September 11, 2013

The first after July crash Proton booster launch is planned for the second half of September, but the date is still not set, – Roscosmos Head Vladimir Popovkin told the journalists on Wednesday.

“According to preliminary data it will be the second half of September. I wouldn’t’ say anything about the date as we have a certain agreement with Kazakh party, we have to eliminate all contradictions with Kazakhstan concerning this launch. Roscosmos is working on it right now”, – Popovkin said.

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