“Of course, we must be prepared to increase the number of these launches 2-3 times when we start deploying a multi-satellite orbital constellation,” he said.

Rogozin, referring to the data of experts, noted that in 2025–2026 a "launch boom" is expected in the world, but Russia will be ready for it.

Earlier, the head of Roskosmos said that spacecraft would soon begin flights according to a single-turn scheme, which would make it possible to get to the ISS in one and a half to two hours.