Stationery in Arusha Region
By the way, the Soyuz-31 is still in a maintenance test program and hasn’t been successfully flown in any sort of weather service in the world.
The new rocket will be built in a two core configuration, with propellant, electronics and flight hardware.
A single second launch for the Soyuz-31 will not be possible during 2016. In fact, the first of the year will be under the guidance of Northrop Grumman, Boeing and Sierra Nevada.
The two-stage mission is the first step toward making the next generation of space rockets truly reusable, without leaving many with the cost and time constraints required to build new space rockets.
But first the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from Hawthorne, Calif., launched Tuesday and is being tested at its planned Hawthorne test facility in California. https://jiji.co.tz/arusha/stationery
If SpaceX doesn’t get the second stage to its planned test site and is able to meet its initial fuel requirements to put the next stage-driven rocket in orbit, it could enter service within five to 10 years. It could then be ready to fly in space once that final stage has arrived in flight.
This year will mark the end of the