It is more viable to accomplish some tasks from Baikonur [rather from the Vostochnyi cosmodrome to be launched in Russia]: Vice Head of the Federal Space Agency of Russian Federation.
According to Vice Chairman of the National Space Agency KazKosmos, following the flight testing, the onboard transmitting equipment will be tested in collaboration with on-land communications carriers.
Why would we ban launches if the accident caused no damage and losses to Kazakhstan party?: Mussabayev.
Orbital tests of the second national communications satellite KazSat-2 will be completed in October.
Karim Massimov met with Head of Russian Federal Space Agency and Chairman of Kazakhstan National Space Agency.
Consequently, in summer 2015 it will start filling the state coffers: Meirbek Moldabekov, Vice Chairman of the Kazakhstan Space Agency.
Another launch facility is going to be constructed for Soyuz-2 launch vehicles: Roscosmos Head Vladimir Popovkin.
To rent out Baikonur, Russia pays $115 million a year. The payments are made on quarterly basis: Vice Minister of Finance Ruslan Dalenov.
KazSat-2 launch fromBaikonur will be broadcasted in Twitter on July 16.
Mullah will bless Proton-M rocket with Briz-M upper-stage rocket and a claster of KazSat-2 and SES-3 (OS-2) satellites in Baikonur.
Upper-stage rocket Briz-M was delivered to Baikonur. It is aimed for a launch of the Russian satellite Express-AM4.
KazKosmos representatives met APSCO representatives to study opportunities which could be brought about following Kazakhstan’s accession into the Organization.
The protocol had been initially signed in Almaty February 20, 2008.
According to KazKosmos, Kazakhstan will have 2 operational satellites by that time.
According to the source, the date of the launch may have been coordinated to fit in the schedules of some VIPs that are expected to attend the launch.
The minimum cost of Baikonur cosmodrome annual rent should be $1 billion: Amangeldy Momyshev.
Kazakhstan and Russia signed a treaty on the use of an orbital slot for KazSat-2 satellite.
KazSat-2 communications satellite has been delivered from Moscow to Baikonur.
It was to supplement the KazSat 1 satellite, but will now replace Kazsat 1 due to the complete loss of the first satellite.
KazSat-2 will be delivered to Baikonur in the week's time from now from Khrunichev Center, where final tests are being performed.