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КHRUNICHEV Exhibits at the 2007 Hannover Messe

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Mon Apr 16, 2007 11:16 pm
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As a participant of All-Russia’s Hannover Exposition, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (KhSC) is exhibiting at the 2007 Hannover Messe tradeshow opened today in Hannover, Germany.

The Hannover Messe (16-20 April) is the world’s largest industrial technology trade fair. The Fair provides ideal forum for international business transactions, exchange of experience and integration for its participants from around the world.

Russia’s exposition was opened by Boris Aleshin, Head of Russian Federal Agency on Industry. This year Russia is presented by around 30 leading manufacturers, scientific and research organization displaying innovations, advanced technologies, the best products and services.

Core themes at Khrunichev’s full scale presentation are Russia’s space industry innovations and competitive products.

Apart from various printed advertising material, Khrunichev exhibits on display are mock ups of Russia’s premier launch vehicle Proton and Angara -5 booster rocket (being currently under development), as well as mock ups of KazSat telecommunications satellite and lightweight Rockot booster rocket (converted from SS-19 ICBM).

The exposition highlights major aspects of Khrunichev Space Center’s unique activities aimed to provide a complete and total solution for various space programmes- from initial design and manufacture of space rocket systems and spacecrafts to launch into orbit and operating the systems when in space.

Khrunichev Space Research and Production Space Center is the largest company of Russia’s space industry. Headquartered in Moscow, it accommodates three design bureaus ( a Moscow –based “Salyut”, A.M.Isaev Chemical Engineering Design Bureau (also known as “Khimmash,” in Korolev, Moscow Region), Kovrov –based Armatura DB), three state-run rocket and space enterprises (Voronezh Mechanical Plant, Moscow Enterprise for Equipment Configuration “Dlina” and Polyot Production Association (in Omsk.), as well as Proton rocket launch facilities in Baikonur Cosmodrome ( Kazakhstan) and Rockot rocket launch facilities in Northern Russian launch site Plesetsk.

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