rockotlaunch
October 9, 2013

The next launch of “Rokot” will take place on November 14, 2013 from Plesetsk Spaceport Ministry of Defense press office management representative for Aerospace Defense Troops colonel Dmitriy Zenin reports.

Earlier the spokesman for space industry told that “Rokot” light booster with European space devices Swarm will take place from Plesetsk Spaceport on November 14.

“Many lieutenants (military universities graduates) will take active part in “Rokot” launch this year”, – Zenin reports.

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