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Information about Proton rocket
« on: 06/22/2009 07:42 AM »
Morning all,

Here is what I think I know about the Proton rocket.

Proton-K 336-02 for Mir and 337-01 for Kvant featured the RD-253 engines enhanced to 106½% thrust and the RD-0210/0211 to 101½%.

The RD-253 were enhanced to 102% as standard on Proton-K from serial 353-01, but the first to fly was 356-02 with Fobos-1 (65 flew and one serial number is unallocated).

Proton-K 386-01 introduced the next major change; a new engine was introduced, the RD-275 with 107% thrust of the RD-253.

For use in the Proton-M the RD-275 were enhanced to 102% with the goal of achieving 105% upgrade in the future (that is 112% above the original thrust levels of the RD-253). The RD-0210/0211 to 105%. Proton-K 395-02 for PAS-8 in November 4, 1998 tested these engines.

Another feature of Proton-M is they vent propellent from the expended 1st and 2nd stages to prevent contamination of the ground. At the time of the second Proton failure in 1999 three had already flown that year with this feature on their first stage. I assume such a change was introduced sequentially into the Protons so they would be 396-01 with Telstar-6, 396-02 with Nimiq-1 and 397-01 with Astra-1H.

I have the impression (but no hard facts) that Proton-K 395-01 for Zarja introduced the first stage venting as a standard feature, and also tested the enhanced engines.

The enhanced Proton-M RD-0210/0211 led to the Phase II engines in Proton-K; with no change in thrust.

Proton-Ms 535-01 and 535-02 featured additional telemetry instrumentation; this was removed from 535-03 onwards. From 535-05 mass was further reduced by using isogrid design and high-strength aluminium alloys. (Both 535-04 and 535-05 remain unflown; assume storage life is the same as a Proton-K of five years).

Stan

References:-

DEVELOPMENT STATUS AND OPERATIONAL USE OF “PROTON-M” LAUNCHER WITH UPGRADED MAIN ENGINES

Novosti Kosmonavtiki

ILS website and Proton mission planner’s guide

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #1 on: 06/22/2009 04:24 PM »
Some informations from the last week's issue of Air&Cosmos (n°2177) :

Ekspress AM44/Ekspress MD-1 launcher was the first of "phase III" serie.

"Phase IV" will be presented to public during Euroconsult conference in september.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #2 on: 06/22/2009 04:47 PM »
Some informations from the last week's issue of Air&Cosmos (n°2177) :

Ekspress AM44/Ekspress MD-1 launcher was the first of "phase III" serie.

"Phase IV" will be presented to public during Euroconsult conference in september.

Is there a description, what the difference is between Phase I, II and III Protons?


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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #3 on: 06/22/2009 04:54 PM »
So is Proton-M Enhanced phase II?
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #4 on: 06/22/2009 04:59 PM »
Is there a description, what the difference is between Phase I, II and III Protons?

No. I am writing an email to Christian Lardier (the author of the article) for more informations.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #5 on: 06/25/2009 06:17 PM »
Factory serial numbers of early Protons

  207-01N-4Proton-1
  208-01  
  209-01N-4Proton-2
  210-01  
1965У10721101211-01N-4 
 У10721201212-01N-4Proton-3
1966Н10722701227-0111F91 2PKosmos-146
 Н10722801228-0111F91 3PKosmos-154
1967Я10722901229-0111F91 4L 
 Я10723001230-0111F91 5L 
 Я10723101231-0111F91 6LZond-4
 Я10723201232-0111F91 7L 
 Я10723301233-0111F91 8L
and
М-69 522
 
1968В10723401234-0111F91 9LZond-5
 В10723501235-0111F91 12LZond-6
  236-01N-6Proton-4
 В10723701237-0111F91 13L 
 В10723801238-01E-8-5 402 
 В10723901239-01E-8 201 
 В10724001240-01М-69 521 
1969Ю10724101241-01E-8-5 404Kosmos-305
 Ю10724201242-01E-8-5 401 
 Ю10724301243-0111F91 11LZond-7
 Ю10724401244-01E-8-5 403Kosmos-300
 Ю10724501245-01L1-E 
  246-0182EV LVE 
 Ю10724701247-01E-8-5 405 
  248-01E-8-5 406Luna-16
  249-01М-71 172Mars-3
  250-0111F91 14LZond-8
  251-01E-8 203Luna-17
  252-01L1-EKosmos-382
  253-01М-71 170Kosmos-419
 4922425401254-0117К 12101Salyut
  255-01М-71 171Маrs-2
 4922425601256-01E-8-5 407Luna-18
 5112425701257-01E-8LS 202Luna-19

23301 was first used for a failed attempt to launch a Zond in 1968 before failing again in 1969 to launch to Mars.

http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=304&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=540
http://epizodsspace.airbase.ru/bibl/nk/1998/10/10-1998-2.html
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/177/tab2.pdf
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #6 on: 06/30/2009 03:45 PM »
Factory serial numbers for a couple of other Proton-Ks

4922122122 386-02 Ekspress-A
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=304&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=540

4921539601 396-01 Telstar-6
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/195/16.shtml
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #7 on: 11/14/2009 10:53 AM »
PlatformPeriod of initial launch complex operationOverhaul periodRenewed launch complex operationLaunches before overhaulLaunches after overhaul to 31st August 2000 [2]Launches after
overhaul to 2001 [3]
Total launches as of 1st January 2000 [1]Total to
31st August 2000 [2]
Total launches to 2001 [3]
231967-19791979-19891989-2004325963
64
899195
96
241965-1978 or 1979?1978-1999April 1999 to date3545
4
363940
39
391980 to dateNo major overhaul    788282
401977-19911991 - now dismantled 66  666666
      Totals269278283
*1 http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/206/2000nk03.zip
*2 http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/213/38.shtml
*3 http://www.roscosmos.ru/video/Intelsat_10_www.pdf
 Above is in error because Uragan flew from PU24 in October 2000.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #8 on: 11/14/2009 04:25 PM »
Just looking at revision 7 of the Proton Launch System Mission Planner’s Guide from ILS

Proton-M now use RD-276 as standard; with 112% thrust compared to RD-253.
Upgraded Briz-M use 11D458M settling & attitude control thrusters.

Both launch complexes (24 and 39) for Proton-M are available for commercial customers; so why don't they alternate to share the load?

Can't find mention of launches to inclination of 48 degrees?

http://www.ilslaunch.com/protonmpg

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #9 on: 03/17/2010 06:43 PM »
My attempt at a list of Proton launches...

Need to correct a few errors:-

28th February 2009
41016 / 107L Globus-1 18L

Launch sites for Venera-9 & Venera-10 and use of D-1

GLONASS in 2004 from LC81/23

Luna 22 was E-8LS 206

to be updated…

8P882K.pdf (1117.55 kB - downloaded 511 times.)
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #10 on: 04/06/2010 11:13 AM »
Overview of Proton rockets in 2009 and 2010
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342  Proton-M Briz-M  93501 99501  11.02.09  Ekspress-AM44 + Ekspress-MD1
343 *Proton-K DM-2    41016 107L   28.02.09  Raduga-1 8 (Globus 18L)
344  Proton-M Briz-M  93504 99504  03.04.09  Eutelsat W2A
345  Proton-M Briz-M  93505 99505  16.05.09  PhotoStar 2
346  Proton-M Briz-M  93506 99506  30.06.09  Sirius FM5
347  Proton-M Briz-M  93507 99507  11.08.09  AsiaSat 5
348  Proton-M Briz-M  93508 99508  17.09.09  Nimiq 5
349  Proton-M Briz-M  93509 99509  24.11.09  Eutelsat W7
350 *Proton-M DM-2    53538 115L   14.12.09  Kosmos 2456-8 (Glonass)
351  Proton-M Briz-M  93510 99510  29.12.09  DirecTV 12
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352 *Proton-M Briz-M  535xx 88527  28.01.10  Raduga-1M 2
353 *Proton-M Briz-M  535xx 99511  12.02.10  Intelsat 16
354 *Proton-M DM-2    53540 116L   01.03.10  Kosmos 2459-61 (Glonass)
355  Proton-M Briz-M  93514 99514  20.03.10  Echostar 14

* - corrected by Novosti kosmonavtiki (paper version) and http://www.zenite.nu/orbita/

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #11 on: 04/23/2010 06:07 PM »
A compilation of Proton rocket issues...

Proton
Serial
Date Of
Launch
Issues
У1072110124.03.19662nd stage engine failure. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
2nd stage engine failure at 122·85 seconds. Possible cause: destruction of engine chambers or discharge fuel lines of the second stage caused by external impact of the 1st stage. [ESA Document]
Н1072270110.03.1967208 reworks/223 discrepancies. [Encyclopedia Astronautica]
Н1072280108.04.196770 reworks/194 discrepancies. [Encyclopedia Astronautica]
Я1072290128.09.1967Assembly completed in 71 days. 138 reworks/120 discrepancies. [Encyclopedia Astronautica]
Ignition failure of engine 11Д43 number У233011 of side module G-1. Flight termination at 97·4 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of engine number 1 to ignite at lift-off due to a low fuel flow in the pre-burner. Cause: ingestion of a rubber plug into the fuel pump high-pressure cavity. At 97·4 seconds the vehicle safety controller generated the 1st stage engine ECOC and initiated the payload escape system of the 7K-L1 spacecraft. The vehicle fell down 20-30 km off the launch pad. [ESA Document]
Я1072300122.11.1967Failure of 2nd stage 4th engine 8Д412K to reach norminal thrust due to the engine nozzle failure at 125·5 seconds. Vehicle destruction at 129·9 by command. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
A malfunction of 1st stage tank draining system was observed since the moment of lift-off. It did not result in an accident. A slower shift to pre-nominal thrust was registered for engines No. 2 & 3 of the 2nd stage. The cause was improper selection of the engine start sequence. Engine No. 4 of the 2nd stage failed to accelerate to nominal thrust due to nozzle destruction at 125·5 seconds. The reason of the failure was a drastic pressure drop down stream of the nozzle at ignition of propellants beyond the nozzle section during engine ignition. At 130sec the LV safety controller initiated the 2nd stage ECOC and initiated the payload escape system of the 7K-L1 spacecraft. The vehicle fell down 110 km south-west of the town of Jezkazgan. [ESA Document]
В1072370120.01.1969Spontaneous shutdown of 2nd stage 4th engine 8Д411К at 313·66 seconds. Spontaneous shutdown of 3rd stage engine 8Д48 of the 8Д49 main block due to a failed pre-burner supply line at 500·03 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Uncontrolled cut-off of the 2nd stage 4th engine at 313·66 seconds. Cause: significant rotor imbalance and beating of the MTU bearings, to result in the MTU gas seal backlash being taken up and followed by MTU fire. The flight continued on three intact engines. At 338 seconds those engines were cut-off in accordance with the nominal flight sequence. An emergency main engine cut off of the 3rd stage occurred at 500·03 seconds due to a failure of the pre-burner fuel supply line. The vernier engine of the 3rd stage was cut-off at 595 seconds in accordance with the nominal flight sequence. [ESA Document]
В1072400127.03.1969Spontaneous shutdown of the 3rd stage engine 8Д48 of the 8Д49 main block. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
At 438·66 seconds the 3rd stage MECO occurred due to MTU bearings imbalance and beating. [ESA Document]
Я1072330102.04.1969Failure of engine 11Д43 number Я233021 of the 1st stage side module G-2 at 0·02 seconds. The vehicle crashed in the vicinity of the launch pad. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Post lift-off failure of the 1st stage block number 2 engine at 0·02-0·03 seconds. Cause: lack of the hydraulic lock plug in the drain port of the oxidiser pump cover, ingress of the oxidiser gas to the drain port cavity and inflammation of the MTU pump shaft. At 30 seconds the vehicle fell down and exploded 1·5 km off the launch pad. [ESA Document]

http://www.videocosmos.com/images/mars-69/2nd_mars-69_launch.jpg
Ю1072450128.11.1969Failure of 3rd stage engine 8Д48 at 556·5 seconds. Explosion in the area of the fuel tank lower bulkhead at 556·6 seconds. The 3rd stage and the payload compartment L1E disintegrated during re-entry to fall down 200 km north of Harbin (China). [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of the 3rd stage main engine due to insufficient vibration resistance of the engine fuel line. The vehicle and the 7K-L1E spacecraft fell down in China 200 km north of Harbin. [ESA Document]
Ю1072470106.02.1970Shutdown of the 2nd stage engine at 127 seconds by a false command from SBN. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
The false command was induced by erroneous reading of an engine No. 2 sensor. The vehicle fell down 80 km south-west of the town of Dzhezkazgan. [ESA Document]
After 128·3 seconds of flight, 1st stage engine cutoff due to false alarm from the LV safety system activated by the engine pressure gauge. Manufacturing defect. Additional check of gauges introduced at point of installation. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
2600129.07.1972Vehicle disintegration at 180 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Emergency cut-off of the 2nd stage engines at 181·9 seconds by the vehicle safety controller due to vehicle instability caused by abnormal operation of the auto-stabiliser. The vehicle fell down 536km off the launch pad. [ESA Document]
After 181·9 seconds of flight, 2nd stage automated stabilisation system failure due to a relay short circuit in the "pitch" and "yawing" channels caused by elastic deformation of the device housing (which operates in vacuum). Design defect. Design of instruments upgraded and additional testing undertaken. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
2830103.04.1973Third stage exploded.
2930105.08.19771st stage engine failure at 53·68 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Emergency MECO of the 1st stage engines at 53·68 seconds by the vehicle safety controller. The cause was a failure of block number 4 engine actuator due to a jammed slide valve. [ESA Document]
After 40·13 seconds of flight, spontaneous deflection of 1st stage engine, loss of stability and engine cutoff at 53·68 seconds into the flight safety system command. Steering failure due to spool-and-sleeve pair manufacturing defect (faulty liner), which caused penetration of hard particles under liner rim and resulted in spool-and-sleeve seizure. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
2940227.05.1978Launch termination at 119·51 seconds by SBN because of the vehicle attitude instability caused by an abnormal skew of the 1st stage engine 11Д43 of side module G-2. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
The flight was terminated at 119·51 seconds by the safety controller due to the vehicle’s abnormal pitching and rolling caused by unauthorised gimballing of block number 2 engine. The vehicle fell down 600 km off the launch pad. [ESA Document]
After 87 seconds of flight, loss of stability commenced due to error of 1st stage second combustion chamber steering gear. High temperature impact on cables due to heptyl leak into second block engine compartment. Leak likely developed at heptyl feed coupling to gas generator. Coupling upgraded. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
2970217.08.19782nd stage engine failure. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of the 2nd stage engine at 242 seconds. The vehicle fell down 136 km south-east of Karaganda. [ESA Document]
Flight terminated after 259·1 seconds due to loss of LV stability. Automatic stabilisation system electric circuit failure in rear compartment of 2nd stage caused by hot gases leaking from second engine gas inlet due to faulty sealing of pressure gauge. gauge attaching point upgraded. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
2980117.10.1978Disintegration of the 2nd stage engine 8Д411K. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of a 2nd stage engine at 236 seconds due to ingress of foreign particles (aluminium or steel), which caused in flammation of MTU components. The vehicle fell down 86 km south-east of Karaganda. [ESA Document]
After 235·62 seconds of flight, 2nd stage engine shutoff and loss of stability caused by a turbine part igniting in turbo pump gas tract followed by gas inlet destruction and hot air ejection into 2nd rear section. Engine design upgraded. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3000220.04.1979Engines ignited then shutdown. [Encyclopedia Astronautica]
3070223.07.1982Failure of the 1st stage engine at 8 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Actuator failure in one of the 1st stage side blocks at 8 seconds. The vehicle fell down 55 km off the launch pad. [ESA Document]
At 45·15 seconds into the flight, major malfunctioning of 1st stage engine fifth chamber. Flight terminated by LV safety system command. Failure caused by steering motor malfunctioning: first stage of hydraulic booster got out of balance coupled with booster dynamic excitation at resonance frequencies. Hydraulic booster design redefined. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3140124.12.1982Failure of the 2nd stage engine at 230 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of the 2nd stage engine at 230 seconds. [ESA Document]
2nd stage engine failure caused by high-frequency vibrations. Engine design upgraded. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3380129.11.1986Failure of the 2nd stage engine caused by high-frequency vibrations. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of the 2nd stage engine caused by high-frequency vibrations. [ESA Document]
Control system failure due to brief relay contact separation caused by engine vibration. Upgrading included introduction of self-latching action capability for program power distributor shaft. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3410218.01.1988Failure of 3rd stage engine at 540 seconds. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Failure of 3rd stage engine at 540 seconds. [ESA Document]
3rd stage engine failure caused by destruction of fuel line leading to mixer. Unique manufacturing defect. Inventory rechecked. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3450209.08.1990Vehicle failure. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Emergency cut-off of the 3rd stage engine at 349 seconds due to the premature oxidiser depletion. The vehicle fell down in the Pacific in the area 25·7N and 161E. [ESA Document]
3rd stage engine shutoff due to termination of oxidiser supply. Fuel line clogged by a piece of textile (wiping rag). Remedial program introduced to prevent wiping rags from being left inside engine and LV. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
3640227.05.1993A violation of the fuel storage life requirement resulted in an enhanced concentration of copper in the fuel to change the fuel heat expansion properties. This entailed an erroneous prediction of the 2nd stage fuel volume (the stage was not fully tanked). As a result, the payload failed to reach LEO. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
Vehicle failure due to degraded fuel quality. A violation of the fuel storage life requirement resulted in an enhanced concentration of copper in the fuel to change the fuel heat expansion properties. This entailed an erroneous prediction of the 2nd stage fuel volume (the stage was not fully tanked). [ESA Document]
2nd and 3rd stage engine failures. Multiple engine combustion chamber burn-through caused by propellant contaminants. Remedial program introduced to modify propellant specifications and testing procedures. All launch site propellant storage, transfer, and handling equipment purged and cleaned. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
27 мая 1993 г. у Протона № 36402 в полёте преждевременно остановился двигатель второй ступени, а затем при работе двигателя третьей ступени произошла аналогичная ситуация с ДУ-3. КА «Горизонт» не был выведен на нужную орбиту. Причиной этого оказалась некондиционность заправленного горючего - излишек содержания меди, что ухудшило охлаждающую способность гептила и привело к прогоранию охлаждаемых гептилом огневых стенок камер сгорания ДУ-2,-3 и, следовательно, к преждевременному расходованию горючего. Несколько лет после этого предприятие РНЦ ПХ пыталось создать штатные установки для проверки параметра фактической охлаждающей способности гептила перед заправкой по определённому критерию, но нехватка финансирования заставила найти другой способ. [Электронная Газета Гкнпц Им.М.В.Хруничева]
3780114.12.1995Of three redundant control channels in Proton vehicle control system, the first one failed at launch on 14th December 1995 and the second one in flight. Only the third channel helped the launch to succeed. The next Proton launch with Gorizont comsat in December was delayed to investigate the near-accident. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
3890105.07.19992nd stage engine failure at 277 seconds [ESA Document]
2nd stage engine failure due to foreign particles in gas turbine pump. Implemented inspection of internal cavities of second and third stage engines, improved work processes and changed filter design in the ground portion of the fuelling system. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
38602
4922122122
27.10.19992nd stage engine failure at 222 seconds. [ESA Document]
2nd stage engine failure due to foreign particles in gas turbine pump. Installed additional filters in the on-board portion of the fuelling system. Developed and implemented new design of the turbo pump unit with increased combustion resistance. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]
At 221.96 seconds, off-the-nominal behaviour was recorded of the 8D411K engine ser. no. 5358161741 installed in Stabilisation Plane I of Stage II. This manifested itself in the unsealing of the engine’s exhaust duct followed by spontaneous shutdown of the remaining engines.
The most likely cause of the failure of the Proton LV ser. no. 38602 on October 27, 1999 is the presence of metallic or mineral particulate matter inside the engine resulting in the ignition of the turbopump's engine assembly in Stage II engine #1 (P/N 8D411K, ser. no. 5358161741). The most likely cause for the particulate matter to find its way into the engine is poor workmanship at the Voronezh Mechanical Plant in 1992/93. [*]
4040215.02.2000Oxidiser tank weld failure during pressure test. [Novosti Kosmonavtiki]
4101029.03.2005Разработка и реализация мероприятий в связи с аномальным поведением параметров рулевого блока РД-0214 двигателя РД-0213 №1208860552 III ступени РН «Протон-К» №410-10 30марта 2005 г. (самопроизвольные изменения режима рулевого блока из-за снижения расхода окислителя, поступающего из стабилизатора в оба  газогенератора рулевого блока)
Работы ведутся в соответствии с рекомендациями МВК по повышению динамической стабильности и защищенности стабилизатора  при попадании частиц. [KBKhA 2005 Annual Report]
5351329.12.2005Разработка и реализация мероприятий а связи с имевшимся случаем самопроизвольного, скачкообразного снижения до 51% режима работы двигателя РД-0211 №5355365421 при пуске РН «Протон-М» №535-13. [KBKhA 2005 Annual Report]
5352205.09.2007LV stage 1/stage 2 stage separation failure. Burn-through of the LV stage 1/stage 2 separation pyrobolt actuation cable. Corrective action is to over-wrap the pyrobolt wiring harness by two layers of asbestos tape with 50% overlap. This increases the heat resistance to well over 400°C, the harness melting point. Additionally the ring and harness are jointly over-wrapped with two layers of tape with 50% overlap impregnated with glue, and the harness was re-routed away from the exhaust gas. [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide]

http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/058/08.shtml
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/177/28.shtml
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/207/41.shtml
http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewpr.html?pid=461 *
http://www.ilslaunch.com/protonmpg/
http://www.kbkha.ru/
http://www.space.com/news/khrunichev_accident_000215.html
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #12 on: 07/15/2010 01:34 PM »
I've put all the Proton serial numbers that I know in this list :

http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lanceurs/proton/liste/liste-tous.html

Any help would be appreciated to fill in the blancks ! :-)
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #13 on: 07/15/2010 03:58 PM »
I've put all the Proton serial numbers that I know in this list :

http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lanceurs/proton/liste/liste-tous.html

Any help would be appreciated to fill in the blancks ! :-)

My out of date list (maybe I will update)
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=17568.msg561371#msg561371

Also Briz-M 88529 for Garpun?
http://ru.wikipedia.org

DM serials
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=5966.msg577451#msg577451

93515/99515 Echostar-15
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #15 on: 08/07/2010 09:51 AM »
DEVELOPMENT STATUS AND OPERATIONAL USE OF “PROTON-M” LAUNCHER
WITH UPGRADED MAIN ENGINES
 
A. Medvedev, A. Kuzin, E. Motorny, Khrunichev Spase Center, Russia 
B. Katorgin, Energomash NPO, Russia

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #16 on: 08/07/2010 10:10 PM »
 The above attached document indicated that Proton-M 1st stage featured RD-275 engines with thrust enhanced by 2%. The RD-275 had already been used on the Proton-K and provided 7% more thrust than the earlier RD-253 engines. Now I could find no other reference to this additional 2%; and all indications were that at moment of liftoff thrust was at 107% (compared to the RD-253).
 What could explain this is the new 935 series of Proton-M. They feature RD-276 engines operating at 112% compared to the RD-253. However they actually lift off at 107%, only after six seconds after liftoff do they go to 112%.

http://coopi.khrunichev.ru/

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #18 on: 08/15/2010 02:07 PM »
 I have been looking through Novosti Kosmonavtiki again and the following about Proton-K serial 38701 has always struck me as surprising. I've included my own rough translation (I'll admit to relying on Babelfish and other on-line translators; but I am satisfied that I can recognise most of the words).

