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First Launch of Proton with Enlarged Nose Cone is Scheduled for 2020
13.03.2017 13:45
First Launch of Proton with Enlarged Nose Cone is Scheduled for 2020

Such a nose fairing will make it possible to launch a large-size satellite or two spacecrafts at a time.

      "Launches of commercial spacecrafts with the carrier rockets Proton-M and Proton Medium with the nose cone of five-meter diameter will become possible from the beginning of 2020", - the rockets producer, namely the Khrunichev Space Center reports.

      The enlarged nose fairing will make it possible for Proton to launch a large-size satellite or two spacecrafts at a time. Moreover, it will enable experts to launch several satellites together into low orbits.

       


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Proton Spacecrafts    

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