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December 15, 2018
Categories: Satellites, Soyuz

The “Soyuz-ST-A” launch vehicle has been rolled out to the launch pad at the Guiana Space Centre to begin final preparations for liftoff.

Payload — CSO-1 is the first satellite of the Optical Space Component program, a constellation of three satellites dedicated to Earth observation.

The launch is scheduled for December 18 at 19:37 (Moscow time).

Photos by Arianespace

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