Category : Satellites
December 25, 2013

Three military space devices launched by Rokot booster and Briz-KM from Plesetsk spaceport on Wednesday were successfully orbited, – Russian…

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December 18, 2013

New Russian light booster Soyuz-2.1V with Volga addon stage and Aist satellite made by students was installed onto the launching pad of Plesetsk spaceport, Russian Aerospace Defense troops press office representative Colonel Dmitry Zenin reported on Wednesday.

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December 9, 2013

British communication satellite InmarSat 5-F1 separated from Briz-M upper stage and was placed under the management of the ordering party, - Roscosmos representative reported.

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December 6, 2013

Russia and Armenia can launch satellite in 3 years if we conclude the contract in 2014, - Roscosmos Head deputy Sergey Savelyev reported.

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December 6, 2013

Following the decision of State comission, on December 5 Proton-M launch vehicle with Briz-M upper stage and Inmarsat 5F-1 communication satellite was rolled to and installed on the launch pad of Baikonur spaceport's site 200.

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December 3, 2013

Preparation works for the launch of Proton-M booster with Inmarsat 5F-1 space devices are carried out in accordance with the schedule, - Khrunichev Centre press-office reports.

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November 29, 2013

Russia has no space launches planned for January 2014, but three planned for February. All these launches will take place from Baikonur spaceport, - the spokesman for aerospace industry reported on Friday.

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November 28, 2013

3 launches of GLONASS navigational system satellites are planned for 2014, - Aerospace Defense Force commander major-general Alexander Golovko stated.

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November 22, 2013

“Rokot” booster with 3 European Swarm satellites designed to study earth’s magnetic field was launched from Plesetsk spaceport, representative of Russian Defense Ministry reported.

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November 21, 2013

“Dnepr” booster designed on the basis of RS-20 “Voyevoda” intercontinental ballistic missile (SS-18 “Satan” according to NASA classification) set several foreign space devices of different purposes into the low-earth orbit.

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