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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1660 on: 09/06/2019 07:27 pm »
https://twitter.com/anik1982space/status/1169996352048312321
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New manned spacecraft named "Eagle"
Flight tests of a new manned spacecraft were transferred from Soyuz-5 to Angara-A5P: unmanned - in 2023, manned - in 2025
Roscosmos plans to create a Soyuz-6 rocket
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The first flight of the Angara-A5 rocket from Vostochny is planned for August 2023

The second Angara-A5 rocket for Plesetsk will be delivered to the customer in November

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1661 on: 09/06/2019 07:28 pm »
https://twitter.com/anik1982space/status/1170003716663062528
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Soyuz-6 rocket will use the RD-180 engine

The third and fourth Angara-A5 missiles for Plesetsk will be delivered to the customer in April and November 2020
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Unmanned flight of a new spacecraft docked to the ISS in 2024

The second launch of the Angara-A5 rocket from Plesetsk will take place “before or after the New Year holidays”
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1662 on: 09/07/2019 07:36 pm »
NOTE: Due to a presently low launch rate this schedule is currently updated once to twice a month and when a launch takes place.

Performed Russian space launches on 2019 (times in UTC)

№ - Date Time (UTC) – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome

01 - February 21 (16:47) - EgyptSat-A - Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat-M (Е15000-024/112-07) - Baikonur, 31/6 (Third Stage Anomaly/Achieved orbit in contingency mode)
02 - March 14 - Soyuz MS-12 (№742) - Soyuz-FG (Я15000-070) - Baikonur, 1/5 - 19:14:08.175
03 - April 4 - Progress MS-11 (№441) - Soyuz-2.1a (Я15000-036) - Baikonur, 31/6 – 11:01:34.264
04 - May 27 - Kosmos 2534 (Glonass-M №58 / Block 55s / S6) - Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat-M (Я15000-053/112-09) - Plesetsk, 43/4 - 06:23
05 - May 30 – Yamal-601 – Proton-M/Briz-M (93569/99564) – Baikonur, 200/39 - 17:41:59.970
06 - July 5 - Meteor-M 2-2, Momentus X1 (El Camino Real), NSLSat-1, Lemur-2 (100), Lemur-2 (101), Lemur-2 (102), Lemur-2 (103), Lemur-2 (104), Lemur-2 (105), Lemur-2 (106), Lemur-2 (107), JAISAT-1, EXOCONNECT, D-Star One (Lightsat), Lucky-7, SEAM-2.0, MTCube (Robusta-1C), SONATE, Beesat-9, Beesat-10, Beesat-11, Beesat-12, Beesat-13, MOVE-2b, TTU-100, Ecuador-UTE, ICEYE-X4, ICEYE-X5, DoT-1, MKA Sokrat, VDNKhA-80, AmurSat (AmGU-1) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat  (Я15000-002/122-04) - Vostochniy, 1S - 05:41:45.962
07 - July 10 - Kosmos 2535, 2536, 2537, 2538 - Soyuz-2-1v/Volga (78072004/x) - Plesetsk, 43/4 - 17:14
08 - July 13 - Spektr-RG – Proton-M/DM-03 (53547/4Л) – Baikonur, 81/24 - 12:30:56.955
09 - July 20 - Soyuz MS-13 (№746) - Soyuz-FG (H15000-069) - Baikonur, 1/5 - 16:28:20.238
10 - July 30 - Meridian-M №18L - Soyuz-2-1a/Fregat-M (x/1036) – Plesetsk, 43/4, 05:56
11 - July 31 - Progress MS-12 (№442) – Soyuz-2-1a (Н15000-035) – Baikonur, 31/6 - 12:10:46.153
12 - August 5 - Kosmos 2539 (Blagovest №14L) - Proton-M/Briz-M (93564/99566) - Baikonur, 81/24 - 21:56:00.008
13 - August 22 - Soyuz MS-14 (№743)(Uncrewed) - Soyuz-2-1a (Я15000-037) - Baikonur, 31/6 - 03:38:31.987
14 - August 30 - Kosmos 2540 (Geo-IK-2 №13L) – Rokot/Briz-KM (4923921129/72530) – Plesetsk, 133/3 - 14:00:14
15 - September 25 - Soyuz MS-15 (№744) - Soyuz-FG (Я15000-071) - Baikonur, 1/5 - 13:57:42.701
16 - September 26 - Kosmos 2541 (Tundra №3) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M (78072176/111-302) – Plesetsk, 43/4 - 07:46

Planned Russian space launches
(suborbital launches are not included!)

