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    TREATIES AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL ACTS SERIES 07-730

    TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

    Cooperation

    Agreement Between the

    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    and the RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    Signed at Washington March 21, 2006

  • NOTE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE

    Pursuant to Public Law 89—497, approved July 8, 1966 (80 Stat. 271; 1 U.S.C. 113)—

    “. . .the Treaties and Other International Acts Series issued under the authority of the Secretary of State shall be competent evidence . . . of the treaties, international agreements other than treaties, and proclamations by the President of such treaties and international agreements other than treaties, as the case may be, therein contained, in all the courts of law and equity and of maritime jurisdiction, and in all the tribunals and public offices of the United States, and of the several States, without any further proof or authentication thereof.”

  • RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    Technology Transfer: Cooperation

    Agreement signed at Washington March 21, 2006; Entered into force July 30, 2007.

  • AGREEMENT

    BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ON

    TECHNOLOGY SAFEGUARDS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ACTIVITIES

    UNDER THE "SEA LAUNCH" PROJECT

    The Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Russian

    Federation, hereinafter referred to as the Parties,

    Noting the successful cooperation between U.S. and Russian enterprises in

    implementing the "Sea Launch" space/rocket project (hereinafter referred to as the "Sea

    Launch" Project) and seeking to foster such cooperation,

    Desiring to continue collaboration in promoting their mutual interests in protecting

    advanced technologies and reaffirming their common will for further development of

    scientific and technological cooperation and business partnership, and

    Seeking to foster the expansion of cooperation in the sphere of commercial use of

    outer space for peaceful purposes,

    Have agreed as follows:

    Article 1

    Purpose

    This Agreement is entered into for the purpose of precluding the unauthorized access

    to protected technologies associated with .the "Sea Launch" Project Activities, and the

    unauthorized transfer of such technologies.

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    Article 2

    Definitions

    For the purposes of this Agreement, the following terms shall be used:

    1. "'Sea Launch' Project" - the cooperation of legal entities of the Russian

    Federation, the United States of America, Ukraine, and the Kingdom of Norway to

    commercially develop and operate a sea-based space/rocket complex.

    2. "Russian Components of the Launch Vehicle" - components of the Zenit-SL

    Launch Vehicle or its possible modifications, authorized for export by the Government of the

    Russian Federation and used to carry out "Sea Launch" Project Activities, with the exception

    of those that are integrated into the Launch Vehicles and are subject to the Agreement

    Between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Ukraine on

    Technology Safeguards Associated with Ukrainian Launch Vehicles, Missile Equipment and

    Technical Data for the "Sea Launch" Program of September 29, 1999.

    3. "Booster Unit" - the "DM-SL" unit or its possible modifications and/or its

    components authorized for export by the Government of the Russian Federation and used to

    carry out "Sea Launch" Project Activities.

    4. "Spacecraft" - any spacecraft, groups of spacecraft, spacecraft systems or

    subsystems, spacecraft components (including satellites, groups of satellites, satellite systems

    or subsystems, and/or satellite components}, and/or orbital transfer motors used to carry out

    "Sea Launch" Project Activities:

    4.1. authorized by the Government of the Russian Federation for export and used to

    carry out "Sea Launch" Project Activities (hereinafter - "Russian Spacecraft");

    4.2. authorized by the Government of the United States of America to carry out

    "Sea Launch" Project Activities (hereinafter - "U.S. Spacecraft").

    5. "Payload Compartment" - the unit comprising nose fairing, spacecraft adapter,

    spacecraft installation truss or dispenser, adapter flare, flight avionics and instruments and/or

    their components authorized by the Government of the United States of America to carry out

    "Sea Launch" Project Activities.

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    10.3. return, in the event of a failed launch, of any discovered and identified

    components and/or debris ofRussian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, and

    Russian Spacecraft to the territory of the Russian Federation or other location approved by the

    Government of the Russian Federation.

    11. "Technology Security Plans" - any plans that are developed jointly by U.S.

    Consignees and Russian Consignees with, if necessary, the participation of natural or legal

    persons of third states or representatives of international organizations taking part in "Sea

    Launch" Project Activities, and are approved by the relevant agency or agencies of the

    Government of the United States of America and the Government of the Russian Federation

    and other relevant states before delivery of Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles,

    Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft. Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related

    Equipment, and/or Russian Technical Data to the territory of the United States of America.

    and which outline technology safeguards measures to be implemented during "Sea Launch"

    Project Activities, including in emergency situations.

    12. "Russian Participants" - any natural or legal persons (including, but not limited

    to, Russian Consignees, their contractors, subcontractors, employees or agents), who conduct

    activities within the framework of the "Sea Launch" Project, other than U.S. Participants,

    whether persons of the Russian Federation or other persons, who have or could have access to

    U.S. Spacecraft, Payload Compartments, U.S. Related Equipment, and/or U.S. Technical

    Data. and are under the jurisdiction and/or control of the Russian Federation.

    13. "U.S. Participants" - any natural or legal persons (including, but not limited to,

    U.S. Consignees, their contractors, subcontractors, employees or agents), who conduct

    activities within the framework of the "Sea Launch" Project, other than Russian Participants,

    whether persons of the United States of America or other persons, who have or could have

    access to Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft,

    Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and/or Russian Technical

    Data, and are under the jurisdiction and/or control of the United States of America.

    14. "Russian Consignees" - any natural or legal persons issued export licenses

    pursuant to the laws and regulations of the Russian Federation to export Russian Components

    of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological

    Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and/or Russian Technical Data to the United States

    ofAmerica to participate in "Sea Launch" Project Activities.

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  • NOTE: It is noted that the numbering for subsections 5 and 6 appear to be out of sequence on this page.

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    6.2. In the event that any such export licenses and/or authorizations are suspended

    or revoked, the Government of the Russian Federation shall promptly notify the Government

    of the United States of America and explain the reasons for its decision.

    6.3. In the event the Government of the Russian Federation revokes its export

    licenses, and/or authorizations, the Government of the United States of America shall not

    interfere with and, if necessary, shall facilitate the expeditious return to the territory of the

    Russian Federation or other location approved by the Government of the Russian Federation,

    in accordance with the Russian export licenses, of Russian Components of the Launch

    Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian

    Related Equipment, and Russian Technical Data that were brought into the territory of the

    United States ofAmerica.

    7.1. The Government of the United States of America shall use its best efforts to

    ensure continuity of the U.S. licenses and/or authorizations for "Sea Launch" Project

    Activities. If the Government of the United States of America determines that any provision

    of this Agreement or Technology Security Plans for any "Sea Launch" Project Activities may

    have been violated, it may suspend or revoke any licenses and/or authorizations for "Sea

    Launch" Project Activities.

