March 11, 2020
Categories: Khrunichev, Proton

Khrunichev Space Center (part of Roscosmos) postponed the launch of the “Proton-M” launch vehicle, which was scheduled to take place in March.

A technical problem was discovered in the rocket.

The launch due to defective bolts in the internal hardware was postponed to May 2020.

The launch vehicle was supposed to launch two “Express” satellites into space.

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