The Khrunichev State Space Research Centre and the Space Communications company will renew the Russian satellite group in space. Experts of these two well-known Russian space centres will tell reporters about the details of this programme on Monday in Moscow. As the Khrunichev Centre reported yesterday, the experts of these centres had signed an appropriate agreement on their strategic cooperation. This agreement provides, in particular, for close cooperation of the companies in implementing the Programme for Renewing the Russian Satellite Group on the basis of Russian space apparatus on the unified space platform Yakhta and rocket carriers which are being made at the Khrunichev Centre: Rokot, Angara-1.2 and Angara-A5.
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