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Soyuz will be launched from Vostochny Cosmodrome in the spring of 2020

Soyuz will be launched from Vostochny Cosmodrome in the spring of 2020
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The head of Roscosmos announced the date of the first launch in 2020 from the Vostochny spaceport. It is scheduled for April. Moreover, as Dmitry Rogozin noted, not the Angara, but the Soyuz rocket will fly.

According to Interfax, next year, five launches are planned from the cosmodrome. The very first Soyuz rocket will fly into space. "Hangar" should be launched in 2023 year. According to the forecasts of the head of the department, by August they should plan the completion of autonomous and complex tests and launch.

It was previously reported that the construction of the second phase of the East should finish ahead of schedule. In early September, the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin visited the spaceport and demanded to finish the work on the launch complex for the superheavy class launch vehicle on time.