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The new generation carrier rocket Angara-A5 successfully coped with the delivery of the satellite layout to the Kamchatka Peninsula

Today at the Palesetsk cosmodrome, the first test launch of the Angara-A5 heavy-class launch vehicle was carried out from the universal launch complex.

21 minutes after the launch, the model of the "Angara-A5" payload landed on the Kamchatka Peninsula, at a distance of 5700 km from the launch site.

According to the Space Center. Khrunichev, the launch of "Angara-1.2 PP" was successful: the rocket fulfilled its purpose, delivering a mock satellite to the Kamchatka test site.

Angara-A5 is a new generation Russian launch vehicle, which is one of the most heavy-lifting of this family of launch vehicles. The launch weight is 773 tons, the payload is from 3 to 7,5 tons.

Photo from the site www.arms-expo.ru

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