The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March

© Photo : courtesy of shvabe holding the carrier Rocket of heavy class Angara. Archive photoThe second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : Provided by the holding «Schwabe»

The second booster heavy class «Angara» is ready and in February-March will be delivered to the launch site, said the head of the Center Khrunichev Alex Morocco reporters at the air show «MAKS-2017».

«The second flight ready to go and 25-go numbers for parts shipped from the Omsk branch of «Flight» in Moscow. It will pass the test. In Omsk now is a full-scale production of the third and fourth cars. The second machine will be delivered to Baikonur in February-the month of March,» said Marocco.

Which spaceport will bring the rocket was not specified, but the initial setup under «the Hangar» is now only at Plesetsk.

Space news in pictures, June 2017© NASA / JPL-Caltech/Space Science InstituteЗонд Cassini got the last photos of summer in the Northern hemisphere of Titan. The photographs clearly visible bright white clouds in the atmosphere of the most «earth-like» moon of Saturn and shiny dark lakes of hydrocarbons on its pole.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© NASA / JPL-Caltech/Space Science InstituteЗонд Cassini got the last photos of summer in the Northern hemisphere of Titan. The photographs clearly visible bright white clouds in the atmosphere of the most «earth-like» moon of Saturn and shiny dark lakes of hydrocarbons on its pole.© NASA / JPL-Caltech/ Space Science InstituteЗонду «Cassini» managed to obtain images of Saturn at the moment of sunrise, the rays which have just begun to illuminate the rings of a giant planet and the tops of the clouds.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© NASA / JPL-Caltech/ Space Science InstituteЗонду «Cassini» managed to obtain images of Saturn at the moment of sunrise, the rays which have just begun to illuminate the rings of a giant planet and the tops of the clouds.© R. Friesen, Dunlap Institute; J. Pineda, MPIP; GBO/AUI/NSFАстрономы received new photos of the Central part of the Orion nebula, the largest star nurseries in the Galaxy, and found them inside a giant cloud of ammonia is about 50 light-years, similar in shape to the curved sword.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© R. Friesen, Dunlap Institute; J. Pineda, MPIP; GBO/AUI/NSFАстрономы received new photos of the Central part of the Orion nebula, the largest star nurseries in the Galaxy, and found them inside a giant cloud of ammonia is about 50 light-years, similar in shape to the curved sword.© Photo : Roscosmos crew of Soyuz MS-03 Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky (pictured) and astronaut Thomas Sands Jun 2, passed from the International space station in the spacecraft «Soyuz MS-03» in order to return to earth.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : Roscosmos crew of Soyuz MS-03 Roscosmos cosmonaut Oleg Novitsky (pictured) and astronaut Thomas Sands Jun 2, passed from the International space station in the spacecraft «Soyuz MS-03» in order to return to earth.© NASA / JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán DoranНАСА laid out in open access the South polar region of Jupiter taken by the Juno probe at a distance of about 47 thousand kilometers from the gas giant. The photo shows the so-called «string of pearls» — a series of hurricanes in the form of ovals of white.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© NASA / JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán DoranНАСА laid out in open access the South polar region of Jupiter taken by the Juno probe at a distance of about 47 thousand kilometers from the gas giant. The photo shows the so-called «string of pearls» — a series of hurricanes in the form of ovals of white.© ESO/VSTЕвропейская southern Observatory presented the three nebulae in the same field. The photo was obtained with the telescope VST. On the right is noticeably weak glowing gas cloud Sharpless 2-54 in the center — the eagle Nebula and to the left is the omega Nebula. This cosmic trio is part of a huge gas and dust complex, which illuminate from the inside, is born a new star.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© ESO/VSTЕвропейская southern Observatory presented the three nebulae in the same field. The photo was obtained with the telescope VST. On the right is noticeably weak glowing gas cloud Sharpless 2-54 in the center — the eagle Nebula and to the left is the omega Nebula. This cosmic trio is part of a huge gas and dust complex, which illuminate from the inside, is born a new star.© LIGO/Caltech/MIT/Sonoma State (Aurore Simonnet)Gravitational LIGO detector recorded the tracks of the unusual merging pairs of black holes. This discovery pointed to the possibility of merging black holes in a pair of a long time after their formation and confirmed the theory of relativity.