2019
Date – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome – Time

October 9 - Eutelsat 5 West B; MEV-1 - Proton-M/Briz-M (93704/99573) - Baikonur, 200/39 - 10:17
NET October - Kosmos (Neitron №1) – Soyuz-2-1a/Fregat-M – Plesetsk, 43/4
November 16 - Kosmos (Glonass-M №59 / Block-56s / S7) - Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
November 20 – Elektro-L №3 – Proton-M/DM-03 (93566/6Л) – Baikonur, 200/39 (December 24)
November 29 - Gonets-M №24, 25, 26 [block-15], Blits-M1, Blits-M2 - Rokot/Briz-KM – Plesetsk, 133/3
November 20 December 19 - OneWeb Flight 2 (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6
December 6 - Progress MS-13 (№443) - Soyuz-2-1A (Н15000-034) - Baikonur, 31/6
December - dummy payload - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey)(71752/3Л) - Plesetsk, 35/1 (or Early January)
NET December - Kosmos (14F148 Bars-M №3) - Soyuz-2-1A - Plesetsk
Late - Kosmos (14F143 Glonass-K №15L) [blok K4s] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk, 43/4 (or Early 2020)
Late - Ekspress-80; Ekspress-103 - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur, 200/39 (or Early 2020)
Late - Kosmos (Pion-NKS №901) - Soyuz-2-1b (77069203) - Plesetsk, 43/4
TBD - Kosmos (Meridian-M №19L) - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M - Plesetsk, 43/4
TBD - Kosmos (Razdan №1) - Soyuz-2 - Plesetsk, 43/4
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №4) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2020)
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №5) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2020)
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №6) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2020)
TBD - Kosmos (Bars-M №4) - Soyuz-2-1a - Plesetsk (or 2020)

2020
Date – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome – Time

December 5, 2019  January - OneWeb Flight 3 (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6
February - OneWeb Flight 4 (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6
March 20 / April 15 – Soyuz MS-16 (№745) – Soyuz-2-1A (Я15000-038) – Baikonur 31/6
Q1 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №13) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q1 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №17) [block K6s] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
NET Q1 - Kosmos (Glonass-M №60) - Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q1  Q2 – CAS500-1, Unisat-7 (Unicorn 1, Arduiqube, FEES), ELSA-d (Chaser + Target), GRUS-1B, GRUS-1C, GRUS-1C, Fukui Prefectural Satellite, cubesats – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Baikonur, 31/6 (or Late April)
Q2  April - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
April 16 – Progress MS-14 (№444) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
H2 - Arktika-M №1 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Baikonur, 31/6
Q2  May - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
Q2  June - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
April (TBD)  July 15 – Progress MS-15 (№445) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
July 26-August 13 – ExoMars RSP (CM+DM) – Proton-M/Briz-M – Baikonur, 200/39
Late July – CAS500-2, PIXXEL-1 (demo), microsats, cubesats – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Baikonur, 31/6 (or H2)
NET July - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №14) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q3  July - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
Q1  August - OneWeb Flight 5 (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6
Q1  September - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)
June (TBD)  September – Progress MS-16 (№446) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q3 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №16) [block K5s] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q4 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №18) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q4 – Kosmos (Gonets-M №30, 31, 32) [block-17] – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
November 2019 Q4 - Kosmos (Gonets-M №27, 28, 29) [block-16]  - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat - Plesetsk
October 21 – Soyuz MS-17 (№747) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
November 6 - MLM-U Nauka – Proton-M – Baikonur, 200/39
Q1  November - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)
November – Meteor-M №2-3 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
November 2019  November - Resurs-P №4 - Soyuz-2-1b (G15000-031) - Baikonur, 31/6
November 25 - Kosmos (Glonass-M №61) - Soyuz-2.1b/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
September (TBD)  December – Progress MS-17 (№447) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q1  December - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)
TBD - Challenge ONE (PFM) - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M TBD, TBD - TBD
TBD – Eutelsat – Proton-M/Briz-M – Baikonur, 200/39
TBD – Intelsat – Proton-M/Briz-M – Baikonur, 200/39
TBD – Space Drone (x2) – Proton-M/Briz-M – Baikonur, 200/39
TBD - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №18, 19, 20) - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur, 200/39 (or three Soyuz-Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M from Plesetsk, 43/3 or 43/4)
TBD – Kosmos (Meridian №20L) – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
TBD - Kosmos (Bars-M №5) - Soyuz-2-1a - Plesetsk
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №7) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2021)
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №8 ) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2021)
TBD - dummy payload - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey)(71753/x) - Plesetsk, 35/1