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 Есть неопределенность с пуском КА «Радуга-1» во второй половине 1998 года. Пока этот старт запланирован на конец сентября. В зависимости от даты старта будет выбрана ракета-носитель. Дело в том, что на первой ступени РН серии 38701 стоит один двигатель с «подмоченной» репутацией. Условия его использования – температура топлива, а следовательно, и окружающей среды не должны превышать +10°С. В связи с этим РН получила разрешение на запуск только в период с ноября по март. Если же «Радугу-1» решат пускать в другие сроки (в том числе и в конце сентября), то будет использована РН серии 38801.

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 There is uncertainty around the start of satellite “Raduga-1” in the second-half of 1998. So far this start is planned at the end of September. The carrier rocket will be selected depending on the start date. The fact is that on the first stage of rocket number 38701 stands one engine with a “tarnished” reputation. The conditions for its use, the temperature of the fuel and also consequently the environment must not exceed +10°C. In connection with this, the rocket obtained permission for a start in the period from November to March. However if they decide to launch “Raduga-1” outside that period (including at the end September), they will use rocket number 38801 instead.

http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/180/16.shtml
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #19 on: 08/17/2010 07:26 AM »
Is this evidence that Proton-K 395-01 for Zarja used enhanced 14D14 engines?

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 Вчера с космодрома Байконур выведен на орбиту первый блок международной космической станции "Заря", при этом использовался ракетоноситель "Протон"; коллектив создателей двигателя 14Д14, возглавляемый Владимиром Сатюковым, представлен к премии правительства РФ 98 г. за достижения в области науки и техники; в результате модернизации двигателя 14Д14 его тяга возросла на 5 тон, блок "Заря" - первый сегмент международной космической станции; полная сборка будет завершена в 2004 г., в ближайших проектах "Протону" предстоит выводить на орбиту по 3…4 спутника; в перспективе у АО "Протон" участие в строительстве (производство двигателя первой ступени) универсальной ракеты нового поколения "Ангара" 1(21.11.98), 3(27.11.98).
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #20 on: 08/17/2010 08:48 AM »
1st Stage
Engine
Engine
Product
Code
Thrust Enhancement  1st Flight    Used
RD-25311D43 16-07-1965 
RD-253F11D43F6,5%27-09-1985Mir and Kvant.
RD-25311D432%07-07-198865 Proton-K including Fobos-1 and Fobos-2,
Kvant-2, Kristall, Priroda and Spektr.
Astra-1G and Astra-2A at customer’s request.
RD-27514D147,7% above RD-25311-10-1995Standard for ILS Proton-K
RD-27514D142%04-11-1998PAS-8 and Zarja.
Standard for 535 series Proton-M excluding 53520 and 53532.
Inmarsat-4F3
RD-27614D14M5,2% above RD-27507-07-2007Intelsat-16
Phase II enhanced Proton-M for DirecTV-10.
Standard for 935 series Proton-M excluding 93502.
Phase III enhanced Proton-M for
Ekspress-AM44 & Ekspress-MD1, Echostar-14 and Echostar-15.

http://www.npoenergomash.ru/engines/rd253/
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/content/numbers/214/33.shtml
http://www.protonpm.ru/corporate/win/download/907/
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #21 on: 08/17/2010 11:41 AM »
2nd
Stage
Engine
Engine
Product
Code
Thrust
Enhancement
1st FlightUsed
RD-0210
RD-0211
8D411K
8D412K
 10-03-1967 
RD-0210
RD-0211
8D411K
8D412K
1,5%27-09-1985Mir and Kvant.
RD-0210
RD-0211
8D411K
8D412K
5%04-11-1998PAS-8 and Zarja.
Standard for Proton-M.

http://www.kbkha.ru/?p=8&cat=8&prod=33
http://www.kbkha.ru/?p=8&cat=10&prod=42
http://www.lpre.de/kbkha/RD-0203/index.htm
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #22 on: 08/18/2010 07:41 PM »
 To answer a question from Nicolas Pillet I reviewed the schedules of satellite delivery and launch dates that had been published on the Tsenki website. They covered three months and were updated about once a month. Unfortunately I only have paper copies.

In September and October 2004
410-08 / 15LEkspress-AM1
410-09 / 104LGLONASS/GLONASS-M

November 2004
410-09 / 104LGLONASS/GLONASS-M

December 2004
410-09 / 104LGLONASS/GLONASS-M
410-09 / 16LEkspress-AM2 *
* - дата начала подготовки КА может быть уточнена исходя из сроков поставки РН и РБ на космодром.
Both the same?

January and February 2005
410-09 / 16LEkspress-AM2

March 2005
410-10 / 16LEkspress-AM2

April 2005
410-07 / 103LEkspress-AM3 *
* - даты поставки, начало подготовки и запуска будут уточнены по результатам подписания пешония о заимствовании РН и РБ с Минобороны России.
 If memory serves Ekspress-AM3 and KAZSAT were to be launced on Proton-M (I have a diagram somewhere). With the delay to both KAZSAT and a 71Kh6 Khrunichev offered to swap Ekspress-AM3 for 71Kh6 as a dual launch partner for KAZSAT (I think I have a diagram too). However with the delay to 71Kh6 they had to borrow another rocket from the Russian M.O.D. To repay the debt Khrunichev supplied 410-14 and 410-16.
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=4056
http://www.kommersant.ru/doc.aspx?DocsID=667089

May and June 2005
410-07 / 103LEkspress-AM3

no Proton-K until

September 2005
410-12 / 106LGLONASS-M 34

October 2005
410-12 / 106LGLONASS-M 34
410-11 / 23LKAZSAT *
* - дата запуска может быть уточнена с учетом решения вопроса о средствах выведения КА и развязки работ с подготовкой к запуску КА ГЛОНАСС-М.

November 2005
410-12 / 106LGLONASS-M 34
410-11 / 23LKAZSAT *
* - по решению Минобороны для запуска ГЛОНАСС-М вместо РН Протон-К 41012 может быть закреплена РН Протон-К 41011.

December 2005
410-12 / 106LGLONASS-M 34
410-11 / 23LKAZSAT *
* - сроки поставки составных частей РКН на космодром, начало их подготовки к пуску и дата запуска КА будут определены по результатам работы комиссии Роскосмоса.

no Proton-K until

April 2006
410-12 / 23LKAZSAT *
* - даты поставки, начала подготовки и запуска КА могут быть уточнены при наличии решения с Минобороны России о заимствовании РН Протон-К.

May 2006
410-12 / 23LKAZSAT *
* - дата запуска КА будет уточняться дополнительно.

June 2006
410-12 / 23LKAZSAT
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #23 on: 08/19/2010 04:03 PM »
If memory serves Ekspress-AM3 and KAZSAT were to be launced on Proton-M (I have a diagram somewhere).

I have a diagram here :
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/satellites/kazsat/kazsat-15.gif

Thank you for your answer Stan, but the situation is still unclear for me.
In your mind, which payloads had 410-07, 410-09 and 410-10 ?

This is what I understand :

410-07 : Express AM3
410-09 : GLONASS (december 2004)
410-10 : Express AM2
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #24 on: 08/19/2010 04:36 PM »
If memory serves Ekspress-AM3 and KAZSAT were to be launced on Proton-M (I have a diagram somewhere).

I have a diagram here :
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/satellites/kazsat/kazsat-15.gif

Thank you for your answer Stan, but the situation is still unclear for me.
In your mind, which payloads had 410-07, 410-09 and 410-10 ?

This is what I understand :

410-07 : Express AM3
410-09 : GLONASS (december 2004)
410-10 : Express AM2

I agree

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #25 on: 08/28/2010 05:08 PM »
Overview of Proton rockets in 2009 and 2010
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342  Proton-M Briz-M  93501 99501  11.02.09  Ekspress-AM44 + Ekspress-MD1
343 *Proton-K DM-2    41016 107L   28.02.09  Raduga-1 8 (Globus 18L)
344  Proton-M Briz-M  93504 99504  03.04.09  Eutelsat W2A
345  Proton-M Briz-M  93505 99505  16.05.09  PhotoStar 2
346  Proton-M Briz-M  93506 99506  30.06.09  Sirius FM5
347  Proton-M Briz-M  93507 99507  11.08.09  AsiaSat 5
348  Proton-M Briz-M  93508 99508  17.09.09  Nimiq 5
349  Proton-M Briz-M  93509 99509  24.11.09  Eutelsat W7
350 *Proton-M DM-2    53538 115L   14.12.09  Kosmos 2456-8 (Glonass)
351  Proton-M Briz-M  93510 99510  29.12.09  DirecTV 12
----------------------------------------------------------
352 *Proton-M Briz-M  535xx 88527  28.01.10  Raduga-1M 2
353 *Proton-M Briz-M  535xx 99511  12.02.10  Intelsat 16
354 *Proton-M DM-2    53540 116L   01.03.10  Kosmos 2459-61 (Glonass)
355  Proton-M Briz-M  93514 99514  20.03.10  Echostar 14

* - corrected by Novosti kosmonavtiki (paper version) and http://www.zenite.nu/orbita/

53535 Raduga-1M - thanks to Rui!
53532 Intelsat-16

53530, 53536 and 53537 GLONASS launchers - thanks to Андрей (Anik)!
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #27 on: 12/17/2010 09:03 PM »
 There is only one Proton-K left to launch so what happened to 41013?

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 Последний экземпляр «Протона-К» № 41018 изготовлен по заказу КВ МО, принят заказчиком и хранится третий год на РКЗ в варианте запуска КА «71Х6».
http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=19&nid=42

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Не совсем ясно:
Протон №410-11 Изготовлен в 2005 для МО (долг за Экспресс-АМ3). Взят для Казсат.
Протон №410-12 Изготовлен в 2005. Использован для Глонасс 25.12.05
Протон №410-13 Изготовлен в 2006. Передан в МО?
Протон №410-14 Изготовлен в 2006. Передан в МО (за Экспресс-АМ3)?
Протон №410-15 Изготовлен в 2006. Будет использован для Глонасс 25.12.06
Протон №410-16 Будет изготовлен в 2007. Будет передан в МО (за Казсат)?
Протон №410-17 Будет изготовлен в 2007. Будет использован для Глонасс в 2007?
Протон №410-18 Будет изготовлен в 2007. Будет использован для Глонасс в 2007?
А где же Протон-К для Экспресс-АМ33?
Похоже ли все это на правду?
http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=4056

Is that last as in manufacture, or last to be launched?
I was told the last launch.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #28 on: 12/23/2010 06:01 PM »
 The three stages of a Proton-M have GRAU codes of 8S810KM, 8S811KM and 8S812KM

http://www.tsenki.com/launch_services/ranges_cycle/technical_support/souyz_prepare_works/prepare_proton_works/

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #29 on: 01/01/2011 01:33 PM »
Contract
Start
Date
Scheduled
Conclusion
Of Contract
Actual
Conclusion
Of Contract
 
 
Contract Items
 
Total Cost
Russian Ruble
 
 
Customer
 
01.03.200512.200719.12.2007Manufacture of a Proton-M rocket for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM33 in accordance with 8K82KM-0000TU  897 058 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
24.03.200612.200822.12.2008Manufacture of Proton-K rocket № 41018 for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM44 in accordance with 8K82K-0000TU1  980 000 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
31.05.200712.200926.10.2009Manufacture of a Proton-M rocket for the launch of the Multipurpose Laboratory Module of the ISS in accordance with 8K82KM-0000TU1 023 240 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
10.06.200806.2010 Manufacture of a Proton-M rocket for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM4 in accordance with 8K82KM-0000-O-TU-U1 123 000 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
17.03.200606.200831.12.2008Manufacture of a Briz-M upper stage for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM33  293 470 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
31.05.200706.200831.12.2008Manufacture of a Briz-M upper stage for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM44 in accordance with 14S43-0000TU  323 000 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
26.05.200812.200909.11.2009Upper stage Briz-M, in accordance with 14S43-0000-OTU, for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM4  348 900 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
17.04.200604.200725.05.2007Manufacture of a payload fairing (GO) type 14S7511 and payload adapter (PS) type 14S326 for the launch of KGU GLONASS-M block №35   54 975 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
31.05.200712.200719.12.2007Manufacture of a payload fairing and payload adapter, for the launch of Ekspress-AM33  103 293 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
26.05.200812.200822.12.2008Payload fairing type 14S75.1511 and payload adapter, for the launch of Ekspress-AM44  109 900 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
07.09.200910.2010 Composite-payload fairing for the launch of KGU block №43  122 960 000R.F. Ministry of Defense[Source]
   Manufacture of a payload fairing type 14S75 and payload adapter for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM4  136 365 000Federal Space Agency[Source]

 14S75 appears to be a generic term for any Proton payload fairing manufactured by Khrunichev, including the four Briz-M fairings and the Blok-DM fairing.
 14S326 is the 465 mm high metal payload adapter attaching the payload to the upper stage either Briz-M or Blok-DM; also used by Ekspress-AM33.
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« Reply #30 on: 01/20/2011 05:02 PM »
Contract
Start
Date
Scheduled
Conclusion
Of Contract
Actual
Conclusion
Of Contract
 
 
Contract Items
 
Total Cost
Russian Ruble
 
 
Customer
 
31.05.200712.200926.10.2009Manufacture of a Proton-M rocket for the launch of the Multipurpose Laboratory Module of the ISS in accordance with 8K82KM-0000TU1 023 240 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
26.05.200812.200909.11.2009Upper stage Briz-M, in accordance with 14S43-0000-OTU, for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM4  348 900 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
19.05.201012.2011 Manufacture of a payload fairing type 14S75 and payload adapter for the launch of KA Ekspress-AM4 in accordance with 14S75.1514-0000-OSB  136 365 000Federal Space Agency[Source]
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #33 on: 07/02/2011 12:48 PM »
                       
Proton-M
GTO Payload MassGSO Payload Mass 
Introduction
 
Final Flight
 
Notes
53501 / 535024,880 kg 07-04-200129-12-2002 
53503 / 535045,160 kg 15-03-2004single rocketPayload mass quoted if flown with
Briz-M 88505 / 88506.
Phase I5,645 kg2,910 kg16-06-2004  
Phase II  07-07-200714-11-2010Mass to orbit is often quoted for use of 48° inital parking orbit.
Phase III6,150 kg3,250 kg11-02-2009  
Phase IV6,300 kg    
Mass delivered to orbit includes the payload adaptor. GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO. 51·5° parking orbit.

Proton Launch System Mission Planner’s Guide, Revision 6, December 2004
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 The full 5645 kg PSM GTO 1500 m/sec ∆-V to GSO performance capability of the Proton M Breeze M is
currently available to Customers and has been demonstrated on three missions as of September 2004.

http://www.ilslaunch.com/launch-services/ils-proton-breeze-m-launch-vehicle/proton-heritage
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 As part of a continuous improvement program, the Phase I configuration of Proton Breeze M launcher enhancements carried out nearly all of the commercial missions in the 2004 to 2009 period.  The last commercial Phase I Proton Breeze M flew the Astra 1M mission for SES in November 2008.
 The Phase II Proton Breeze M rocket flew for the first time in July 2007 with the successful launch of the DirecTV 10 satellite.  The last commercial Phase II Proton Breeze M flew the Skyterra 1 mission for LightSquared in December 2010.
 The Phase III Proton Breeze M launch vehicle was flight proven on the Russian Federal dual mission of Express AM-44 and Express MD-1 in February 2009 and performed its first commercial launch in March 2010 with the Echostar XIV satellite. The Proton Breeze M phase III configuration is the current standard configuration for ILS Proton. This configuration provides 6150 kg of GTO performance, which is an increase of 1150 kg over the original Proton Breeze M, while maintaining the fundamental design configuration.

Flight 
Number
 
Start Date   
Serial 
Number  
 
Configuration             
Upper 
Stage    
 
Payload
      
_107-04-20015350153501 / 53502Briz-M type 88501 - 88504Ekran-M
_229-12-20025350253501 / 53502Briz-M type 88501 - 88504Nimiq-2
      
_315-03-20045350353503 / 53504Briz-MW3A
  5350453503 / 53504Briz-M 
      
  53505Phase IBriz-M 
_416-06-200453506Phase IBriz-MIS-10-02
_504-08-200453507Phase IBriz-MAmazonas
_614-10-200453508Phase IBriz-MAMC-15
_703-02-200553509Phase IBriz-MAMC-12
_822-05-200553510Phase IBriz-MDTV-8
1128-02-200653511Phase IBriz-MARABSAT-4A
_908-09-200553512Phase IBriz-MAnik-F1R
1029-12-200553513Phase IBriz-MAMC-23
1204-08-200653514Phase IBriz-MHotbird-8
1308-11-200653515Phase IBriz-MARABSAT-4B
1509-04-200753516Phase IBriz-MAnik-F3
      
1411-12-200653521Phase I 2nd StageBriz-MMEASAT-3
1705-09-200753522Phase IBriz-MJCSAT-11
1817-11-200753523Phase IBriz-MSirius-4
2211-02-200853524Phase IBriz-MThor-2R
2314-03-200853525Phase IBriz-MAMC-14
1909-12-200753526Phase IBriz-MRaduga-1M
2128-01-200853527Phase IBriz-MEkspress-AM33
2025-12-200753528Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
2519-09-200853529Phase IBriz-MNimiq-4
4602-09-201053530Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
2625-09-200853531Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
4012-02-201053532Phase I RD-276Enhanced Briz-MIS-16
2705-11-200853533Phase IBriz-MAstra-1M
2925-12-200853534Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
3928-01-201053535Phase IBriz-MRaduga-1M
  53536Phase IBlok DMGLONASS
4905-12-201053537Phase IBlok DM-03GLONASS
3714-12-200953538Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
  53539Phase I  
4101-03-201053540Phase IBlok DM-2GLONASS
  53541Phase I  
5431-08-201153542Phase IBriz-MGarpun
      
1607-07-200753520Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MDTV-10
2418-08-200893502Phase II RD-275Enhanced Briz-MINMARSAT-4F3
2810-12-200893503Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MCiel-2
3103-04-200993504Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MW2A
3216-05-200993505Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MProtostar-2
3330-06-200993506Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MSirius-FM5
3411-08-200993507Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MASIASAT-5
3517-09-200993508Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MNimiq-5
3624-11-200993509Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MW7
3829-12-200993510Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MDTV-12
4324-04-201093511Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MSES-1
4403-06-201093512Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MBadr-5
4814-11-201093513Phase IIEnhanced Briz-MMSV-1
      
3011-02-200993501Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MEkspress-AM44,
Ekspress-MD1
4220-03-201093514Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MEchostar-14
4510-07-201093515Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MEchostar-15
4714-10-201093516Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MXM-5
5026-12-201093517Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MKA-SAT
5215-07-201193518Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MSES-3, KAZSAT-2
5120-05-201193519Phase IIIEnhanced Briz-MTELSTAR-14R

Variations

53521 MEASAT-3
Phase II type carbon plastic structure on 2nd stage forward bay
http://coopi.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=79

53532 INTELSAT-16
Phase I with RD-276

93502 INMARSAT-4F3
Phase II with RD-275
http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=19&nid=5
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #34 on: 07/02/2011 07:48 PM »
Modifications to Proton-M

Proton-M1st StageInterstage2nd Stage2nd Stage Forward Interstage
53501 / 88503 and 53502 / 88504    
53503 / 88505 and 53504 / 88506    
Phase I Enhanced    
Phase II EnhancedReduction of tanks mass by using thinner tank skins and bottoms but based on the same aluminium alloys.Composite structure (carboepoxy isogrid) replaces metal in aft bay stringer-and-ring frame.Reduction of tanks mass by optimising the weight of structural elements: aft ends, skins and rings using the same aluminium alloys.Composite structure (carboepoxy isogrid) replaces metal in equipment bay stringer-and-ring frame.
First flew on 53521.
Phase III Enhanced  Tank wall thickness. 
Phase IV Enhanced  Tank reduced tolerances. New manufacturing tooling, 5 axis milling equipment.100% composite (improves winds aloft limit).

Proton-M3rd StageOther Proton Changes  Briz-MPayload Fairing
53501 / 88503 and 53502 / 88504 Improved propellant feed system in the first and second stages.
Locations of flight instrumentation and of the associated support structures have been changed in the instrument bays of the first and third stages. Loads on the instrument bay of the second stage have been changed. Telemetry system sensors and antenna-feeder devices have been changed. Connector components in cables have been changed. Dynamic characteristics of the LV flight control system actuators have been changed.
RD-275 1st stage propulsion at 102%.
RD-0210 and RD-0211 2nd stage propulsion at 105%.
  
