2028, see the moon! Russias new super heavy rocket will send the cabin to the moon.

category:Military click:565
 2028, see the moon! Russias new super heavy rocket will send the cabin to the moon.


The super heavy rocket is used to deliver about 100 tons of cargo to low earth orbit. This is necessary for manned flights to the moon and Mars or for deploying large objects in low Earth orbit. Rogozin said on Twitter: we are discussing the technical profile of rockets. The rocket will be launched from Russias eastern space launch site. Its power should be enough to transport space station cabins to the lunar surface and to the surface of the moon from 2028 onwards. Russian President Putins order for the development of super heavy rockets was signed in early 2018. The leading developer of the complex is the Russian energy rocket Aerospace Corp. The developer should complete the sketch design of the complex by the end of 2019, and the first launch of the rocket is scheduled for 2028 from the Oriental Space Launch Site in Oamur. Super heavy rockets are planned for future space flights, such as flying to the moon and Mars. Source: China News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

The super heavy rocket is used to deliver about 100 tons of cargo to low earth orbit. This is necessary for manned flights to the moon and Mars or for deploying large objects in low Earth orbit.

Rogozin said on Twitter: we are discussing the technical profile of rockets. The rocket will be launched from Russias eastern space launch site. Its power should be enough to transport space station cabins to the lunar surface and to the surface of the moon from 2028 onwards.

Russian President Putins order for the development of super heavy rockets was signed in early 2018. The leading developer of the complex is the Russian energy rocket Aerospace Corp.