piggybacked:
TBD – Trabant 1, Trabant 2, Chibis-AI – TBD – TBD
TBD – Yarilo (x2) – TBD – TBD

2021
Date – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome – Time

Q3 2020  February - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
Q3 2020  March - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S (TBD)
March – Soyuz MS-18 (№748) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
December 2020 (TBD)  Q1 – Progress MS-18 (№448) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q1 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №19) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q2 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №20) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Early  Q2 – Progress MS-19 (№449) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Midyear – Progress MS-20 (№450) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
July – Luna-25 (Luna-Glob lander) – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-MT – Baikonur, 31/6
2020  NET August – Kondor-FKA №1 – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Baikonur, 31/6
September – Soyuz MS-19 (№749) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q3 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №21) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
NET June 2020  H2 - Obzor-R №1 - Soyuz-2-1a/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
Q4 - Ekspress-AMU4 - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur, 200/39
Q4 - Kosmos (Gonets-M №33, 34, 35) [block-18] - Angara-1.2/AM - Plesetsk, 35/1
NET October – Meteor-M №2-4 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
Late – Progress MS-21 (№451) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
December - Elektro-L №4 - Proton-M/DM-03 - Baikonur, 200/39
Q1 2020  TBD - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)
Q1 2020  TBD - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)
TBD – KOMPSAT-6 – Angara-1.2/AM – Plesetsk, 35/1
NET November 2020  TBD - Resurs-P №5 - Soyuz-2-1B - Baikonur, 31/6
TBD - Kosmos (Bars-M №6) - Soyuz-2-1a - Plesetsk
TBD – Arktika-M №2 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Baikonur or Vostochniy, 1S
TBD - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №21, 22, 23) - Proton-M/Briz-M - Baikonur, 200/39 (or three Soyuz-Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M from Plesetsk, 43/3 or 43/4)
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №9) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2022)
TBD - Kosmos (Tundra №10) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk (or 2022)
TBD – inaugural flight – Rokot-2/Briz-KM-2 – Plesetsk, 133/3
TBD – Ekspress-AMU3, Ekspress-AMU7 – Proton-M/Briz-M – Baikonur

piggybacked:
SNIPE-1, SNIPE-2, SNIPE-3, SNIPE-4 (Small scale magNetospheric and Ionospheric Plasma Experiments)


2022
Date – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome – Time

Early – TBD – Start-1 – TBD
Early – Progress MS-22 (№452) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
March – Soyuz MS-20 (№750) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Spring - Bion-M №2 - Soyuz-2-1B - Baikonur, 31/6
Midyear – Progress MS-23 (№453) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q1 2021  NET August – Kondor-FKA №2 – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
September – Soyuz MS-21 (№751) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
Q3 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №22) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q4 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №24) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Late – Progress MS-24 (№454) – Soyuz-2-1A – Baikonur 31/6
December - Elektro-L №5 - Proton-M/DM-03 - Baikonur, 200/39 (or Early 2023)
Q2 2020  TBD - OneWeb (34 sats) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Baikonur, 31/6 (TBD)  Vostochniy, 1S
TBD – Soyuz-GVK – Soyuz-2-1B – Baikonur, 31/6
TBD - Kosmos (Razdan №2) - Soyuz-2 - Plesetsk
TBD - Ekspress-RV1 - Soyuz-2/Fregat-M - TBD
TBD - Ekspress-RV2 - Soyuz-2/Fregat-M - TBD
TBD - Ekspress-RV3 - Soyuz-2/Fregat-M - TBD (or 2023)
TBD - Ekspress-RV4 - Soyuz-2/Fregat-M - TBD (or 2023)

