A group of Russian schoolchildren are having a summer vacation with a difference at the “space camp” of Star City, the country’s cosmonaut training centre, which hopes to inspire the youths to become future explorers.
The National DNA database in the UK currently holds information on five percent of the population, proportionally ten times bigger than its US equivalent, and there are no signs of it being discontinued any time soon.
Russia's prominent cosmonaut, first man to walk in space, Aleksey Leonov strongly rejects claims that Americans made up their moon mission and shares with RT his memories of Neil Armstrong walking on the lunar surface.
When Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the Moon forty years ago, the US took a decisive lead in the space race against the USSR. But decades after, Soviet space engines are selling in the US.
A directive damned by defects is enabling organized criminals illegally to export hazardous waste, jeopardizing the health of the environment and humans. RT exposes the sinister side of Britain’s waste…