    7.2. In the event that any such licenses and/or authorizations for "Sea Launch"

    Project Activities are suspended or revoked, the Government of the United States of America

    shall promptly notify the Government of the Russian Federation and explain the reasons for

    its decision.

    8. With due respect for the purpose of this Agreement, the Parties agree that this

    Agreement shall not limit the authority of the Parties to take appropriate actions consistent

    with the laws, regulations, and policies of their respective States.

    Article 4

    Technical Data Authorized for Disclosure

    1. Russian Technical Data

    1.1. The Government of the Russian Federation shall authorize Russian Consignees

    to transmit only the following Russian Technical Data to the Government of the United States

    ofAmerica and/or U.S. Participants:

    for Russian Spacecraft:

    1.1.1. orbit parameters, launch window;

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    1.1.2. interface fonn, fit, and function technical data that describe mechanical and

    electrical mating parameters for attaching Russian Spacecraft to the Launch Vehicles and

    Booster Units;

    1.1.3. dimensional values; mass; center of gravity; envelope type; dynamic loading;

    power usage/data on power stabilization; interface adapter requirements;

    1.1.4. data pertaining to the existence or absence of devices and/or components using

    radioactive elements and/or ionizing, sonic, or electromagnetic radiation sources on Russian

    Spacecraft and/or as part of Russian Related Equipment;

    1.1.5. data pertaining to explosion and fire safety and to the presence on Russian

    Spacecraft of elements that are toxic or otherwise hazardous to human life and health or the

    environment;

    1.1.6. propellant parameters; operating frequency plans, including telemetry,

    tracking, and control; safety system infonnation; test data; separation characteristics; data on

    Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment; and test/flight and launch

    schedules;

    for Booster Units, Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment:

    1.1.7. parameters of ascent trajectory and orbit achieved at the moment of separation

    of Spacecraft, injection orientation parameters, parameters of trajectory of Booster Units after

    they leave the target orbit;

    1.1.8. data pertaining to the existence or absence of devices and/or components using

    radioactive elements and/or ionizing, sonic, or electromagnetic radiation sources on Booster

    Units and/or as part of Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment;

    1.1.9. data pertaining to explosion and fire safety and to the presence on Booster

    Units of elements that are toxic or otherwise hazardous to human life and health or the

    environment;

    1.1.10. data pertaining to readiness .for tests and launch of Booster Units, tests of

    Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment; data pertaining to

    critiques, failures, and off-nominal situations;

    1.1.11. data pertaining to Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units,

    Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment necessary for integration

    with Launch Vehicles, Spacecraft, Payload Compartments, and U.S. and Ukrainian

    Technological Equipment;

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    1.1.12. results of integration of Booster Units, Russian Technological Equipment and

    Russian Related Equipment with Launch Vehicles, Spacecraft, Payload Compartments, and

    U.S. Related Equipment;

    1.1.13. telemetry data for Booster Units and Russian Technological Equipment

    necessary for conducting post-flight analysis, and results ofpost-flight analysis;

    1.1.14. parameters of Booster Unit propellant;

    1.1.15. the rated values of the operating frequencies of telemetric and command

    programming systems;

    1.1.16. operational documentation for Booster Units and Russian Technological

    Equipment in the volume necessary for conducting joint operations in the process of

    preparation and launch;

    1.1.17. sequence and results of planned flight events and on-orbit maneuvers to ensure

    the safety and reliability of Booster Units;

    1.1.18. software and hardware test criteria, plans, procedures, analysis, and results for

    the flight safety system of Booster Units;

    1.1.19. environments experienced by the flight safety system of Booster Units, for

    compliance with regulatory requirements, during flight, storage, handling, and transportation

    (environments include, but are not limited to, measurements of vibration, shock, acceleration,

    temperature, and pressure);

    1.1.20. statistical data on Booster Units and flight safety system reliability.

    1.2. The specific list and volume of Russian Technical Data to be transmitted shall

    be subject to approval by the authorized agencies of the Government of the Russian

    Federation designated in accordance with Article 9 of this Agreement.

    1.3. Requests for the transfer of additional Russian Technical Data must be directed

    to the Government of the Russian Federation through the authorized agency of the

    Government of the Russian Federation designated in accordance with Article 9 of this

    Agreement.

    1.4. Under this Agreement, it is not permitted, and the Government of the Russian

    Federation shall prohibit, Russian Participants from providing any assistance relating to the

    design, engineering, development, production, processing, manufacture, use, operation,

    overhaul, repair, maintenance, modification, enhancement, or modernization of U.S.

    Spacecraft and Payload Compartments, unless such assistance is specially authorized by the

    Government of the Russian Federation.

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    2. U.S. Technical Data

    2.1. The Government of the United States of America shall authorize U.S.

    Consignees to transmit only the following U.S. Technical Data to the Government of the

    Russian Federation and/or Russian Participants:

    2.1.1. orbit parameters, launch window;

    2.1.2. interface fonn, fit, and function technical data that describe mechanical and

    electrical mating parameters for attaching Spacecraft and Payload Compartments to Launch

    Vehicles and Booster Units;

    2.1.3. dimensional values; mass; center of gravity; envelope type; dynamic loading;

    power usage/data on power stabilization (including, but not limited to, those pertaining to

    Spacecraft and Payload Compartments), and interface adapter requirements;

    2.1.4. data pertaining to the existence or absence of devices and/or components using

    radioactive elements and/or ionizing, sonic or electromagnetic radiation sources on Spacecraft

    and/or as part ofU.S. Related Equipment;

    2.1.S. data pertaining to explosion and fire safety and to the presence on Spacecraft of

    substances that are toxic or otherwise hazardqus to human life and health or the environment;

    2.1.6. propellant parameters; operation frequency plans, including telemetry,

    tracking, and control; safety system infonnation; test data; separation characteristics; data on

    U.S. Related Equipment; and test/flight and launch schedules;

    2.1.7. telemetry data for Spacecraft necessary for conducting post-flight analysis, and

    results ofpost-flight analysis; and

    2.1.8. operational documentation related to procedures with the participation of

    Russian Participants.

    2.2. Requests for the transfer of additional U.S. Technical Data must be directed to

    the Department of State of the United States of America

    2.3. Under this Agreement, it is not permitted, and the Government of the United

    States of America shall prohibit, U.S. Participants from providing any assistance relating to

    the design, engineering, development, production, processing, manufacture, use, operation,

    overhaul, repair, maintenance, modification, enhancement, or modernization of Launch

    Vehicles, Booster Units and Russian Spacecraft unless such assistance is specially authorized

    by the Government of the United States of America.

