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  • still scheduled for Apr 28 The 23rd Raduga Rainbow geostationary comsat was launched by Proton from Baykonur on Apr 14 The satellite is used principally for Soviet government and military communications Other news Kosmos 2016 launched on Apr 4 is a VMF Soviet Navy navigation satellite part of a system analogous to the USN Transit Kosmos 2017 launched on Apr 6 is a GRU spy satellite based on the Vostok

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.12 (2016-04-29)
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  • on Apr 27 leaving space unoccupied by humans for the first time since Feb 1987 The Progress 41 cargo freighter undocked from the Mir complex last week and reentered The attempt to launch STS 30 was scrubbed today at T

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.13 (2016-04-29)
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  • Instead of being deorbited according to NORAD tracking it ended up in a 124x390 km orbit It then slowly decayed reentering at 1202 GMT on Apr 25 from an orbit with a perigee of 94 km This could indicate an engine underburn possibly due to lack of fuel after the unplanned boost of the Mir station to a storage orbit The Foton 2 materials processing flight was orbited on Apr

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.14 (2016-04-29)
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  • A Titan 34D IUS payload was launched toward geostationary orbit on May 10 from Cape Canaveral its payload is probably a pair of Phase III Defense Satellite Communications System DSCS III sats This is the 5th US space launch of the year The second Foton satellite launched on Apr 26 carries a French materials processing experiment It is due to land on May 12 Kosmos 2019 was launched on May

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.15 (2016-04-29)
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  • 1989 no 16 The second Foton satellite launched on Apr 26 landed on May 12 as predicted Kosmos 2019 was launched on May 5 it is a GRU recon satellite Otherwise it s all quiet on the High Frontier c

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.16 (2016-04-29)
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  • II launch due for tonight if weather allows Kosmos 2020 is up The first launch of the Ariane 44L due soon Rather a quiet patch at the moment though Have a nice long weekend I m forced to take it

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.17 (2016-04-29)
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  • 2021 launched May 24 by RN Soyuz from Plesetsk is another GRU recon satellite probably a Vostok class payload and probably landed around Jun 7 Meanwhile Kosmos 2019 landed on May 18 after a 13 day flight The first Resurs F satellite launched May 25 also by RN Soyuz from Plesetsk is another Vostok class payload this time for earth resources photography The data is used by the Priroda center Other satellites in the same series have flown under the Kosmos name like Kosmos 2000 earlier this year civilian applications are slowly being declassified and removed from the Kosmos series Pravda reports that two separable Pion air density research subsatellites were carried into orbit with Resurs F The satellites built by students at the Korolev Aviation Institute in Kubyshev have not yet been catalogued by NORAD Three GLONASS navigation satellites Kosmos 2022 2023 2024 were launched on May 31 by RN Proton from Baykonur into 19000 km orbits Yet another recon satellite Kosmos 2025 orbited Jun 1 from Plesetsk no details yet on Kosmos 2026 launched Jun 7 The first launch of the 44L version of Ariane 4 was successful on Jun 5 The payloads were Superbird 1 a commercial

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.18 (2016-04-29)
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  • known as L SAT Ariane 4 will now be the standard Ariane variant The first Resurs F remote sensing satellite was recovered on Jun 17 after 23 days in orbit a second Resurs F satellite went into space on Jun 27 On Jul 5 another similar remote sensing satellite also operated by the Priroda center was launched and given the name Kosmos 2029 the distinction between the satellites given the new Resurs F name and similar satellites which are still given the Kosmos code name is not clear yet Another Soviet program was further declassified with the launch on Jul 4 of Nadezhda a civilian navigation satellite The Nadezhda satellite carries Doppler type navigation equipment and a COSPAS SARSAT search and rescue system Satellites of this class have been launched for over a decade with Kosmos codenames it appears that the various civilian subprograms are being separated from the Kosmos program and declassified Two recent launches by Proton to geostationary orbit Raduga 1 on Jun 21 and Gorizont on Jul 5 Previous Raduga satellites have been named simply Raduga rather than Raduga 1 so this may imply that a Raduga 2 model will be introduced soon Kosmos 2026 launched Jun

    Original URL path: http://planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.19 (2016-04-29)
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