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Baikonur work began on the first launch day plan. / November 1, 2011 /

October 31 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome made ​​exports to the launch complex area 81 space rocket (ILV) «Proton-M» with the upper stage «Breeze-M» and a cluster of three navigation satellites «Glonass-M".

After completion of operations verticalization ILV and summing to it the unit of service, starting businesses and organizations calculations of rocket-space industry began work as scheduled the first launch day.

Launch of three satellites «Glonass-M" is scheduled for November 3.

Press Service of the Russian Space Agency


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