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Khrunichev Completes Its Preparations for MAKS 2007

Published by Klaus Schmidt on Tue Aug 14, 2007 11:25 am
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(Khrunichev) – Completing its preparations for the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS 2007 (Zhukovsky, Moscow Region, 21 – 26 August, 2007), Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center is ready to present a full spectrum of its products and services.

The core part of the Khrunichev’s exposition will be demonstrated at the joined stand arranged by Russian Federal Space Agency’s entities in Pavilion “J”.

In addition, the Khrunichev’s presentation will be arranged as a part of Russian Space Forces exposition. Also, large- scale mock-ups of the next–generation Angara launch vehicle family (currently being developed by Khrunichev) will be outdoors Pavilion “J”.

Small aircrafts developed and manufactured at Khrunichev’s facilities based in Moscow and Omsk are expected to be flight demonstrated within the framework of the Salon.

Khrunichev’ s exposition is aimed to highlight and demonstrate the progress the company has achieved over the recent period both in space rocket technology and light aircraft design and manufacture.

As it was at the Paris Air Show 2007 in this June, a Moscow –based Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center will show the widest ever in company’s history diversity of products and services offered both by its core enterprises and new branches – four Russia’s major launch vehicles and spacecraft component manufacturers from Moscow and other cities of the Russian Federation (Voronezh, Perm, Omsk, Korolev) that joined Khrunichev as branches in February this year.

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