Cosmos 2500, a Glonass M navigation satellite was successfully launched by a Soyuz 2-1B/Fregat M rocket at 1716 GMT on 14 June 2014. The launch took place from the Plesetsk launch site in Northern Russia. Apart from normal Glonass transmitters, the spacecraft is also carrying a demonstration payload for transmissions in the L3 Band.
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