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Right ventricular systole is pumping blood into the PULMONARY ARTERIES just as left ventricular systole is pumping blood into the AORTA -- both at the same time.

Source: http://library.med.Utah.edu/kw/pharm/hyper_heart1.html

In right ventricular systole, the blood enters the pulmonary trunk before proceding into the pulmonary arteries.

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