Soyuz 2-1b/Fregat M launches Glonass navsat for Russia as end of line approaches for Rockot

by | Feb 8, 2016 | Launches, Military space, Russia, Satellites | 0 comments

At 0021 GMT on 7 February 2015, a Soyuz 2-1b/Fregat M was launched from the Plesetsk launch site in Northern Russia.  Aboard the rocket was a Glonass M51, more formally known as Cosmos 2514, which is a navigation satellite on its way to a Medium Earth Orbit with parameters 19,132 km x 19,158 km x 64.8 degrees inclination.

Meantime, Plesetsk will be losing one of its launch vehicles. It has been confirmed that only two more Rockot (Rokot) missions will be flown.

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