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The special brigades are deployed in the areas of the possible fall of the "Union-2.1b" steps

Three groups of the Center for the operation of ground-based space infrastructure facilities (TsENKI Roskosmos) operate in areas of the alleged fall of the detachable parts of the Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle in the Amur Region and Yakutia, Roskosmos said in a statement on Tuesday. The planned launch from the Vostochny cosmodrome in the Amur region of the Soyuz-2.1b rocket with the Meteor-M hydrometeorological satellite No.2-1 is scheduled for 14.41 local time (08.41 Moscow time) on Tuesday.

Reportedly, the brigades to support the operation of the areas of the fall launched base camps, installed radar observation groups. One group is located on the border of Tyndinsky and Zeysky districts of the Amur region, this territory receives side blocks, the second group has set up camp in the Aldan district of Yakutia, this area accepts the valves of the head fairing. Another group of TsENKI works in the Vilyui district of Yakutia, where a fragment of the central block may fall.

After launch, experts will conduct post-launch and environmental surveys of areas, search and evacuation of detachable parts.
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