TBD – Kosmos (Meridian №21L) – Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
TBD - Kosmos (Gonets-M №36, 37, 38) [block-19] - Angara-1.2/AM - Plesetsk, 35/1
May 2020  TBD - Progress M-UM (№303) - Soyuz-2-1B (Т15000-025) - Baikonur, 31/6
TBD - NEM-1 (SPM-1) – Proton-M (93703) – Baikonur, TBD

Unclear:
Date – Satellite(s) – Rocket/Upper stage – Cosmodrome – Time

2021 – Meteor-M №3 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M –  Baikonur, 31/6 or Vostochniy, 1S
December 2023 – Meteor-M №2-5 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
2022  Q1 2023 - Kosmos (Glonass-K1 №23) [block K7] – Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q1 2023 - Kosmos (Glonass-V №11) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
2022  Q4 2023 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №25) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
2023 - BKA-2 - TBD - TBD
2023 - Kosmos (Gonets-M №39,40), Kosmos (Gonets-M1 №11) [block-20] - Angara-1.2/AM - Plesetsk, 35/1
2022  2023 – Resurs-PM №1 – Soyuz-2-1B – Vostochniy, 1S
2023 - Dummy Payload/Commercial Satellite - Soyuz-5 (Irtysh) - Baikonur, 45/1
2022  2023 - Eagle/Federation Test Flight 1 (PTK-NP) - Irtysh (fka Soyuz-5)  Angara-A5P - Baikonur, 45/1  Vostochniy, 1A
Q1 2024 - Kosmos (Glonass-V №12) - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M – Plesetsk
Q1 2024 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №26), Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №27) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Plesetsk/Vostochniy
June 2024 – Meteor-M №2-6, Ionosfera-M №1, Ionosfera-M №2 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Vostochniy, 1S
Q3 2024 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №28) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q4 2024 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №29) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
2024 – Arktika-M №3 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Baikonur or Vostochniy, 1S
2023  2024 - Eagle/Federation Test Flight 2 (PTK-NP) - Irtysh (fka Soyuz-5)  Angara-A5P - Baikonur, 45/1  Vostochniy, 1A
2024 – Luna-26 (Luna-Resurs-OA Orbiter) – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-MT – Vostochniy, 1S
2024 – Resurs-PM №2 – Soyuz-2-1B – Vostochniy, 1S
2024 – Resurs-PM №3 – Soyuz-2-1B – Vostochniy, 1S