    3. Uses of Technical Data and Provision of Information by Consignees

    3.1. The Government of the United States of America shall not retransfer and shall

    prohibit the retransfer by U.S. Participants of any Russian Technical Data referred to in

    paragraph 1 of this Article without the prior written approval of the Government of the

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    Russian Federation. The Government of the United States of America shall not use and shall

    take all necessary measures to ensure that U.S. Participants do not use Russian Technical Data

    for purposes other than purposes specified in the Russian export licenses and/or authorizations

    of the Government of the Russian Federation for the retransfer.

    3.2. The Government of the United States of America shall take all necessary

    measures to ensure that U.S. Consignees provide Russian Consignees with the necessary

    information specified in the U.S. licenses and/or information specified in the retransfer

    authorizations of the Government of the United States of America. The Government of the

    Russian Federation shall take all necessary measures to ensure that Russian Consignees

    provide the Government of the Russian Federation with the aforementioned information.

    3.3. The Government of the Russian Federation shall take all necessary measures to

    ensure that Russian Consignees provide U.S. Consignees with the necessary information

    specified in the Russian export licenses and/or information specified in the retransfer

    authorizations of the Government of the Russian Federation. The Government of the United

    States of America shall take all necessary measures to ensure that U.S. Consignees provide

    the Goveriunent of the United States of America with the aforementioned information.

    Article 5

    Access Controls

    1. For "Sea Launch" Project Activities, the Parties shall oversee and monitor

    implementation of Technology Security Plans. The Government of the United States of

    America shall permit and facilitate oversight and monitoring of "Sea Launch" Project

    Activities by the Government of the Russian Federation on the conditions stipulated by this

    Agreement.

    2. The Parties shall take all necessary measures to ensure that only those Russian

    Participants whose authority to apply technology safeguards procedures has been approved by

    the Government of the Russian Federation shall, on a 24-hour basis, control access to Russian

    Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian

    Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and Russian Technical Data

    throughout launch preparations, transportation of Russian Components of the Launch

    Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian

    Related Equipment and Russian Technical Data, mating/demating, test and checkout, any

    Spacecraft launches and return of Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related

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    Equipment and Russian Technical Data to the territory of the Russian Federation or other

    location approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.

    3. The Government of the United States of America shall take all necessary

    measures to ensure that officials of the Government of the Russian Federation present at

    facilities of the "Sea Launch" Complex in connection with "Sea Launch" Project Activities

    shall have unimpeded access to conduct inspections at the facilities that are specially set aside

    for work with Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian

    Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment and Russian Related Equipment, and to check

    at these facilities Russian Technical Data that is provided by Russian Consignees to U.S.

    Consignees. The Government of the Russian Federation shall have the right to inspect and

    monitor, including electronically through a closed-circuit television system and other

    electronic devices compatible with conditions for preparation and launch of Launch Vehicles

    and with launch safety requirements, all areas as set forth in the Technology Security Plans

    where Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and Russian Technical

    Data are located.

    4. The Government of the United States of America shall give timely notice to the

    Government of the Russian Federation of any operations that may conflict with the access and

    observation control requirements specified by the Parties, in order to agree on suitable

    arrangements to safeguard Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units,

    Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and

    Russian Technical Data. The Government of the United States of America shall take all

    necessary measures to ensure that Russian Participants, whose authority to apply technology

    safeguards procedures has been approved by the Government of the Russian Federation, are

    not denied control of, access to, and monitoring of Russian Components of the Launch

    Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian

    Related Equipment, and Russian Technical Data and that such control and monitoring are not

    interrupted at any time.

    5. Access to premises and areas that have been specially set aside exclusively for

    work with Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units and Russian

    Spacecraft shall be controlled by the Government of the Russian Federation or, as authorized

    in the Russian export licenses, by Russian Consignees.

    6. In any instance in which Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster

    Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment,

    and/or Russian Technical Data are present at facilities and areas controlled by the

    Government of the United States of America, the Parties shall ensure that Russian

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    Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian

    Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and/or Russian Technical Data are

    accompanied and monitored by Russian Participants, whose· authority to apply technology

    safeguards procedures has been approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.

    Article 6

    Processing Procedures

    1. Fit Check and Mating of Spacecraft with Payload Compartments

    The Parties shall take all necessary measures to ensure that U.S. Participants are

    permitted access to Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units and Russian

    Spacecraft only as needed for test validation of interfaces, including adapters, and that they

    are escorted and monitored at all times by only those Russian Participants whose authority to

    apply technology safeguards procedures has been approved by the Government of the Russian

    Federation.

    2. Transportation

    2.1. All transportation of Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster

    Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment,

    and Russian Technical Data to or from the territory of the United States of America or to the

    launch site must be authorized in advance by the Government of the Russian Federation.

    2.2. In the event of an accident or a crash of a vehicle transporting any Launch

    Vehicles, Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Payload

    Compartments, Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Related Equipment, and/or

    Technical Data within the territory of the State of either Party, the provisions of Article 7 of

    this Agreement shall apply, as appropriate.

    3. Customs and Border Control

    3.1. The U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection shall inspect Russian

    Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian

    Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and Russian Technical Data

    transported to or from the territory of the United States:

    3.1.1. in areas under the control of Russian Participants when necessary to facilitate

    the inspection;

    3.1.2. with reasonable prior notice to Russian Participants;

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    3.1.3. in the presence ofRussian Participants, unless exigent circumstances arise;

    3.1.4. by means of visual observation and/or the least intrusive methods to avoid and

    minimize damage;

    3.1.5. taking into account the necessity of maintaining the physical integrity of sealed

    containers and their contents;

    3.1.6. taking photographic and video images only when necessary to ensure

    compliance with the laws and regulations of the United States of America and without the use

    of other means that could be used to reveal technical and technological characteristics and

    parameters of inspected Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian

    Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and Russian

    Technical Data, and that the photographic and video images obtained would be handled

    according to the laws and regulations of the United States of America and placed within the

    custody of the U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection;

    3.1.7. so that transportation containers would be opened, when necessary, by Russian

    Participants in the presence of representatives of the U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border

    Protection;

    3.1.8. on a priority basis and as soon as practicable;

    3.1.9. in the presence of authorized representatives of the Government of the United

    States of America as part of inspection activities if U.S. Participants or Russian Participants

    make such a request.

    3.2. Each Party shall use its best efforts to facilitate the entry into the territory of its

    State of Participants of the other Party for the purposes of "Sea Launch" Project Activities,

    including expediting appropriate visa processing.

