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The rocket "Proton" exported to the launch facility.. / February 9, 2010 /

Work for the preparation of launch space rocket Proton-M with the «Breeze-M» booster and Intelsat-16 maintained at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, entered its final stage.

Yesterday at the launch site held export Proton launch complex at 200 sites. Transportation from the technical gas station platform 92A-50 to the launch complex area 200 started at 3.30 am Moscow time. By 6 o’clock Moscow time. delivered to the rocket launch site. After installing the missiles in a vertical position it was brought to the unit of service.

Now Launch Complex site 200 are working on schedule the first start of the day.

Start space rocket «Proton-M upper stage with» Breeze-M "and spacecraft Intelsat-16» (Intelsat 16) is scheduled for 3 hours 39 minutes Moscow time on February 12, 2010.

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