Glavkosmos USSR was established as a division of the Ministry of Engineering of the USSR.
Glavkosmos started coordination of international manned spaceflight projects (together with InterCosmos) - first Syrian cosmonaut flew to the Mir space station on Soyuz TM-3.
Glavkosmos signed the contract for developing and delivering a consignment of cryogenic oxygen-hydrogen steps for GSLV rocket.
Glavkosmos became a chief contract integrator for all the Russian companies involved in the Russia-Europe program “Soyuz at the Guiana Space Center”.
First Soyuz-2 secondary payload launch (8 satellites from USA, UK, Norway and Russia).
Glavkosmos got the status of an official distributor provider of Earth observation data from the Resurs-P and Kanopus-V Russian satellite constellations. Glavkosmos became prime subcontractor for launch services for OneWeb program.
Glavkosmos got the status of a commercial operator of Soyuz 2 launches from Vostochny, Baikonur, and Plesetsk Space Centers.
Glavkosmos established daughter company - the operator of commercial launches of Soyuz-2 family launch vehicles - GK Launch Services.
For the first time in space history Glavkosmos deploys 72 small satellites into three different orbits.
Glavkosmos starts implementation of OneWeb satellites launch program.