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During OneWeb's Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2020:
Concerning OneWeb's launches, the launchers are stored and are always reserved for the satellites. If the purchase does take place at the beginning of July, launches could resume in August or even at the end of July.

OneWeb emerging from Chapter 11.

Resumption of constellation deployment:
Arianespace announces the resumption of the OneWeb constellationís deployment
 
September 21, 2020
Arianespace and OneWeb will resume launch operations to continue the deployment of the OneWeb constellation.
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Pursuant to an amended launch contract with OneWeb, the London-based communications company, Arianespace will perform 16 more Soyuz launches from three spaceports (Kourou, Baikonur and Vostochny) beginning in late 2020 and continuing through 2022. These launches will enable OneWeb to complete the deployment of its full global constellation of Low Earth Orbit satellites by the end of 2022.
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Not until 2022?
Any news about the OneWeb Soyuz launches from Kourou?

I didn't get any information on them, but they're probably postponed to 2022.

OneWeb 2021 launches from Kourou, as of January 2021:
https://tass.ru/kosmos/10565073
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"In 2021, the Russian side plans to carry out 10 launches with Soyuz-2 and Soyuz-ST carrier rockets in the interests of foreign customers," Saveliev said.
According to the deputy general director of the state corporation, four of them will pass from the Baikonur cosmodrome and three each from Vostochny and Kuru (French Guiana). At the same time, the launch of the apparatus of the European global satellite navigation system Galileo is expected from the Kuru cosmodrome.

https://tass.ru/kosmos/10565159
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MOSCOW, January 28. / TASS /. Roscosmos plans to carry out eight launches under the OneWeb program from the Baikonur, Vostochny and Kuru cosmodromes. This was announced to TASS by the Deputy General Director of Roscosmos for International Cooperation Sergei Savelyev.
"Three spacecraft launches are planned from the Baikonur and Vostochny cosmodromes within the framework of the OneWeb project," Saveliev said.
According to the deputy general director, two cluster launches are also planned from the Kourou cosmodrome in French Guiana.

November (VS27) and December (VS28) 2021; article dated January 30:
https://ria.ru/20210130/kosmos-1595229475.html
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"In September, it is planned to launch two European navigation satellites Galileo, in November and December - two launches of 34 British OneWeb communications satellites in each," - said the source.

October 2021 (VS26) and February 2022 (VS28); article dated April 7:
https://ria.ru/20210407/soyuz-1727117974.html
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"The launch of the Soyuz rocket with 34 British OneWeb satellites from Kourou, scheduled for December 2021, has been postponed, tentatively, to February 2022," the source said.
Another source confirmed this information, adding that now in 2021 two launches of Soyuz with Kuru are to take place: in October with 34 OneWeb vehicles and in November with two European navigation satellites Galileo.

Early November 2021 (VS26):
https://tass.ru/kosmos/11662107
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SAINT PETERSBURG, June 16. / TASS /. The next launch of the Soyuz-ST launch vehicle from the Kourou cosmodrome in French Guiana is scheduled for early November. Ruslan Mukhamedzhanov, General Director of the Center for Operation of Ground-Based Space Infrastructure Facilities (TSENKI), told TASS on the sidelines of the Global Conference on Space Exploration GLEX-2021.

"The nearest launch from the Kuru cosmodrome is planned for early November," he said, answering the question when the next launch of the Soyuz-ST rocket from the cosmodrome is planned.
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Soyuz-ST-B launches are scheduled to bracket that of James Webb Space Telescope in mid-November.  (The launch of the Galileo pair is VS27.):
https://ria.ru/20210321/kuru-1602168599.html
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"The launch of the Soyuz-ST-B rocket with the Fregat-MT upper stage and two Galileo satellites from the Guiana Space Center (Kuru Cosmodrome - Ed.) Has been postponed until November," the agency's source said.
Another source confirmed this information, adding that the launch is scheduled for late November, and its postponement is not related to Russian launch vehicles. "The rocket and the upper stage were made a long time ago," he said.