53503 / 88505 and 53504 / 88506 Fuel consumption optimisation algorithms are used in LV guidance system. LV is made lighter by removing some telemetry instrumentation. Flight profile with 180 km high parking orbit is used.Upper stage mass is reduced by removing some telemetry instrumentation.
Flew instead with Proton-K 41001 and 41003.
PLF design optimisation resulted in reduced PLF mass.
Phase I Enhanced LV mass is reduced by using isogrid design and high-strength aluminium alloys.Upper stage mass is reduced by using high-potential structural materials, improving production processes and improving certain structural elements. 
Phase II EnhancedComposite structure made of integral carboepoxy panels replaces metal in stringer-and-ring frame for reduction of aft bay mass.RD-276 1st stage propulsion.New configuration of the avionics bay due to (i) the use of two new high-pressure tanks (80 litres) to replace six smaller tanks, and (ii) relocation of command instruments towards the centre to mitigate shock loads when the additional propellant tank is being jettisoned; replacement of metal bottles for helium with those manufactured using composite materials; use of additional propellant tank (APT) with an upgraded prime structure; 11D458M vernier thrusters with higher specific impulse. 
Phase III EnhancedThird stage propellant depletion.Improved battery design.Power switch upgrade.Lighter fairing (lower density fillers and lower shell thickness).
Phase IV EnhancedTank alloy change. Improved avionics bay design; 100% composite. Improved COPV tank design. Integrated RF/TLM system. Telemetry system weight reduction.Composite shell optimisation.

http://www.ilslaunch.com/launch-services/ils-proton-breeze-m-launch-vehicle/proton-heritage
http://www.khrunichev.ru/khrunichev/upload/images/autoref/DirecTV_10.pdf
http://www.ilslaunch.com/assets/pdf/Sat-Finance-Dec-2009.pdf
http://wsrf2010.com/2010/wp-content/themes/WSRF/pdf2/12%20Jim%20Bonner.pdf
http://coopi.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=106
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #35 on: 07/08/2011 06:04 PM »
 
Proton Rocket
 
First Flight         
 
Final Flight         
1st Stage 
Propulsion            
2nd Stage 
Propulsion                  
3rd Stage
Propulsion
 
Proton-K  RD-2533x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
RD-0212 
Proton-K 
33602 and 33701
33701
19-02-1986
Mir
33602
31-03-1987
Kvant
RD-253 at 106½%3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 101½%
RD-0212 
Proton-K 
35301 to 38502
35602
07-07-1988
Fobos-1
38502
30-12-1998
GLONASS
RD-253 at 102%3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
RD-0212 
38601 to 3940238601
11-10-1995
Luch-1
39402
24-06-2000
Ekspress-A3
RD-2753x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
RD-0212 
Proton-K 
39501 and 39502
39502
04-11-1998
PAS-8
39501
20-11-1998
Zarya
RD-275 at 102%upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-0212
PV
Proton-K 
39601 to 40001
39601
15-02-1999
TELSTAR-6
40001
30-06-2000
Sirius-FM1
RD-2753x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
RD-0212PV
Proton-K 
40002 to 41018
40002
05-09-2000
Sirius-FM2
 RD-275upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-K 
39201, 38902 and 39301
  RD-275upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
upgraded
RD-0212
 
Proton-K 
39801
39801
12-07-2000
Zvezda
 RD-275 forced?upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211
upgraded
RD-0212
PV
Proton-M 
53501 and 53502
53501
07-04-2001
Ekran-M
53502
29-12-2002
Nimiq-2
RD-275 at 102%upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-M 
53503 and 53504
53503
15-03-2004
W3A
 RD-275 at 102%upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-M 
phase I
53506
16-06-2004
INTELSAT-1002
 RD-275 at 102%upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-M 
phase II
53520
07-07-2007
DTV-10
93513
14-11-2010
MSV-1
RD-276upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-M 
phase III
93501
11-02-2009
Ekspress-AM44
Ekspress-MD1
 RD-276upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-212
PV
Proton-M 
93502
93502
18-08-2008
INMARSAT-4F3
 RD-275 at 102%upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-0212
PV
Proton-M 
53532
53532
12-02-2010
INTELSAT-16
 RD-276upgraded
3x RD-0210 and 
1x RD-0211 at 105%
upgraded
RD-0212
PV


Proton-K 33602 and 33701
 Enhanced rockets for Mir and Kvant [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide, Revision 6, December 2004] [source].

Proton-K 35301 to 38502
 65 rockets fitted with RD-253 operating at 102% [Proton Mission Planner’s Guide, Issue 1, Revision 4, March 1, 1999]. Rockets for Fobos-1 and Fobos-2, Kvant-2, Kristall, Priroda and Spektr. Also Astra-1G and Astra-2A at customer’s request.

 In 1998 Khrunichev began to realise a program for reduction of contamination to the impact area of the Proton’s first stage. For decreasing pollution, immediately after discarding of the spent first stage a valve opens to the tanks for evaporating any residual propellants. In 1999 were carried out three launchings of a new series. Proton-K of series 38901, prepared in 1997; did not feature this system; the discharge of propellant in the impact area was about 6 tonnes [source].
 I have marked these with PV but this is not the official designation.

Proton-K 39501 and 39502
 Proton-M precursors.

 Proton-M is fitted with upgraded 2nd and 3rd stage engines. The aim was to increase reliability and in addition a thrust enhancement of 5%. Upgraded engines were to be fitted to Proton-K from 40002 [source] [source], but with the thrust unchanged.
 Following two failures in 1999, both attributed to 2nd stage engines, upgraded engines were instead diverted to existing rockets. 39201’s engines were replaced with the 1st set, 38902’s replaced with the 2nd set and 39801’s replacements were the 3rd set [source] [source]. 39301 (for Космос 2371) also received replacement engines [source] [source]. In order not to cause a delay 39301 and 40202 (for Sirius-FM3) swapped 2nd and 3rd stages [source].
 After inspections no change of engines was required for 39902 (for Garuda) and 40001 (for Sirius-FM1) [source], and 39402 (for Ekspress-A3) [source].

Proton-K 39801 Zvezda
2nd and 3rd stage engines replaced following the 2nd Proton failure in 1999.
 Manufactured to TRKK standards which applies to manned missions. It bans night shifts, allows no process deviations. The whole operation is carried out under special control beginning from the engine manufacture to the rocket assembly itself.
 So why would they need to replace the 2nd and 3rd stage engines or were the engines already upgraded?
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #37 on: 07/16/2011 08:01 AM »
 The RD-275 powered phase I Proton-M rockets timed to ignite their 2nd stage at 119·1 seconds before jettisoning the 1st at 123·4 seconds.

 For the increased thrust of RD-276, phase II Proton-M introduced timings of 2nd stage ignition at 115·4 and staging at 119·6 seconds.

 However the two underloaded missions for SES-1 and IS-16, featuring RD-276 on the first stage, saw corresponding timings of 118·6 and 122·9. It raises the question if the engines did not go to full throttle; for RD-276 this happens at six seconds after liftoff.

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #38 on: 08/03/2011 02:21 PM »
                       
Proton-M
GTO Payload MassGSO Payload Mass 
Introduction
 
Final Flight
 
Notes
53501 / 535024,880 kg 07-04-200129-12-2002 
53503 / 535045,160 kg 15-03-2004single rocketPayload mass quoted if flown with
Briz-M 88505 / 88506.
Phase I5,645 kg2,910 kg16-06-2004  
Phase II  07-07-200714-11-2010Mass to orbit is often quoted for use of 48° inital parking orbit.
Phase III6,150 kg3,250 kg11-02-2009  
Phase IV6,300 kg    
Mass delivered to orbit includes the payload adaptor. GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO. 51·5° parking orbit.

Proton Launch System Mission Planner’s Guide, Revision 6, December 2004
Quote
 The full 5645 kg PSM GTO 1500 m/sec ∆-V to GSO performance capability of the Proton M Breeze M is
currently available to Customers and has been demonstrated on three missions as of September 2004.

http://www.ilslaunch.com/launch-services/ils-proton-breeze-m-launch-vehicle/proton-heritage
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 As part of a continuous improvement program, the Phase I configuration of Proton Breeze M launcher enhancements carried out nearly all of the commercial missions in the 2004 to 2009 period.  The last commercial Phase I Proton Breeze M flew the Astra 1M mission for SES in November 2008.
 The Phase II Proton Breeze M rocket flew for the first time in July 2007 with the successful launch of the DirecTV 10 satellite.  The last commercial Phase II Proton Breeze M flew the Skyterra 1 mission for LightSquared in December 2010.
 The Phase III Proton Breeze M launch vehicle was flight proven on the Russian Federal dual mission of Express AM-44 and Express MD-1 in February 2009 and performed its first commercial launch in March 2010 with the Echostar XIV satellite. The Proton Breeze M phase III configuration is the current standard configuration for ILS Proton. This configuration provides 6150 kg of GTO performance, which is an increase of 1150 kg over the original Proton Breeze M, while maintaining the fundamental design configuration.

Flight 
Number
 
Start Date   
Serial 
Number  
Proton 
Configuration       
 Upper 
Stage    
 
Payload                                
       
_107-04-20015350153501 / 5350288503Briz-M
type 88501 - 88504
Ekran-M
_229-12-20025350253501 / 5350288504Briz-M
type 88501 - 88504
Nimiq-2
       
_315-03-20045350353503 / 5350488507Briz-MW3A
  5350453503 / 53504 Briz-M 
       
  53505Phase I Briz-M 
_416-06-200453506Phase I88509Briz-MIS-10-02
_504-08-200453507Phase I88508Briz-MAmazonas
_614-10-200453508Phase I88510Briz-MAMC-15
_703-02-200553509Phase I88511Briz-MAMC-12
_822-05-200553510Phase I88512Briz-MDTV-8
1128-02-200653511Phase I88515Briz-MARABSAT-4A
_908-09-200553512Phase I88513Briz-MAnik-F1R
1029-12-200553513Phase I88514Briz-MAMC-23
1204-08-200653514Phase I88516Briz-MHotbird-8
1308-11-200653515Phase I88517Briz-MARABSAT-4B
1509-04-200753516Phase I88521Briz-MAnik-F3
       
1411-12-200653521Phase I88518Briz-MMEASAT-3
1705-09-200753522Phase I88522Briz-MJCSAT-11
1817-11-200753523Phase I88523Briz-MSirius-4
2211-02-200853524Phase I88524Briz-MThor-2R
2314-03-200853525Phase I88525Briz-MAMC-14
1909-12-200753526Phase I88526Briz-MRaduga-1M
2128-01-200853527Phase I88530Briz-MEkspress-AM33
2025-12-200753528Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
2519-09-200853529Phase I88528Briz-MNimiq-4
4602-09-201053530Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
2625-09-200853531Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
4012-02-201053532Phase I RD-27699511Enhanced Briz-MIS-16
2705-11-200853533Phase I88531Briz-MAstra-1M
2925-12-200853534Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
3928-01-201053535Phase I88527Briz-MRaduga-1M
  53536Phase I Blok DMGLONASS
4905-12-201053537Phase I Blok DM-03GLONASS
3714-12-200953538Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
5830-10-201153539Phase I99523Enhanced Briz-MGLONASS
4101-03-201053540Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS
  53541Phase I   
5431-08-201153542Phase I88529Briz-MGarpun
       
1607-07-200753520Phase II88520Enhanced Briz-MDTV-10
2418-08-200893502Phase II RD-27599502Enhanced Briz-MINMARSAT-4F3
2810-12-200893503Phase II99503Enhanced Briz-MCiel-2
3103-04-200993504Phase II99504Enhanced Briz-MW2A
3216-05-200993505Phase II99505Enhanced Briz-MProtostar-2
3330-06-200993506Phase II99506Enhanced Briz-MSirius-FM5
3411-08-200993507Phase II99507Enhanced Briz-MASIASAT-5
3517-09-200993508Phase II99508Enhanced Briz-MNimiq-5
3624-11-200993509Phase II99509Enhanced Briz-MW7
3829-12-200993510Phase II99510Enhanced Briz-MDTV-12
4324-04-201093511Phase II99512Enhanced Briz-MSES-1
4403-06-201093512Phase II99513Enhanced Briz-MBadr-5
4814-11-201093513Phase II99516Enhanced Briz-MMSV-1
       
3011-02-200993501Phase III99501Enhanced Briz-MEkspress-AM44 / Ekspress-MD1
4220-03-201093514Phase III99514Enhanced Briz-MEchostar-14
4510-07-201093515Phase III99515Enhanced Briz-MEchostar-15
4714-10-201093516Phase III99517Enhanced Briz-MXM-5
5026-12-201093517Phase III99518Enhanced Briz-MKA-SAT
5215-07-201193518Phase III99519Enhanced Briz-MSES-3, KAZSAT-2
5120-05-201193519Phase III99520Enhanced Briz-MTELSTAR-14R
5514-09-201193520Phase III99521Enhanced Briz-MQUETZSAT-1
5318-08-201193521Phase III99522Enhanced Briz-MEkspress-AM4
5630-09-201193522Phase III99524Enhanced Briz-MVIASAT-1
5716-10-201193523Phase III99525Enhanced Briz-MSES-4

Variations

53521 MEASAT-3
Phase II type carbon plastic structure on 2nd stage forward bay
http://coopi.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=79

53532 INTELSAT-16
Phase I with RD-276

93502 INMARSAT-4F3
Phase II with RD-275
http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=19&nid=5


New serial numbers thanks to Rui
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #39 on: 08/17/2011 09:31 PM »
Some interesting technical informations here :

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #40 on: 08/17/2011 11:40 PM »
Polyot released an image of their factory, showing that they don't just build the Cosmos 3M anymore. Somewhere in there are pieces of Protons.

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #41 on: 08/18/2011 06:23 AM »

Flight 
Number
 
Start Date   
Serial 
Number  
Proton 
Configuration       
 Upper 
Stage    
 
Payload                                
1607-07-200753520Phase II88520Enhanced Briz-MDTV-10

Is it confirmed, that this launch featured an Enhanced Briz-M? All other Enhanced Briz-M stages have serial numbers beginning with 99.

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #42 on: 08/18/2011 04:45 PM »
Polyot released an image of their factory, showing that they don't just build the Cosmos 3M anymore. Somewhere in there are pieces of Protons.

Parts for the first stage

http://www.gtrk-omsk.ru/news/detail.php?ID=5598&phrase_id=2258
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #43 on: 08/18/2011 07:59 PM »

Flight
Number

Start Date   
Serial
Number 
Proton
Configuration       
Upper
Stage   

Payload                               
1607-07-200753520Phase II88520Enhanced Briz-MDTV-10

Is it confirmed, that this launch featured an Enhanced Briz-M? All other Enhanced Briz-M stages have serial numbers beginning with 99.

It was a prototype

And one would have been needed at the time for Ekspress-AM3 / KAZSAT
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=24072.msg779378#msg779378
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #44 on: 09/30/2011 09:55 PM »
Flight 
Number
 
Start Date   
Serial 
Number  
Proton 
Configuration       
 Upper 
Stage    
 
Payload                                
       
_107-04-20015350153501 / 5350288503Briz-M 
type 88501 - 88504
Ekran-M
_229-12-20025350253501 / 5350288504Briz-M 
type 88501 - 88504
Nimiq-2
       
_315-03-20045350353503 / 5350488507Briz-MW3A
  5350453503 / 53504 Briz-M 
       
  53505Phase I Briz-M 
_416-06-200453506Phase I88509Briz-MIS-10-02
_504-08-200453507Phase I88508Briz-MAmazonas
_614-10-200453508Phase I88510Briz-MAMC-15
_703-02-200553509Phase I88511Briz-MAMC-12
_822-05-200553510Phase I88512Briz-MDTV-8
1128-02-200653511Phase I88515Briz-MARABSAT-4A
_908-09-200553512Phase I88513Briz-MAnik-F1R
1029-12-200553513Phase I88514Briz-MAMC-23
1204-08-200653514Phase I88516Briz-MHotbird-8
1308-11-200653515Phase I88517Briz-MARABSAT-4B
1509-04-200753516Phase I88521Briz-MAnik-F3
       
1411-12-200653521Phase I88518Briz-MMEASAT-3
1705-09-200753522Phase I88522Briz-MJCSAT-11
1817-11-200753523Phase I88523Briz-MSirius-4
2211-02-200853524Phase I88524Briz-MThor-2R
2314-03-200853525Phase I88525Briz-MAMC-14
1909-12-200753526Phase I88526Briz-MRaduga-1M
2128-01-200853527Phase I88530Briz-MEkspress-AM33
2025-12-200753528Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 37
2519-09-200853529Phase I88528Briz-MNimiq-4
4602-09-201053530Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 42
2625-09-200853531Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 38
4012-02-201053532Phase I RD-27699511Enhanced Briz-MIS-16
2705-11-200853533Phase I88531Briz-MAstra-1M
2925-12-200853534Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 39
3928-01-201053535Phase I88527Briz-MRaduga-1M
  53536Phase I Blok DMGLONASS
4905-12-201053537Phase I Blok DM-03GLONASS 43
3714-12-200953538Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 41
5702-11-201153539Phase I99523Enhanced Briz-MGLONASS 44
4101-03-201053540Phase I Blok DM-2GLONASS 40
  53541Phase I   
5420-09-201153542Phase I RD-27688529Briz-MGarpun
       
1607-07-200753520Phase II88520Enhanced Briz-MDTV-10
2418-08-200893502Phase II RD-27599502Enhanced Briz-MINMARSAT-4F3
2810-12-200893503Phase II99503Enhanced Briz-MCiel-2
3103-04-200993504Phase II99504Enhanced Briz-MW2A
3216-05-200993505Phase II99505Enhanced Briz-MProtostar-2
3330-06-200993506Phase II99506Enhanced Briz-MSirius-FM5
3411-08-200993507Phase II99507Enhanced Briz-MASIASAT-5
3517-09-200993508Phase II99508Enhanced Briz-MNimiq-5
3624-11-200993509Phase II99509Enhanced Briz-MW7
3829-12-200993510Phase II99510Enhanced Briz-MDTV-12
4324-04-201093511Phase II99512Enhanced Briz-MSES-1
4403-06-201093512Phase II99513Enhanced Briz-MBadr-5
4814-11-201093513Phase II99516Enhanced Briz-MMSV-1
       
3011-02-200993501Phase III99501Enhanced Briz-MEkspress-AM44 / Ekspress-MD1
4220-03-201093514Phase III99514Enhanced Briz-MEchostar-14
4510-07-201093515Phase III99515Enhanced Briz-MEchostar-15
4714-10-201093516Phase III99517Enhanced Briz-MXM-5
5026-12-201093517Phase III99518Enhanced Briz-MKA-SAT
5215-07-201193518Phase III99519Enhanced Briz-MSES-3, KAZSAT-2
5120-05-201193519Phase III99520Enhanced Briz-MTELSTAR-14R
5619-10-201193520Phase III99521Enhanced Briz-MVIASAT-1
5317-08-201193521Phase III99522Enhanced Briz-MEkspress-AM4
5529-09-201193522Phase III99524Enhanced Briz-MQUETZSAT-1
  93523Phase III99525Enhanced Briz-MLuch-5A / Amos-5

Variations

53521 MEASAT-3
Phase II type carbon plastic structure on 2nd stage forward bay
http://coopi.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=79

53532 INTELSAT-16
53542 Garpun
Phase I with RD-276

93502 INMARSAT-4F3
Phase II with RD-275
http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=19&nid=5


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http://www.zenite.nu/orbita/
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #45 on: 10/04/2011 04:04 PM »
Just for fun : a picture (taken during SES-3/KazSat-2 launch campaign) showing three Proton-M launchers in the MIK 92A-50 !

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« Reply #46 on: 10/05/2011 12:01 AM »
I tried a little color correction on this great shot of Proton. Very impressive SLV.
1958 launch vehicle highlights: Vanguard TV-4 and Atlas 12B

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #47 on: 11/08/2011 05:22 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #48 on: 11/08/2011 06:13 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #49 on: 11/08/2011 06:30 PM »
I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

Briz-M for this flight has been delivered on 6th july, accordinf to the same NK article.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #50 on: 11/08/2011 06:58 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #51 on: 11/09/2011 03:49 PM »
Briz-M Baikonur delivery dates

 DelieveryStartSerialMissionNotesReference
       
 05-05-200006-06-200088502Gorizont  
 01-09-200414-10-200488510AMC15  
 12-12-200403-02-200588511AMC12 [Source]
       
 25-04-200522-05-200588512DIRECTV-8 [Source]
 14-11-200529-12-200588514AMC23  
       
1.06-02-200628-02-200688515ARABSAT-4A [Source]
2.25-06-200604-08-200688516Hotbird-82nd of 2006[Source]
 10-10-200608-11-200688517ARABSAT-4B [Source]
5.18-11-200611-12-200688518MEASAT-35th of 2006[Source]
       
1.19-03-200709-04-200788521Anik-F3 [Source]
2.28-05-200707-07-200788520DIRECTV-102nd of 2007[Source]
3.14-08-200705-09-200788522JCSAT-11 [Source]
4.25-10-200717-11-200788523Sirius-44th of 2007[Source]
5.16-11-200709-12-200788526Raduga-1M [Source]
6.28-12-200728-01-200888530Ekspress-AM33 [Source]
       
1.16-01-200811-02-200888524Thor-2R [Source]
2.22-02-200814-03-200888525AMC142nd of 2008[Source]
3.27-06-200818-08-200899502INMARSAT-4F33rd of 2008[Source]
4.17-08-200819-09-200888528Nimiq-4 [Source]
5.02-10-200805-11-200888531Astra-1M5th of 2008[Source]
6.09-11-200810-12-200899503Ciel-26th of 2008[Source]
       
1.11-01-200911-02-200999501Ekspress-AM44 / Ekspress-MD1 [Source]
2.04-03-200903-04-200999504EUTELSAT-W2A [Source]
3.16-04-200916-05-200999505PROTOSTAR-2 [Source]
4.07-06-200930-06-200999506Sirius-FM54th of 2009[Source]
5.15-07-200911-08-200999507ASIASAT-55th of 2009[Source]
6.18-08-200917-09-200999508Nimiq-5 [Source]
7.30-10-200924-11-200999509EUTELSAT-W77th of 2009[Source]
8.16-11-200928-01-201088527Raduga-1M8th of 2009, 34th since 1999[Source]
9.25-11-200929-12-200999510DIRECTV-129th of 2009[Source]
       
1.12-01-201012-02-201099511IS-16 [Source]
2.24-02-201020-03-201099514Echostar-14 [Source]
3.28-03-201024-04-201099512AMC4R SES-1 [Source]
4.05-05-201003-06-201099513ARABSAT-5B BADR-44th of 2010[Source]
5.10-06-201010-07-201099515Echostar-155th of 2010[Source]
6.19-07-201014-11-201099516MSV-1 SKYTERRA-1Briz-M & Fregat[Source]
7.24-08-201014-10-201099517Sirius-XM5 [Source]
8.28-10-201026-12-201099518KA-SAT8th of 2010[Source]
       
2.07-04-201120-05-201199520TELSTAR-14R2nd of 2011[Source]
3.28-04-201115-07-201199519SES-3, KAZSAT-2 [Source]
4A.06-07-201117-08-201199522Ekspress-AM4 [Source]
4B.06-07-201129-09-201199524QUETZSAT-14 in 2011, 2 delivered[Source]
 27-09-201125-11-201199527ASIASAT-7 [Source]
 18-10-201110-12-201199526SES-4 [Source]
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #52 on: 11/09/2011 08:25 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.

