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July 3, 2014

Soyuz-2.1b booster with Fregat upper stage, Meteor-M #2 space device and 6 small satellites launch from Baikonur is scheduled for July 8, 19.58, Moscow time.

The specialists are finishing works on preparation Meteor-M #2 satellite and MKA-FKI, SkySat-2, DX1, TechDemoSat-1, UKube-1, AISSAT-2 small space devices for the launch in the integration building of #31 launchpad, – the spokesman reported.

Recently space industry specialists have already integrated all space devices into the space head installed nose fairing and conducted final electrical testing.

Currently space industry joint operational crews are accomplishing general assembling of Soyuz-2.1B booster.

A the same time Yuzhny space centre specialists  started preparing launchpad equipment and facilities for the future launch.

Soyuz-2.1b with meteor-M satellite and six smaller space devices roll-out is planned for July, 5, 05.30, Moscow time.

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