    4. Preparations at Facilities of the "Sea Launch" Complex

    4.1. The Government of the United States of America shall take all necessary

    measures to ensure that U.S. Participants participate in unloading vehicles transporting

    Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian

    Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and/or Russian Technical Data, and

    delivering sealed containers to the areas designated for the work with Russian Components of

    the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, and Russian Spacecraft only if they are under the

    supervision of Russian Participants, whose authority to apply technology safeguards

    procedures has been approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.

    4.2. The Parties shall permit only Russian Participants to add propellant to Booster

    Units and Russian Spacecraft and to test them at facilities of the "Sea Launch" Complex.

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    5. Procedures Following the Launch and/or the Completion of the "Sea Launch" Project

    The Parties shall pennit only Russian Participants to dismantle Russian Technological

    Equipment and Russian Related Equipment. Such equipment, together with Russian

    Technical Data, shall be returned to the territory of the Russian Federation or other location

    approved by the Government of the Russian Federation aboard vehicles authorized by the

    Government of the Russian Federation.

    Article 7

    Launch Failure, Delay, or Cancellation

    1. Launch Delay or Cancellation

    In the event of a launch delay or cancellation, access to Russian Components of the

    Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment,

    Russian Related Equipment, and/or Russian Technical Data shall be monitored by Russian

    Participants. Russian Participants shall be present if Russian Spacecraft are exposed or

    removed from Payload Compartments after these Russian Spacecraft have been mated to the

    Payload Compartments. Such Russian Spacecraft shall be monitored and accompanied by

    Russian Participants during repair and remating to Payload Compartments, or return to the

    territory of the Russian Federation or other location approved by the Government of the

    Russian Federation. Russian Participants shall be present if Russian Components of the

    Launch Vehicles and/or Booster Units are exposed or removed from Launch Vehicles after

    such Booster Units have been mated to Launch Vehicles and/or such Russian Components of

    the Launch Vehicles have been mounted on Launch Vehicles. Such Russian Components of

    the Launch Vehicles and/or Booster Units shall be monitored and accompanied by Russian

    Participants during repair and remating to (mounting on) Launch Vehicles. The provisions of

    this Article shall be applied to any subsequent "Sea Launch" Project Activities.

    2. Launch Failure

    2.1. In the event of a launch failure, U.S. Participants and Russian Participants shall

    ensure that the search for and recovery of components and/or debris of Launch Vehicles,

    Booster Units, Payload Compartments, and Spacecraft proceed in accordance with this

    Agreement.

    2.2. If there is reason to believe that such search and recovery efforts will affect the

    interests of a third state, the Parties shall consult expeditiously with the government of that

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    state regarding the coordination of procedures for conducting search operations, without

    prejudice to the rights and obligations of all concerned states existing under international law,

    including rights and obligations arising out of the Agreement on the Rescue of Astronauts, the

    Return of Astronauts and the Return of Objects Launched into Outer Space of April 22, 1968.

    2.3. The identification of components and/or debris of Launch Vehicles, Booster

    Units, Payload Compartments and Spacecraft shall be conducted by U.S. Participants and

    Russian Participants jointly.

    2.4. The Government of the United States of America shall take all necessary

    measures to ensure that Russian Participants-controlled "debris recovery sites" for the storage

    of identified components and/or ·debris of Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles,

    Booster Units, and Russian Spacecraft are located at the assembly and command vessel and/or

    base port and/or a location agreed to by the Parties. Access to these locations shall be

    controlled in accordance with the provisions ofArticle 5 of this Agreement, as appropriate.

    2.5. The Government of the United States of America shall ensure the return of all

    identified components and/or debris of Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster

    Units, and Russian Spacecraft recovered by U.S. Participants to Russian Consignees,

    immediately after completion of the launch failure investigation.

    2.6. The Parties agree to cooperate in resolving the issue of providing information

    necessary to determine the cause of the accident, and to authorize, by agreement with the

    authorized agencies of the Parties, through the issuance of licenses or permits, U.S.

    Consignees and Russian Consignees, respectively, to provide such information to the extent

    the national security interests and foreign policy of the respective States of the Parties permit.

    2.7. The Parties shall, through their authorized agencies, conduct prompt

    consultations and develop mutually agreed procedures and methods, which could be used in

    the course of investigation of the causes oflaunch failure.

    2.8. In the event of an incident or accident during the storage of or work with

    Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Payload Compartments, Spacecraft, Russian Technological

    Equipment, Related Equipment and Technical Data, in the territory of the State of either

    Party, the provisions of this Article shall apply, as appropriate.

    Article 8

    Settlement of Disputes

    Any dispute between the Parties regarding the interpretation and implementation of

    this Agreement shall be resolved by consultations through diplomatic channels.

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    Article 9

    Authorized Agencies

    1. In order to facilitate proper implementation of this Agreement and the

    accomplishment of its objectives, each Party shall designate its authorized agencies to carry

    out its obligations under this Agreement.

    2. The Government of the Russian Federation hereby designates the Federal

    Space Agency and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation as its authorized

    agencies.

    3. The Government of the United States of America hereby designates the

    Department ofState and the Department ofDefense as its authorized agencies.

    4. A Party may replace its designated authorized agency (agencies) by written

    notice to the other Party through diplomatic channels.

    Article 10

    Relation to Other Agreements

    Cooperation under this Agreement shall take place without prejudice to the Parties'

    fulfillment of obligations under other international agreements to which they are party.

    Article 11

    Entry into Force, Duration and Termination

    1. This Agreement shall be applied provisionally as of the date of signature and

    shall enter into force upon exchange of diplomatic notes confirming that all relevant domestic

    procedures and requirements necessary for the entry into force of this Agreement have been

    fulfilled by the Parties. This Agreement shall remain in force until completion or termination

    of the "Sea Launch" Project, and the return of Russian Components of the Launch Vehicles,

    Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian Technological Equipment, Russian Related

    Equipment, and Russian Technical Data to the territory of the Russian Federation or other

    location approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.

    2. This Agreement may be amended by written agreement between the Parties.

    Amendments shall enter into force in accordance with the procedure established by

    paragraph 1 of this Article.

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    3. This Agreement may be tenninated by either Party upon the expiration of

    twelve months from the date of the written notification of its intentions to terminate this

    Agreement to the other Party.

    4. The obligations of the Parties set forth in this Agreement concerning security,

    disclosure and use of infonnation, and preclusion of unauthorized access to Russian

    Components of the Launch Vehicles, Booster Units, Russian Spacecraft, Russian

    Technological Equipment, Russian Related Equipment, and Russian Technical Data, and

    return thereof as a result of a delayed or cancelled launch to the territory of the Russian

    Federation or other location approved by the Government of the Russian Federation, and

    preclusion of unauthorized access to U.S. Spacecraft, Payload Compartments, U.S. Related

    Equipment, and U.S. Technical Data, and return thereof as a result of a delayed or cancelled

    launch to the territory of the United States of America or other location approved by the

    Government of the United States of America, or return to such locations of components

    and/or debris thereof resulting from a failed launch, incident or accident, shall continue to

    apply after the expiration or tennination of this Agreement.

