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July 10, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Kazakhstan stood its ground in an acrimonious dispute with Moscow, maintaining a ban on all space launches from its Baikonur Cosmodrome after the crash this week of a Russian Proton rocket. Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Pavlov told a news briefing in the capital, Astana, that the ban will remain in place until a commission has established the exact reasons for the Monday accident and assessed the damage. Kazakhstan is demanding compensation.
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July 10, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Kazakhstan stood its ground in an acrimonious dispute with Moscow, maintaining a ban on all space launches from its Baikonur Cosmodrome after the crash this week of a Russian Proton rocket. Kazakh Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Pavlov told a news briefing in the capital, Astana, that the ban will remain in place until a commission has established the exact reasons for the Monday accident and assessed the damage. Kazakhstan is demanding compensation.
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March 26, 1992 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sometime in the 1920s, futurist Yevgeny I. Zamyatin put his vision down on paper: On a vacant lot somewhere in the new Soviet state then being built, there would be two small shops, one selling sausage, the other tickets to Mars. For more than three generations, the Russian writer's brash dream seemed quite logical.
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March 26, 1992 | JOHN-THOR DAHLBURG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sometime in the 1920s, futurist Yevgeny I. Zamyatin put his vision down on paper: On a vacant lot somewhere in the new Soviet state then being built, there would be two small shops, one selling sausage, the other tickets to Mars. For more than three generations, the Russian writer's brash dream seemed quite logical.
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