With aging spacecraft, Russia may fall behind in space race, experts say

Some Russian space experts fear the country will fall behind in the space race. They note Russia must replace its Soyuz spacecraft, which has anchored the space program for 40 years, but the government has been slow to designate funds for next-generation spacecraft.

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