Unite Humanity To Explore Space
Our Mission
National Space Company
Our goal is to unite human efforts for the full-scale presence of a Russian company in the global space industry. Meet the growing needs of mankind in space exploration, the use of useful extraterrestrial resources and the discovery of directions for the colonization of habitable planets.

We firmly believe that the future of mankind is inextricably linked with the study and use of outer space.
Sending payloads to orbit
Scientific research activity
Development of technologies for the search, mining and delivery of minerals to Earth
Manufacture of launch vehicles and spacecraft
Search for habitable planets
2019 1st half year
Opening of the company. Setting up basic processes
Done
The origin of the idea. Formation of goals and objectives
Done
2018
Launch of research projects in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Sciences
Target
2019 2d half year
Company History
1
2
3
2020 1st half year
Obtaining a license for space activities; Aircraft design and launch pad preparation
Target
Sending tourists to a suborbital flight; sending Moon rover to the moon
Target
2021
4
5
2022
Sending payload into orbit
Target
Sending the first tourist crew with a mission to the Moon
Target
2023
6
7
Suborbital / Orbital flight tourist crews
2024
Sending a mission to Mars
Target
2020 2d half year
Launch of an extra lightweight payload carrier rocket
Target
8
9
Maxim Kulikov, СEO, National Space Company LLC

Today the whole world is on the verge of global changes: political, economic, social, natural, anthropogenic and technological. These changes are due to several factors: the exhaustion of natural resources and minerals of our planet; uncontrolled growth of the Earth's population; the introduction of science and production of artificial intelligence and robotics; global warming process; disastrous problems in ecology. What these changes will be is up to our generation.

The foundation for the creation of the "National Space Company" was the firm conviction of our team that the future of mankind is inextricably linked with the active use of outer space. Today our goal is to unite human efforts for the Company's full-scale presence in the global space industry. Every day the need of mankind in the use of useful extraterrestrial resources is growing and will continue to grow, regardless of whether we want it or not. The global changes that occur every day in all key areas of human life in one way or another will force humanity to strive to create the conditions for the active integration of astronautics into the daily lives of people. To do this, we do not need to jump above our head — just enough to raise it!

The National Space Company has set ambitious goals that fulfillment will lead to the fact that participation in space projects will be accessible to everyone. The task pool of the Company is aimed at the promotion and accessibility of space tourism throughout the world; creation of conditions for the search, extraction and delivery to Earth of useful resources located outside its borders; delivery of cargo and crews into orbit; production of launch vehicles and spacecraft; search for habitable planets; research and development work.

The Company plans to launch promising research projects together with the Russian Academy of Sciences; interaction with various organizations involved in the development and implementation of space projects at various levels; obtaining the necessary licenses for space activities. In the future, the National Space Company will focus on larger-scale projects within the framework of a private-public partnership. The first withdrawal of the payload into orbit through the launch of an ultra-light carrier rocket is planned for two years from the date of receipt of the license. Our company plans to send a lunar rover to a satellite of the Earth, to perform a series of studies, and also in the near future to send a mission to Mars.

Currently, in the country, virtually all the burden of promoting and developing space projects lies with the State, however, for the full development of public-private partnership, it is necessary to create a platform, which we are exactly doing. We are confident that by bringing together scientific and technical capabilities, administrative resources, qualified personnel, private funding, open and transparent conduct of business , we will achieve the objectives and create conditions for the return of leading positions in space.

Private astronautics is just beginning its way through hardships to the stars, however, it must be recognized that freedom in setting tasks, finding ways to accomplish them, financial autonomy, the ability to adapt and respond quickly to market changes, new goals and technologies is a property of private space companies, determining their great potential and strength.
On April 12, 1961 the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on the spacecraft Vostok-1 was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome and for the first time an orbital flyby of the planet Earth was made. The flight in near-Earth space lasted 108 minutes.

The world's first spacecraft-satellite with a man on board was launched into Earth orbit.

The launch of the world's first manned spacecraft was led by Sergei Korolev, Anatoly Kirillov and Leonid Voskresensky.

The pilot-cosmonaut of the ship was a citizen of the USSR, pilot Major Yuri Gagarin. The launch of the space multistage rocket was successful and after speeding up and separating from the last stage of the carrier rocket the ship began a free flight in orbit around the Earth. After flying around the globe,lasting 108 minutes after the launch, the braking system was activated and the satellite-spacecraft began to descend from orbit for landing. At 10 hours 55 minutes of Moscow time the astronaut landed in a given area on arable land near the Volga River near the village of Smelovka, Ternovsky district, Saratov region.

April, 12 is the Cosmonautics day in Russia. This holiday was established by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of April 9, 1962 in honor of the world's first manned space flight.

Exactly twenty years after the first manned space flight, on April 12, 1981 the first manned flight of the American Space Shuttle program began.

On April 7, 2011, the UN General Assembly proclaimed April,12 as the International Day of Human Space Flight on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the first step in space exploration, performed by Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. Over 60 member countries of the United Nations co-sponsored this resolution.

The LIGO Observatory, which discovered gravitational waves in September 2015, made its next epochal discovery in August 2017, finding space-time oscillations generated by the merging of two neutron stars, the "burned out" remains of ordinary stars, which have exhausted all hydrogen and helium reserves.

Source: https://ria.ru/20190221/1551205022.html
News
A private space program in Russia to be!
12.02.2019
The National Space Company has set ambitious goals which fulfillment will lead to the fact that participation in space projects will be accessible to everyone.
Further
Cosmonautics Day!
Cosmonautics Day!
On April 12, 1961 the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin on the spacecraft Vostok-1 was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome and for the first time an orbital flyby of the planet Earth was made. The flight in near-Earth space lasted 108 minutes.
Further
Astronomers photographed a new object in the universe
18.01.2019
Combining the power of the largest radio telescopes of the Earth helped astrophysicists to "see" a very thin and hot beam of matter ejected by merged neutron stars.
Further
The NSC team consists of people who work hard together with the scientific community, industry organizations and business representatives to achieve the main goal - the Unification of Mankind for Space Exploration. We are always glad to accept into our team talented specialists who are not indifferent to the development of the space industry and share the goals and objectives set by the Company.
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