    Done at Washington, this :Z... (~ day of March in the year 2006, in duplicate,

    each in the English and Russian languages, both texts being e u lly authentic.

    ~~~k FOR THE GOVERNMENT

    OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:

  • cor JIAIIIEHHE MEJK,ZJ;Y IIPABHTEJibCTBOM COE,lU1HEHHblX IllT A TOB AMEPHI

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    CTaTbH 2

    Onpe.r.eJJeHHH

    ,ll1ui ueneii ttacrn.snuero Cornamemu1 11cnoJIL3YIOTc.11 cne.ny1011111e TepMllHbI:

    1. "IlpoeKT "MopCKOH CTapT" - COTpY.LUIH'leCTBO MeX

  • NOTE: It is noted that the numbering for subsection 9 appears to be out of sequence on this page and the following page.

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    9.1.2. aMepHKaHCKHX KOCMHqecKHX arrnapaTOB, OTCeKOB IIOJie3HOrO rpy3a H

    COOTBeTCTBy10mero aMepHKaHCKoro o6opy.noBaHIDI (.nanee - "aMepHKaHCKHe TeXHHqeCKHe

    .naHHb1e").

    9.2. TaKaH HmpopMaUIDI BKJllOqaeT B cefo1, B qacTHOCTH, HHopMaIIHIO B BH,ne

    TeXHHqecKHX npoeKTOB, qepTe)J{eH, oTOrpaHH, BH,neOMaTepHaJIOB, IIJiaHOB, HHCTpYKUHH,

    KOMilbIOTepHoro rrporpaMMHOro o6ecrreqeHH.ll H .npyroli ,UOKyMeHTau;HH.

    10. ")J,eHTeJibHOCTb B paMKax rrpoeKTa "MopcKOH CTapT" - Bee .neii:cTBH.ll B paMKax

    rrpoeKTa "MopcKOH CTilpT":

    10.1. OT rrepBOHaqanbHOro o6cy)J{,neHH.ll TeXHHqecKHX BOIIpOCOB .no 3aBepmeHH.ll

    HJIH npeKpameHH.ll npoeKTa "MopCKOH CTapT";

    10.2. B03BpameHHe poCCHHCKHX KOMIIOHeHTOB paKeT-HOCHTeJieH, pa3rOHHbIX

    6JIOKOB, pOCCHHCKHX KOCMHqeCKHX annapaTOB, pOCCHHCKoro TeXHOJiornqecKoro

    o6opy,noBaHH.ll, COOTBeTCTBy10mero pOCCHHCKoro o6opy,noBaHH.ll H poCCHHCKHX TeXHHqeCKl!X

    .naHHbIX Ha TeppHTOpHIO PoCCHHCKOH e,nepau;HH HJIH B HHOe MeCTO, o,no6peHHOe

    TipaBHTeJibCTBOM PoccHlicKoli e.nepau;HH;

    10.3. B03BpameHHe B cnyqae Hey,naqHoro JanycKa mo6bIX o6Hapy)J{eHHbIX H

    H,UeHTHHu;HpoBaHHblX KOMIIOHeHTOB HIHJIH o6JIOMKOB pOCCHHCKHX KOMIIOHeHTOB paKeT

    HOCHTeJieli, pa3rOHHbIX 6noKOB H pOCCHHCKHX KOCMHqecKHX anrrapaTOB Ha TeppHTOpHIO

    PoccHHCKOH e.nepau;HH HJIH B HHoe MeCTO, o.no6peHHOe TipaBHTeJibCTBOM PoccHHCKOH

    e.nepau;HH.

    11. "TinaHbl 3aIUHTbl TeXHOJIOrHH 11 - JII06b1e IIJiaHbl, KOTOpbie pa3pa6aTbIBaIOTC.ll

    COBMeCTHO aMepHKaHCKHMH i

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    12. "PoccHHCKHe yqacTHHKH 11 - mo6bie $H3H'IeCKHe HnH IOpH,nH'IeCKHe nHua

    (BKilIOtiasi, B qacTHOCTH, pOCCHHCKHX KOHCHrHaTOpOB, HX no,npS!,n'IHKOB, cy6no.npa,nqHKOB,

    cny)KaIUHX HJIH npe,ncTaBHTene:H), KOTOphle ocymecTBnXIOT .neaTenhHOCTh B paMKax npoeKTa

    "Mopcxo:H crapT", noMHMO aMepHKaHCKHX yqacrnHKOB, 6y.nh To nHua PoccH:Hcxo:H

    e.nepaUHH HJIH HHbie JIHUa, KOTOph!e HMeIOT nH6o MOryT HMeTb .noczyn K aMepHKaHCKHM

    KOCMH'IeCKHM annapaTaM, OTCeKaM noneJHOro rpy3a, COOTBeTCTBYIOIUeMy aMepHKaHCKOMY

    o6opy,noaaHHIO HIHnH aMepHKaHcKHM TeXHHtiecKHM ,naHHhIM H Haxo.naTca no.n IOpHc,nHKUHeii:

    HIHnH KOHTponeM PoccH:Hcxo:H e.nepaUHH.

    13. "AMepHKaHCKHe yqaCTHHKH 11 ·- nI06bJe $H3H'IeCKHe HilH IOpH,nHtieCKHe nHua

    (BKillO'IaSI, B qacTHOCTH, aMepHKaHCKHX KOHCHrHaTopoB, HX no.npsi,ntIHKOB, cy6no.npa,n'IHKOB,

    cny)KaIUHX HJIH npe,ncTaBHTene:H), KOTOpb!e ocymecTBnSIIOT .nesiTenbHOCTb B paMKaX npoeKra

    "MopcKo:H cTapT", noMHMO poccHii:CKHX yqacTHHKOB, 6y,nh TO nHua Coe.nHHeHHhIX llhaToB

    AMepHKH HnH HHbie JIHUa, KOTOphle HMeIOT nH6o MOryT HMeTb .noczyn K pOCCHHCKHM

    KOMilOHeHTaM paKeT-HOCHTene:H, pa3rOHHb!M 6noKaM, pocCHHCKHM KOCMH'IeCKHM annapaTaM,

    pOCCHHCKOMY TexHonorntieCKOMY o6opy.noaaHHIO, COOTBeTCTBYIOIUeMy pOCCHHCKOMY

    o6opy.noaaHHIO HIHnH poccHii:CKHM TeXHHtieCKHM ,naHHhIM H Haxo.naTca no.n IOpHC,nHKUHeii:

    HIHnH KOHTponeM Coe,nHHeHHhIX llhaTOB AMepHKH.

