the report noted that in the scope of consolidation “internal reserve” a joint venture with “Rosatom” carries out a complex of measures aimed at reducing the cost of “Angara”, including aimed at creating the closed production cycle missiles at the facilities of Omsk ON “Flight”.

“Implementing these measures allows to reduce the cost of “Angara” from the current level of 7 billion roubles to 4 billion by 2024″, – stated in the document.

In January 2019, the General Director of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, said that the Corporation adopted a plan of action to increase the competitiveness of Russian launch vehicles. According to him, special emphasis is placed on “Angara” and “Soyuz-5”.

the Center. M. V. Khrunichev plans to receive this year about 24 billion rubles in the framework of the state support.

“For 2020 in accordance with the approved financial recovery Program and the financial plan of the Organization <…> scheduled to receive state support in the amount of 23.9 billion rubles”, – quotes the document TASS.

Earlier it was reported that the restrictive measures because of a pandemic of the coronavirus will not affect the development schedule of the flight model of the new Russian carrier rocket “Angara-А5М”, designed to launch manned spacecraft “eagle”. The Assembly of the first flight model of the “Angara-А5М” will start in 2023.

“Angara” – a family of Russian launch vehicles from light to heavy classes. One of the main differences of the new family – an environmentally friendly fuel.

the First heavy-lift Angara rocket flew into space five years ago, December 23, 2014. Another launch, but already the light “Angara”, was held at the same 2014. As told “RG” in 2014, chief designer of Angara, then first Deputy General Director GKNPTs im. M. V. Khrunichev, doctor of technical Sciences Alexander Medvedev, normally when tested even the latest version of heavy rockets, the same “Atlas”, “Delta”, “Ariana”, they are just into low orbit. “Angara-5” flew in geostationary orbit. It was decided to work out the entire route of flight.