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The assembly of the Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle package was completed at the Vostochny Space Center

The Roskosmos enterprises completed the assembly of the Soyuz-2.1b rocket launcher at the Vostochny cosmodrome, which will launch the Meteor-M satellite into orbit at the end of November, the press service of the Center for Ground-Based Space Infrastructure Operations (CENRC Roscosmos) reported.

It is reported that this type of carrier rockets on the East meets for the first time. The package includes two stages of the rocket, and these are six blocks: two central and four side. The next stage of the work - conducting pneumatic tests of propulsion systems, electrical tests and final operations - a general assembly of a space rocket. Operations to assemble the space head are planned to begin after 14 November. The preparation of the "Meteor-M" apparatus No.2-1, which is the main payload for the second launch, is already underway. The Baumanets spacecraft and small satellites are also being tested. The supplies of rocket fuel components continue.

As reported, this year two launches are planned for Vostochniy. The second is scheduled for December, when the Soyuz-2.1a launch vehicle is to put the Earth remote sensing and emergency monitoring satellite Kanopus-B into orbit.
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