June 11, 2014
Categories: Proton, Russia

Investigation of Proton-M booster with Express-AM4R satellite crash was finished, the data was presented to the Russian government, – Roscosmos spokesman reports.

“Interdepartmental Commission finished its work. In accordance with the regulations the conclusions were presented to the government of Russian Federation”, – the spokesman stated.

He also specified that the results may be announced today  by  Vice Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin responsible for Space Exploration and Defense field .

“Dmitry Rogozin may announce the results of investigation on Wednesday”, – the spokesman noted.

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