Date: 6 months ago   Category: Cosmos

The head of NASA has reacted to threat of the termination of deliveries of RD-180


The director of NASA Jim Braydenstayn in an interview to C-SPAN TV channel has commented on the possible termination of deliveries of the Russian RD-180 engines to the USA. "Yes, actually United States diligently work on to depending on RD-180 engines" — the official has answered. Thus Braydenstayn has answered a question of the leader of influence of the possible termination by Moscow of deliveries of engines on plans for start of commercial spaceships by means of the ULA rockets (United Launch Alliance). "And I will be frank in this respect: NASA is distinguished from all federal government. The speech that when the relations between the countries become difficult, NASA is able to maintain these relations" — the head of the American space agency has added. Also Braydenstayn has declared the planned meeting with the head of Roskosmos Dmitry Rogozin. The state corporation has reported that the action will take place in October, 2018 on Baikonur (Kazakhstan) on August.10 of NASA in response to possible restriction of deliveries of the Russian RD-180 engines to the USA has referred to need of execution of contractual obligations by Moscow. Earlier in August in Washington declared preparation of new sanctions against Russia because of an incident in Salisbury (Great Britain). In response to it the Russian senator Sergey Ryabukhin has said that Moscow can limit deliveries to the USA of rocket RD-180 engines which the United Launch Alliance company uses in the first step of the carrier rocket Atlas 5. Materials on teme00:02 — on September 19, 2017 Cheerful the pominkirossiya blackmails with the USA rocket engines and frightens Kitayemsilovy units releases NPO Energomash. In January the CEO of the enterprise Igor Arbuzov has said that more than a half of revenue of the plant is formed of deliveries of engines to the USA — RD-180 for United Launch Alliance and RD-181 for Orbital ATK (now enters into Northrop Grumman). In particular, in 2018 the enterprise plans to deliver to customers power units of three types — 11 RD-180 engines, 6 RD-181 engines and two RD-191, that is from 19 power plants 17 are intended for the USA whereas it is required to Russia only two. It is more than important news in Film of Day Telegram-channel. Subscribe!

URL:




Today

just now

Took about two kilograms of stones, covers from bottles and coins from a stomach of the resident of the South Korean city of Goyang. The Daily Mail edition reports about it. the 54-year-old man saw a...

just now

The federation of fencing of France recognized a duel on light swords as official sport. The Associated Press agency reports about it. Competitions will be is carried out on an equal basis with duels...

just now

The F-2 strike fighter of the Air Japan Self-Defense Forces failed in the sea at coast of the prefecture Fukuoka. It crashed approximately in 130 kilometers to the northeast from Tsuyki air base from...

just now

The expert center of the All-Russian consumers union "Roskontrol" conducted a research of washing machines. 16 models from seven producers took part in it. Experts studied washing machines of brands o...

just now

The malefactors offering intimate photos of minor children and data of the stolen credit cards for sale use the protected messengers for sale, found out BBC. The edition notes that migration of seller...

just now

The center of strategic communications at NATO conducted a research on whether it is easy to manipulate soldiers by means of social networks. Experts created false pages on Facebook and communicated b...

just now

The Security Service of Ukraine put on the wanted list Oleg Ivannikov whom it considers one of the main defendants in the case about death of "Boeing" of Malaysian Airlines over Donetsk in the summer...

just now

Scientists of University College London studied a pit in which blue stones for construction of Stonehenge were got, and defined how there was a production of monoliths. It is reported in the press rel...