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Russia has postponed the launch of a Soyuz-2 carrier rocket from the Plesetsk space center in northern Russia for 24 hours
Russia has postponed the launch of a Soyuz-2 carrier rocket from the Plesetsk space center in northern Russia for 24 hours, a Space Forces spokesperson said Friday. The launch of the carrier rocket with a Meridian reconnaissance satellite, originally scheduled for Friday, has been postponed until December 23 due to technical problems in the rocket's Fregat booster, Alexei Kuznetsov said. Russia is planning to replace the outdated Molniya-1T and Molniya-3 satellites, along with the Parus Navy communications and navigation satellite with state-of-the-art Meridian satellites.
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