- Spektr-R, Russia's Only Space Radio Telescope, Stops Responding to Commands Gizmodo
- Russia loses communication with only orbiting space telescope Euronews English
- Spektr-R: Russia’s space agency loses control of its only orbiting telescope Evening Standard
- Spektr-R: Russia's only space telescope 'not responding' BBC News
- Russian specialists working to fix problems with Spektr-R space radio telescope TASS
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Russia’s only orbiting space radio telescope, Spektr-R (RadioAstron), has stopped responding to the spacecraft’s control staff, the BBC reported Saturday, though Astro Space Centre chief Nikolai Kardashev told the BBC that it is still transmitting scientific data.
Spektr-R satellite is continuing to transmit signals, but scientists have been unable to control the satellite since Friday
Russia’s space agency says it is unable to control its only radio telescope. The Spektr-R satellite is continuing to transmit signals, but scientists have been unable to control it since Friday. Rocosmos says its specialists are attempting to fix the issue. Alexander Bloshenko, an official at the agency, said that another attempt to establish control will take place on
Spektr-R has stopped receiving commands from Earth, Russian astrophysicists say.
Beginning with January 10, problems emerged in the operation of the service systems that currently make it impossible to tackle a targeted task