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Proton-M to Orbit Turkish Communication Satellite
16.10.2015 16:53
Proton-M to Orbit Turkish Communication Satellite

The carrier rocket Proton-M with the Turkish communication satellite Turksat-4B will be launched from the Baikonur spaceport at 11:40 pm Moscow time on Friday, October 16, 2015.

      It is expected that Turksat-4B will be set to the geostationary Clark orbit of 36 thousand kilometers high at 08:53 am Moscow time on Saturday, October 17.

      The final injection will be provided with the transfer orbit stage Breeze-M.

      It is a reminder, that Proton-M placed the Russian communication satellite Express AM8 to orbit on September 15.

       


Sources: http://rusplt.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Proton-M Space Exploration Satellites Orbit  

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