At this time I can confirm that the serial number was 93521.

By the way, numbers for the next Protons:

93525/99527 - AsiaSat-7
93523/99525 - Luch-5A / Amos-5
93524/99526 - SES-4
93526/99528 - Sirius FM-6
41019/117L - Oko

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #53 on: 11/09/2011 08:46 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.

At this time I can confirm that the serial number was 93521.

By the way, numbers for the next Protons:

93525/99527 - AsiaSat-7
93523/99525 - Luch-5A / Amos-5
93524/99526 - SES-4
93526/99528 - Sirius FM-6
41019/117L - Oko

Thank you…

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #56 on: 11/25/2011 08:48 AM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.

At this time I can confirm that the serial number was 93521.

By the way, numbers for the next Protons:

93525/99527 - AsiaSat-7
93523/99525 - Luch-5A / Amos-5
93524/99526 - SES-4
93526/99528 - Sirius FM-6
41019/117L - Oko

It seems that LV for AM4 was shifted many times. It was 93525/99524 indeed but in April, 93523/99525 in May and 93521/99522 actually. Sorry for the error.

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #57 on: 11/25/2011 08:47 PM »
Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
01.03.200512.200719.12.2007Manufacture of a Proton‑M rocket for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM33 in accordance with 8K82KM‑0000TU  897 058 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
24.03.200612.200822.12.2008Manufacture of Proton‑K rocket № 41018 for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM44 in accordance with 8K82K‑0000TU1  980 000 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
31.05.200712.200926.10.2009Manufacture of a Proton‑M rocket for the launch of the Multipurpose Laboratory Module ISS in accordance with 8K82KM‑0000TU1 023 240 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
10.06.200806.2010 Manufacture of a Proton‑M rocket for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM4 in accordance with 8K82KM‑0000‑O‑TU‑U1 123 000 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
02.06.201112.2013 Manufacture and delivery of three Proton‑M rockets for the launches of KA Ekspress‑AMU1, Ekspress‑AM7 and Luch‑4 in accordance with 8K82KM‑000‑0TU‑U4 044 202 000Federal Space Agency[Tender]
[Contract]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.03.200606.200831.12.2008Manufacture of a Briz‑M upper stage for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM33  293 470 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
31.05.200706.200831.12.2008Manufacture of a Briz‑M upper stage for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM44 in accordance with 14S43‑0000TU  323 000 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
26.05.200812.200909.11.2009Upper stage Briz‑M, in accordance with 14S43‑0000‑OTU, for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM4  348 900 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
02.06.201112.2012 Upper stage Briz‑M for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AT1 and Ekspress‑AT2 in accordance with 14S43‑0000‑0TU‑U  419 199 000Federal Space Agency[Tender]
[Contract]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.04.200604.200725.05.2007Manufacture of a payload fairing (GO) type 14S7511 and payload adapter (PS) type 14S326 for the launch of KGU GLONASS‑M block №35   54 975 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
31.05.200712.200719.12.2007Manufacture of a payload fairing and payload adapter, for the launch of Ekspress‑AM33  103 293 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
26.05.200812.200822.12.2008Payload fairing type 14S75.1511 and payload adapter, for the launch of Ekspress‑AM44  109 900 000Federal Space Agency[Contract]
07.09.200910.2010 Composite‑payload fairing for the launch of KGU block №43  122 960 000R.F. Ministry of Defense[Contract]
19.05.201012.2011 Manufacture of a payload fairing type 14S75 and payload adapter for the launch of KA Ekspress‑AM4 in accordance with 14S75.1514‑0000‑OSB  136 365 000Federal Space Agency[Tender]
[Contract]
06.04.201112.2011 Manufacture and supply of payload fairings 14S75.15 (four pieces) for the launches of KA Luch‑5B, Ekspress‑AM5, Ekspress‑AM6 and Ekspress‑AT1 with Ekspress‑AT2, in accordance with the documentation of the Chief Designer.   514 688 000Federal Space Agency[Tender]
[Contract]

 14S75 appears to be a generic term for any Proton payload fairing manufactured by Khrunichev, including the four Briz‑M fairings and the Blok‑DM fairing.
 14S326 is the 465 mm high metal payload adapter attaching the payload to the upper stage either Briz‑M or Blok‑DM; also used by Ekspress‑AM33.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #58 on: 02/03/2012 08:28 AM »

Flight 
Number
 
Start Date   
Serial 
Number  
Proton 
Configuration       
 Upper 
Stage    
 
Payload                                
1607-07-200753520Phase II88520Enhanced Briz-MDTV-10

Is it confirmed, that this launch featured an Enhanced Briz-M? All other Enhanced Briz-M stages have serial numbers beginning with 99.

It was a prototype

And one would have been needed at the time for Ekspress-AM3 / KAZSAT
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=24072.msg779378#msg779378

 KAZSAT and Ekspress-AM3 were to have been delivered by Proton-M, featuring a Briz-M with 11D458M settling and impulse adjustment thrusters. The launch was scheduled for December 2005. NIIMASH delivered the 1st set of 11D458M during June 2005.
 Tests on 1st stage engines RD-275M were also completed by June 2005.
 However the launch of Ekspress-AM3 was brought forward by six months to June 2005, and KAZSAT was delayed after Monitor-E to June 2006.

http://www.niimashspace.ru/index.php?option=com_blog_calendar&year=2010&month=08&day=23&modid=60
http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/667089
http://docs.pravo.ru/document/view/1753615/?mode=full
http://www.npoenergomash.ru/engines/rd253/

 RD-275M product 14D14M later became known as RD-276. The first flight was on 7th July 2007.
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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #59 on: 02/03/2012 03:31 PM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.

At this time I can confirm that the serial number was 93521.

By the way, numbers for the next Protons:

93525/99527 - AsiaSat-7
93523/99525 - Luch-5A / Amos-5
93524/99526 - SES-4
93526/99528 - Sirius FM-6
41019/117L - Oko

It seems that LV for AM4 was shifted many times. It was 93525/99524 indeed but in April, 93523/99525 in May and 93521/99522 actually. Sorry for the error.


 
Rocket
Factory
Serial Number
Short
Serial Number
 
Payload
 
Source
Proton-K492212212238602Ekspress-Ahttp://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-K492153960139601Telstar-6http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-M511343672593515Echostar-15http://www.kosmonavtika.com
Proton-M492343672393513MSV-1http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630543672893518KAZSAT-2 / OS-2 (SES-2)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492314673593525?NSS-14 (SES-4)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru

93525 needs another look… because of the factory serial number on the side of the rocket for SES-4.

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Re: A few bits of information about the Proton rocket
« Reply #60 on: 02/18/2012 08:41 AM »
According to NK n°10-2011, Proton-M launcher for Ekspress AM4 was 8K82KM n°93525, not 93521.

 To be honest the only source of information for this year was Mr. Barbosa. Rui where did you get the information from?

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=25364.msg777522#msg777522

I'm still struggling to find delivery dates for the Proton and Briz-M!

I'll try to confirm that information. I have 93525/99527 for AsiaSat-7.

At this time I can confirm that the serial number was 93521.

By the way, numbers for the next Protons:

93525/99527 - AsiaSat-7
93523/99525 - Luch-5A / Amos-5
93524/99526 - SES-4
93526/99528 - Sirius FM-6
41019/117L - Oko

It seems that LV for AM4 was shifted many times. It was 93525/99524 indeed but in April, 93523/99525 in May and 93521/99522 actually. Sorry for the error.


 
Rocket
Factory
Serial Number
Short
Serial Number
 
Payload
 
Source
Proton-K492212212238602Ekspress-Ahttp://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-K492153960139601Telstar-6http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-M511343672593515Echostar-15http://www.kosmonavtika.com
Proton-M492343672393513MSV-1http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630543672893518KAZSAT-2 / OS-2 (SES-2)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492314673593525?NSS-14 (SES-4)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru

93525 needs another look… because of the factory serial number on the side of the rocket for SES-4.

Proton-M 93520 for VIASAT-1 had a long serial number ending with …730, on the side of the rocket?
http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/frm/video/start106.php

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« Reply #61 on: 03/20/2012 09:01 PM »
Proton-M Briz-M timeline



2001 - Proton-M / Briz-M. 4,880 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO

2002 - planned introduction Proton-M / Briz-M with 5,160 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO. No such combination flew.

2002 - planned introduction of standard Proton-M / Briz-M, later referred to as phase I.

2004 - Proton-M / Briz-M launches Intelsat 10-02. 5,645 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO; 2,910 kg PSM direct to GSO.

2005 - planned introduction of enhanced (phase II) Proton-M / Briz-M; for delivery of Ekspress-AM3 with Kazsat direct to GSO.

2007 - enhanced (phase II) Proton-M / Briz-M launches DirecTV-10. 6,300 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO. 74·5° azimuth to a 48° parking orbit.

2008 - first 935 series Proton-M delivers Inmarsat-4F3. 1st stage manufactured by PO Polyot in Omsk.

2009 - phase III enhanced Proton-M / Briz-M launches Ekspress-AM44 with Ekspress-MD1. Minor enhancement pending closure of 48° parking orbit.

2010 - 74·5° azimuth no longer available. 200 kg drop in performance. Proton-M / Briz-M phase III 6,150 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO; 3,250 kg PSM direct to GSO.



2012 - first 65,000 km super-GTO capable Briz-M, for Intelsat 22.

2013 - planned introduction of phase IV enhanced Proton-M / Briz-M. 6,300 kg PSM capability to GTO with 1,500 m/s ∆-V to GSO.



PSM - payload systems mass includes the payload adaptor.

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« Reply #62 on: 04/23/2012 10:44 PM »
And now for something completely different.

I have always wondered about the 6 Proton fuel tanks on the first stage, it is such a kludge that I have always thought that this configuration was chosen because the external tanks were on hand at the time of the design. Since tooling is so expensive, its unlikely that these tanks were created for Proton, but rather that they were incorporated into Proton from some other flight system. The question is: which flight system?

My first guess was UR-100.

However, with Proton's max diameter of 7.4 meters, and a core diameter of 4.1, that means that the fuel tanks have a diameter of 1.65 meters, and that is much narrower than UR-100. So, I was stuck, since Khrunichev never made anything that narrow.

Then, I realized something: the filial plant at Omsk (Polyot) produced R-12s for Yangel. Therefore, Chelomei had access to R-12 tooling, and the R-12 had a diameter of exactly 1.65 meters. 

I would bet money that the length of the Proton first stage fuel tanks are almost exactly the same length as the R-12 fuel tank.

As a further trivia note, as interesting a possibility is that part of the R-12 is flying today, the R-12 structure was derived from the R-5, which in turn was a close derivative of the V-2 rocket.  I should mention that the V-2 had a max diameter of 1.65 meters.

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« Reply #63 on: 04/24/2012 02:43 PM »
Good research Danderman.
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« Reply #64 on: 04/27/2012 01:18 PM »
 
Rocket
Factory
Serial Number
Short
Serial Number
 
Payload
 
Source
Proton-K492212212238602Ekspress-Ahttp://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-K492153960139601Telstar-6http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-M511343672593515Echostar-15http://www.kosmonavtika.com
Proton-M492343672393513MSV-1http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630543672893518Kazsat-2 / OS-2 (SES-2)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492314673593525?NSS-14 (SES-4)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492514673893528?Yahsat-1Bhttp://www.tvroscosmos.ru
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« Reply #65 on: 05/05/2012 03:50 PM »
Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
01.03.200500.12.200719.12.2007Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330.897.058.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
24.03.200600.12.200822.12.2008Proton-K № 41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440.980.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.12.200926.10.2009Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1.023.240.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
10.06.200800.06.2010 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41.123.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
02.06.201100.11.2012 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency 
02.06.201100.07.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency 
02.06.201100.10.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency 
    Ekspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4.044.202.000
3x Proton-M
 [tender]
[contract]
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
NEM-11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
00.04.201225.11.2014  Ekspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5.746.240.000
4x Proton-M
 [tender]
00.05.201200.11.2014 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok № 541.436.560.000Federal Space Agency[tender]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.03.200600.06.200831.12.2008Briz-MEkspress-AM330.293.470.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.06.200831.12.2008Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440.323.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
26.05.200800.12.200909.11.2009Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.348.900.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
02.06.201100.09.2012 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with Ekspress-AT20.419.199.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
[contract]
00.04.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[tender]
00.06.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok № 440.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[tender]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.04.200600.04.200725.05.200714С75.11 and
ПС 14С326
GLONASS blok № 350.054.975.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.12.200719.12.200714С75 and ПС 14С326Ekspress-AM330.103.293.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
26.05.200800.12.200822.12.200814С75.15 and ПСEkspress-AM440.109.900.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
07.09.200900.10.2010 813БК-0100-0ТУGLONASS blok № 43K0.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
[contract]
08.10.201025.11.2011 813БК-0100-0ТУGLONASS blok № 45K and
2nd reserve piece
0.281.617.200
2x 813БК
R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
19.05.201000.09.2011 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.136.365.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
[contract]
06.04.201100.10.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency 
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM5 Federal Space Agency 
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM6 Federal Space Agency 
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with Ekspress-AT2 Federal Space Agency 
    Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with Ekspress-AT2
0.514.688.000
4x 14С75
 [tender]
[contract]
00.06.201225.11.2013 14С75GLONASS blok № 440.155.270.000Federal Space Agency[tender]

   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX   




 14С75 appears to be a generic term for any Proton payload fairing manufactured by Khrunichev, including the four Briz-M fairings and the Blok-DM fairing.
 14С326 is the 465 milimetre high metal payload adapter (ПС) attaching the payload to the upper stage either Briz-M or Blok-DM.
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« Reply #66 on: 05/12/2012 11:59 AM »
Briz-M Baikonur delivery dates

 Delivery dateScheduled launch date at time of deliveryStartBriz-M Serial NumberMissionNotesReference
        
 25.04.2005 22.05.200588512DirecTV-8 [source]
   08.09.200588513Anik-F1R  
 14.11.200506.12.200529.12.200588514AMC23 [source]
        
1.06.02.2006 28.02.200688515Arabsat-4A [source]
2.25.06.2006 04.08.200688516Hotbird-82nd of 2006[source]
 10.10.2006 08.11.200688517Arabsat-4B [source]
5.18.11.2006 11.12.200688518Measat-35th of 2006[source] [source]
        
1.19.03.2007 09.04.200788521Anik-F3 [source]
2.28.05.2007 07.07.200788520DirecTV-102nd of 2007[source]
3.14.08.2007 05.09.200788522JCSat-11 [source]
4.25.10.2007 17.11.200788523Sirius-44th of 2007[source]
5.16.11.2007 09.12.200788526Радуга-1М [source]
6.28.12.2007 28.01.200888530Экспресс-АМ33 [source]
        
1.16.01.2008 11.02.200888524Thor-2R [source]
2.22.02.2008 14.03.200888525AMC142nd of 2008[source]
3.27.06.200813.08.200818.08.200899502Inmarsat-4F33rd of 2008[source]
4.17.08.200817.09.200819.09.200888528Nimiq-4 [source]
5.02.10.200802.11.200805.11.200888531Astra-1M5th of 2008[source]
6.09.11.2008 10.12.200899503Ciel-26th of 2008[source]
        
1.11.01.2009 11.02.200999501Экспресс-АМ44 and Экспресс-МД1 [source]
2.04.03.2009 03.04.200999504Eutelsat-W2A [source]
3.16.04.2009 16.05.200999505Protostar-2 [source]
4.07.06.2009 30.06.200999506Sirius-FM54th of 2009[source]
5.15.07.2009 11.08.200999507Asiasat-55th of 2009[source]
6.18.08.2009 17.09.200999508Nimiq-5 [source]
7.30.10.2009 24.11.200999509Eutelsat-W77th of 2009[source]
8.16.11.200924.12.200928.01.201088527Радуга-1М8th of 2009, 34th since 1999[source]
9.25.11.2009 29.12.200999510DirecTV-129th of 2009[source]
        
1.12.01.2010 12.02.201099511Intelsat-16 [source]
2.24.02.2010 20.03.201099514Echostar-14 [source]
3.28.03.2010 24.04.201099512SES-1 [source]
4.05.05.2010 03.06.201099513Arabsat-5B4th of 2010[source]
5.10.06.2010 10.07.201099515Echostar-155th of 2010[source]
6.19.07.201017.08.201014.11.201099516MSV-1Бриз-М и Фрегат[source]
7.24.08.2010 14.10.201099517Sirius-XM5 [source] [source]
8.28.10.201019.12.201026.12.201099518KASat8th of 2010[source]
        
1.  20.09.201188529Гарпун  
2.07.04.2011 20.05.201199520Telstar-14R2nd of 2011[source]
3.28.04.201110.06.201115.07.201199519SES-3 and Kazsat-2 [source]
4.06.07.2011 17.08.201199522Экспресс-АМ44 in 2011, 2 units delivered[source] [source]
5.27.07.201130.08.201104.11.201199523ГЛОНАСС blok №445th of 2011[source]
6.09.08.201114.09.201129.09.201199524Quetzsat-1 [source]
7.27.09.2011 19.10.201199521Viasat-1 [source]
8.18.10.201110.12.201114.02.201299526SES-4 [source] [source]
9.31.10.2011 25.11.201199527Asiasat-79th of 2011[source] [source]
10.13.11.2011 11.12.201199525Луч-5А and Amos-5 [source]
11.13.12.201124.01.2012 99528Sirius-FM6 [source]
        
1.06.03.2012 25.03.201299537Intelsat-22 [source] [source]
2.23.03.2012 23.04.201299529Yahsat-1B [source]
3.09.04.201217.05.2012 99530Nimiq-63rd of 2012[source]
4.11.05.201221.06.2012 99531Sirius-5 [source]
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« Reply #67 on: 08/08/2012 03:16 PM »
 
Rocket
Factory
Serial Number
Short
Serial Number
 
Payload

Source
Proton-K492212212238602Ekspress-Ahttp://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-K492153960139601Telstar-6http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-M511343672593515Echostar-15http://www.kosmonavtika.com
Proton-M492343672393513MSV-1http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630543672893518Kazsat-2 / OS-2 (SES-2)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492314673593525?NSS-14 (SES-4)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492514673893528?Yahsat-1Bhttp://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M511365674393533?Telkom-3 / Ekspress-MD2http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #68 on: 08/11/2012 02:09 PM »
For Telkom-3 / Express-MD2 launch was used the 8K82KM Proton-M/Briz-M (93531/99532) launch vehicle.

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« Reply #69 on: 08/25/2012 08:14 AM »
Since you all are quite well-informed on the Proton's ins and outs, perhaps someone can help me with this question: Some Protons are painted all-white, and some are left bare metal, apart for the 1st stage external tank fairings and shroud. Those probably are non-metal parts.
What's the purpose of the difference in appearance? And does it have to do with the payload or is it the type of Proton used?
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« Reply #70 on: 10/24/2012 03:57 PM »
 
Rocket
Factory
serial number
Short
serial number
 
Payload
 
Source
Proton-K492212212238602Ekspress-Ahttp://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-K492153960139601Telstar-6http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru
Proton-M492343672393513MSV-1http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M511343672593515Echostar-15http://www.kosmonavtika.com
Proton-M630543672893518Kazsat-2 / OS-2 (SES-2)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492314673593524NSS-14 (SES-4)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630514673793526Intelsat-23http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492514673893527Yahsat-1Bhttp://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M492365674293530Sirius-5 (SES-5)http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M511365674393531Telkom-3 / Ekspress-MD2http://www.tvroscosmos.ru
Proton-M630365674493532Luch-5B / Yamal-300KAnik
Proton-M492365674593533EchoStar-16Anik
Proton-M511565674693534Yamal-402Anik

 I am wondering if the mismatch between the long and short serial numbers is because they are still producing phase I Proton-M and the numbering scheme overlaps with the current phase III?

 From the long number it should be possible to tell the year of release, or completion of the rocket. The fifth digit indicates the year, and the fourth is a half year code.
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« Reply #71 on: 10/29/2012 04:34 PM »
From the long number it should be possible to tell the year of release, or completion of the rocket. The fifth digit indicates the year, and the fourth is a half year code.

The last number - probably the order made ​​rockets a year. Absolutely exactly would correspond to my previous estimates of production Proton rockets (935xx series): 2007 - 1, 2008-3, 2009-6, 2010-9 (and the new from serial number 2011 - 9)

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« Reply #72 on: 11/01/2012 10:48 AM »
We have confirmation on this video that launcher for Luch-5B/Yamal-300K is number 6303656744.

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« Reply #73 on: 12/05/2012 02:44 PM »
Do you think that the Biser-3 computer is still in use on the Proton-M third stage ?

I think that the answer is 'yes', because we hav no other information. But I find this surprising, since the Biser-3 was also used on Fregat upper stage, and replaced there by Biser-6...
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« Reply #74 on: 12/05/2012 02:54 PM »
Do you think that the Biser-3 computer is still in use on the Proton-M third stage ?

I think that the answer is 'yes', because we hav no other information. But I find this surprising, since the Biser-3 was also used on Fregat upper stage, and replaced there by Biser-6...
I'm expecting that Biser-6 will replace Biser-3 when Phase-IV Proton-M is introduced in 2013, but Khrunichev is murmuring about a possible new Phase-V Proton-M around 2015, which I do not have any design specs on yet.

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #75 on: 12/05/2012 03:48 PM »
I post Khrunichev's booklets from Le Bourget 2011 and Farnborough 2012.
On the second one, you can see that Phase V has disppeared...
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« Reply #76 on: 12/05/2012 03:56 PM »
I post Khrunichev's booklets from Le Bourget 2011 and Farnborough 2012.
On the second one, you can see that Phase V has disppeared...
Well, they are apparently mentioning it again most probably due to some new Angara delays as of recent.

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« Reply #77 on: 12/05/2012 06:09 PM »
Do you think that the Biser-3 computer is still in use on the Proton-M third stage ?

I think that the answer is 'yes', because we hav no other information. But I find this surprising, since the Biser-3 was also used on Fregat upper stage, and replaced there by Biser-6...
I'm expecting that Biser-6 will replace Biser-3 when Phase-IV Proton-M is introduced in 2013, but Khrunichev is murmuring about a possible new Phase-V Proton-M around 2015, which I do not have any design specs on yet.

 I would be surprised if anymore could be squeezed out of the Proton, however according to revision 4 of the Proton Mission Planner’s Guide one way to increase capacity is to remove the Biser and rely on the Briz-M.

