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Bigelow Aerospace sees Genesis-2 ready for launch June 28

Published by Rob on Mon Jun 18, 2007 9:22 pm
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The delayed Launch of the Genesis-2 is scheduled to take place on June 28th 2007.

A May 17th statement by Robert T. Bigelow stated that Bigelow Aerospace has been informed by its launch provider ISC Kosmotras (“Kosmotras”) that additional testing of the Dnepr rocket and its ground equipment was required by Russian authorities. But with no further setbacks the launch should be fine to go ahead at the newest planned launch date of June 28th.

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The earier Genisis-1 inflatable module has already been launched, a one-third scale version it orbits the Earth every 96 minutes. For more information on both the Genesis-1 and Genesis-2 please visit the Bigelow Aerospace Website at http://www.bigelowaerospace.com

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