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Armenian contributions to space study/rocketry

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    This story was too long to copy/paste so here is the link.
    Hayastan or Bust.

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    Re: Armenian contributions to space study/rocketry


    17:49 * 10.03.14

    Plans for developing cooperation in space research were discussed on
    Monday at a meeting between the secretary of the National Security
    Council and a working group from the Russian Space Agency.

    Receiving a working group headed by Oleg Ostapenko, the head of
    the Russian Federal Space agency, Artur Baghdasaryan said that they
    had previously worked with Russian partners in the frameworks of a
    2012-2013 cooperation program between the two countries' National
    Security Councils.

    Baghdasaryan said that Armenia's big scientific potential may
    contribute to the development of future space research, inventions
    and branch manufacturing. He told the guests that several enterprises
    in Armenia can supply Russian companies with radio-electric devices
    used in space manufacturing.

    Considering the cooperation potentials effective, the working group
    expressed a willingness to expand the cooperation with Armenian
    companies in the near future.

    The working group is also planning meetings with the heads of Byruakan
    Observatory, the Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of Ashtarak
    (Aragatsotn region) and other scientific-research institutions of
    the National Academy of Sciences.

    Secretary of the National Security Council Artur Baghdasaryan said that Armenia’s big scientific potential may contribute to the development of future space research, inventions ...
    Hayastan or Bust.


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      Re: Armenian contributions to space study/rocketry


      July 1, 2015 - 16:55 AMT

      PanARMENIAN.Net - The International Astronomical Union ruled to declare
      Armenia's Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory a regional center of
      astronomy, Armenian media reports.

      Following the ruling, Armenia's National Academy of Sciences, which
      owns and operates the observatory, plans to draft a strategic plan
      for the observatory located on the slopes of Mt. Aragats.

      The only observatory on the territory of Armenia, the institution has
      also been included in an interstate innovation cooperation program
      for the Commonwealth of Independent States.
      Hayastan or Bust.