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« Reply #78 on: 12/05/2012 06:32 PM »
Do you think that the Biser-3 computer is still in use on the Proton-M third stage?

Yes, it is still in use and will not be replaced.

But I find this surprising, since the Biser-3 was also used on Fregat upper stage, and replaced there by Biser-6...

Biser-6 is lighter than Biser-3 and it was important to replace computer on upper stage rather than on rocket.

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« Reply #79 on: 12/10/2012 08:31 AM »
Interesting old pictures here :

http://chast-93764.narod.ru/old_photos/old_photos07.html

(unfortunately, undated...)
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« Reply #80 on: 12/27/2012 09:07 PM »
Andrey, do you know what is exactly a 8П882К-4Ф ?

For example, PU n°39 is a 8П882К, a 8П882КМ or a 8П882К-4Ф ?
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« Reply #81 on: 12/27/2012 11:18 PM »
 I would be surprised if anymore could be squeezed out of the Proton, however according to revision 4 of the Proton Mission Planner’s Guide one way to increase capacity is to remove the Biser and rely on the Briz-M.

I don't think that users of the 3 stage version of Proton would agree.

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« Reply #82 on: 12/28/2012 12:07 AM »
I would be surprised if anymore could be squeezed out of the Proton, however according to revision 4 of the Proton Mission Planner’s Guide one way to increase capacity is to remove the Biser and rely on the Briz-M.
I don't think that users of the 3 stage version of Proton would agree.
I agree with that statement. A more logical step would be to switch to the smaller and lighter Biser-6 or a new next generation computer for three-stage version.
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« Reply #83 on: 12/28/2012 11:58 AM »
For example, PU n°39 is a 8П882К, a 8П882КМ or a 8П882К-4Ф?

23 and 24 are 8П882К, 39 and 40 are 8П882К-4Ф.

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #84 on: 12/28/2012 12:24 PM »
For example, PU n°39 is a 8П882К, a 8П882КМ or a 8П882К-4Ф?

23 and 24 are 8П882К, 39 and 40 are 8П882К-4Ф.

Thank you !
And do you know the difference between 8П882К and 8П882К-4Ф ?
I guess that 39 and 40 were 8П882К at the beginning, and that they have been upgraded to 8П882К-4Ф ?
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #85 on: 12/28/2012 03:22 PM »
For example, PU n°39 is a 8П882К, a 8П882КМ or a 8П882К-4Ф?

23 and 24 are 8П882К, 39 and 40 are 8П882К-4Ф.

Thank you !
And do you know the difference between 8П882К and 8П882К-4Ф ?
I guess that 39 and 40 were 8П882К at the beginning, and that they have been upgraded to 8П882К-4Ф ?

Site 81 each platform was designed for 32 launches before overhaul, whilst for site 200 each platform for 66 each.

Also lightning towers are different.

Goverment documents, for example under
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru
still distinguish between 8П882К and 8П882К-4Ф
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« Reply #86 on: 12/28/2012 03:38 PM »
Can anyone identify this Proton? Number 100 on second stage.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #87 on: 12/28/2012 05:45 PM »
Can anyone identify this Proton? Number 100 on second stage

If it was 100th launch of Proton rocket, then it is Raduga launch on November 26th, 1982 from pad 200/39.

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« Reply #88 on: 12/28/2012 08:24 PM »
Tsenki Intelsat-10 publication
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Launch Complex for Proton Launch Vehicle (Brief review)
 The 8P882K launch complex (launch pads No. 23 and 24, area No. 81) was developed since 1962 by Design Bureau of General Machine-Building, KBOM, (that time GSKB SPETsMASH) led by Vladimir Pavlovich Barmin. The first launch of two-stage Proton launch vehicle was carried out on the 16th of July 1965.
 Since 1965 the facilities and aggregates, which provide for supporting pre-launch activities, were modified in order to operate with modernised Proton-K (8K82K) rocket. By the beginning of 1967 the modification of aggregates on the Baikonur Cosmodrome were completed. And since March of 1967 the Proton-K began to operate in three-stage configuration.
 In 1969-1972 the modification of aggregates was continued in order to provide for operation with the 11F71 head parts (long-term orbital stations of Almaz type). Later the service aggregates and transport facilities are permanent modified according to development of head blocks.
 Taking into account the experience, accumulated in the seventies, the new launch complex - 8P882K-4F (launch pads No. 39, No. 40, area 200) - was designed, built and set in operation. The first launch took place on the 24th of July 1977 (launch pad No. 40).
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« Reply #89 on: 12/29/2012 09:05 PM »
I wonder if the "F" in the designator for the Complex 200 pads (8P882K-4F) stands for "fluorine" (фтор in Russian). A number of sources confirm that the Complex 200 pads were originally built to accommodate Protons with the 11S813 ammonia/fluorine upper stage carrying Glushko's RD-301 engine. This version of the Proton was designated UR-500KF.

Given the high toxicity of these propellants, it's amazing how far work on this upper stage advanced. In fact, it seems to have been virtually ready to fly when it was scrapped by a government decree in February 1977, apparently not so much out of concern over the safety of launch pad personnel, but because a big nuclear-powered comsat (Ekran-AM) that was supposed to be launched by the UR-500KF got cancelled. 

By the way, other designators I've seen for Complex 95 and Complex 200 are "Object 333" and "Object 548".

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #90 on: 12/29/2012 09:11 PM »
Can anyone identify this Proton? Number 100 on second stage

If it was 100th launch of Proton rocket, then it is Raduga launch on November 26th, 1982 from pad 200/39.
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« Reply #91 on: 01/07/2013 05:27 PM »
"If it was 100th launch of Proton rocket, then it is Raduga launch on November 26th, 1982 from pad 200/39. "

Thank you for the information of this launch!
I also collect photos of soviet/russian rockets... preferring the Proton.

But also I have photos of a Proton, which has an "300 PUSK" at one of its first stage tanks.
I think, it was Express-AM1.


greetings and thanks...
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« Reply #92 on: 01/22/2013 07:52 PM »
Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
01.03.200500.12.200719.12.2007Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330.897.058.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
24.03.200600.12.200822.12.2008Proton-K № 41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440.980.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.12.200926.10.2009Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1.023.240.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
10.06.200800.06.2010 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41.123.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
02.06.201100.11.2012 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency 
02.06.201100.07.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency 
02.06.201100.10.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency 
    Ekspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4.044.202.000
3x Proton-M
 [tender]
[contract]
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
   Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
NEM-11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
00.04.201225.11.2014  Ekspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5.746.240.000
4x Proton-M
 [tender]
00.05.201230.06.2014 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok № 541.436.560.000Federal Space Agency[tender]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.03.200600.06.200831.12.2008Briz-MEkspress-AM330.293.470.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.06.200831.12.2008Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440.323.000.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
26.05.200800.12.200909.11.2009Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.348.900.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
02.06.201100.09.2012 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.419.199.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
[contract]
00.04.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[tender]
00.06.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok № 440.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[tender]
 25.11.2014 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM4R0.438.456.500Federal Space Agency[tender]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.04.200600.04.200725.05.200714С75.11 and ПС 14С326GLONASS blok № 350.054.975.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
31.05.200700.12.200719.12.200714С75 and ПС 14С326Ekspress-AM330.103.293.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
26.05.200800.12.200822.12.200814С75.15 and ПСEkspress-AM440.109.900.000Federal Space Agency[contract]
    GLONASS blok № 40 and 410.232.000.000
2x
R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
    GLONASS blok № 420.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
07.09.200900.10.2010 813БК-0100-0ТУGLONASS blok № 43K0.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
[contract]
08.10.201025.11.2011 813БК-0100-0ТУGLONASS blok № 45K and a 2nd reserve piece0.281.617.200
2x 813БК
R.F. Ministry of Defense[tender]
19.05.201000.09.2011 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.136.365.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
[contract]
06.04.201100.10.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency 
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM50.138.986.200Federal Space Agency[source]
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM60.138.986.200Federal Space Agency[source]
06.04.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
 Federal Space Agency 
    Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.514.688.000
4x 14С75
 [tender]
[contract]
00.06.201225.11.2013 14С75GLONASS blok № 440.155.270.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
 25.11.2013 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM70.155.270.000Federal Space Agency[tender]
 25.11.2013 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM9
Ekspress-AMU1
0.155.270.000Federal Space Agency[tender]

   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX   

 14С75 appears to be a generic term for any Proton payload fairing manufactured by Khrunichev, including the four Briz-M fairings and the Blok-DM fairing.
 14С326 is the 465 milimetre high metal payload adapter (ПС) attaching the payload to the upper stage either Briz-M or Blok-DM.
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« Reply #93 on: 01/27/2013 06:18 PM »
Stan, Anik, Do we have an updated target launch date for first Phase IV Proton launcher that has been planned in 2013 or are we talking 2014 now do to the recent failures and political insanity between Russia and Kazakhstan. Do we know the payload for this mission yet?

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« Reply #94 on: 05/13/2013 05:47 AM »
Proton

     20701  Proton‑1          16.07.1965  8К82  
     20801                                8К82 ‑ unflown?  
     20901  Proton‑2          02.11.1965  8К82  
     21001                                8К82 ‑ unflown?  
 У10721101  ‑                 24.03.1966  8К82  
 У10721201  Proton‑3          06.07.1966  8К82  

Proton‑K

 Н10722701  Kosmos‑146        10.03.1967  8К82К  
 Н10722801  Kosmos‑154        08.04.1967  8К82К  
 Я10722901  ‑                 27.09.1967  8К82К  
 Я10723001  ‑                 22.11.1967  8К82К  
 Я10723101  Zond‑4            02.03.1968  8К82К  
 Я10723201  ‑                 22.04.1968  8К82К  
 Я10723301  ‑                 02.04.1969  8К82К  
 В10723401  Zond‑5            14.09.1968  8К82К  
 В10723501  Zond‑6            10.11.1968  8К82К  
     23601  Proton‑4          16.11.1968  8К82К  
 В10723701  ‑                 20.01.1969  8К82К  
 В10723801  ‑                 14.06.1969  8К82К  
 В10723901  ‑                 19.02.1969  8К82К  
 В10724001  ‑                 27.03.1969  8К82К  
 Ю10724101  Kosmos‑305        22.10.1969  8К82К  
 Ю10724201  Luna‑15           13.07.1969  8К82К  
 Ю10724301  ‑                 07.08.1969  8К82К  
 Ю10724401  Kosmos‑300        23.09.1969  8К82К  
 Ю10724501  ‑                 28.11.1969  8К82К  
     24601  LVE 82EV          18.08.1970  8К82К  
 Ю10724701  ‑                 06.02.1970  8К82К  
     24801  Luna‑16           12.09.1970  8К82К  
     24901  Mars‑3            28.05.1971  8К82К  
     25001  Zond‑8            20.10.1970  8К82К  
     25101  Luna‑17           10.11.1970  8К82К  
     25201  Kosmos‑382        02.12.1970  8К82К  
     25301  Kosmos‑419        10.05.1971  8К82К  
4922425401  ‑                 19.04.1971  8К82К  
     25501  Mars‑2            19.05.1971  8К82К  
4922425601  Luna‑18           02.09.1971  8К82К  
5112425701  Luna‑19           28.09.1971  8К82К  
     25801  Luna‑20           14.02.1972  8К82К  
     25901  Luna‑21           08.01.1973  8К82К  
     26001  ‑                 29.07.1972  8К82К  
     26101  Mars‑4            21.07.1973  8К82К  
     26201  Mars‑5            25.07.1973  8К82К  

     28101  Mars‑6            05.08.1973  8К82К  
     28102  Mars‑7            09.08.1973  8К82К  
     28201  Kosmos‑637        26.03.1974  8К82К  
     28202  Luna‑22           29.05.1974  8К82К  
     28301  Salyut‑2          03.04.1973  8К82К  
     28302  Salyut‑3          24.06.1974  8К82К  
     28401  Kosmos‑557        11.05.1973  8К82К  
     28402  Salyut‑4          26.12.1974  8К82К  
     28501  Luna‑23           28.10.1974  8К82К  
     28502  Kosmos‑775        08.10.1975  8К82К  
     28601  Venera‑9          08.06.1975  8К82К  
     28602  Venera‑10         14.06.1975  8К82К  
     28701  Monilya‑1S        29.07.1974  8К82К  
     28702  ‑                 16.10.1975  8К82К  
     28801  Raduga            22.12.1975  8К82К  
     28802  Luna‑24           09.08.1976  8К82К  
     28901  Raduga            11.09.1976  8К82К  
     28902  LVI‑1             15.12.1976  8К82К  
     29001  Ekran             26.10.1976  8К82К  
     29002  Salyut‑5          22.06.1976  8К82К  
     29101  Raduga            23.07.1977  8К82К  
     29102  Ekran             20.09.1977  8К82К  
     29201  LVI‑3             30.03.1978  8К82К  
     29202  Raduga            18.07.1978  8К82К  
     29301  LVI‑2             04.08.1977  8К82К  
     29302  Kosmos‑929        17.07.1977  8К82К  
     29401  Ekran             21.02.1979  8К82К  
     29402  Ekran             27.05.1978  8К82К  
     29501  Salyut‑6          29.09.1977  8К82К  
     29502  Gorizont          19.12.1978  8К82К  
     29601  Venera‑11         09.09.1978  8К82К  
     29602  Venera‑12         14.09.1978  8К82К  
     29701  Raduga            20.02.1980  8К82К  
     29702  Ekran             17.08.1978  8К82К  
     29801  Ekran             17.10.1978  8К82К  
     29802  Raduga            25.04.1979  8К82К  
     29901  Gorizont          05.07.1979  8К82К  
     29902  Kosmos‑1267       25.04.1981  8К82К  
     30001  Raduga            05.10.1980  8К82К  
     30002  LVI‑4             22.05.1979  8К82К  
     30101  Ekran             14.07.1980  8К82К  
     30102  Raduga            30.07.1981  8К82К  
     30201  Kosmos‑1738       04.04.1986  8К82К  
     30202  Ekran             03.10.1979  8К82К  
     30301  Gorizont          28.12.1979  8К82К  
     30302  Gorizont          14.06.1980  8К82К  
     30401  Ekran             26.12.1980  8К82К  
     30402  Ekran             12.03.1983  8К82К  
     30501  Ekran             25.06.1981  8К82К  
     30502  Gorizont          15.03.1982  8К82К  
     30601  Raduga            18.03.1981  8К82К  
     30602  Salyut‑7          19.04.1982  8К82К  
     30701  Astron            23.03.1983  8К82К  
     30702  Ekran             22.07.1982  8К82К  
     30801  Ekran             05.02.1982  8К82К  
     30802  Gorizont          30.11.1983  8К82К  
     30901  Ekran             16.09.1982  8К82К  
     30902  Kosmos‑1443       02.03.1983  8К82К  
     31001  Raduga            09.10.1981  8К82К  
     31002  Kosmos‑1366       16.05.1982  8К82К  
     31101  Venera‑13         30.10.1981  8К82К  
     31102  Venera‑14         04.11.1981  8К82К  
     31201  Gorizont          20.10.1982  8К82К  
     31202  Gorizont          22.04.1984  8К82К  
     31301  Raduga            26.11.1982  8К82К  
     31302  Kosmos‑1656       30.05.1985  8К82К  
     31401  Raduga            24.12.1982  8К82К  
     31402  Gorizont          30.06.1983  8К82К  
     31501  GLONASS blok №1   12.10.1982  8К82К  
     31502  Raduga            08.04.1983  8К82К  
     31601  Kosmos‑1540       02.03.1984  8К82К  
     31602  Raduga            25.08.1983  8К82К  
     31701  GLONASS blok №2   10.08.1983  8К82К  
     31702  Raduga            08.08.1985  8К82К  
     31801  Ekran             29.09.1983  8К82К  
     31802  Raduga            15.02.1984  8К82К  
     31901  Raduga            22.06.1984  8К82К  
     31902  Kosmos‑1546       29.03.1984  8К82К  
     32001  GLONASS blok №5   04.09.1984  8К82К  
     32002  GLONASS blok №3   29.12.1983  8К82К  
     32101  Venera‑15         02.06.1983  8К82К  
     32102  Venera‑16         07.06.1983  8К82К  
     32201  Ekran             16.03.1984  8К82К  
     32202  Gorizont          10.06.1986  8К82К  
     32301  Raduga            19.03.1987  8К82К  
     32302  GLONASS blok №4   19.05.1984  8К82К  
     32401  Gorizont          01.08.1984  8К82К  
     32402  Ekran             24.08.1984  8К82К  
     32501  Kosmos‑1894       28.10.1987  8К82К  
     32502  Venera‑Galley‑2   21.12.1984  8К82К  
     32601  Raduga            15.11.1985  8К82К  
     32602  Gorizont          18.01.1985  8К82К  
     32701  Kosmos‑1629       21.02.1985  8К82К  
     32702  Kosmos‑1603       28.09.1984  8К82К  
     32801  Ekran             22.03.1985  8К82К  
     32802  Kosmos‑1888       01.10.1987  8К82К  
     32901  Venera‑Galley‑1   15.12.1984  8К82К  
     32902  Ekran‑M           10.12.1988  8К82К  
     33001  Kosmos‑1897       26.11.1987  8К82К  
     33002  GLONASS blok №6   17.05.1985  8К82К  
     33101  Kosmos‑1686       27.09.1985  8К82К  
     33102  Raduga            17.01.1986  8К82К  
     33201  Kosmos‑1940       26.04.1988  8К82К  
     33202  Kosmos‑1700       25.10.1985  8К82К  
     33301  Ekran             24.05.1986  8К82К  
     33302  Gorizont          18.08.1988  8К82К  
     33401  Gorizont          18.11.1986  8К82К  
     33402  GLONASS blok №7   24.12.1985  8К82К  
     33501  GLONASS blok №9   24.04.1987  8К82К  
     33502  Raduga            25.10.1986  8К82К  
     33601  GLONASS blok №8   16.09.1986  8К82К  
     33602  Kvant             31.03.1987  8К82К forced 11Д43 at 106½% 
                                          8Д411К and 8Д412К at 101½% 
     33701  Mir               19.02.1986  8К82К forced 11Д43 at 106½% 
                                          8Д411К and 8Д412К at 101½% 
     33702  Ekran             03.09.1987  8К82К  
     33801  Almaz             29.11.1986  8К82К  
     33802  Gorizont          11.05.1987  8К82К  
     33901  Raduga            20.10.1988  8К82К  
     33902  GLONASS blok №10  16.09.1987  8К82К  
     34001  Kosmos‑2085       18.07.1990  8К82К  
     34002  Gorizont          05.07.1989  8К82К  
     34101  Ekran‑M           30.01.1987  8К82К  
     34102  Gorizont          18.01.1988  8К82К  
     34201  Globus‑1          27.12.1990  8К82К  
     34202  Gorizont          20.06.1990  8К82К  
     34301  Raduga            10.12.1987  8К82К  
     34302  Gorizont          31.03.1988  8К82К  
     34401  Raduga            15.12.1989  8К82К  
     34402  Kosmos‑2133       14.02.1991  8К82К  
     34501  Ekran‑M           27.12.1987  8К82К  
     34502  Ekran‑M           09.08.1990  8К82К  
     34601  Gorizont          28.09.1989  8К82К  
     34602  GLONASS blok №11  17.02.1988  8К82К  
     34701  Almaz             25.07.1987  8К82К  
     34702  Kosmos‑2054       27.12.1989  8К82К  
     34801  GLONASS blok №12  21.05.1988  8К82К  
     34802  Gorizont          23.11.1990  8К82К  
     34901  Ekran             06.05.1988  8К82К  
     34902  GLONASS blok №13  16.09.1988  8К82К  
     35001  GLONASS blok №16  19.05.1990  8К82К  
     35002  GLONASS blok №14  10.01.1989  8К82К  
     35101  Kosmos‑1961       01.08.1988  8К82К  
     35102  Gorizont          26.01.1989  8К82К  
     35201  Granat            01.12.1989  8К82К  
     35202  GLONASS blok №15  31.05.1989  8К82К  
                                   
Introduction of 11Д43 at 102%      
                                   
     35301  Kosmos‑2155       13.09.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35302  Kosmos‑2172       22.11.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35401  Kvant‑2           26.11.1989  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35402  GLONASS blok №18  04.04.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35501  Raduga            19.12.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35502  Globus‑1          21.06.1989  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35601  Fobos‑2           12.07.1988  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35602  Fobos‑1           07.07.1988  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35701  Gorizont          20.05.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35702  Kosmos‑2224       17.12.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35801  Raduga            25.03.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35802  Gals              20.01.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35901  Raduga            30.09.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     35902  Raduga            14.04.1989  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36001  Kristall          31.05.1990  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36002  Raduga            28.02.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36101  Raduga            20.12.1990  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36102  Elektro           31.10.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36201  GLONASS blok №21  17.02.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36202  Gorizont          23.10.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36301  Kosmos‑2209       10.09.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36302  Raduga            15.02.1990  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36401  Gorizont          27.11.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36402  Gorizont          27.05.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36501  Almaz             31.03.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36502  Kosmos‑2282       06.07.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36601  Raduga            28.12.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36602  GLONASS blok №17  08.12.1990  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36701  Gorizont          18.11.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36702  GLONASS blok №23  11.08.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36801  Gorizont          28.10.1993  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36802                                8К82К 11Д43 at 102% ‑ unflown?  
     36901  Gorizont          02.04.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     36902  Kosmos‑2319       30.08.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37001  Gorizont          03.11.1990  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37002  GLONASS blok №25  07.03.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37101  GLONASS blok №24  20.11.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37102  Gorizont          14.07.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37201  Ekran‑M           30.10.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37202  GLONASS blok №19  29.01.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37301  Gorizont          01.07.1991  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37302  Luch              16.12.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37401  GLONASS blok №26  24.07.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37402  Gorizont          25.01.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37501  Inmarsat‑3F2      06.09.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37502  Globus‑1          05.02.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37601  GLONASS blok №20  30.07.1992  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37602  Raduga            18.02.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37701  GLONASS blok №22  11.04.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37702  Ekspress          13.10.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37801  GLONASS blok №27  14.12.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37802  Spektr            20.05.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37901  Gorizont          25.05.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     37902  Ekspress          26.09.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38001  Kosmos‑2344       06.06.1997  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38002  Telstar‑5         24.05.1997  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38101  Kosmos‑2345       14.08.1997  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38102  Kosmos‑2291       21.09.1994  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38201  Kupon             12.11.1997  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38202  Astra‑1G          02.12.1997  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38301  Astra‑2A          30.08.1998  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38302  Raduga            19.02.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38401  Gals              17.11.1995  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38402  Kosmos‑2350       29.04.1998  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38501  Priroda           23.04.1996  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
     38502  GLONASS blok №28  30.12.1998  8К82К 11Д43 at 102%  
                                   