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© LIGO/Caltech/MIT/Sonoma State (Aurore Simonnet)Gravitational LIGO detector recorded the tracks of the unusual merging pairs of black holes. This discovery pointed to the possibility of merging black holes in a pair of a long time after their formation and confirmed the theory of relativity.© NASA / JPL/University of ArizonaКамера HiRISE aboard the probe MRO took photos of the unusual «frothy» rocks formed on Mars. Bluish basalt dunes on top like the ocean, rests on the «shoreline» of rocks of a different breed.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© NASA / JPL/University of ArizonaКамера HiRISE aboard the probe MRO took photos of the unusual «frothy» rocks formed on Mars. Bluish basalt dunes on top like the ocean, rests on the «shoreline» of rocks of a different breed.© Eueuropean probe-«Stargazer» GAIA and artificial intelligence has enabled researchers to access the fastest stars of the galaxy and found six bodies, which will soon leave the milky Way. The picture shows the simulated possible trajectory of the stars, «cascading» of the milky Way.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Eueuropean probe-«Stargazer» GAIA and artificial intelligence has enabled researchers to access the fastest stars of the galaxy and found six bodies, which will soon leave the milky Way. The picture shows the simulated possible trajectory of the stars, «cascading» of the milky Way.© NASA/CXC/Univ. of Crete/K. Anastasopoulou et al, NASA/NuSTAR/GSFC/A. Ptak et al; Optical: NASA/Testalso Chandra took the system Arp 299, located at a distance of about 140 million light years from Earth. It contains two galaxies, which merge to form the regions containing a star for each.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© NASA/CXC/Univ. of Crete/K. Anastasopoulou et al, NASA/NuSTAR/GSFC/A. Ptak et al; Optical: NASA/Testalso Chandra took the system Arp 299, located at a distance of about 140 million light years from Earth. It contains two galaxies, which merge to form the regions containing a star for each.© Photo : ESA/Hubble, NASA, HST Frontier FieldsУченые found that the largest galaxies in the Universe formed a «chain» with their neighbors and line up in a line for ten billion years ago. «Now we are seeing even more dull and distant galaxies in the hope to understand whether this is an unusual property for the more distant past of the Universe,» — said the astronomer from the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff (USA).The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : ESA/Hubble, NASA, HST Frontier FieldsУченые found that the largest galaxies in the Universe formed a «chain» with their neighbors and line up in a line for ten billion years ago. «Now we are seeing even more dull and distant galaxies in the hope to understand whether this is an unusual property for the more distant past of the Universe,» — said the astronomer from the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff (USA).© Photo : ESA/Hubble & NASAОрбитальная Observatory «Hubble» photographed relatively close to our galaxy in the constellation Virgo, good location which allows scientists to directly follow the life of a black hole at its center.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : ESA/Hubble & NASAОрбитальная Observatory «Hubble» photographed relatively close to our galaxy in the constellation Virgo, good location which allows scientists to directly follow the life of a black hole at its center.© Roscosmos/Fedor Yurchenkova of the Russian space Agency and Fyodor Yurchikhin aboard the International space station removed the Shiveluch volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Roscosmos/Fedor Yurchenkova of the Russian space Agency and Fyodor Yurchikhin aboard the International space station removed the Shiveluch volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula.© Photo : NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Montez et al.; Optical: Adam Block/Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter/U. ArizonaУченые were able to obtain detailed images of one of the most well known symbiotic system R of Aquarius, which is located at a distance of about 710 light-years from Earth. The system consists of a cool red giant and a small hot stars — white dwarf.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Montez et al.; Optical: Adam Block/Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter/U. ArizonaУченые were able to obtain detailed images of one of the most well known symbiotic system R of Aquarius, which is located at a distance of about 710 light-years from Earth. The system consists of a cool red giant and a small hot stars — white dwarf.© Photo : Twitter/Intl. Space StationВид to Earth from the International space station. That day when I made this photograph, the crew members of the ISS was to study the effect of microgravity on mice and germs.The second heavy Angara brought to the launch site in February-March© Photo : Twitter/Intl. Space StationВид to Earth from the International space station. That day when I made this photograph, the crew members of the ISS was to study the effect of microgravity on mice and germs. /

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