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What's the status and timeline for Millimetron? (Russia's 10m Deployable Antenna cooled to 6 K Earth-Space VLBI)

Comments below an answer to How does NASA's ASTHROS stratospheric telescope compare to its James Webb space telescope? link to JPL's Paul F. Goldsmith's The Renaissance of High Resolution ...
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What novel technologies did DARE ditch in order to get NASA support?

Business Insider's NASA patented a faster, cheaper route to the moon. The first spacecraft to use it could make Nobel Prize-winning discoveries about the universe. includes a section titled 2 Nobel ...
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Has VLBI been done using any space-based receivers besides Spektr-R?

As discussed in Infrared space interferometry - Why isn't it being done? the space-based radiotelescope Spektr-R has been used in Very Long Baseline Interferometry or VLBI. See also What are Spectr-R'...
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How is Spektr-R doing these days?

Under the question What are Spectr-R's major contributions to radio astronomy that could not have been done from Earth? there is a new comment that points (again) to the BBC News article Spektr-R: ...
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What are Spectr-R's major contributions to radio astronomy that could not have been done from Earth?

R. I. P. Spektr-R Spektr-R Spektr-R (37755, 2011-037A) is a Russian radiotelescope spacecraft in a very high orbit around the Earth. It's orbit is cis-lunar with ...