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Russian Satellite Glonass-M Successfully Put to Target Orbit
25.09.2017 16:10
Russian Satellite Glonass-M Successfully Put to Target Orbit

The rocket with the satellite was launched from the Plesetsk Spaceport.

      The Russian navigational spacecraft Glonass-M reached the target orbit at the estimated time, the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

      The satellite was delivered to the estimated orbit by means of the medium-class carrier rocket Soyuz-2.1b.

      At the moment, the satellite is controlled by ground facilities of the Titov Main Test Space Center of the Military Space Station. It is reported that the on-board satellite systems are operating as per normal.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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