    14. "PoccHHCKHe KOHCHrHaTOpb!" - nI06b!e $HJH'IeCKHe HnH IOpH,nHtieCKHe nHua,

    KOTOpbIM B COOTBeTCTBHH c 3aKOHO,naTeJibCTBOM PoCCHHCKOH e.nepaUHH .nna yqaCTHSI B

    .nenenhHOCTH B paMKax npoeKTa "MopcKo:H CTapT" BbI.naHbl 3KCilOpTHbie nHueH3HH Ha Bh!B03

    poCCHHCKHX KOMilOHeHTOB paKeT-HOCHTeneli, pa3rOHHb!X 6noKOB, pocCHHCKHX KOCMH'IeCKHX

    annapaToB, pOCCHHCKOro TeXHOnOfHtieCKOfO o6opy,noaaHHX, COOTBeTCTBYIOIUero

    poccHHCKoro 06opy.noaaHHS1 H/HnH poccHii:CKHX TeXHHtiecKHX .naHHhIX B Coe.nHHeHHhie

    llhaThI AMepHKH.

    15. "AMepHKaHCKHe KOHCHrHaTOpbl 11 - nI06hle $H3HtieCKHe HnH IOpH,nH'IeCKHe

    nHua, KOTOpbIM a cooTBeTcTBHH c JaKoHo,naTenbCTBOM Coe.nHHeHHhIX lllTaTOB AMepHKH

    BhI.naHhl nHUeH3HH Ha yqacTHe B .nenenbHOCTH B paMKax npoeKra "MopCKOH CTapT".

    CT&TbH 3

    06mne DOJIO:ll\CHHH

    1. HacTOSIIUee CornameHHe onpe,nenaeT nopsi,noK ocymecTBneHHSI Mep no

    oxpaHe TexHonornil:, KOTOpOMY Heo6xo.nHMO cne,noBaTb npHMeHHTenbHO K .nesiTenbHOCTH B

    paMKax npoeKra "MopcKoii: crapT", a TOM •mcne nopa,noK ocymecTBneHHSI KOHTpOna Ja

    .noczynoM K pOCCHHCKHM KOMilOHeHTaM paKeT-HOCHTene:H, pa3rOHHb!M 6noKaM,

    KOCMH'IeCKHM annapaTaM, OTCeKaM IlOJie3HOrO rpyJa, poCCHHCKOMY TeXHOJ!OfH'IeCKOMY

  • NOTE: It is noted that the numbering for subsection 2 appears to be out of sequence on this page.

  • NOTE: It is noted that the numbering for subsection 5 appears to be out of sequence on this page.

  • NOTE: It is noted that the numbering for subsection 6 appears to be out of sequence on this page.

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    8. C .nomKHhIM yqeToM ue1m Hacrnsnn:ero Corrramemrn CrnpOHbI cornamaJOTCSI c TeM,

    ~o HacToSimee CorrrameHHe He orpamPrnBaeT rronHoMoqHli CTopoH rrpe.nrrpHHHMaTb

    Ha,nlle)f(aIUHe .nelicTBHSI B COOTBeTCTBHH c 3llKOHO,naTeJibCTBOM H IIOJIHTHKOH CBOHX

    COOTBeTCTBYIOIUHX rocy.napcTB.

    CT8TbH 4

    TexHn11ecKue llSHHLle, pacKpLITHe KOTOpLIX palpemaeTcH

    1. PoccuiicKne Texau11ecKue .naHHLie

    1.1. TipamrrenbCTBo PoccHlicKoli · e.nepau1m: pa3pemaeT poccHHCKHM

    KOHcHrnarnpaM rrepe.naBaTb TipaBHTent:.cTily Coe.n1meHHbIX lllTarnB AMepHKH H/HnH

    aMepHKaHCKHM yqacTHHKaM TOJlbKO cne.nyromHe pOCCHHCKHe TeXHHqecKHe .naHHble:

    no poccuiicKHM KocMuqecKHM annapaTaM:

    1.1.1. rrapaMeTpbl op6HTbI, OKHO 3arryc1yHKUHH corrpSI)f(eHHSI, KOTOpbie

    OIIHCblBaJOT napaMeTpbl MeXaHlfqeCKOH H 3JieKTplfqeCKOH CTbIKOBKH poccHHCKHX

    KOCMHqecKHX arrrrapaTOB c paKeTaMH-HOCHTeJISIMH H pa3rOHHblMH 6JIOKaMH;

    1.1.3. ra6apHTHbie pa3Mepbl; Macca; ueHTp U:>KecTH; THI! o6onoqKH; .UHHaMHqecKaSI

    Harpy3Ka; IlOTpe6nSieMM MOin;HOCTbf,llaHHb!e rio CTa6HJIH3aUHH IIHTaHHSI; rrapaMeTpbl

    CTblKOBoqHoro nepexo.nHoro ycTpolicTBa; ·

    1.1.4. .naHHble OTHOCHTeJibHO HamfqHSI HnH OTCyTCTBHSI Ha pOCCHHCKHX KOCMHqecKHX

    arrnaparnx HIHnH B COCTaBe COOTBeTCTBYIOlliern poCCHHCKOro o6opy.uoBaHHSI ycTpOHCTB

    HiHJIH KOMIIOHeHTOB c pa.uHoaKTHBHMMH .::ineMe~TaMH HIHJIH HCTOqHHKOB HOHH3Hpyromero,

    aeycTHqecKoro HJIH 3JieKTpOMarHHTHoro H3JiyqeHHSI;

    1.1.5. .uaHHble OTHOCHTeJibHO inpb!BOIIO)f(apo6e30IIaCHOCTH H HaJIHqHSJ Ha

    poccHHCKHX KOCMHqecKHX arrnapa:rax TOKCHtIHblX HJIH B HHbIX OTHomeHHSIX orracHhIX llJISI

    )f(H3HH H 31l0pOBbSI qenoBeKa HnH JlJISl OKpy)KaJOi::n:'eli cpellbl BemecTB;

    1.1.6. napaMeTpbl TOIIJIHBa; cxeMy pa6oqHX qaCTOT, BKJIJO'laSI TeneMeTpHIO,

    CJie)f(eHHe H yrrpaBJieHHe; HHl}>OpMaumo no CHCTeMe 6e30IIaCHOCTH; ,llaHHble 06 HCIIbITaHHSIX;

    xapaKTepHCTHKH OT.UeneHHSI; !laHHbie 0 pocCHHCKOM TeXHOJiornqecKOM o6opy.uoBamrn H

