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At the Vostochny Spaceport, installation of cranes for testing missiles began while preparing them for launch into space.
Today, the installation of two bridge 50-ton cranes has begun at the facility of the technical complex of the Vostochny cosmodrome in the assembly and test building of the spacecraft (MIC KA). The cranes are designed for servicing, refueling and conducting test trials of modules and upper stages of rockets in preparation for their launch into space, the press service of Spetsstroy of Russia reports.
Bridge cranes are equipped with a special micro-speed mode, which allows to transport spacecraft weighing from 10 to 50 tons with high accuracy and to install them on test benches. High-tech equipment was produced in St. Petersburg.
Further work will continue on the device of power floors in the assembly hall and its interior decoration.
According to the state contract, the full completion of the construction of the assembly and test body of the spacecraft is scheduled for July 2015. However, their current progress and the pace gained by the builders make it possible to expect that the object will be prepared for transfer to the customer ahead of time, the press service of Spetsstroy of Russia writes.