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In the Khabarovsk Territory will develop ecomonitoring zones of falling parts of missiles

Environmental monitoring of the crash sites of parts of carrier rockets launched from the Vostochny cosmodrome will be developed in the Khabarovsk Territory, the regional government reports.

An agreement will be concluded between the government of the Khabarovsk Territory and Roscosmos, providing for the establishment of fire and chemical stations in the villages of De-Kastri and Chegdomyn to extinguish possible fires, as well as payments in case of damage. Four regions have been identified in the region where parts of the Soyuz-2 rocket will fall. These are the Tuguro-Chumikansky District, the Verkhnebureinsky District, the Ulchi District and the Ayano-May District. Basically, it is hard to reach places in which there is practically no population.

It is assumed that residents will be warned about the upcoming launch of missiles, and a special service will be utilizing the fragments. The first launch from the launch site is scheduled for March 2015. However, the discharge of the spent parts into the territory of the region is planned from 2016 year, when the second launch will take place.

The authorities note that Soyuz-2 rockets will be launched from the cosmodrome, fueled by kerosene and liquid oxygen. Roscosmos promises that there are no sources of radiation on the launch vehicles, so only local contamination with kerosene is possible if the fuel is scattered no more than 15 meters from the place where the stage fell.

Now in charge of "Roskosmos" 152 area of ​​the fall of parts of missiles and launch vehicles in Russia and Kazakhstan.

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