2024 - Kosmos (Razdan №3) - Soyuz-2 - Plesetsk
2024 - Kosmos (Gonets-M №41, 42, 43) [block-21] - Angara-1.2/AM - Plesetsk, 35/1
Q1 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-V №13), Kosmos (Glonass-V №14) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Plesetsk/Vostochniy
Q2 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №30) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q3 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №31), Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №32) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Plesetsk/Vostochniy
Q4 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №33), Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №34) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Plesetsk/Vostochniy
Q4 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-K2 №35) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
Q4 2025 - Kosmos (Glonass-V №15), Kosmos (Glonass-V №16) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Plesetsk/Vostochniy
October 23 2025 - Spektr-UV - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2025 - Dummy Payload/Commercial Satellite - Soyuz-6 (TBN) - Baikonur, 45/1
2024  2025 - Eagle/Federation Test Flight 3 (PTK-NP) - Irtysh (fka Soyuz-5)  Angara-A5P - Baikonur, 45/1  Vostochniy, 1A
2025 – Luna-27 (Luna-Resurs-OA Lander) – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-MT – Vostochniy, 1S
2025 – Resurs-PM №4 – Soyuz-2-1B – Vostochniy, 1S
2025 – Arktika-M №4 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Baikonur or Vostochniy, 1S
2025 – Arktika-M №5 – Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M – Baikonur or Vostochniy, 1S
2025 - Kosmos (Gonets-M №44, 45, 46) [block-22] - Angara-1.2/AM - Plesetsk, 35/1
2025  2026 - Eagle/Federation Test Flight 4 (PTK-NP) - Irtysh (fka Soyuz-5)  Angara-A5P - Baikonur, 45/1  Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Dummy Payload/Commercial Satellite - Soyuz-7 (Volga) - Baikonur, 45/1
TBD - Lybid – Zenit-3SLBF/Fregat-SB (xxx/222-01) – Baikonur, 45/1
TBD - Yenisey-A1 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Yamal-GK №1 (GSO) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Yamal-GK №2 (GSO) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Luch-5M №1 (165°W) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Luch-5M №2 (167°E) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Luch-5VM №1 (16°W) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Luch-5VM №2 (95°E) - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2023 - Yamal-501 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2023 - Yamal-502 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2029 - Yamal-701 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2029 - Yamal-702 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2032 - Yamal-901 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2032 - Yamal-902 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2034 - Yamal-801 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2034 - Yamal-802 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
2023-2024 - Smotr-1 - TBD - TBD
2028 - Smotr-2 - TBD - TBD
2028 - Smotr-3 - TBD - TBD
2035 - Smotr-4 - TBD - TBD
2035 - Smotr-5 - TBD - TBD
2036 - Smotr-6 - TBD - TBD
2023-2025 - Sfera - TBD - TBD (Multiple Launches 600+ sats/amount per launch TBD)
TBD - Ekspress-MD-4 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Ekspress-??, Ekspress-100 - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Eutelsat - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Energiya-100 - Soyuz-2-1b/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S
TBD - Intelsat - Angara-A5/DM-03 (14С48: Persey) – Vostochniy, 1A
TBD - Kosmos (Gonets-M1 №4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) - Soyuz-2-1A/Fregat-M - Plesetsk
TBD - Kosmos (Labirint №11) – Soyuz-2-1B – Plesetsk, 43/4
TBD - Kosmos (Smotr-R №1, 2) - Soyuz-2-1B/Fregat-M - Vostochniy, 1S
TBD - Kosmos (Smotr-IK №1, 2, 3, 4) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Obzor-O №2 - Soyuz-2-1V/Volga - Plesetsk
TBD - OKA-T (MKS) - Soyuz-2-1B - Vostochniy, 1S
TBD - NEM-2 (SPM-2) – Angara-A5M (x) – Vostochniy, 1A/1
TBD – Smotr-V №1 – TBD – TBD

Statistics:
Orbital launches from Russian cosmodromes - 3250 (Baikonur - 1497, Kapustin Yar - 101, Plesetsk - 1629, Svobodniy - 5, Submarines - 3, Dombarovskiy - 10, Vostochniy - 5)

Changes on September 07
Changes on September 23
Changes on September 25
Changes on September 26
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1663 on: 09/07/2019 10:26 pm »
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NET November - Kosmos (Gonets-M №24, 25, 26) [block-15], Blits-M - Rokot/Briz-KM – Plesetsk, 133/3

I thought Gonets-M satellites do not get a cosmos number. Military Strela-3M get a cosmos designation.  ???

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1664 on: 09/08/2019 12:14 am »
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NET November - Kosmos (Gonets-M №24, 25, 26) [block-15], Blits-M - Rokot/Briz-KM – Plesetsk, 133/3

I thought Gonets-M satellites do not get a cosmos number. Military Strela-3M get a cosmos designation.  ???
Correct. However several sites list either constellation triplet flying on this Rokot. As a result it didn't get updated correctly the last time. This entry predates my time when the schedule was maintained by Satori (Rui). I will update it later.

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1665 on: 09/08/2019 12:54 am »
Then the Eagle will fly in the Angara A5 from Vostochny?

They change this recently no?
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1666 on: 09/08/2019 01:53 am »
Then the Eagle will fly in the Angara A5 from Vostochny?

They change this recently no?
Yes. Change back to previous plan for flight tests became official on September 6th due to financial and sanction constraints on development caused by many factors some of which are geopolitical in nature. Soyuz-5 will become the primary after it completes its man rating and flight test programmes with Angara-A5M based Angara-A5P being the backup.

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1667 on: 09/08/2019 04:34 am »
Is Glonass-V a new name for Glonass-KM, or a different model?
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1668 on: 09/08/2019 04:54 am »
Is Glonass-V a new name for Glonass-KM, or a different model?
It is the name for new debut GEO plane version. IGSO version to come later. KM is delayed indefinitely for now but still planned. K1/K2 versions will replace M version completely before KM can fly. KM is on par with GPS-III FO and possibly on par with technologies planned/proposed for NTS-3/GPS-IV.

