The Ministry of General Machine Building of the USSR issued an order to form the Main Department for the creation and use of space technology for the national economy and scientific research, later transformed into Glavkosmos of the USSR.
Glavkosmos started coordinating international human spaceflight projects under contracts with Interkosmos: cosmonauts flew to the Mir space station.
Glavkosmos signed a contract for developing and delivering a consignment of cryogenic oxygen-hydrogen steps for the Indian GSLV rocket.
Glavkosmos became the main contract integrator for the Russian space companies involved in the Russian-European program "Soyuz at the Guiana Space Center".
First launch of the Soyuz-2 launch vehicle with eight satellites (the USA, the UK, Norway and Russia) as a secondary payload.
Glavkosmos became an official distributor of the Earth observation data from the Resurs-P and Kanopus-V satellite constellations.
Glavkosmos became the main subcontractor to provide the launch services for OneWeb program.
Glavkosmos became the operator of the commercial Soyuz-2 launches from the spaceports of Vostochny, Baikonur and Plesetsk.
Glavkosmos established GK Launch Services, JSC, a subsidiary company - operator of commercial launches of the Soyuz-2 family LVs.
For the first time in space history Glavkosmos deploys 72 small satellites into three different orbits.
Glavkosmos starts implementation of the launch services for OneWeb satellites program. The first six satellites were put into their orbits.