Reducing the cost of production of the rocket "Angara-A5" from 7 to 4 billion is not possible, said RIA Novosti member of the Russian Academy of cosmonautics named after Tsiolkovsky, chief analyst of the Association "Digital transport and logistics" Andrei Ionin.
Informed of the financial report of the Khrunichev Centre, it became known that the cost of manufacturing of the carrier rocket heavy class "Angara-A5" is 7 billion rubles, that is three times longer than flying from the Soviet era to the Proton the same capacity. By 2024 it is planned to reduce the cost to 4 billion. Roskosmos explained that the high cost stems from the fact that its Assembly is carried out in two cities - Moscow and Omsk, as well as boxed by the manufacturer. After the transfer of all production in Omsk and move to mass production price of the missile, as promised in the Corporation's approach to the market.
The world today is much more interconnected than in previous centuries, and digital technologies give humanity almost unlimited opportunities to communicate without loss of time, which is too expensive, said the Deputy Chairman of the security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev in the article "Cooperation in the field of security during a pandemic of the novel coronavirus," which was published in the journal "Russia in global politics".
Medvedev indicates that the outstanding Russian scientist Konstantin Tsiolkovsky said: "in the Golden age will include people who learn to unite...".