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The launching of the rocket-carrier Proton-M will be possible to watch live on the net

The launching of the rocket-carrier Proton-M will be possible to watch live on the Internet.

As the Khrunichev State Space Research and Industrial Center reported, the launching of the rocket will be broadcast on the site of the Center (www.khrunichev.ru).

The live video broadcasting of the coming launching will start 1:45, Moscow time, on December 30. The launching itself has been planned for two o'clock, sixteen minutes and forty seconds, Moscow time, from the 24th launcher of the 81st launching pad at the 5th state test cosmodrome of Baikonur.

Made by the Khrunichev State Space Research and Industrial Center, the rocket carrier Proton-M with the Briz-M acceleration unit will have to put in orbit the Canadian Nimiq-2 telecommunication satellite. The launching will be carried out by a crew of the Space Forces of Russia.

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