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Rosatom estimates restoration of Sea Launch at 84 billion rubles

Rosatom estimates restoration of Sea Launch at 84 billion rubles
Photo: s7space.ru

The restoration of the Sea Launch complex will require 84 billion rubles. This exceeds the cost of his purchase by the S7 group in 2016 by almost eight times.

As calculated by Rosatom, taking into account projected inflation, the volume of investments will amount to 91 billion rubles. As reported RIA Newsfor what purposes investments are required is not specified, however, it is known that Sea Launch does not have a rocket and coastal infrastructure equipped for functioning for the assembly and testing of rockets and spacecraft.

Earlier media reported that Rosatom was considering the possibility of acquiring a complex recently owned by the S7 group of companies that was relocated from the USA to the Far East. At Rosatom, the purchase is considered inappropriate to purchase because of the lack of such a need, high competition in the market of launch services and a number of other reasons.

Recently, the Sea Launch project after relocation from the USA to Primorye froze... S7 does not have the opportunity to do it. Moreover, the company included in the register of residents of the free port of Vladivostokso that she can provide comprehensive services for the maintenance, maintenance and repair of ships of the space-rocket complex.

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