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    Next Generation Rocket Angara: News

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    Post  thegopnik Sat Apr 27, 2024 4:05 pm

    saw on the news but they are pushing the Angara-5V to 2035 instead of 2030.
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    Post  GarryB Sun Apr 28, 2024 2:52 am

    It can be ready when it is ready... don't rush stuff like this.

    Plus it might be an indication that they are being more pessimistic... giving optimistic dates for schedules leads to internet fanboys complaining that the promised delivery date has not been met and all the management must be publicly executed for being wrong.

    They weren't wrong, they were just a bit optimistic.

    When making forecasts it makes sense to add a bit of padding so you can actually deliver on time most of the time and sometimes even earlier if things all go to plan.

    When asked to do something always claim it is impossible and then start to talk about timescales that give you plenty of time to get it done.

    This leads to you being considered a miracle worker... Scotty did it most episodes of Star Trek in the original series.

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    Post  kvs Fri May 17, 2024 11:11 am

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    kvs wrote:Borisov must be boasting because he is talking about systems that do not exist.  //  

    I do not see any need to rush hydrogen infrastructure.   If they need a more potent rocket, then advance the Sunkar schedule.   The Soyuz-5

    yet for some reasons Roscosmos decides otherwise, Im presume there had to be reasons why, perhaps we don't know them?v

    I am going with the bureaucratic mismanagement theory.   Decisions are sub-optimal.  I bet Sunkar and Angara have their own "camps" which automatically
    means conflict.   All such behaviour is utter BS and should be handled as criminal activity by outside overseers.   Nobody should be able to use
    public money and big projects as some gang turf war for ego stroking or actual dick stroking.   Never give bureaucrats the benefit of the doubt.
    They need to have the whip cracked over them.   If you notice, that is what Putin has been doing.   (It wasn't just Deripaska who got subjected
    to a brow beating.)

    Anyway, Russia needs to boost the Soyuz-5 program.   If there is no money, then print it up.   Really.  This is an example where such activity is
    worth it.   The amount of money involved and its inflationary potential is relatively small.   US style printing to feed the massive military-industrial-social
    welfare state is a different ball game.

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