October 23, 2020

Soyuz-2 booster with latest Glonass-K navigational satellite was rolled out from the integration and assembly building of Plesetsk launchsite for the launch planned for October 25, – Reshetnev Informational satellite systems company representative reported.

In September Company Director General Nikolay Testoyedov reported that the launch is planned for October 16. Later it was announced that the launch is shifted to October 25.

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