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The Russian Space Agency may launch its new Clipper spacecraft from the Kuru space center in French Guiana
The Russian Space Agency (RSA) may launch its new Clipper spacecraft from the Kuru space center in French Guiana, RSA Deputy Director Nikolai Moiseev said Wednesday. "The plan is still on the drawing board. It could involve Russia's new reusable manned spacecraft Clipper, which was originally designed as an international spacecraft and, thus, can be launched from different space centers throughout the world," Moiseev said. He also said construction work was in full swing on the new launch pad for the Russian Soyuz-2 rocket at the Guiana space center, located on South America's Caribbean coast. "The contractors are to build the new launch pad and make it operational within 36 months, beginning in April 2005," he said.
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