June 1, 2020
Categories: Moon, Roscosmos, Russia, Space

Roscosmos plans to test two new rockets in 2020, reports State Corporation press office Head Vladimir Ustimenko.

“This year we are going to test two new rockets and the next year will resume our Moon program. It’s gonna be fascinating”, – as Ustimenko wrote in his Twitter. However he doesn’t specify what rockets he refers to.

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