ACS Board to Consider New Launch Site Schedule

Hello reader!

It follows one communicates published in english on the day (11/07), in the website "http://www.ukrainianjournal.com/", announcing that the Alcantara Cyclone Space board to consider new launch site schedule.

Duda Falcão

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Alcantara Cyclone Space Board
to Consider New Launch Site Schedule

Journal Staff Report
July 11, 2011

KIEV, July 11 – The board of directors of the Alcantara Cyclone Space, a Ukrainian-Brazilian bi-national company, will consider an updated schedule of work on the creation of the Cyclone-4 space rocket complex at the Alcantara launch site in Brazil at a meeting at the end of this year, General Director of the Alcantara Cyclone Space from Ukraine Oleksandr Serdiuk has said.

While commenting on the results of a visit to Ukraine on July 4-9 by a delegation of the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB), headed by its new President Marco Antonio Raupp, Serdiuk said: "The results of the visit are positive and are even better than we expected. Our Brazilian colleagues were happy with what they saw."

He said that during their visit, the Brazilians had visited nine Ukrainian space industry enterprises that are involved in the implementation of the project. Among them were the Pivdenne Design Bureau, Pivdenmash, Dniprotiazhmash (all based in Dnipropetrovsk), Azovmash (Donetsk region), Hartron, Hartron Arkos (both based in Kharkiv), and Arsenal Central Design Bureau (Kiev), he Said.



Comentário: Pois é leitor, apesar da mídia brasileira ainda não ter anunciado e depois da inesperada saída do Roberto Amaral da diretoria da ACS e de tanto barulho causado pelos principais políticos do PSB, a recente viagem da comitiva brasileira à Ucrânia não trouxe nada de novo e continua tudo como antes no quartel de Abrantes. É como venho dizendo leitor, só jogo de cena, infelizmente às custas do pobre e ignorante povo brasileiro. Lamentável.

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