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Serial production of rockets "Angara" mapped out at 2014.. / March 23, 2011 /

Serial production of the new Russian launch vehicles, Angara is scheduled to begin in 2013-2014. These terms are listed in the press service of the Government of Omsk Region, with reference to the chief designer of Khrunichev Khrunichev Gennady Kleimenova that on March 22 met with the governor of the Omsk region Leonid Polezhayev.

The assembly of missiles will be manufactured at the Omsk manufacturing association «Flight», which is a branch of Khrunichev Khrunichev. «Today, the flight had already moved from the manufacturing of individual parts and assembly units for the production of sections, tomorrow turn to the tanks, the next day — to build missile units, and a few years — to build rockets as a whole», — said the branding.

The report states that at the Plesetsk cosmodrome in the Arkhangelsk region completes the construction of a universal launch pad for launch vehicles, Angara. First launch is scheduled for 2013. It is also noted that the Omsk plant will participate in the program Baiterek to establish at the Baikonur Cosmodrome clean space rocket complex, designed including the launch of Angara.

The family of launch vehicles, Angara rocket includes both light and heavy classes, designed for output loads into orbit. Their capacity will vary from 1,5 to 25 tons.

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