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Proton-M: Works According to the First Launch Day Schedule Began at Baikonur. / July 1, 2013 /

On 28 June at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, the Proton-M rocket with DM-03 upper stage and cluster of three Glonass-M spacecraft was rolled out to Site 81 of launching complex. The decision on transportation was made at the Technical Management and State Commission meeting held the day before.

In accordance with the preparation schedule, the Proton-M rocket was transported from the assembly-and-test building, Site 92А-50 to the launching complex; the Baikonur Cosmodrome specialists started its installation to the launching device and their work according to the first launch day schedule.

The Proton-M with DM-03 upper stage and three Russian Glonass-M navigation spacecraft is scheduled for launch on 2 July.


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