Russia plans to land cosmonauts on the Moon by 2030

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Roscosmos will develop a "Super Heavy" rocket with a capacity of 27 tons to support the planned moon landing. Image via Pixabay
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Roscosmos will develop a "Super Heavy" rocket with a capacity of 27 tons to support the planned moon landing. Image via Pixabay

Roscosmos plans to build a new "Super Heavy" booster able to carry 27 metric tons to lunar polar orbit

Russia is planning to land cosmonauts on the Moon by 2030, according to Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russia's state space corporation Roscosmos. Rogozin presented an outline of Roscosmos' current activities...

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