As noted in the state corporation, tests are one of the final stages of ground testing of the product.
"The positive results of the bench testing will make it possible to make a decision on the admission of the light-class carrier rocket Angara-1.2 to the continuation of flight-design tests," they said there.
At the test facility NITs RKP successfully passed firing bench tests of the second-stage light class launch vehicle "Angara 1.2,» - https://t.co/Nl2i7zrg8K
🚀 Positive results will decide on the admission of the rocket to continue flight-design tests pic.twitter .com / ZJKEkrwx5B
- ROSCOSMOS (@roscosmos) October 24, 2020
The tests were carried out at the testing complex of the Research Center of the RCP.
Earlier, the general director of NPO Energomash, Igor Arbuzov, said that the first launch of the Angara-A5 heavy-class launch vehicle with a modified RD-191 engine would take place in 2023.