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"Angara" made its flight

Russian President Vladimir Putin was informed about the successful launch of the latest Angara-9PP rocket from the Plesetsk cosmodrome on July 1.2, the Kremlin press service reported. The head of state emphasized that for the first time in many years, a new universal launch vehicle was created, capable of launching cargo weighing from 1,5 to 35 tons into orbit in various configurations.

The flight went along the established trajectory over the territory of the Russian Federation, in 16: 21 the overall mass payload layout, together with the second stage of the rocket, separated and hit the area of ​​the Kura test site on the Kamchatka Peninsula, reports the Ministry of Defense.

Initially, the launch was scheduled for 27 June, but then an automatic system for the cancellation of the launch was triggered. The launch was postponed to 1 day, but was also canceled due to a leaky valve in the drainage tank of liquid oxygen. 

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