Introduction of 14Д14              
                                   
     38601  Luch‑1            11.10.1995  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38602  Ekspress‑A1       27.10.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38701  Globus‑1          28.02.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38702  PAS‑5             28.08.1997  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38801  Asiasat‑3S        21.03.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38802  Yamal‑100         06.09.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38901  Raduga            05.07.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     38902  Kosmos‑2371       04.07.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          8Д411К and 8Д412К               
                                          replaced with improved versions 
     39001  Astra‑1F          08.04.1996  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39002  Iridium           18.06.1997  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39101  Iridium           14.09.1997  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39102  Iridium           07.04.1998  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39201  Gorizont          06.06.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          8Д411К and 8Д412К               
                                          replaced with improved versions 
     39202  Mars‑8            16.11.1996  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39301  GLONASS blok №29  13.10.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          8Д411К and 8Д412К               
                                          replaced with improved versions 
     39302  Echostar‑4        07.05.1998  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39401  Asiasat‑3         24.12.1997  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39402  Ekspress‑A3       23.06.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                   
Introduction of spent 1st stage propellent venting   
                                   
     39501  Zarya             20.11.1998  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     39502  PAS‑8             04.11.1998  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
4921539601  Telstar‑6         15.02.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39602  Nimiq‑1           20.05.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39701  SESAT             17.04.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39702  Astra‑1H          18.06.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39801  Zvezda            12.07.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39802  LMI‑1             26.09.1999  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39901  Ekspress‑A2       12.03.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
     39902  Garuda‑1          12.02.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
     40001  Sirius‑FM1        30.06.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                   
Introduction of improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К           
                                   
     40002  Sirius‑FM2        05.09.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40101  GE‑1A             01.10.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40102  Globus‑1          28.08.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40201  GE‑6              21.10.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40202  Sirius‑FM3        30.11.2000  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40301  PAS‑10            15.05.2001  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40302  Astra‑2C          16.06.2001  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
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     40401  Kosmos‑2379       24.08.2001  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40402  DTV‑5             07.05.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40501  Globus‑1          06.10.2001  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40502  GLONASS blok №30  01.12.2001  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40601  Intelsat‑903      30.03.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40602  Echostar‑8        22.08.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40701  Ekspress‑A4       10.06.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40702  Yamal‑200         24.11.2003  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     40801  Kosmos‑2392       25.07.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40802  Astra‑1K          25.11.2002  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     40901  INTEGRAL          17.10.2002  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     40902  GLONASS blok №31  25.12.2002  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     41001  AMC9              06.06.2003  8К82К 14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     41002  Kosmos‑2397       24.04.2003  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41003  GLONASS blok №32  09.12.2003  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41004  Ekspress‑AM22     28.12.2003  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41005  Globus‑1          27.03.2004  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41006  Ekspress‑AM11     26.04.2004  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41007  Ekspress‑AM3      24.06.2005  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41008  Ekspress‑AM1      29.10.2004  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41009  GLONASS blok №33  26.12.2004  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41010  Ekspress‑AM2      29.03.2005  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41011  GLONASS blok №34  25.12.2005  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41012  Kazsat‑1          17.06.2006  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41013                                8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К ‑ unflown?  
     41014  Kosmos‑2440       26.06.2008  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41015  GLONASS blok №35  25.12.2006  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41016  Globus‑1          28.02.2009  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41017  GLONASS blok №36  26.10.2007  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  
     41018  Kosmos‑2479       30.03.2012  8К82К 14Д14                 
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К  


http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php?id=19&nid=42

РД-253Ф
http://www.protonpm.ru/corporate/win/download/907/

Phase 2 RD-0210
http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0006/22express3a/

40702, 40802, 40902 and 41001 based on timings from Khrunichev website               
http://coopi.khrunichev.ru

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #96 on: 05/13/2013 05:52 AM »
Proton‑M
                    
Early versions      
14Д14 at 102%       
improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%    
                    
     53501  Ekran‑M           07.04.2001  8К82КМ (1)  14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     53502  Nimiq‑2           29.12.2002  8К82КМ (1)  14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     53503  Eutelsat‑W3A      15.03.2004  8К82КМ (2)  14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
     53504                                8К82КМ (2)  14Д14 at 102%         
                                          improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%  
                    
8К82КМ Phase I      
14Д14 at 102%       
improved 8Д411К and 8Д412К at 105%    
                                                                  
     53505                                8К82КМ Phase I          
     53506  Intelsat‑1002     16.06.2004  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53507  Amazonas‑1        04.08.2004  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53508  AMC15             14.10.2004  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53509  AMC12             03.02.2005  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53510  DTV‑8             22.05.2005  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53511  Badr‑4A           28.02.2006  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53512  Anik‑F1R          08.09.2005  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53513  AMC23             29.12.2005  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53514  Hotbird‑8         04.08.2006  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53515  Badr‑4B           08.11.2006  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53516  Anik‑F3           09.04.2007  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53517                                8К82КМ Phase I - unflown? 
                                                                  
     53520  DTV‑10            07.07.2007  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М ‑ prototype 
     53521  Measat‑3          11.12.2006  8К82КМ Phase I ‑ 1st flight carbon fibre composite structure 
     53522  JCSAT‑11          05.09.2007  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53523  Sirius‑4          17.11.2007  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53524  Thor‑5            11.02.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53525  AMC14             14.03.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53526  Globus‑1M         09.12.2007  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53527  Ekspress‑AM33     28.01.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53528  GLONASS blok №37  25.12.2007  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53529  Nimiq‑4           19.09.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53530  GLONASS blok №42  02.09.2010  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53531  GLONASS blok №38  25.09.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53532  Intelsat‑16       12.02.2010  8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М ‑ but not at full thrust 
     53533  Astra‑1M          05.11.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53534  GLONASS blok №39  25.12.2008  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53535  Globus‑1M         28.01.2010  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53536                                8К82КМ Phase I   ‑ damaged during transport 
     53537  GLONASS blok №43  05.12.2010  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53538  GLONASS blok №41  14.12.2009  8К82КМ Phase I          
     53539  GLONASS blok №44  04.11.2011  8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М 
     53540  GLONASS blok №40  01.03.2010  8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М 
     53541                                8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М 
     53542  Kosmos‑2473       20.09.2011  8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М 
     53543  GLONASS blok №51  01.07.2013  8К82КМ Phase I   14Д14М 
                                                                  
Polyot manufactured 1st stage                                     
                                                                  
     93501  Ekspress‑AM44 &   11.02.2009  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
            Ekspress‑MD1                                          
     93502  Inmarsat‑4F3      18.08.2008  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14  ‑ customised rocket 
     93503  Ciel‑2            10.12.2008  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93504  Eutelsat‑W2A      03.04.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93505  Protostar‑2       16.05.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93506  Sirius‑FM5        30.06.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93507  Asiasat‑5         11.08.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93508  Nimiq‑5           17.09.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93509  Eutelsat‑W7       24.11.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93510  DTV‑12            29.12.2009  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93511  SES‑1             24.04.2010  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М ‑ but not at full thrust 
     93512  Badr‑5B           03.06.2010  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93513  Skyterra‑1        14.11.2010  8К82КМ Phase II  14Д14М 
     93514  Echostar‑14       20.03.2010  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93515  Echostar‑15       10.07.2010  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93516  XM‑5              14.10.2010  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93517  KA‑SAT            26.12.2010  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93518  SES‑3 & Kazsat‑2  15.07.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93519  Telstar‑14R       20.05.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93520  Viasat‑1          19.10.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93521  Ekspress‑AM4      17.08.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93522  Quetzsat‑1        29.09.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93523  Luch‑5A & Amos‑5  11.12.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93524  SES‑4             14.02.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93525  Asiasat‑7         25.11.2011  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93526  Intelsat‑23       14.10.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93527  Yahsat‑1B         24.04.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93528  Intelsat‑22       25.03.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93529  Nimiq‑6           17.05.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93530  SES‑5             09.07.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93531  Telkom‑3 &        06.08.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
            Ekspess‑MD2                                           
     93532  Yamal‑300К &      02.11.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
            Luch‑5B                                               
     93533  Echostar‑16       20.11.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93534  Yamal‑402         08.12.2012  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93535                                8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М ‑ damaged during transport 
     93536  Satmex‑8          26.03.2013  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93537  Anik‑G1           15.04.2013  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93538  Eutelsat‑W3D      14.05.2013  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93539  Astra‑2E          19.07.2013  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 
     93540  SES‑6             03.06.2013  8К82КМ Phase III 14Д14М 


53530
РД-275 14Д14
http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/frm/video/start78.php

53531
РД-275 14Д14
http://www.kosmonavtika.com/lancements/2008/25092008/25092008-7.jpg

53538
РД-275 14Д14
http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/frm/video/start62.php

53539
РД-276 14Д14М
http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/frm/video/start108.php

53542
РД-276 14Д14М
http://www.tvroscosmos.ru/frm/video/start102.php
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #97 on: 05/17/2013 07:14 PM »
Launch costs

Order
placed
Contract
start
Contract
end
Actual
start
RocketPayloadRussian ruble  
 00.03.200800.12.200811.02.2009Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM44421.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
17.03.200900.03.200900.02.201014.09.2009 GLONASS blok № 41435.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
18.08.200900.08.200900.02.201002.09.2010 GLONASS blok № 42494.500.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
18.05.201000.00.201000.00.201105.12.2010 GLONASS blok № 43494.500.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
27.04.201100.04.201100.12.201117.08.2011Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4570.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
13.07.201100.07.201100.12.201104.11.2011 GLONASS blok № 44570.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
[source]
     Ekspress-AMU1599.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
02.08.201200.07.201225.11.2013 Proton-MGLONASS blok № 47603.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
02.08.201202.08.201225.11.2013 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM5603.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
02.08.201202.08.201225.11.2013 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6657.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
13.09.201200.09.201200.03.201411.12.2013Proton-MMultipurpose Laboratory Module605.700.000Federal Space Agency[source]
11.03.2013 25.11.2013 Proton-M
Briz-M
14Ф136503.360.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
11.03.2013 25.11.201315.08.2013Proton-M
Briz-M
17Ф15М554.890.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #98 on: 05/17/2013 07:15 PM »
Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
01.03.200500.12.200719.12.2007Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330.897.058.000Federal Space Agency[source]
24.03.200600.12.200822.12.2008Proton-K № 41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440.980.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
31.05.200700.12.200926.10.2009Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1.023.240.000Federal Space Agency[source]
10.06.200800.06.2010 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41.123.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
18.05.201100.11.2012 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency 
18.05.201100.07.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency 
18.05.201100.10.2013 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency 
   Three Proton-MEkspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4.044.202.000
3x Proton-M
 [source]
[source]
[source]
25.04.2012  Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
25.04.2012  Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
25.04.2012  Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
25.04.2012  Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Science Power Module
NEM-1
1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency 
 25.11.2014 Four Proton-MEkspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5.746.240.000
4x Proton-M
 [source]
31.05.201230.06.2014 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok № 541.436.560.000Federal Space Agency[source]
14.03.201325.11.2015 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Exomars1.509.826.000
1.399.625.400
Federal Space Agency[source]
21.03.201325.11.2015 Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS1.509.826.000Federal Space Agency[source]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.03.200600.06.200831.12.2008Briz-MEkspress-AM330.293.470.000Federal Space Agency[source]
31.05.200700.06.200831.12.2008Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440.323.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
26.05.200800.12.200909.11.2009Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.348.900.000Federal Space Agency[source]
18.05.201100.09.2012 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.419.199.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
[source]
26.04.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[source]
07.06.201225.11.2013 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok № 440.427.369.600Federal Space Agency[source]
31.01.201325.11.2014 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM4R0.438.456.500Federal Space Agency[source]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
17.04.200600.04.200725.05.200714С75.11 and ПС 14С326GLONASS blok № 350.054.975.000Federal Space Agency[source]
31.05.200700.12.200719.12.200714С75 and ПС 14С326Ekspress-AM330.103.293.000Federal Space Agency[source]
26.05.200800.12.200822.12.200814С75.15 and ПСEkspress-AM440.109.900.000Federal Space Agency[source]
    GLONASS blok № 40 and 41
0.232.000.000
2x
R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
    GLONASS blok № 420.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
24.08.200900.10.2010 813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
813ГЛН34-0010-0СБ
GLONASS blok № 43K0.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
[source]
30.04.201025.11.2011 813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
GLONASS blok № 45K and a 2nd reserve piece0.281.617.200
2x 813БК
R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
16.04.201000.09.2011 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.136.365.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
[source]
25.03.201100.10.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency 
25.03.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM50.138.986.200Federal Space Agency[source]
25.03.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM60.138.986.200Federal Space Agency[source]
25.03.201100.11.2011 14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
 Federal Space Agency 
    Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.514.688.000
4x 14С75
 [source]
[source]
[source]
07.06.201225.11.2013 14С75GLONASS blok № 440.155.270.000Federal Space Agency[source]
31.01.201325.11.2013 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM70.155.270.000Federal Space Agency 
31.01.201325.11.2013 14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM9
 or Ekspress-AMU1
0.155.270.000Federal Space Agency 
    Ekspress-AM7 and
Ekspress-AM9
0.310.540.000 [source]
14.03.201330.06.2014 813ИНМ
813ХХХ-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM80.155.776.000Federal Space Agency[source]
28.03.201325.11.2014 813ГЛН34
813ГЛН34-0000-0СБ
GLONASS0.155.776.000Federal Space Agency[source]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
20.04.201100.12.2011 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM4 Federal Space Agency 
20.04.201100.12.2011 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5A Federal Space Agency 
20.04.201100.05.2012 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency 
   Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM4,
Luch-5A and
Luch-5B
0.070.134.000 [source]
[source]
19.07.2012
25.04.2012
25.11.2013
25.11.2012
 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM50.025.972.400Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
31.01.201325.11.2013 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM60.027.363.000Federal Space Agency 
31.01.201325.11.2013 Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency 
31.01.201325.11.2013 Transport
Proton-M and fairing
Multipurpose Laboratory Module0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency 
   Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM6,
Multipurpose Laboratory Module and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.082.089.000 [source]

Contract
start
date
Scheduled
conclusion
of contract
Actual
conclusion
of contract
 
 
Contract items
Satellite
to be
launched
 
Total cost
Russian ruble
 
 
Customer
 
20.04.201100.11.2011 Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4 Federal Space Agency 
20.04.201100.05.2012 Transport
Briz-M
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency 
   Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4 and
Luch-5B
0.026.650.000 [source]
[source]
19.07.2012
24.04.2012
25.11.2013
25.11.2012
 Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM50.014.500.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
21.03.201325.11.2013 Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM60.015.761.300Federal Space Agency 
21.03.201325.11.2013 Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency 
   Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.031.522.600 [source]
28.03.201325.11.2013 Transport
Briz-M
GLONASS0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency[source]

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #99 on: 06/19/2013 08:25 PM »
Stan, Anik, Do we have an updated target launch date for first Phase IV Proton launcher that has been planned in 2013 or are we talking 2014 now do to the recent failures and political insanity between Russia and Kazakhstan. Do we know the payload for this mission yet?

2014
http://www.spacetechexpo.com/assets/files/PDF%20Presentations%20-%202013/summit_day1_am1/janice_starzyk.pdf

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« Reply #100 on: 07/01/2013 06:42 PM »
RocketFactory
serial number
Short
serial number
PayloadRelease Start Source
ProtonУ10721101211-01N-4196524.03.1966[source]
ProtonУ10721201212-01N-4
Proton-3
196506.07.1966 
Proton-KН10722701227-0111Ф91 №2П
Kosmos-146
196610.03.1967 
Proton-KН10722801228-0111Ф91 №3П
Kosmos-154
196608.04.1967 
Proton-KЯ10722901229-0111Ф91 №4Л196727.09.1967 
Proton-KЯ10723001230-0111Ф91 №5Л196722.11.1967 
Proton-KЯ10723101231-0111Ф91 №6Л
Zond-4
196702.03.1968 
Proton-KЯ10723201232-0111Ф91 №7Л196722.04.1968 
Proton-KЯ10723301233-0111Ф91 №8Л
М-69 № 522
196715.07.1968
02.04.1969
 
Proton-KВ10723401234-0111Ф91 №9Л
Zond-5
196814.09.1968 
Proton-KВ10723501235-0111Ф91 №12Л
Zond-6
196810.11.1968 
Proton-KВ10723701237-0111Ф91 №13Л196820.01.1969 
Proton-KВ10723801238-01Е-8-5 №402196814.06.1969 
Proton-KВ10723901239-01Е-8 №201196819.02.1969 
Proton-KВ10724001240-01М-69 № 521196827.03.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724101241-01Е-8-5 №404
Kosmos-305
196922.10.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724201242-01Е-8-5 №401196913.07.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724301243-0111Ф91 №11Л
Zond-7
196907.08.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724401244-01Е-8-5 №403
Kosmos-300
196923.09.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724501245-01Л1Е196928.11.1969 
Proton-KЮ10724701247-01Е-8-5 №405196906.02.1970 
Proton-K4922425401254-0117К №12101
Salyut
 19.04.1971 
Proton-K4922425601256-01Е-8-5 №407
Luna-18
 02.09.1971 
Proton-K5112425701257-01Е-8ЛС №202
Luna-19
 28.09.1971 
Proton-K4922122122386-02Ekspress-A 27.10.1999[source]
Proton-K4921539601396-01Telstar-6 15.02.1999[source]
Proton-M II4923436723935-13MSV-1201014.11.2010[source]
Proton-M III5113436725935-15Echostar-15201010.07.2010[source]
Proton-M III6305436728935-18Kazsat-2
SES-3
2010/215.07.2011[source]
Proton-M III4923146735935-24NSS-14 (SES-4)201114.02.2012[source]
Proton-M III6305146737935-26Intelsat-232011/214.10.2012[source]
Proton-M III4925146738935-27Yahsat-1B2011/223.04.2012[source]
Proton-M III4923656742935-30Sirius-5 (SES-5)201209.07.2012[source]
Proton-M III5113656743935-31Telkom-3
Ekspress-MD2
201206.08.2012[source]
Proton-M III6303656744935-32Luch-5B
Yamal-300K
201202.11.2012[source]
Proton-M III4923656745935-33Echostar-16201220.11.2012[source]
Proton-M III5115656746935-34Yamal-4022012/208.12.2012[source]
Proton-M III6305656747935-35    
Proton-M III4925656748935-36Satmex-82012/226.03.2013[source]
Proton-M III5115656749935-37Anik-G12012/215.04.2013[source]
Proton-M III6305656750935-38Eutelsat-W3D2012/214.05.2013 
Proton-M I RD-2765115106754535-43GLONASS blok №512011/202.07.2013[source]
Proton‑М III      
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #101 on: 07/02/2013 10:28 AM »
For the record, the next two Proton-M in line for launch were 93539 for Astra-2E and 93535 for Sirius FM-6.

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« Reply #102 on: 07/22/2013 04:14 PM »
According to the official history book of Proton-PM, RD-253F was decided in January 1985, specially for launch of Mir Base Block and Kvant. Three sets were built (n°151, 152 and 153).

Set n°151 was used on 27 September 1985 for a ground test.
Sets n°152 and 153 were actually used for launches of Mir and Kvant.
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« Reply #103 on: 07/22/2013 05:01 PM »
In the same book, it is written that 245th and last RD-253 flew on 30th december 1998 (GLONASS launch).
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« Reply #104 on: 07/22/2013 05:48 PM »
How serial numbers are being made?

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« Reply #105 on: 08/27/2013 06:22 PM »
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Так, с помощью ракеты-носителя «Протон-М», изготовленной и полностью оплаченной в 2008 году и предназначавшейся для запуска многоцелевого лабораторного модуля российского сегмента международной космической станции (МЛМ МКС), в ноябре 2009 года запущен КА «W7». Запуск МЛМ МКС запланирован на июнь 2014 года.
С помощью другого носителя «Протон-М», изготовленного и полностью оплаченного в 2011 году и предназначавшегося для запуска КА «Экспресс-АМ» N 5, в ноябре 2011 года запущен КА «QUETZSAT-1». Запуск КА «Экспресс-АМ» N 5 запланирован на сентябрь 2013 года. С помощью «Протона-М», изготовленного в 2011 году и предназначавшегося для запуска КА «Экспресс-АМ» N 6, в октябре 2012 года запущен КА «Intelsat-23». Запуск КА «Экспресс-АМ» N 6 запланирован на февраль 2014 года.

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 So, with the help of a Proton-M manufactured and fully paid for in 2008, that was intended to launch the Multipurpose Laboratory Module for the Russian segment of the International Space Station (MLM ISS), was instead used in November 2009 to launch spacecraft W7. Start of MLM ISS is scheduled for June 2014.
 With the help of another Proton-M, manufactured and fully paid for in 2011 and destined to launch Ekspress-AM5, in November 2011 launched  Quetzsat-1. Launch of Ekspress-AM5 is scheduled for September 2013. With a Proton-M, made in 2011 that was intended to launch Ekspress-AM6, in October 2012 launched Intelsat-23. Launch of Ekspress-AM6 is scheduled for February 2014.

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http://www.rg.ru/2013/07/16/kosmos.html
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« Reply #106 on: 09/26/2013 05:26 PM »
The Russians are arguing with Kazakhstan about Proton launches at Baikonur again.


http://english.pravda.ru/russia/kremlin/26-09-2013/125753-proton_hostage-0/

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« Reply #107 on: 09/30/2013 08:26 AM »
Stan, Anik, Do we have an updated target launch date for first Phase IV Proton launcher that has been planned in 2013 or are we talking 2014 now do to the recent failures and political insanity between Russia and Kazakhstan. Do we know the payload for this mission yet?

2014
http://www.spacetechexpo.com/assets/files/PDF%20Presentations%20-%202013/summit_day1_am1/janice_starzyk.pdf

Just noticed the brochure has been updated.
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The Phase IV Proton performance shown will be available starting in mid-2014.
http://www.ilslaunch.com/sites/default/files/pdf/ILS%20Proton%20Brochure%20Feb-13.pdf

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« Reply #108 on: 10/21/2013 09:18 PM »
Stan, Anik, Do we have an updated target launch date for first Phase IV Proton launcher that has been planned in 2013 or are we talking 2014 now do to the recent failures and political insanity between Russia and Kazakhstan. Do we know the payload for this mission yet?

