Today, the Russian government has approved a new federal space program for 2025. In the course of the discussion, the Deputy Prime Minister, Dmitry Rogozin, said that under the present circumstances, necessitating cuts to funding, they have managed to preserve all their priorities. However, they have had to cut the number of launch vehicles.
In general, the issues were settled by means of an airborne system unification in the space complexes and the installation of advanced digital technologies and mathematical simulations with which vehicles can manage in circum-terrestrial space. Systems integration in the field of propulsion engineering allows for the preservation of the most important directions.
As the RF Prime Minister, Dmitry Medvedev, concluded, Russia needs such programs even in these complicated economic conditions.