    COOTBeTCTBYIOIUeM pOCCHHCKOM o6opy.uoBamrn; rpal}>HKH rrpoBen;eHHSI HCIIb!TaHHli/rroneTOB

    H 3anyc1

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    no paJrOHHLIM 6JIOKaM, poccuiiCKOM}' TeXHOJIOrH'leCKOMY

    o6opyilOB3HHIO H COOTBeTCTByromeMy poccuiicKOM}' o6opy)lOB3HHIO:

    1.1.7. napaMeTJJbl TPaeKTOPHH Bb1Be,neum1 H .nocTHraeMOH op6HTbl Ha MOMeHT

    OT}leJieHHR KOCMH'leCKHX annapaTOB, napaMeTpbl opHeHTaIIHH npH BbIBe.neHHH, napaMeTJJbl

    TpaeKTOpHH paJrOHHbIX 6JIOKOB nocne yBO.na c ueneBOil: op6HTbl;

    1.1.8. .naHHbie OTHOCHTeJibHO HaJUl"IHR HJIH OTCYTCTBIDI Ha pa3roHHblX 6JIOKaX WHJIH

    B COCTaBe poCCHHCKoro TeXHOJIOrH'leCKoro o6opy.noBaHIDI H COOTBeTCTByIOmero

    pOCCHHCKOro o6opy.noBaHHR YC'IpoHCTB u/HJIH KOMnoueHTOB c pa.nuoaKTHBHbIMH

    3JieMeHTaMH WHJIH HCTO"IHHKOB HOHH3Hpy10wero; aKYCTH'lecKoro HJIH 3JieKTJJOMaruurnoro

    1.1.9. .C(aHHbie OTHOCHTeJibHO B3phlBOno:>Kapo6eJonacuocTH H HaJIH'IIDI ua paJrOHHblX

    6JIOKax TOKCH'IHblX HJIH B HHbIX OTHOIIIeHIDIX onaCHblX .IVIR :>KHJHH H 3,nopoBbR qeJIOBeKa HJIH

    .nm1 oKpy:>Karomeil: cpe,nbI BemecTB;

    1.1.10. .naHHbie no rOTOBHOCTH K HCIIbITaHIDIM H nycKY paJrOHHbIX 6noKOB,

    HCilbITaHHRM poccuiicKoro TeXHOJIOfHT~ecKoro o6opy.noBaHHR H COOTBeTcTBy10mero

    pOCCHHCKoro o6opy.noBaHHR; .naHHble no JaMe"laHHRM, OTKaJaM H uewTaTHbIM curyauHRM;

    1.1.11. ,naHHble no poCCHHCKHM KOMnOHeHTaM paKeT-HOCHTeJieil:, paJrOHHbIM 6JIOKaM,

    poccuiicKOMy TeXHOJIOrH'leCKOMY o6opy.nosaumo H COOTBeTCTBy10meMy pOCCHHCKOMY

    o6opy.noBaHHlO, ueo6xo.nHMble .IVIR HHTerpauHH c paKeTaMH:-HOCHTeJIRMH, KOCMH"leCKHMH

    annapaTaMH, OTCeKaMH noneJHoro rpyJa, aMepHKaHCKHM H yKpaHHCKHM TeXHOJIOfH"leCKHM

    o6opy.noBaHHeM;

    1.1.12. pe3yJibTaThI HHTerpal.(HH pa3rOHHblX 6JIOKOB, poccHHCKOfO TeXHOJIOrH'leCKOro

    o6opy.noBaHHR H COOTBeTCTBy10mero pOCCHHCKOro o6opy.noBaHIDI c paKeTaMH-HOCHTeJI.llMH,

    KOCMH'leCKHMH annapaTaMH, OTCeKaMH IIOJie3HOro rpy3a H COOTBeTCTBYlOinHM

    aMepHKaHCKHM06opy.noBaHHeM;

    1.1.13. .naHHbie TeJieMeTpH"leCKHX H3MepeHHH no paJrOHHblM 6JIOKaM H pOCCHHCKOMY

    TeXHOJIOrH'leCKOMY o6opy.nosaHHlO, ueo6xo,nHMble .IVIR npoBe,neHHR nocnenonernoro

    aHaJIH3a, H pe3yJibTaTbl nocnenoneTHOfO aHaJIH3a;

    1.1.14. napaMeTJJbl paKernoro rnmrnBa paJrouuoro 6noKa;

    1.1.15. HOMHHaJibI pa60'IHX tJaCTOT TeJieMeTJJH"leCKHX H KOMaH,nHo-nporpaMMHbIX

    CHCTeM;

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    1.1.16. 3KCrrrryaTalll'IOHHru! ,ZJ;OKYMeHTauIDI ITO pll3roHHhlM 6JIOKaM H poCCHHCKOMy

    TeXHOJIOrH'leCKOMy o6opy,noBaHHIO B o6'beMe, He06XO.llHMOM .!I.ml rrpoBe,neHID! COBMeCTHhlX

    orrepaQHii rrpH rro.nroToBKe H rrycKe;

    1.1.17. rrocrre,noBaTeJlhHOCTh li pe3yJI1>TaTb1 IIJlaHOBhlX IIOJieTHhIX co6bITHH H

    MaHeBpOB Ha op6HTe c 11eJibIO o6ecrre'leHHR 6e30ilaCHOCTH H Ha,ne)l(HQCTH pll3roHHhIX

    6JIOKOB;

    1.1.18. KpHTepHH, IIJiaHhl, nopR,nOK npoBe,neHIDI, aHaJIH3hl H pe3yrrhTaTbl HCilhITaHHH

    nporpaMMHoro o6ecrre'leHHlI H rrpH?o_poB CHCTeMhI 6eJonacHOCTH norreTa paJrOHHhlX

    6JIOKOB;

    1.1.19. ycJIOBHlI cpe,nhI, B. KOTOpoii: OKaJbIBaeTClI CHCTeMa 6eJonaCHOCTH norreTa

    paJrOHHhlX 6noKOB B rroneTe, BO BpeMJI xpaHeHHJI, npH o6crry)l(HBaHHH H TPaHcnopTHpOBKe, B

    11errRX onpe.nerreHHR RX COOTBe'\'CTBRlI HOpMaTHBHhIM TPe6oBaHHlIM (ycrroBHR cpe.nhl

    BKJilO'laIOT, B 'laCTHOCTH, HJMepeHHR BH6pa1IHH, y,napoB, ycKopeHHR, TeMneparyphl H

    ,naBJieHIDI);

    1.1.20. CTaTHCTH'leCKHe .naHHbie 0 Ha,ne)l(HOCTH paJroHHhlX 6JIOKOB H CHCTeMbl

    6e'30ilaCHOCTH norreTOB.

