Zenit: CSTS launcher of choice?

by | May 28, 2008 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Oleg Ventskovsky from Ukraine’s Yuzhnoye Design Office told me today at the IAA symposium on private human access to space that “we have had some talks about this [using a Zenit for the ESA/Russian Crew Space Transportation System].” The Zenit launcher was originally designed to be man rated and was considered for an Energia six man capsule in the 1990s. More information soon

 

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