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In the year of the 60th anniversary of the world’s first manned space flight and the first daily space flight, the Test Center for Information and Analytical Support for Controlling Space Complexes, Space Systems for Launching Space Rocket and Launching Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles is 30 years old.

On board the International Space Station, the combat crews of the Testing Center were congratulated by Pyotr Dubrov, a Russian cosmonaut, a tester of the Yu.A. Gagarin “.

“The calculations of the Center for Information and Analytical Support provided more than 500 launches of space rockets of various classes, more than 100 launches of upper stages of the Breeze and Fregat families, as well as more than 50 launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles,” said the head of the Main Testing Space Center, General Major Sergei Marchuk. He also expressed deep gratitude and gratitude to the entire staff of the Testing Center for their conscientious work and high professionalism.

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The test center for information and analytical support of space complexes, space systems for launching space rockets and launches of intercontinental ballistic missiles is part of the Main Testing Space Center named after G.S. Titov and performs strategic tasks to ensure the global navigation satellite system, performs operational and complete processing of telemetric measurements of the parameters of space rockets and intercontinental ballistic missiles during launches from Russian cosmodromes.

Since the establishment of the Testing Center, more than 40 people have received an academic degree and about 600 have received significant state awards.

More than 500 military personnel perform tasks of state importance within the Test Center. This is one of the largest divisions of the G.S. Titov Main Testing Space Center.

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