A great thread about the news of and discussion about the OneWeb constellation is here: OneWeb constellation

And for the previous OneWeb launches:
Soyuz-STB/Fregat-M (VS21) - OneWeb (x6) - (21:37 UTC) February 27, 2019 [from Kourou]

Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat - OneWeb Fl. 2 (x34) - Baikonur - Feb 6, 2020, 21:42 UTC

Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat - OneWeb Fl. 3 (x34) - Baikonur - March 21, 2020, 17:06 UTC

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F4 (x36) - Vostochny - December 18, 2020 (12:26 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F5 (x36) - Vostochny - 25 March 2021 (02:47 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F6 (x36) - Vostochny - 25 April 2021 (22:14 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F7 (x36) - Vostochny - 28 May 2021 (17:38 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F8 (x36) - Vostochny - 1 July 2021 (12:48 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F9 (x34) - Baikonur - 21 August 2021 (22:13 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F10 - Baikonur - 14 September 2021 (18:07 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F11 (x36) - Vostochny - 14 October 2021 (09:40 UTC)

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F12 (x36) - Baikonur - 27 December 2021 (13:10 UTC)

Upcoming Launches:
Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F14 (x36) - Baikonur - 5 March 2022

Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat - OneWeb F? (x36) - Baikonur - TBD 2022
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SFN Launch Schedule, updated July 27, lists this launch for November 2021.
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Cross-post:
https://tass.com/science/1322791
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MOSCOW, August 5. /TASS/. The launch of a Russian Soyuz-ST carrier rocket with British OneWeb communications satellite from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana is scheduled for December 29, 2021, a source in the space sector told TASS on Thursday.

"A Soyuz-ST carrier rocket with OneWeb satellites from the Kourou spaceport is scheduled for December 29," the source said.
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Cross-post; my bold:
Galileo - December 1
OneWeb - January 6 [2022]
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Hum....January 6 corresponds to the russian Christmas. I rather doubt there will be a launch that day

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Hum....January 6 corresponds to the russian Christmas. I rather doubt there will be a launch that day
Russian Orthodox Christmas falls on January 7. And yes, it's a public holiday in Russia.

There's also the point to consider: launch ops are in French Guiana.

Launch, immediately followed by celebrating Christmas! 🎄
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Hum....January 6 corresponds to the russian Christmas. I rather doubt there will be a launch that day
Russian Orthodox Christmas falls on January 7. And yes, it's a public holiday in Russia.

There's also the point to consider: launch ops are in French Guiana.

Launch, immediately followed by celebrating Christmas! 🎄

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Hum....January 6 corresponds to the russian Christmas. I rather doubt there will be a launch that day
Russian Orthodox Christmas falls on January 7. And yes, it's a public holiday in Russia.

There's also the point to consider: launch ops are in French Guiana.

Launch, immediately followed by celebrating Christmas! 🎄

You have to go back a long way in time to find a Russian orbital launch at the beginning of January.
I believe up to the time of the Soviet Union. Is this launch so important?
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Cross-post re: possible reassignment of OneWeb Flight no./chronological order:
The December launch of OneWeb from Baikonur is no longer in the list of launches in 2021.
https://t.me/s/rogozin_do/1113
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Cross-post re: possible reassignment of OneWeb Flight no./chronological order:

Never mind, this launch is Flight 13; January 6 launch confirmed:
Cross-post; my bold:
https://ria.ru/20211014/raketa-1754536685.html
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Today's [October 14] launch was the 17th launch of Russian space rockets in 2021, and in total, according to Rogozin, 29 are planned.
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Earlier, the press service of the Glavkosmos company (a subsidiary of Roscosmos) told RIA Novosti that in 2021 from the Baikonur, Vostochny and Kuru sites, 8 to 10 launches of Soyuz rockets with OneWeb satellites are planned, of which seven have already been completed. ... As sources in the rocket and space industry clarified to the agency, the next launch is expected from Baikonur on December 27, from the Kuru cosmodrome on January 6, 2022, and then on January 27 again from Baikonur.
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JWST launch delay NET December 22, maybe more.

Turnaround between CSG launches is approximately 2 weeks.  Dec 22 + 14 days = January 5.

