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July 12, 2019
Categories: Proton

The preparation for the launch of the “Proton-M” space rocket with a upper stage “DM-03″ and the “Spectrum-RG” spacecraft and the elimination of identified deviations in the launch vehicle will continue until the meeting of the State Commission on July 12.

The State Commission will take a final decision to perform the launch or to transfer it to the backup date.

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