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Sea Launch: Does The Platform Have A Future?

The history of the Sea Launch platform began in 1995 when a consortium of four companies from the United States, Russia, Norway, and Ukraine (with 40, 25, 20 and 15% shares respectively) was established. Cooperation duties were as follows: the Norwegian side provided the self-propelled Ocean Odyssey oil platform, which was converted into a floating
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