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Russia successfully tests Proton replacement

Submit on Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014 22:59

Rocket: Angara A5.1 L/Briz M; Payload: dummy mass; Date: 23 December, 0557 UTC; Launch site: Plesetsk, Russia. In this first flight test of the newest Russian heavy-lift launch vehicle, a satellite mockup was successfully brought into geostationary orbit (but was, as per plan, not deployed).

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