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MOSCOW, January 22 /TASS/. The Russian Space Corporation Roscosmos has postponed the launches of the Angara-A5V heavy carrier rocket with an oxygen-hydrogen stage until the middle of the next decade, suggests the draft of the Federal Space Program for 2016-2025.
The Federal Space Program drafted by Roscosmos will be submitted to the Russian government.
The Angara-A5V was supposed to be used for launching a manned spacecraft to the trajectory of flight to the Moon.
Under the program, the ground experiments involving the Angara-A5V carrier rocket are to be completed in 2025. No test flights are being planned for an earlier date.