It is noteworthy that a source in the Russian space sector had told the Russian “TASS” agency last August that a train carrying components of the “Angara-A5” missile had arrived at the “Plesetsk” cosmodrome.
It is noteworthy that the “Angara” is a family of promising Russian missiles that includes light, medium and heavy missiles, and the missile parts are manufactured at the “Poliot” company in Omsk in Western Siberia, as a branch of the “Khrunbachev” space center of the Russian state space corporation “Roskosmos”. The new family of rockets provides clean, ecological fuels.
And the heavy “Angara” missile had previously been launched into space in 2014 and 2020 from the “Plesetsk” cosmodrome, and missiles of this type are supposed to be launched later from the “Vostochny” cosmodrome in eastern Siberia.
It is worth noting that the Director General of “Ross Cosmos”, Dmitry Rogozin, said last June that the Russian space industry intends to produce by the year 2020 four heavy “Angara” missiles.