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Proton Rocket: Still Some Future Ahead

Dmitry Rogozin’s recent announcement of the end of the Proton program caused quite a lot of controversy. People started talking about the Proton era coming to a close, about Russia being left only with the Angara rocket to rely on and how the last commercially successful rocket had been done in. But it would be
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