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 - 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 six 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.
For the first time in space history Glavkosmos deployed 72 small satellites into three different orbits.
Glavkosmos started implementing the launch program for OneWeb satellites. The first six satellites were injected into target orbits.
Glavkosmos becomes the official trademark operator of the State Space Corporation Roscosmos.
The State Space Corporation Roscosmos authorized Glavkosmos to search for "space tourists" - commercial non-professional space flight participants.
Glavkosmos became a co-organizer of the International Space Exploration Conference (Global Space Exploration Conference - GLEX-2021) in St. Petersburg.
Glavkosmos starts offering Russian launch vehicles for dedicated space missions.
The results achieved in 2021 allowed Glavkosmos to enter the top three in the Central Federal District in the nomination of the best major exporters of 2022 in the service sector according to the All-Russian Award "Exporter of the Year".
The first full-length feature film "The Challenge", shot in space, was released; Glavkosmos took part in the creation of the film, providing the main and backup crews with spacesuits and individual equipment.
Glavkosmos organized the launch of 42 small spacecraft from Vostochny: for the cosmodrome the launch set a record for the number of simultaneously launched Russian satellites.