As reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the document, the leadership of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Roskosmos were advised to contact the president with a proposal "regarding the postponement of the creation of a super-heavy class rocket complex to a later date."

When creating a rocket, it is proposed to use breakthrough, promising and economically viable technologies.

In December it became known that the project of the Russian super-heavy rocket "Yenisei" would be revised, instead of the current technologies, new solutions would be used.

Because of this, the first Russian manned missions to the moon will be carried out using missiles of the Angara family until 2032 (previously, in accordance with a presidential decree, the rocket was to be assembled by 2028).

In the summer, it was reported that Russia had begun developing a mission to land astronauts on the lunar surface.