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Proton-M/TurkSat-4A Launch Preparation Continuing. / January 20, 2014 /

At the Baikonur Cosmodrome, the launch processing of the Proton-M rocket with the Breeze-M upper stage designed to place the TurkSat-4A telecommunication spacecraft into the target orbit is still in progress.
On January 20, the foreign specialists are conducting the autonomous tests of TurkSat in the assembly & test building, Pad 92A-50.
Simultaneously, the Russian rocket industry’s specialists are joining the Proton-M first stage to the package of the second and third stages in the next room.
Today, the Breeze-M upper stage will be transported to the fuelling station to fill high-pressure tanks with the propellant components.
The launch of Proton-M/Breeze-M/TurkSat-4A is scheduled for mid-February 2014.

ROSCOSMOS Press Service

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