2014
http://www.spacetechexpo.com/assets/files/PDF%20Presentations%20-%202013/summit_day1_am1/janice_starzyk.pdf

Just noticed the brochure has been updated.
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The Phase IV Proton performance shown will be available starting in mid-2014.
http://www.ilslaunch.com/sites/default/files/pdf/ILS%20Proton%20Brochure%20Feb-13.pdf



Another couple of differences in the revised brochure: capability to support up to 12 missions per year, compared to previously 14, and the dropping of shared launches for Star-2 and Express.

http://www.ilslaunch.com/sites/default/files/pdf/ILS%20Proton%20Brochure.pdf

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« Reply #109 on: 11/11/2013 11:38 AM »
Proton-M/Briz-M - Raduga-1M #3
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« Reply #110 on: 11/11/2013 03:45 PM »
Proton-M/Briz-M - Raduga-1M #3

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« Reply #111 on: 01/03/2014 04:19 PM »
YearPayloadStartProton-M
model
  Upper stageUpper stage
        
2014Türksat-4A10th February   Briz-M 
2014Ekspress-AT1, Ekspress-AT212th MarchIII[note 1] Briz-M 
2014Luch-5V, Kazsat-327th AprilIV[note 2]2013Briz-M 
2014Inmarsat-5F2MayIII  Briz-M 
2014Garpun I  Briz-M 
2014Türksat-4BJune   Briz-M 
2014Astra-2Gsecond quarter   Briz-M 
2014Ekspress-AM4Rsecond quarterIV[note 3]2014Briz-M 
2014Ekspress-AM6JulyIII[note 1] Briz-M 
2014Mexsat-1summer   Briz-M 
2014Yamal-401summer   Briz-M 
2014Ekspress-AM8August    DM-03
2014Ekspress-AM7SeptemberIV[note 2]2013Briz-M 
2014Inmarsat-5F3third quarterIII  Briz-M 
2014GLONASS blok №51     DM-03
        
2015Ekspress-AMU1fourth quarterIV[note 2]2012Briz-M 
2015GLONASS blok №54 IV[note 4]2014 DM-03
2015Intelsat    Briz-M 
2015NaukaNovemberII[note 5]2008  
        
2016Exomars7th-27th JanuaryIV[note 6]2015Briz-M 
2016Yamal-601February   Briz-M 
2016Echostar-T2beginning of yearIV  Briz-M 
2016Asiasat-9middle of year   Briz-M 
2016Ekspress-AMU2 III[note 7]  DM-03
2016Aonesat-1    Briz-M 
2016Spektr-UF IV[note 3]2014Briz-M 
2016GLONASS blok №К5 IV[note 6]2015 DM-03
 Yenisey-A1 IV[note 3]2014unconfirmedunconfirmed
        
2017NEM-1end of yearIV[note 3]2014  
2017Yamal-501    Briz-M 


[note 1]Four fairings ordered for Luch-5B, Ekspress-AM5, Ekspress-AM6 and Ekspress-AT1 with Ekspress-AT2. Ekspress-AM6 confirmed to use phase III.
[note 2]Three rockets ordered for Ekspress-AMU1, Ekspress-AM7 and Luch-4. Ekspress-AM7 confirmed to use phase IV. Luch-5V replaced Luch-4.
[note 3]Four rockets ordered for Ekspress-AM4R, Yenisey-A1, Spektr-UF and NEM-1. Ekspress-AM4R confirmed to use phase IV.
[note 4]Proton-M for GLONASS blok №54 same price as for Ekspress-AM4R so same specification?
[note 5]Rocket for Nauka used for Eutelsat-W7.
[note 6]Proton-M for GLONASS and Exomars same price, so same specification?
[note 7]Mentioned in tender but seems unlikely.


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« Reply #112 on: 01/16/2014 05:08 PM »
Any serial numbers available for the next few Protons?
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« Reply #113 on: 01/16/2014 05:20 PM »
Any serial numbers available for the next few Protons?

Turksat-4A - 93543/99544
Express-AT1/AT-2 - 93542/99545
Express-AM4R - 93545/99547
Luch-5V/KazSat-3 - 93546/99548

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« Reply #114 on: 01/16/2014 07:30 PM »
Any serial numbers available for the next few Protons?

Turksat-4A - 93543/99544
Express-AT1/AT-2 - 93542/99545
Express-AM4R - 93545/99547
Luch-5V/KazSat-3 - 93546/99548


Thank you!

So if Ekspress-AM4R is going up on a Phase IV, and possibly Luch-5V with Kazsat-3 then there are only two more phase III?

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« Reply #115 on: 03/06/2014 11:37 AM »
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Государственный космический научно-производственный центр имени М.В. Хруничева

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330.897.058.000Federal Space Agency01.03.200500.12.2007 19.12.2007 
Proton-K №41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440.980.000.000Federal Space Agency24.03.200600.12.2008 22.12.2008 
Proton-M №93509
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1.023.240.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2009 26.10.2009 
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41.123.000.000Federal Space Agency10.06.200800.06.2010   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.11.2012
  
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.07.2013
  
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.10.2013
  
Three Proton-MEkspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4.044.202.000
3×Proton-M
     [source]
[source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Science Power Module
NEM-1
1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Four Proton-MEkspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5.746.240.000
4×Proton-M
     [source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok №541.436.560.000Federal Space Agency31.05.201200.05.2012

25.11.2014


30.06.2014
 [source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Exomars1.509.826.000Federal Space Agency14.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS1.509.826.000Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.03.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
Proton-MElektro-L №31.509.826.000Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2015  [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Briz-MEkspress-AM330.293.470.000Federal Space Agency17.03.200600.06.2008 31.12.2008 
Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440.323.000.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.06.2008 31.12.2008 
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.348.900.000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2009 09.11.2009 
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.419.199.000Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2012


00.09.2012
 [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70.427.369.600Federal Space Agency26.04.201200.04.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №440.427.369.600Federal Space Agency07.06.201200.05.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM4R0.438.456.500Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
 [source]
[source]
Briz-MExomars0.461.258.300Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2015  [source]
Briz-MGLONASS0.461.258.300Federal Space Agency24.12.201300.11.2015  [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
14С75.11 and ПС 14С326GLONASS blok №350.054.975.000Federal Space Agency17.04.200600.04.2007 25.05.2007 
14С75 and ПС 14С326Ekspress-AM330.103.293.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2007 19.12.2007 
14С75.15 and ПСEkspress-AM440.109.900.000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2008 22.12.2008 
 GLONASS blok №400.116.000.000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
 GLONASS blok №410.116.000.000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
 GLONASS blok №40 and 410.232.000.000
     [source]
 GLONASS blok №420.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense    [source]
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
813ГЛН34-0010-0СБ
GLONASS blok №43K0.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense24.08.200930.10.2010  [source]
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №45K0.140.808.600R.F. Ministry of Defense30.04.201025.11.2011   
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
 0.140.808.600R.F. Ministry of Defense30.04.201025.11.2011   
 GLONASS blok №45K and a 2nd reserve piece0.281.617.200
2×813БК
     [source]
[source]
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.136.365.000Federal Space Agency16.04.201000.03.2010

00.09.2011


00.09.2011
 [source]
[source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.10.2011
  
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM50.138.986.200Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM60.138.986.200Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
 Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
  
 Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.514.688.000
4×14С75
     [source]
[source]
[source]
14С75GLONASS blok №440.155.270.000Federal Space Agency07.06.201200.05.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM70.155.270.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
  
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM9
 or Ekspress-AMU1
0.155.270.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
  
 Ekspress-AM7 and
Ekspress-AM9
0.310.540.000
2×14С75
     [source]
[source]
813ИНМ
813ХХХ-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM80.155.776.000Federal Space Agency14.03.201300.01.2013

30.06.2014


00.06.2014
 [source]
[source]
813ГЛН34
813ГЛН34-0000-0СБ
GLONASS0.155.776.000Federal Space Agency28.03.201300.03.2013

25.11.2014
  [source]
[source]
14С75 and ПСEkspress-AM4R0.163.344.000Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2014  [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM40.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.05.2011

00.12.2011
  
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5A0.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.06.2011

00.12.2011
  
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5B0.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.08.2011

00.05.2012
  
Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM4,
Luch-5A and
Luch-5B
0.070.134.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM50.025.972.400Federal Space Agency19.07.20120.007.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM60.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Proton-M and fairing
Multipurpose Laboratory Module0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM6,
Multipurpose Laboratory Module and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.082.089.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M,
11С861-03 and 813ИНМ
Ekspress-AM80.027.122.100Federal Space Agency11.12.201301.01.2014

25.11.2014
  [source]
[source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM4R0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM60.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5V0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport four
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2,
Ekspress-AM4R,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Luch-5V
0.108.488.400     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM70.027.122.100Federal Space Agency06.02.201425.12.2014  [source]
[source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM40.013.325.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.05.2011

00.11.2011


06.07.2011
 
Transport
Briz-M
Luch-5B0.013.325.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.09.2011

00.05.2012


19.07.2012
 
Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4 and
Luch-5B
0.026.650.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM50.014.500.000Federal Space Agency19.07.20120.007.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM60.015.761.300Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.031.522.600     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
GLONASS0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency28.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4R0.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM60.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport three
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2,
Ekspress-AM4R and
Ekspress-AM6
0.051.306.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM70.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014  [source]
[source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
SupportEkspress-AM40.090.600.000Federal Space Agency21.06.201100.06.2011

00.12.2011
  [source]
SupportEkspress-AM5 and
Ekspress-AM6
0.115.000.000Federal Space Agency15.11.201225.11.2013  [source]
[source]
SupportEkspress-AM4R0.206.000.000R.S.C.C. 00.02.2014

00.05.2014
  [source]
SupportEkspress-AM70.206.000.000R.S.C.C. 00.08.2014

00.11.2014
  [source]

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #116 on: 03/07/2014 07:26 AM »
Centre for Operation of Land-Based Space Infrastructure (TsENKI)
Центр эксплуатации объектов наземной космической инфраструктуры (ЦЭНКИ)

Launch campaign

Order
placed
Contract
start
Contract
end
Actual
start
RocketPayloadRussian rubleCustomer 
 00.03.200800.12.200811.02.2009Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM44421.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
17.03.200900.03.200900.02.201014.09.2009Proton-M
DM-2
GLONASS blok №41435.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
18.08.200900.08.200900.02.201002.09.2010Proton-M
DM-2
GLONASS blok №42494.500.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
18.05.201000.00.201000.00.201105.12.2010Proton-M
DM-03
GLONASS blok №43494.500.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
27.04.201100.04.201100.12.201117.08.2011Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4570.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
13.07.201100.07.201100.12.201104.11.2011Proton-M
Briz-M
GLONASS blok №44570.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
[source]
     Ekspress-AMU1599.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
02.08.201200.07.201225.11.201302.07.2013Proton-M
DM-03
GLONASS blok №48603.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
02.08.201202.08.201225.11.201326.12.2013Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM5603.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
 02.08.201225.11.2013 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6657.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
13.09.201200.09.201200.03.2014 Proton-MMultipurpose Laboratory Module605.700.000Federal Space Agency[source]
[source]
11.03.2013 25.11.2013 Proton-M
Briz-M
14Ф136503.360.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
[source]
11.03.2013 25.11.201311.11.2013Proton-M
Briz-M
17Ф15М554.890.000R.F. Ministry of Defense[source]
[source]
29.10.2013 00.11.2014 Proton-M
DM-03
Ekspress-AM8737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
29.10.2013 00.11.2014 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
05.11.2013 00.12.2014 Proton-M
DM-03
GLONASS blok №50737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
25.11.2013 00.11.2014 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4R737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
25.11.2013 00.11.2014 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM7737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
24.12.2013 00.12.2014 Proton-M
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6737.000.000Federal Space Agency[source]
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #117 on: 03/11/2014 04:31 PM »
Perhaps this thread could be used for the discussion about the future of Proton once Russia abandons the Baikonur facility - would the Kazakhs be able to continue ILS missions without support from the Russian government?

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #118 on: 03/14/2014 10:06 AM »
Briz-M Baikonur delivery dates

 Delivery dateScheduled launch date at time of deliveryStartBriz-M Serial NumberMissionNotesReference
        
 25.04.200522.05.200522.05.200588512DirecTV-8 [source]
   08.09.200588513Anik-F1R  
 14.11.200506.12.200529.12.200588514AMC23 [source]
        
1.06.02.200628.02.200628.02.200688515Arabsat-4A [source]
2.25.06.200604.08.200604.08.200688516Hotbird-82nd of 2006[source]
3.10.10.200608.11.200608.11.200688517Arabsat-4B [source]
4.18.11.200611.12.200611.12.200688518Measat-35th delivery for Khrunichev in 2006[source] [source]
        
1.19.03.200709.04.200709.04.200788521Anik-F3 [source]
2.28.05.200707.07.200707.07.200788520DirecTV-102nd of 2007[source]
3.14.08.200705.09.200705.09.200788522JCSat-11 [source]
4.25.10.200717.11.200717.11.200788523Sirius-44th of 2007[source]
5.16.11.200709.12.200709.12.200788526Raduga-1M [source]
6.28.12.200728.01.200828.01.200888530Ekspress-AM33 [source]
        
1.16.01.200811.02.200811.02.200888524Thor-2R [source]
2.22.02.200814.03.200814.03.200888525AMC142nd of 2008[source]
3.27.06.200813.08.200818.08.200899502Inmarsat-4F33rd of 2008[source]
4.17.08.200817.09.200819.09.200888528Nimiq-4 [source]
5.02.10.200802.11.200805.11.200888531Astra-1M5th of 2008[source]
6.09.11.200810.12.200810.12.200899503Ciel-26th of 2008[source]
        
1.11.01.200911.02.200911.02.200999501Ekspress-AM44, Ekspress-MD1 [source]
2.04.03.200903.04.200903.04.200999504Eutelsat-W2A [source]
3.16.04.200916.05.200916.05.200999505Protostar-2 [source]
4.07.06.200930.06.200930.06.200999506Sirius-FM54th of 2009[source]
5.15.07.200911.08.200911.08.200999507Asiasat-55th of 2009[source]
6.18.08.200917.09.200917.09.200999508Nimiq-5 [source]
7.30.10.200924.11.200924.11.200999509Eutelsat-W77th of 2009[source]
8.16.11.200924.12.200928.01.201088527Raduga-1M8th of 2009, 34th since 1999[source]
9.25.11.200929.12.200929.12.200999510DirecTV-129th of 2009[source]
        
1.12.01.201012.02.201012.02.201099511Intelsat-16 [source]
2.24.02.201020.03.201020.03.201099514Echostar-14 [source]
3.28.03.201024.04.201024.04.201099512SES-1 [source]
4.05.05.201003.06.201003.06.201099513Arabsat-5B4th of 2010[source]
5.10.06.201010.07.201010.07.201099515Echostar-155th of 2010[source]
6.19.07.201017.08.201014.11.201099516MSV-1Bриз-М и Фрегат[source]
7.24.08.201014.10.201014.10.201099517Sirius-XM5 [source] [source]
8.28.10.201019.12.201026.12.201099518KASat8th of 2010[source]
        
1.  20.09.201188529Garpun  
2.07.04.201120.05.201120.05.201199520Telstar-14R2nd of 2011[source]
3.28.04.201110.06.201115.07.201199519SES-3, Kazsat-2 [source]
4.06.07.201117.08.201117.08.201199522Ekspress-AM44th of 2011, 2 units delivered[source] [source]
5.27.07.201130.08.201104.11.201199523GLONASS blok №445th of 2011[source]
6.09.08.201114.09.201129.09.201199524Quetzsat-1 [source]
7.27.09.201119.10.201119.10.201199521Viasat-1 [source]
8.18.10.201110.12.201114.02.201299526SES-4 [source] [source]
9.31.10.201125.11.201125.11.201199527Asiasat-79th of 2011[source] [source]
10.13.11.201111.12.201111.12.201199525Luch-5А, Amos-5 [source]
11.13.12.201124.01.201220.11.201299528Sirius-FM6 [source]
        
1.06.03.201225.03.201225.03.201299537Intelsat-22 [source] [source]
2.23.03.201223.04.201223.04.201299529Yahsat-1B [source]
3.09.04.201217.05.201217.05.201299530Nimiq-63rd of 2012[source]
4.11.05.201221.06.201209.07.201299531Sirius-5 [source]
5.01.06.201205.07.201206.08.201299532Telkom-3, Ekspress-MD2 [source]
6.19.07.201230.08.201202.11.201299533Yamal-300K, Luch-5B6th of 2012[source] [source]
7.21.09.201214.10.201214.10.201299534Intelsat-239th delivery for Khrunichev in 2012[source]
8.01.11.201208.12.201208.12.201299535Yamal-4028th of 2012[source]
9.05.12.201227.12.201226.03.201399536Satmex-8 [source] [source]
        
1.10.02.201305.04.201315.04.201399538Anik-G1 [source]
2.09.04.201314.05.201314.05.201399539Eutelsat-W3D [source] [source]
3.30.04.201303.06.201303.06.201399541SES-6 [source] [source]
4.18.06.201319.07.201329.09.201399540Astra-2E [source] [source]
5.27.08.201309.10.201325.10.201399542Sirius-FM6 [source] [source]
6.30.09.201305.11.201311.11.201388532Raduga-1M [source] [source]
7.15.11.201308.12.201308.12.201399546Inmarsat-5F1 [source] [source]
8.23.11.201326.12.201326.12.201399543Ekspress-AM5 [source] [source]
9.19.12.201310.02.201414.02.201499544Türksat-4A [source]
        
1.06.02.201415.03.2014 99545Ekspress-AT1, Ekspress-AT2 [source] [source]
2.10.03.201406.04.2014 99547Ekspress-AM4R [source]
        
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #119 on: 03/18/2014 07:32 PM »
Nicolas PILLET
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #120 on: 03/27/2014 08:59 AM »
The ILS website has been revised to show the current phase IV performance.
Quote
Performance Reference: 6,350 kg to reference PSM at 1,500m/s delta V to GSO
http://www.ilslaunch.com/launch-services/ils-proton-breeze-m-launch-vehicle
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #121 on: 05/09/2014 07:10 AM »
State Centre for Space Research and Production, in the name of M.V. Khrunichev
Государственный космический научно-производственный центр имени М.В. Хруничева

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330.897.058.000Federal Space Agency01.03.200500.12.2007 19.12.2007 
Proton-K №41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440.980.000.000Federal Space Agency24.03.200600.12.2008 22.12.2008 
Proton-M №93509
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1.023.240.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2009 26.10.2009 
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41.123.000.000Federal Space Agency10.06.200800.06.2010   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.11.2012
  
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.07.2013
  
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.10.2013
  
Three Proton-MEkspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4.044.202.000
3×Proton-M
     [source]
[source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Science Power Module
NEM-1
1.436.560.000Federal Space Agency25.04.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
Four Proton-MEkspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5.746.240.000
4×Proton-M
     [source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok №50 №541.436.560.000Federal Space Agency31.05.201200.05.2012

25.11.2014


30.06.2014
 [source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Exomars1.509.826.000Federal Space Agency14.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok №511.509.826.000Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.03.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
Proton-MElektro-L №31.509.826.000Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2015  [source]
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1.563.054.630Federal Space Agency 00.11.2017   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1.617.761.540Federal Space Agency 00.11.2018   
Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1.617.761.540Federal Space Agency 00.11.2018   
Three Proton-MGLONASS4.798.577.710
3×Proton-M
     [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Briz-MEkspress-AM330.293.470.000Federal Space Agency17.03.200600.06.2008 31.12.2008 
Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440.323.000.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.06.2008 31.12.2008 
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.348.900.000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2009 09.11.2009 
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.419.199.000Federal Space Agency18.05.201100.05.2011

00.12.2012


00.09.2012
 [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70.427.369.600Federal Space Agency26.04.201200.04.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №440.427.369.600Federal Space Agency07.06.201200.05.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM4R0.438.456.500Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
 [source]
[source]
Briz-MExomars0.461.258.300Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2015  [source]
Briz-MGLONASS0.461.258.300Federal Space Agency24.12.201300.11.2015  [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
14С75.11 and ПС 14С326GLONASS blok №350.054.975.000Federal Space Agency17.04.200600.04.2007 25.05.2007 
14С75 and ПС 14С326Ekspress-AM330.103.293.000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2007 19.12.2007 
14С75.15 and ПСEkspress-AM440.109.900.000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2008 22.12.2008 
 GLONASS blok №400.116.000.000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
 GLONASS blok №410.116.000.000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
 GLONASS blok №40 and 410.232.000.000
     [source]
 GLONASS blok №420.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense    [source]
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
813ГЛН34-0010-0СБ
GLONASS blok №43K0.122.960.000R.F. Ministry of Defense24.08.200930.10.2010  [source]
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №45K0.140.808.600R.F. Ministry of Defense30.04.201025.11.2011   
813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
 0.140.808.600R.F. Ministry of Defense30.04.201025.11.2011   
 GLONASS blok №45K and a 2nd reserve piece0.281.617.200
2×813БК
     [source]
[source]
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40.136.365.000Federal Space Agency16.04.201000.03.2010

00.09.2011


00.09.2011
 [source]
[source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.10.2011
  
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM50.138.986.200Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM60.138.986.200Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
14С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
 Federal Space Agency25.03.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
  
 Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.514.688.000
4×14С75
     [source]
[source]
[source]
14С75GLONASS blok №440.155.270.000Federal Space Agency07.06.201200.05.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM70.155.270.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
  
14С75.15 and ПС
14С75-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM9
 or Ekspress-AMU1
0.155.270.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
  
 Ekspress-AM7 and
Ekspress-AM9
0.310.540.000
2×14С75
     [source]
[source]
813ИНМ
813ХХХ-0000-0СБ
Ekspress-AM80.155.776.000Federal Space Agency14.03.201300.01.2013

30.06.2014


00.06.2014
 [source]
[source]
813ГЛН34
813ГЛН34-0000-0СБ
GLONASS0.155.776.000Federal Space Agency28.03.201300.03.2013

25.11.2014
  [source]
[source]
14С75 and ПСEkspress-AM4R0.163.344.000Federal Space Agency18.12.201300.11.2014  [source]
813ГЛН34
813ГЛН34-0010-0
GLONASS0.164.032.100Federal Space Agency01.04.201400.11.2015  [source]
14С75 and ПС 14С326Exomars0.172 001 200Federal Space Agency19.06.201401.11.2015  [source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM40.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.05.2011

