PICTURES: Sicral 1B launch

by | Apr 20, 2009 | Seradata News | 0 comments

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credit Italian Ministry of Defence

View from Sea Launch Commander of Sicral 1B launch, picture courtesy of the Italian Ministry of Defense. Launched today at 09:16h GMT by a Zenit-3SL rocket operating from the Sea Launch platform, positioned at the equator in the Pacific Ocean

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credit Italian Ministry of Defence

View from Odyssey launch platform of Sicral 1B launch, picture courtesy of the Italian Ministry of Defense. Launched today at 09:16h GMT by a Zenit-3SL rocket operating from the Sea Launch platform, positioned at the equator in the Pacific Ocean

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