Dmitry Rogozin, director of Russia's Roscosmos space agency, shared footage of a large crater created by one of Russia's new Sarmat nuclear-capable missiles.
Kelly, a former astronaut, and retired army officer Mark Hertling published Twitter threads detailing weaknesses of the T-72 battle tank.
As Russia's space agency has become isolated due to global backlash over Ukraine, Kelly said he doubts the U.S. will ever work with them again under Putin.
Kelly told Newsweek some of his former colleagues believe the invasion of Ukraine was to "prevent Nazis and NATO from destroying Russia."
The "Communist Manifesto" author's name donned a study room at the University of Florida since 2014, but officials said world events led to the name's removal.
Kelly, a former NASA astronaut, said he will keep sharing "accurate news" about the war in Ukraine with his Russian followers.
Rogozin, director general of Roscosmos, blocked Kelly after apparently calling him a "moron" as Russia's space program becomes increasingly isolated.
Kelly hit out at the Roscosmos director after he shared footage of foreign flags being stripped from a Russian rocket.
A video clip of NASA astronaut Scott Kelly chasing a fellow ISS crew member as part of birthday shenanigans has gone viral this week.
The photo used in the ad shows retired astronaut Scott Kelly, not Mark Kelly, the Democrat leading McSally in polls.
Scott and Mark Kelly attended Pleasantdale Elementary School in their New Jersey hometown.
The astronaut is about to come back to Earth after spending 340 consecutive days in space along with Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko.
The astronaut is scheduled to host a two-hour program Thursday at 5 p.m. ET.
NASA are again proving why being an astronaut is amazing
A new crew is en route to the ISS. NASA TV has coverage of the docking and hatch opening.
One crew returns from the ISS after 141 days in space as another prepares to launch on Tuesday.
Several ammonia leaks and minor system failures with the space station's cooling have occurred over the past five years.
This feast is the first of its kind.
Videos, tweets and a Google doodle honor the historic moment in space exploration.
Scott Kelly's time on the ISS will prepare us for our deepest space explorations yet.