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The first launch of the rocket from the Vostochny cosmodrome at the end of December will not take place on 2015.

Vladimir Putin personally decided to postpone the first launch from the cosmodrome for the spring of 2016. At the contractors who have tightened the construction there is a chance to have time to finish work for the Day of Astronautics

The first launch of the rocket from the Vostochny cosmodrome at the end of December will not take place on 2015.
Scheduled, as already reported by IA "EastRussia", at the end of 2015 year from the cosmodrome "Vostochny" Rocket launch Soyuz-2-1А space mission with the Volga launch unit and the Russian satellites Lomonosov and Aist-2d was moved from the end of December 2015 to the spring 2016.

The head of state postponed the first launch from the Vostochny space center from December of this year to 2016 year. The President asked to “tune in the spring”, and added that it would be good to have time for the Day of Cosmonautics, RBC reports

The first launch from Vostochny Cosmodrome will not take place in December 2015 of the year as planned. At the meeting, which Vladimir Putin Conducts at the cosmodrome, the president announced that the launch should be postponed until spring. According to him, in the space industry avraly unacceptable, so you need to finish all construction and commissioning, according to RBC.

According to the plan, the first launch was supposed to go 25 December of this year. In April of this year, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin and head of Roscosmos Igor Komarov, who oversee the construction, stated at the meeting with Putin that the launch will take place in December. However, after that, officials acknowledged that the preparation of the cosmodrome was delayed.

At the meeting, which takes place in the administrative complex of the cosmodrome, Rogozin said that the builders are ready to provide the first launch before the end of the year, but referred to international experience, which shows that testing requires more than 5,5 months before launch. And the cold does not contribute to the work, Rogozin lamented.