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Soyuz Rocket with 73 Satellites Launched from Baikonur
14.07.2017 12:09
Soyuz Rocket with 73 Satellites Launched from Baikonur

The Soyuz-2.1a booster with the Earth remote sensing device Canopus-V-IC and 72 small satellites has been launched from the Baikonur Spaceport today, July 14.

This was reported by Roscosmos to journalists.

"The launch took place at the estimated time," - a representative of the organization said.

Previously, the Roscosmos state corporation informed that the launch vehicle would set a head unit with a record number of satellites to a near-earth orbit.

Upper-stage rocket should enter the atmosphere of the Earth at 18:19 Moscow time; afterwards it will be submerged in the water of the Indian Ocean.



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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Satellites Baikonur Spaceport    

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