November 26, 2019

On November 25, 2019, at 20:52 (Moscow time) from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in the Arkhangelsk Region was launched the “Soyuz 2.1v” light carrier rocket (developed in the RSC “Progress”, part of Roscosmos State Corporation) with a spacecraft, designed in the interests of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

The launch of the satellite into the calculated orbit took place normally.

Two minutes after the launch, the “Soyuz-2.1v” launch vehicle was accepted for control by the ground-based automated complex of the Main Testing Space Center.

At the estimated time, the device was launched into the target orbit and accepted for control by the Aerospace Forces of Russia.

A stable telemetric connection has been established with the satellite, the systems operate normally.

This is the fifth launch of the “Soyuz-2” launch vehicle, performed in 2019 from the Plesetsk cosmodrome.

The previous launch of “Soyuz-2” was successfully performed on September 26.

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