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January 15, 2016

Proton booster will be launched for European Space Agency needs according to EDRS program from Baikonur spaceport on January 27, 2016, – ESA Head Johann-Dietrich Wörner reported on Friday.

“The launch of Proton booster from Baikonur spaceport in the framework of European ERDS program is plammed for January 27, 2016”, – Wörner told in the course of press-conference.

He also remarked that the launch of Rokot booster with European Sentinel-3A satellite will take place from Plesetsk spaceport on February 4.

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