Proton M Breeze M successfully launches Raduga-1M3 military comsat (corrected)

by | Nov 12, 2013 | commercial launch services, Russia, Satellites | 0 comments

The Russian Raduga-1M3 military communications satellite was successfully launched by a Proton M Breeze M launch vehicle flying out of the Baikonur Cosmodrome near Tyuratam in Kazakhstan at 2346 GMT on 11 November.  The spacecraft was reported by its manufacturer ISS Reshetnev to be doing well.

About Seradata

Seradata produce the renowned SpaceTrak Launch & Satellite Database. Trusted by 100 of the world’s leading Space organisations, SpaceTrak is a fully queryable database used for market analysis, failure/risk assessment, spectrum analysis and space situational awareness (SSA).

For more information go to www.seradata.com/spacetrak

Related Articles

Virgin Orbit launches seven US Space Force satellites in first night-time launch

Following the lift off of carrier aircraft "Cosmic Girl" at 0549 GMT from the Mojave Air and Space Port, California Read more

Atlas V launches two USSF payloads: WFOV and USSF-12 2 (Corrected)

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) successfully launched an Atlas V 541/RL-10 C1/GEM-63 launch vehicle from Cape Canaveral, USA at 2315 Read more

ISRO successfully launches PSLV-C53 with solar cell covered last stage becoming a satellite in its own right (Corrected)

India's space agency and industrial conglomerate, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), has successfully launched its PSLV CA rocket on Read more

SpaceX launches C-band telecomms satellite SES-22

At  2104 GMT on 29 June, a SpaceX Falcon 9v1.2FT Block 5 rocket was successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, USA. Read more

Airbus UK receives order for FORUM – the ninth ESA Earth Explorer mission

ESA has selected Airbus UK, Stevenage, to lead the FORUM construction project, according to an announcement on 28 June. The Read more

D-2/Atlacom-1 satellite changes hands mid-orbit

New-space satellite manufacturer NanoAvionics has sold off the D-2/Atlacom-1 satellite that is already in orbit – a rarity since satellites Read more

Electron launches NASA funded CAPSTONE mission to test Near Rectilinear Halo Orbit planned for Lunar Gateway

Rocket Lab successfully launched an Electron rocket from Māhia Peninsula, New Zealand, at 0955 GMT on 28 June, to an Read more

First Ariane 5 launch of 2022: MEASAT 3D and GSAT-24 successfully deployed

At 2150 GMT on 22 June 2022, two communications satellites MEASAT 3D and GSAT-24 were successfully launched on the first Read more

Categories

Archives