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June 30, 2014

Angara-1.2 PP booster first test launch scheduled for 27 June, 2014 was shifted by 1 day out of technical reasons.

But then it was reported by Khrunichev centre specialists that Angara is not going to be launched on June 28 either.

The booster was  demounted from the launching pad. And transferred to the technical position where it will be thoroughly analyzed. New launch date will be announced when all the faults are eliminated.

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