Roscosmos eyes joint projects with India, China - report

India is likely to become a major GLONASS partner.

India is likely to become a major GLONASS partner.

Sergei Pyatakov / RIA Novosti
GLONASS adjusting stations to be deployed in India.

Russian State Corporation Roscosmos is considering joint space projects with India and China, including on manned programs, Roscosmos head Igor Komarov told the Izvestia daily on July 3.

“We maintain constant contact with Indian partners. Now we are agreeing to deploy GLONASS adjusting stations in India. Besides, they had requests connected with the possibility of participation in our moon programs,” Komarov said.

With China, he said, the issue of exchanging data from remote Earth sensing satellites to address emergency situations is being discussed.

First published by TASS

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