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Date: 6 days ago   Category: Russia

Roskosmos will suspend start-up of carrier rockets and will shift starts of "Progress"


Roskosmos will suspend start-up of carrier rockets and will shift starts of "Progress"
Will not define a carrier rocket cause of accident "Union-FG" yet, the executive director of Roskosmos Sergey Krikalev reported. According to him, the state corporation on space branch will transfer launch of the Progress freighters to the ISS. "Progress" was planned to be started to the International Space Station on October 31. Launch of the following spaceship of "Union" which was planned for December 20 will be accelerated on the contrary. The state commission on investigation of an emergency situation "Union-FG" and the piloted Union of MS-10 ship under the leadership of the CEO of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin got with the carrier rocket to work on Baikonur - https://t.co/7PI2RLC6at pic.twitter.com/KS7tg0mSvS — ROSKOSMOS (@roscosmos) on October 11, 2018. On Friday, October 12, the Tu-134 plane with the Russian astronaut Alexey Ovchinin and the American astronaut Nick Haig landed in airfield Chkalovsky. The head of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin noted that Ovchinin and Haig will fly to the ISS in 2019. We returned to Star. Children will surely depart. We plan their flight for spring of the next year. pic.twitter.com/vmEu86Sntd — Dmitry Rogozin (@Rogozin) on October 12, 2018
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