Then consider the days off for Christmas (both Western and Russian Orthodox) and New Year's holidays.

I suspect that this launch will be delayed.
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Per Russians working on this launch itís slipping to February 20 (making it F14), on the other hand F15 also from Kourou will move up to March.
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Per Russians working on this launch itís slipping to February 20 (making it F14), on the other hand F15 also from Kourou will move up to March.

but the Soyuz VS28 launch is for Galileo.
https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2021/partying-until-dawn-ohb-celebrates-successful-liftoff-for-galileo-satellites
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The FM 25 & 26 satellites are already in the starting blocks and are scheduled for launching between March and April.

The Russian source does not specify the payloads as I understand it.
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Per Russians working on this launch itís slipping to February 20 (making it F14), on the other hand F15 also from Kourou will move up to March.

but the Soyuz VS28 launch is for Galileo.
https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2021/partying-until-dawn-ohb-celebrates-successful-liftoff-for-galileo-satellites
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The FM 25 & 26 satellites are already in the starting blocks and are scheduled for launching between March and April.

The Russian source does not specify the payloads as I understand it.

Feb 20 : Oneweb
March : Oneweb
April : Galileo

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Per Russians working on this launch itís slipping to February 20 (making it F14), on the other hand F15 also from Kourou will move up to March.

but the Soyuz VS28 launch is for Galileo.
https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2021/partying-until-dawn-ohb-celebrates-successful-liftoff-for-galileo-satellites
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The FM 25 & 26 satellites are already in the starting blocks and are scheduled for launching between March and April.

The Russian source does not specify the payloads as I understand it.

Feb 20 : Oneweb
March : Oneweb
April : Galileo

What is the source for the 3rd Soyuz? It is only written about 2.
Galileo was planned for April, this launch will be brought forward a bit, according to the source at Novkos.
OHB on October 8
https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2021/here-we-go-again-next-launch-for-ohb-galileo-satellites
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The next launch is just around the corner

FM 23&24 will be probably launched at the end of the year. And the next satellites are already in the starting blocks: FM 25&26 have since completed their acceptance review, thus demonstrating their functionality. Now they are awaiting their journey to Kourou, which will presumably be in April 2022.

Now OHB write March to April, a little more cautiously than the NovKos source.

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Per Russians working on this launch itís slipping to February 20 (making it F14), on the other hand F15 also from Kourou will move up to March.

but the Soyuz VS28 launch is for Galileo.
https://www.ohb.de/en/news/2021/partying-until-dawn-ohb-celebrates-successful-liftoff-for-galileo-satellites
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The FM 25 & 26 satellites are already in the starting blocks and are scheduled for launching between March and April.

The Russian source does not specify the payloads as I understand it.

Feb 20 : Oneweb
March : Oneweb
April : Galileo

What is the source for the 3rd Soyuz? It is only written about 2.

2nd Oneweb launch was on Feb when 1st Oneweb was on Jan 6.

Planned launches:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2021
Starsem's launches:
December 27 - OneWeb L12 (x36) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M (ST37) - Baikonur 31/6 - 13:10:37

2022
January 6  February 20 - OneWeb L14 (x34) - Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-MT (VS27) - Kourou ELS
  February   March - OneWeb (x34) - Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-MT (VS28) - Kourou ELS
April - Galileo-FOC FM25 (Patrick), Galileo-FOC FM26 (Julina) - Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-MT (VS29) - Kourou ELS

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Launch schedule for early 2022:
2022 Launched:
№ Ė Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

February 10 TBD 2021? TBD 2022 TBD 2021 Nov 2021 Oct 2021 Nov/early Nov 2021 Dec 29, 2021 NET Jan 6? Feb 20 - OneWeb (x34) Flight 13 13 TBD 13 14 - Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-M Fregat-MT (VS27 TBD VS27 TBD VS26) - Kourou ELS - 18:09:37
(approximately 2 weeks minimum between CSG launches; approximately 3 weeks minimum between Soyuz-ST launches)

