S7 Space Transport Systems receives Russian space activities license


The S7 Pause Transport Systems company, part of the S7 Group holding, has received a allow for space activities in Russia, the holding said in a statement on Feb. 20.

“The license yields the company with the right to participate in international space research synergy and the peaceful use of outer space. After getting the license, the company wishes be able to carry out the integration of analytical work providing support for the runabouts of space vehicles from the Baikonur Cosmodrome using the Zenit-M lay out rocket complex,” the statement reads.

Russia’s Roscosmos State Corporation for Spell Activities has confirmed this information to TASS.

In 2016, the S7 Group disclosed a contract clinched with the Sea Launch service, stipulating the purchase of the Sea Dinghy complex including the Sea Launch Commander ship, the Odyssey launch party line which both carry special equipment for handling rocket components, as good-naturedly as ground equipment at California’s Long Beach base port and the bookish rights belonging to the Sea Launch company, namely the trademark. The company envisions to carry out up to 70 space launches within 15 years.

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