March 30, 2016

For the last 10 years Roscosmos has launched 128 space devices, – was reported at official presentation held in corporation.

Corporations states that there was 32 telecommunication and broadcasting satellites, 8 Earth remote sensing satellites and 1 satellite for fundamental research.

Roscosmos also plans to develop new booster by 2025.

Phoenix medium booster is to be developed by 2025, as was specified in new federal Space Program.

“We plan to complete development by 2025, – said Komarov, – we need to speed up this project”.

According to him by the end of the year Roscosmos will report the President on the state of this project.

Earlier Vice President Dmitry Rogozin pointed out that Phoenix can be used as 1st stage for superheavy booster that is being developed.

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