July 9, 2014

At 15.58 (19.58, Moscow time) on July 8, 2014 Soyuz-2.1b booster with Fregat upper stage  and seven space devices: Russian Meteor-M meteorological satellite, Russian MKA-FKI research satellite, American SkySat-2 Earth remote sensing satellite, Russian DX-1 satellite designed by Dauria Aerosapce Private Company, British TechDemoSat-1  Earth remote sensing satellite, British UKube-1 satellite designed for research and educational purposes, Norwegian AISSAT-2 nano satellite was successfully launched from #31 launching pad of Baikonur spaceport.

According to the time schedule all satellites were successfully set into target orbits.

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