    1.2. KoHKpernhlii nepelleHh H o6'beM rrepe.naBaeMhIX pocrniiCKHX TeXHH'leCKHX

    ,naHHhIX rro,nne)l(aT yTBep)f()leHHIO ynorrHo"MoqeHHhIMH Be,noMCTBaMH ITpaBHTeJihCTBa

    PoccHHCKOH e.nepa11HH, HaJHa'leHHhIMH B cooTBeTCTBHH co CraTheii 9 HaCTOJilllero

    CornarneHID!.

    1.3. 3arrpOChl Ha nepe.na'IY llOIIOJIHHTeIIhHhIX pOCCHHCKHX TeXHH'leCKHX llaHHhlX

    .non)l(HhI HanpaBJllIThCR ITpaBHTeJI.hCTBY Pocc11iicKoii e.nepa11HH llepeJ yrroJIHOMO'leHHoe

    Be,ZJ;OMCTBO TipaBHTeJibCTBa PoccHHCKO'ii e,nepauHH, HaJHa'leHHOe B COOTBeTCTBHH co

    CTaTheii 9 HacToRmero Cornarnemu;:

    1.4. B cooTBeTCTBHH c HaCTOlilllHM CornarneHReM He paJpernaeTClI H

    TipaBHTeJihCTBO PocceiicKoii e.nepa11mi: 3arrpemaeT pocceiicKHM y'laCTHHKaM OKaJhIBaTh

    rr106oe co.neiicTBHe, KacaiomeeclI rrpoeKTHpoaaHIDI, KOHCTPYRPOBaHHlI, pa3pa6oTKH,

    rrpOH3BO,ZJ;CTBa, o6pa60TKH, HJfOTOBJieHHlI, . RCilOJih30BaHHlI, 3KCIIJIYaTallHH, Kal1HTaJihHOf0

    peMOHTa, TeKymero peMOHTa, TeXHH'leCi.WfO o6CJP,T)l(HBaHHlI, MO.!lHcpHKallHH, yrry'IIIIeHHlI

    xapaKTepHCTHK HJIH MO,nepHH3aQHH aMepHKaHCKHX KOCMH'leCKHX arrnapaTOB H OTCeKOB

    rrorreJHOH BarpyJKH, ecrre TaKoe co.neiicrnee cne11earrhHO He paJperneHo ITpaBHTeJihCTBOM

    Pocc11iicKoii e.nepa1111e.

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    2. AMepnKauc1rne Texuu'leCKHe JJ,aHHble

    2.1. IlpaauTeJibCTBO Coe.nnuenublX illTaTOB AMepnKn pa3pewaeT aMepHKaHCKHM

    KOHCHrHaTOpaM nepe.naaaTb IlpaBHTeJibCTBY PoccuH:cKOH e.nepauuu H/HJIH pOCCHHCKHM

    yqacTHHKaM TOJibKO crre.nyJOUlHe aMepHKaHCKHe TeXHH'leCKHe .naHHhie:

    2.1.1. napaMeTPbl op6HTbl, OKHO JanyCKa;

    2.1.2. TexuuqecKHe ,llaIJHhie o. Tune, cnoco6e u yHKUHH conpx>KeHIDI, KOTOpb1e

    onHCbIBaJOT napaMeTpbI MeXaHH'leCKOH ..u: 3JieKTpH'leCKOH CTblKOBKH KOCMH'leCKHX annapaTOB

    H OTCeKOB norre3Horo rpy3a c paKeT.a?.fH-HOCHTe.'UIMH H pa3roHHbIMH 6rroKaMn;

    2.1.3. ra6apnTHb1e pa3Mepb1; Macca; ueuTp TH)l(ecm; mn o6orro'1Ku; .nnuaMnqecKa11

    uarpy3Ka; noTPe6rr11eMax MOIUHOCTb/JJ.aHHble no CTa6HJIH3aUHH nHTaHHll (BKIDO'laR, B

    'laCTHOCTH, OTHOCRillHeCll K KO.CM,H'leCKHM ~~napaTaM H OTCeKaM norre3Horo rpyJa) H

    napaMeTPhI CThIKOBO'IHoro nepexo.nuoro ycTPoil:crna;

    2.1.4. ,naHHbie OTHOCHTeJibHO Ha.JIH'IHll HJIH OTCYTCTBHll Ha KOCMH'leCFHX annapaTax

    u/urru B cocTaBe coorneTcrnyroruero a.MepnKaHcKoro 06opy.noaauu11 YCTPOHCTB u/nrru

    KOMnOHeHTOB c pa.nnoaKTHBHbIMH 3JieMeHTaMH WJL'IH HCTO'IHHKOB HOHH3Hpy10ruero,

    aKYCTH'lecKoro nrru 3JieKTPOMarnnrnoro u3rryqeum1;

    2.1.5. .naHHbie OTHOCHTeJibHO B3pbIBOnO)l(apo6eJonacuocTH H Ha.JIH'IIDI Ha

    KOCMH'leCKHX annaparnx TOKCH'IHbIX HnH B HHblX OtHOIIIeHHllX onaCHbIX JJ.Jill >KH3HH H

    3JJ.OpoBbll qerroBeKa HJIH .nrr11 0Kpy)l(a10meii: cpe.ilbl Bewecrn;

    2.1.6. napaMeTPbI Tonrrnaa; cxeMy pa6oqux qaCTOT, BKJIIO'lall TeJieMeTPHIO,

    crre>Keune H ynpaBrreuue; uuopMamuo no cucTeMaM 6eJonacuocTu; .naHHbie 06

    HCnbITaHHllX; xapaKTepHCTHKH 0T.neneun11; µ;aHHbie 0 COOTBeTCTBYJOIUeM aMepHKaHCKOM

    o6opy.noBaHHlf; rpaHKH np0Be.neuu11 ucnhITauuii/noneTOB u JanycKoa;

    2.1.7. JJ.aHHbie TeJieMeTPH'leCKHX H3MepeHHH no KOCMH'leCKHM annapaTaM,

    ueo6xo,nHMbie .nrr11 np0Be.neuu11 nocnenoneTHOro auanuJa, pe3yrrbTaTh1 nocnenoneTuoro

    aHa.JIHJa; H

    2.1.8. 3KCnrryaTaUHOHHaR OTHOClllUaRCll K npoue.nypaM,

    ocyruecTBJilleMblM c yqacrneM poCCHHCKHX yqacTHHKOB.

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