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New crew vessel on its way to the ISS

September 12th, 2017 by

Rocket: Soyuz FG; Payload: Soyuz MS-06; Date: 12 September 2017, 2117 UTC; Launch site: Baikonur, Kazakhstan. The spacecraft arrived in its orbit nine minutes after lift-off and was expected to dock with the International Space Station at 0257 UTC.

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Proton M lofts Amazonas 5 for Hispasat

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Rocket: Proton M/Briz M; Payload: Amazonas 5; Date: 11 September 2017, 1923 UTC; Launch site: Baikonur, Kazakhstan. The multi-mission Amazonas 5, designed and built for Hispasat, is successfully performing post-launch manoeuvres according to plan.

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Glavkosmos, GK Launch Services and Lavochkin to co-operate

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Glavkosmos, GK Launch Services, and Lavochkin Science and Production Association have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation. The key area of the joint work will be the use of the Fregat Upper Stage and its modifications to expand business opportunities in provision of launch services by GK Launch Services.

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MHI to launch first Inmarsat-6 satellite aboard H-IIA

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Inmarsat has selected Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) as the launch provider for the first satellite in the Inmarsat-6 fleet.

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SES selects Arianespace and Soyuz for its 5th MEO launch

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SES has selected Arianespace for its fifth launch of four O3b satellites joining the O3b Medium Earth Orbit fleet. The mission on a Soyuz rocket will be conducted from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, in 2019.

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SES selects Arianespace for launch of SES-17

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SES has selected Arianespace to launch its high-power, high-throughput satellite SES-17 on an Ariane 5 in 2021 from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana.

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