00.12.2011
  
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5A0.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.06.2011

00.12.2011
  
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5B0.023.378.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.08.2011

00.05.2012


16.06.2012
 
Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM4,
Luch-5A and
Luch-5B
0.070.134.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM50.025.972.400Federal Space Agency19.07.20120.007.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM60.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Proton-M and fairing
Multipurpose Laboratory Module0.027.363.000Federal Space Agency31.01.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport three
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AM6,
Multipurpose Laboratory Module and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.082.089.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M,
11С861-03 and 813ИНМ
Ekspress-AM80.027.122.100Federal Space Agency11.12.201301.01.2014

25.11.2014
  [source]
[source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014 07.02.2014 
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM4R0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014 28.02.2014 
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM60.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Luch-5V0.027.122.100Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014 22.03.2014 
Transport four
Proton-M and fairings
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2,
Ekspress-AM4R,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Luch-5V
0.108.488.400     [source]
[source]
Transport
Proton-M and 14С75.15
Ekspress-AM70.027.122.100Federal Space Agency06.02.201425.12.2014  [source]
[source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM40.013.325.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.05.2011

00.11.2011


06.07.2011
 
Transport
Briz-M
Luch-5B0.013.325.000Federal Space Agency20.04.201100.05.2011

00.05.2012
00.09.2011

00.05.2012


19.07.2012
 
Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4 and
Luch-5B
0.026.650.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM50.014.500.000Federal Space Agency19.07.20120.007.2012

25.11.2013
 

23.11.2013
[source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM60.015.761.300Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency21.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
   
Transport two
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.031.522.600     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
GLONASS0.015.761.300Federal Space Agency28.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014 06.02.2014 
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM4R0.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014 10.03.2014 
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM60.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014   
Transport three
Briz-M
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2,
Ekspress-AM4R and
Ekspress-AM6
0.051.306.000     [source]
[source]
Transport
Briz-M
Ekspress-AM70.017.102.000 Federal Space Agency30.01.201425.12.2014  [source]
[source]

Contract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost RubleCustomerOrder placedContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
SupportEkspress-AM40.090.600.000Federal Space Agency21.06.201100.06.2011

00.12.2011
  [source]
SupportEkspress-AM5 and
Ekspress-AM6
0.115.000.000Federal Space Agency15.11.201225.11.2013  [source]
[source]
SupportEkspress-AM4R0.206.000.000R.S.C.C. 00.02.2014

00.05.2014
  [source]
[source]
SupportEkspress-AM70.206.000.000R.S.C.C. 00.08.2014

00.11.2014
  [source]
[source]

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #122 on: 07/17/2014 09:00 PM »
Chronology of the launch of Garuda-1, in february 2000 : (balistic trajectory, orbit insertion made by upper stage)
- liftoff : 0
- 1st stage separation : 123"
- 2nd stage separation : 331"
- PLF jettison : 342"

Chronology of LMI-1 launch, in september 1999 : (orbit injection made by 3rd stage)
- liftoff : 0
- 1st stage separation : 124"
- PLF jettison : 181"
- 2nd stage separation : 331"

(data from NK)

Someone can explain why the PLF was jettisoned at a different time ? I guess it's because of the different flight profile...
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #123 on: 08/19/2014 10:06 PM »
BUMP

LINK: http://russianspaceweb.com/proton_2014.html#rtf

Proton to return to flight on September 28

On August 19, a third stage of the Proton rocket, which had been modified to address all the issues raised by investigators in the wake of the May 16 launch accident, departed its assembly factory at GKNPTs Khrunichev in Moscow on its way to Baikonur Cosmodrome.

The Proton's return to flight is currently scheduled for September 28. The launch vehicle is expected to carry a classified payload known as Olymp ("Olympus") or Luch ("Beam") for the Russian Ministry of Defense. The spacecraft, developed at ISS Reshetnev in Zheleznogorsk, will likely be inserted into a geostationary orbit 36,000 kilometers above the Equator with the help of the Briz-M upper stage, where it will provide communications for the Russian military. A Moscow-based Kommersant daily claimed that the satellite would be also used for electronic espionage for the Russian security service, FSB.

This mission was previously scheduled to lift off at the end of May and, following the accident, it was initially postponed to July 8.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #124 on: 09/17/2014 09:22 AM »
Does someone have the serial numbers of the next few Protons/Briz-Ms that have a chance of flying over the next few months?
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #125 on: 10/13/2014 08:54 AM »
Does someone have the serial numbers of the next few Protons/Briz-Ms that have a chance of flying over the next few months?

This is probably still valid:-
http://www.zenite.nu/orbita/express-am4r-em-orbita/

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #127 on: 11/25/2014 08:22 AM »
Does someone have the serial numbers of the next few Protons/Briz-Ms that have a chance of flying over the next few months?

Bump for Astra-2G launch and beyond.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #128 on: 11/25/2014 08:58 AM »
Does someone have the serial numbers of the next few Protons/Briz-Ms that have a chance of flying over the next few months?

Bump for Astra-2G launch and beyond.

For Astra-2G - 8K82KM Proton-M/Briz-M (6304287970 93549/99552)

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #130 on: 03/27/2015 10:25 AM »
Khrunichev issued a tender for insurance to cover transportation by railway, air and road of various items.
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Объектами оказания услуг страхования является перевозимое имущество: разгонные блоки «Бриз-М» изделия № 99551, 99554, 99553, 99555, 99556, 99557, 99558, 99559, 99560, 99570, ракетоноситель «Протон-М» изделия № 93550, 93551, 93552, 93554, 93555, 93556, 93557, 93558, 93559, 93560, 93563, жидкостные ракетные двигатели 14Д30, С5.98, С5.92, С5.167, 3Д34, С5.80.
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/purchase/info/common-info.html?noticeId=1600665
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #131 on: 05/18/2015 08:34 PM »
Two tenders have been issued from Khrunichev for the procurement of 14Д14М engines from the manufacturer Proton-PM. These are used on the 1st stage of the Proton-M rocket.
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Изготовление и поставка двигателей 14Д14М
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/purchase/info/common-info.html?noticeId=2405699
http://www.zakupki.gov.ru/223/purchase/public/purchase/info/common-info.html?noticeId=2405815

Each is for four sets of six engines.

These are to be used to fulfil the following requirements:-
Two sets for rockets ordered under contract №ЕП/1/03/З/2360/2014 dated 19th November 2014 (a military contract);
One set for the launch of Nauka, previous rocket given to Yahsat-1B;
One set for the launch of Elektro-L №3;
Four sets for commercial launches.

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ЕП/1/03/З/2360/2014 от 19.11.2014г. (одно изделие);
Контракт МЛМ (возврат за ЯхСат 1Б) (одно изделие);
100-С033/13/422 от 14.12.2013г. (одно изделие);
Коммерческих запусков в кодшчестве двух изделий.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #132 on: 06/20/2015 08:08 AM »
Yet another attempt to systematise all available information about factory/serial/tail numbers of launched Soviet/Russian/Ukrainian space rockets: https://yadi.sk/i/bYFLI9tzgVu3E or in the attachment.

Anik appears to have solved the issue of the missing Proton-K rocket № 36802. It looks like it was converted to № 39001, one of the first to feature RD-275 and used to launch Astra-1F?

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #133 on: 06/20/2015 12:15 PM »
Igor Komarov has told yesterday in interview with Ekho Moskvy radio that Proton-M for MexSat has been produced in November 2013. But his tail number (and actually Factory/serial number too) tells us that he has been produced in 2015... I do not understand the logic with assigning of those numbers.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #134 on: 06/21/2015 10:11 AM »
Igor Komarov has told yesterday in interview with Ekho Moskvy radio that Proton-M for MexSat has been produced in November 2013. But his tail number (and actually Factory/serial number too) tells us that he has been produced in 2015... I do not understand the logic with assigning of those numbers.

Thanks to the information you have published, a couple of other examples have come to light where the serial numbers are out of sequence. As far as I can tell phase I Proton-M rockets starting from 2011 used the RD-275M engines; from rocket number № 53539. Proton-M rockets № 53532 and Proton-M rockets № 53540 featured RD-275M engines.

         2008 batch  2009 batch  2011 batch                           
         production  production  production                           
         date        date        date                                 
         Proton-M    Proton-M    Proton-M                             
Factory  phase I     phase I     phase I                              
serial   RD-275                  RD-275M                            
number   engines                 engines     Payload       Start      
53529    4922999789                          Nimiq-4       19.09.2008 
53530    5112999790                          GLONASS №42   02.09.2010 
53531    6302999791                          GLONASS №38   25.09.2008 
53532                5114209842              Intelsat-16   12.02.2010 
53533    5114999793                          Astra-1M      05.11.2008 
53534           794                          GLONASS №39   25.12.2008 
53535                5112209845              Raduga-1M №2  28.01.2010 
53536                       846 ?            damaged during transport 
53537                4922209847              GLONASS №43   05.12.2010 
53538                6302209848              GLONASS №41   14.12.2009 
53539                            6303106750  GLONASS №44   04.11.2011 
53540                5114209850              GLONASS №40   01.03.2010 
53541                            4925106752  Raduga-1M №3  11.11.2013 
53542                            6303106753  Kosmos-2473   20.09.2011 
53543                            5115106754  GLONASS №48   02.07.2013 
53544                                                            2015 


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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #135 on: 06/23/2015 03:21 PM »
Igor Komarov has told yesterday in interview with Ekho Moskvy radio that Proton-M for MexSat has been produced in November 2013. But his tail number (and actually Factory/serial number too) tells us that he has been produced in 2015... I do not understand the logic with assigning of those numbers.
The last Proton-number 2013 in your list ends with ...7973 and the rocket for Mexsat has ...7974.
Possibly yet 2013 ?

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #136 on: 06/23/2015 03:27 PM »
Igor Komarov has told yesterday in interview with Ekho Moskvy radio that Proton-M for MexSat has been produced in November 2013. But his tail number (and actually Factory/serial number too) tells us that he has been produced in 2015... I do not understand the logic with assigning of those numbers.
The last Proton-number 2013 in your list ends with ...7973 and the rocket for Mexsat has ...7974.
Possibly yet 2013 ?

The short number 93554 is the internal factory number, so that indicates sequence of production? Whilst the long number is allocated at time of order, contract placement?

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #137 on: 06/23/2015 03:41 PM »
The last Proton-number 2013 in your list ends with ...7973 and the rocket for Mexsat has ...7974. Possibly yet 2013?

No, I was told today that the production of 5116907974/93554 rocket was finished in March 2015.

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #138 on: 06/24/2015 07:29 AM »
When my colleague was at Khrunichev in February, he has made some photos. I can see a tail number on one of lateral blocks of the first stage - 4924837975. I think that a serial number of this rocket can be 53544.
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #139 on: 06/25/2015 07:04 PM »
Yet another attempt to systematise all available information about factory/serial/tail numbers of launched Soviet/Russian/Ukrainian space rockets: https://yadi.sk/i/bYFLI9tzgVu3E or in the attachment.

Anik appears to have solved the issue of the missing Proton-K rocket № 36802. It looks like it was converted to № 39001, one of the first to feature RD-275 and used to launch Astra-1F?

Another oddity is Proton-K rocket № 30201. It looks like the batch of rockets for 1979 were:-

Proton-K     Factory                                              
tail         serial                                               
number       number  Payload                 Start        Age     
  49217551   30201                                        >>>>>>> 
  51117552   30202   Ekran    11Ф647 № 17Л   03.10.1979           
  63017553   30301   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 13Л   28.12.1979           
  49217554   30302   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 15Л   14.06.1980   >       
  51197555   30401   Ekran    11Ф647 № 20Л   26.12.1980   >       
  63097556   30402   Ekran    11Ф647 № 18Л   12.03.1983   >>>>    
  49297557   30501   Ekran    11Ф647 № 21Л   25.06.1981   >>      
  51197558   30502   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 14Л   15.03.1982   >>>     


Instead Proton-K rocket № 30201 appears as part of the rockets for 1985:-

Proton-K     Factory                                              
tail         serial                                               
number       number  Payload                 Start        Age     
4927151331   33202   Altair   11Ф669 № 11Л   25.10.1985           
5117151332   33301   Ekran    11Ф647 № 30Л   24.05.1986   >       
6307151333   33302   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 28Л   18.08.1988   >>>     
4927151334   33401   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 22Л   18.11.1986   >       
5117151335   33402   Uragan   11Ф654         24.12.1985           
6309152336   33501   Uragan   11Ф654 № 9     24.04.1987   >>      
4929152337   33502   Raduga   11Ф638 № 30Л   25.10.1986   >       
5119152338   33601   Uragan   11Ф654 № 8     16.09.1986   >       
6309152339   33701   Mir      17К № 12701    19.02.1986   >       
4929152340   33702   Ekran    11Ф647 № 29Л   03.09.1987   >>      
5119152341   33801   Almaz                   29.11.1986   >       
6309152342   33802   Gorizont 11Ф662 № 23Л   11.05.1987   >>      
4929152343   30201   Geizer   11Ф663 № 13Л   04.04.1986   >       


I wonder what is the story behind that rocket? Proton-K had a shelf life of 5 years.

Also the 1985 rockets raises another question about Proton-K rocket № 33602, one of two to feature RD-253F engines.
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=17568.msg1077017#msg1077017
Did Proton-K rocket № 33701 to launch the Mir base block have an alternate tail number? Or was that associated with the ground test?

Proton-K     Factory                                              
tail         serial                                               
number       number  Payload                 Start        Age     
       781         ?                                              
4923861782   33602   Kvant   37KE № 010      31.03.1987   >       
                             77КЭ № 16601                         


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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #140 on: 06/25/2015 09:36 PM »
When my colleague was at Khrunichev in February, he has made some photos. I can see a tail number on one of lateral blocks of the first stage - 4924837975. I think that a serial number of this rocket can be 53544.

Is there another № 974?

4924877972
5114877973
630   7974
4924837975

5116907974
6304287975
4924287976
5114287977
6304287978
4924287979
5118287980
6308287981
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #141 on: 06/26/2015 07:39 AM »
Another oddity is Proton-K rocket № 30201

I think that her service life has ended without launch and they have refurbished her with assigning of new tail number, but left old serial number.

For example, I think that the same situation is with Zenit-2 that was launched in 2004. It was produced in 1995 (it has serial number 1-95), but his service life has ended without launch, and they have refurbished him with assigning of new tail number 70121402, which means that he was produced in 2003.

Is there another № 974?

I doubt. There is more likely a gap between tail numbers of rockets produced in 2013 and 2014. The same situation is with a gap between tail numbers of rockets produced in 2011 and 2012 - the last in 2011 was 738 and the first in 2012 was 740. Or between 2010 and 2011 - 730 and 732.

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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #142 on: 06/26/2015 07:54 AM »
Serial  Tail                                            
number  number                                          
                                                        
53501                101 ?                              
53502   4925622102   102                                
53503   5117622103   103                                
53504                104 ?                              
53505                      501 ?                        
53506   4921862502         502                          
53507   5111862503         503                          
53508   6303862504         504                          
53509   4923862505         505                          
53510   5112369620               620                    
53511   6302369621               621                    
53512   4922369622               622                    
53513   5114369623               623                    
53514   6302779674               674                    
53515   4922779675               675                    
53516   5112779676               676                    
53517                              7                    
53518 ?                            8                    
53519 ?                            9                    
53520   5112589730                 0   730              
53521   6302779681               681     1              
53522   4922589732                     732              
53523   6302589733                     733              
53524   4922589734                     734              
53525   5114589735                     735              
53526   6304589736                     736              
53527   4924589737                     737              
53528   5114589738                     738              
53529   4922999789                     789              
53530   5112999790                     790              
53531   6302999791                     791              
53532   5114209842                       2   842        
53533   5114999793                     793     3        
53534   5114999794                     794     4        
53535   5112209845                           845        
53536                                        846        
53537   4922209847                           847        
53538   6302209848                           848        
53539   6303106750                             9   750  
53540   5114209850                           850     1  
53541   4925106752                                 752  
53542   6305106753                                 753  
53543   5115106754                                 754  
53544   4924837975                                 975  
                                                        
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Re: Information about Proton rocket
« Reply #143 on: 06/27/2015 03:52 PM »
State Centre for Space Research and Production,
in the name of M.V. Khrunichev

Государственный космический научно-производственный центр имени М.В. Хруничева

Contract numberContract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerContract dateContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
100-1078/05Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM330,897,058,000Federal Space Agency01.03.200500.12.2007 19.12.2007[source]
100-1088/06Proton-K №41018
8К82К-0000ТУ1
Ekspress-AM440,980,000,000Federal Space Agency24.03.200600.12.2008 22.12.2008 
 Proton-M №93509
8К82КМ-0000ТУ
Multipurpose Laboratory Module1,023,240,000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2009 26.10.2009 
100-1122/08Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM41,123,000,000Federal Space Agency26.06.200800.06.2010  [source]
100-1139/11Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AMU1 Federal Space Agency02.06.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.11.2012
  
100-1139/11Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM7 Federal Space Agency02.06.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.07.2013
  
100-1139/11Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Luch-4 Federal Space Agency02.06.201100.05.2011

00.12.2013


00.10.2013
  
100-1139/11Three Proton-MEkspress-AMU1,
Ekspress-AM7 and
Luch-4
4,044,202,000 3×Proton-M     [source]
[source]
[source]
100-1192/12Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Ekspress-AM4R1,436,560,000Federal Space Agency15.05.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
100-1192/12Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Yenisey-A11,436,560,000Federal Space Agency15.05.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
100-1192/12Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Spektr-UF1,436,560,000Federal Space Agency15.05.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
100-1192/12Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Science Power Module NEM-11,436,560,000Federal Space Agency15.05.201200.04.2014

25.11.2014
   
100-1192/12Four Proton-MEkspress-AM4R,
Yenisey-A1,
Spektr-UF and
NEM-1
5,746,240,000
4×Proton-M
     [source]
[source]
100-С206/12Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok №50 №541,436,560,000Federal Space Agency31.05.201200.05.2012

25.11.2014


30.06.2014
 [source]
[source]
100-С025/13/136Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
Exomars-20161,509,826,000Federal Space Agency14.03.201300.01.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
100-С206/13/151Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ-У
GLONASS blok №511,509,826,000Federal Space Agency12.04.201300.03.2013

25.11.2015


00.11.2015
 [source]
[source]
100-С033/13/422Proton-MElektro-L №31,509,826,000Federal Space Agency14.12.201325.11.2015  [source]
100-С206/14/126Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1,563,054,630Federal Space Agency18.04.201418.04.2014

25.11.2017
   
100-С206/14/126Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1,617,761,540Federal Space Agency18.04.201418.04.2014

25.11.2018
   
100-С206/14/126Proton-M
8К82КМ-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS1,617,761,540Federal Space Agency18.04.201418.04.2014

25.11.2018
   
100-С206/14/126Three Proton-MGLONASS4,798,577,710
3×Proton-M
     [source]
ЕП/1/03/З/2360/2014Two Proton-M  R.F. Ministry of Defense19.11.2014    










Contract numberContract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerContract dateContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
 Briz-MEkspress-AM330,293,470,000Federal Space Agency17.03.200600.06.2008 31.12.2008 
 Briz-M
14С43-0000ТУ
Ekspress-AM440,323,000,000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.06.2008 31.12.2008 
 Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40,348,900,000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2009 09.11.2009 
100-1142/11Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0,419,199,000Federal Space Agency02.06.201100.05.2011

00.12.2012


00.09.2012
 [source]
[source]
[source]
100-1189/12Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM70,427,369,600Federal Space Agency16.05.201200.04.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
100-С207/12Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №440,427,369,600Federal Space Agency25.06.201200.05.2012

25.11.2013
  [source]
[source]
100-1195/13/78Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM4R0,438,456,500Federal Space Agency20.02.201300.01.2013

25.11.2013


00.11.2013
 [source]
[source]
100-С029/14/3Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
Exomars-20160,461,258,300Federal Space Agency14.12.201325.11.2015  [source]
100-С221/13/440Briz-M
14С43-0000-0ТУ
GLONASS0,461,258,300Federal Space Agency24.12.201325.11.2015  [source]
ЕП/1/03/З/1988/2013Briz-M  R.F. Ministry of Defense27.12.2013    
ЕП/1/03/З/0032/2015Two Briz-M  R.F. Ministry of Defense18.12.2014    










Contract numberContract itemsSatellite to be launchedTotal cost Russian rubleCustomerContract dateContractual periodScheduled delivery dateDelivered 
100-1099/0614С75.11 and
ПС 14С326
GLONASS blok №350,054,975,000Federal Space Agency17.04.200600.04.2007 25.05.2007[source]
 14С75 and
ПС 14С326
Ekspress-AM330,103,293,000Federal Space Agency31.05.200700.12.2007 19.12.2007 
 14С75.15 and
ПС
Ekspress-AM440,109,900,000Federal Space Agency26.05.200800.12.2008 22.12.2008 
  GLONASS blok №400,116,000,000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
  GLONASS blok №410,116,000,000R.F. Ministry of Defense     
  GLONASS blok №40 and
№41
0,232,000,000 2×     [source]
  GLONASS blok №420,122,960,000R.F. Ministry of Defense    [source]
 813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ 813ГЛН34-0010-0СБ
GLONASS blok №43K0,122,960,000R.F. Ministry of Defense24.08.200930.10.2010  [source]
Ф33-06-10/ЕОЗ813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
GLONASS blok №45K0,140,808,600R.F. Ministry of Defense19.05.201025.11.2011   
Ф33-06-10/ЕОЗ813БК
813БК-0100-0ТУ
 0,140,808,600R.F. Ministry of Defense19.05.201025.11.2011   
Ф33-06-10/ЕОЗ GLONASS blok №45K and
a 2nd reserve piece
0,281,617,200 2×813БК     [source]
[source]
100-1134/1014С75.15 and
ПС
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM40,136,365,000Federal Space Agency19.05.201000.03.2010

00.09.2011


00.09.2011
 [source]
[source]
[source]
100-1141/1114С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Luch-5B Federal Space Agency06.04.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.10.2011
  
100-1141/1114С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM50,138,986,200Federal Space Agency06.04.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
100-1141/1114С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AM60,138,986,200Federal Space Agency06.04.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
 [source]
100-1141/1114С75.15
14С75-0000-0ТУ
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
 Federal Space Agency06.04.201100.03.2011

00.12.2011


00.11.2011
  
100-1141/11 Luch-5B,
Ekspress-AM5,
Ekspress-AM6 and
Ekspress-AT1 with
Ekspress-AT2
0,514,688,000 4×14С75     [source]
[source]
[