2022 Planned Launches:
№ Ė Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

April 6 Mar midyear Apr Mar late Mar - Galileo-FOC FM25 (TBD Nikolina), Galileo-FOC FM26 (Julina) - Soyuz ST-B/Fregat-MT Ariane 62 (VS28 VS29) - Kourou ELS ELA-4 - 00:31:51
(approximately 2 weeks minimum between CSG launches; approximately 3 weeks minimum between Soyuz-ST launches)

NET late April Dec 2021 or Jan 2022 TBD early/Jan Feb Apr - MEASAT-3d, GSAT-24 Syracuse 4A (Comsat-NG 1) Ovzon-3 - Ariane 5 ECA+ (VA257 TBD VA257 VA258? TBD VA258?) - Kourou ELA-3
(approximately 2 weeks minimum between CSG launches)

May late June/early July 2021 early 2022 Q1 NLT Mar NET Apr NET late Apr/Q2 - LARES 2, AstroBio CubeSat (ABCS), CELESTA (ROBUSTA 1D), GreenCube, Robusta MTCube 2 (ROBUSTA 1E) - Vega C (VV21 VV19 VV21? VV22? VV21?) [inaugural flight] - Kourou ZLV
(approximately 2 weeks between CSG launches; approximately 6 weeks minimum between Vega launches)

H1/end of Q2 H2 2021 NET Sept 2021 Q3 2021 TBD/NET mid Dec 2021 TBD/NET mid Dec 2021 to Jan 2022 TBD/NET late Dec 2021 to Jan 2022 H1/Jan H1/late Apr? H1/NET May - Eutelsat Hotbird 13F?, TBD (Ovzon-3?) Eutelsat Hotbird 13F (TBD) GSAT-24 - Ariane 5 ECA+ GSLV MkIII (VA258? or TBD VA256? VA255 VA257?) - Kourou ELA-3 Sriharikota SLP
(approximately 2 weeks between CSG launches; approximately 4 weeks minimum between Ariane 5 launches)

End of Q2 TBD - Ovzon-3 - Ariane 5 ECA+ - Kourou ELA-3

TBD TBD 2021? TBD 2022 TBD 2021 Dec 2021 Feb 2022 NET Mar or Apr - OneWeb (x36 x34) Flight TBD 15? - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat Soyuz-ST-B/Fregat-MT (VS28) - Baikonur 31/6 Kourou ELS
(approximately 2 weeks minimum between CSG launches; approximately 3 weeks minimum between Soyuz-ST launches)

NET 2023 Q1 NET Q2 - ??, ION-SVC: Astrocast (x10)? - Vega (TBD VV21?) - Kourou ZLV - ~16:40?
(approximately 2 weeks minimum between CSG launches; approximately 6 weeks minimum between Vega launches; last Vega)

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Cross-post; this is now the next scheduled OneWeb launch, as well as the next orbital launch from Kourou.
TASS reporting that the first OneWeb launch in 2022 is from the Guiana Space Center.
https://tass.ru/kosmos/13301243



Stephane Israel says Arianespace's next launch is in February from Kourou for OneWeb.
https://twitter.com/arianespaceceo/status/1475527204025077764
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At the Guiana Space Center (French Guiana), work resumed at the Soyuz launch complex as part of the twenty-seventh launch campaign for the Soyuz-ST booster with the next batch of spacecraft from the satellite company OneWeb.

From January 15, 2022, in accordance with the schedule begins charging propulsion systems upper stage "Fregat" production Research and Production Association named after S. Lavochkin compressed gases and fuel components. The work is carried out by specialists from the Center for Ground-Based Space Infrastructure Facilities Operation and Lavochkin Research and Production Association (part of Roskosmos State Corporation).

Work on the preparation of the Soyuz-ST rocket, as well as technological systems and components of the set of technological equipment for the launch vehicle reception will begin January 20 on the arrival of specialists from the Research Institute of launch complexes named after V.P. Barmin (TsENKI branch) and the Progress Space Rocket Center (part of the State Corporation Roskosmos).

An administrative and technical group is in place to support the stay of Russian personnel in French Guiana. Day-to-day activities of Russian specialists are organized in compliance with all epidemiological requirements for the non-proliferation of coronavirus infection established by the Government of the French Republic and the French Guiana Prefecture.

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