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1669 on: 09/08/2019 07:05 am »
https://www.glonass-iac.ru/content/news/?ELEMENT_ID=2286
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Equally significant are the efforts to increase the availability of GLONASS navigation services. In recent years, the use of navigation technologies in large metropolitan areas has been actively growing, where consumers are faced with restrictions on the reception of spacecraft radio signals located at elevation angles of less than 25 °. To preserve the ability of consumers to make navigation determinations even in such conditions, the design of the GLONASS high-orbit space complex (VCC) begins in 2019.

The GLONASS VCC will consist of 6 vehicles in three planes, forming 2 sub-satellite paths with an orbital inclination of 64.8 °, an eccentricity of 0.072, a rotation period of 23.9 hours, and a geographical longitude of the ascending angle of 60 °, 120 °. The Glonass-V spacecraft of the new space complex will be built on the basis of the existing Glonass-K platform, which has been successfully providing services to consumers since 2012. Services to consumers will be provided exclusively through the emission of new navigation radio signals with code division in all three GLONASS frequency ranges.

The launch of the first Glonass-V spacecraft is planned for 2023, and the full deployment of a group of 6 spacecraft by the end of 2025. As a result, navigation accuracy in the Eastern Hemisphere will be increased by 25%.

The Glonass-V mass will be less than 1 tonne, which makes it possible to launch 2 spacecraft into orbit simultaneously, using the new Russian heavy Angara-A5 launch vehicle and the infrastructure of the Plesetsk and Vostochny spaceports for launch.

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1670 on: 09/08/2019 09:09 am »
Launch time 14:00:14 UTC.
I see different launch times, which one is the right one?
14:00:14
or 14:00:11.887 ?
http://novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/forum/messages/forum12/topic15730/message1884420/#message1884420

10:00:14 is the liftoff time. 14:00:11.887 is the engine ignition time.
Small note.
NK-Forum 17:00:14 = 14:00:14 UTC

14:00:11.887 is wrong (see Satori's post)
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1671 on: 09/08/2019 11:53 am »
https://ria.ru/20190907/1558427639.html
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MOSCOW, Sep 7 - RIA News. The start of flight tests of the new Russian launch vehicle (LV) Soyuz-6 in Baikonur is scheduled for 2025. This is stated in the presentation of Roscosmos, prepared for the report of the head of the state corporation Dmitry Rogozin and the Minister of Digital Development, Innovation and Aerospace Industry of Kazakhstan Askar Zhumagaliev, which they voiced to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the first President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev during their inspection of the Kazakhstan Pavilion at VDNKh .
The report was dedicated to the implementation of the Baiterek Russian-Kazakh space missile system. On Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin proposed renaming the Baiterek space rocket complex in honor of former President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev.
According to the materials, the start of flight tests of the Soyuz-5 LV is planned for 2023, the necessary ground infrastructure should also be ready by 2023. It is expected that the Baiterek project will provide up to 10 missile launches per year, the cost of the launch service will be $ 50 million.
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Speaking to Putin and Nazarbayev, Kazakh Minister Zhumagaliyev said that within the framework of the Baiterek project, Kazakhstan is engaged in the reconstruction and modernization of the ground-based space infrastructure of Zenit-M CRC. According to him, next year design estimates and a draft design will be developed. Start of construction work is scheduled for 2021, commissioning and testing work in 2022. "And in 2023 we will be ready to launch two missiles," he said.
Zhumagaliyev noted that the implementation of the Baiterek project will increase the number of launches from Baikonur from 4 to 10. "And we can launch remote sensing and telecommunication satellites in a fast-growing market," he added.
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1672 on: 09/10/2019 05:35 am »
A "mini-schedule" for the next few Russian ISS operations launches; see reply posts up-thread and down-thread for references.
And, as always, I seek corrections or clarifications.

Payload                      Date (UTC)     Time (UTC)  Launch Vehicle       LC
Soyuz MS-15 (61S)      September 25  13:57            last Soyuz-FG           1/5   Success!
Progress MS-13 (74P)  December 6                          Soyuz-2-1a               31/6
Soyuz MS-16 (62S)      March 20, 2020                    Soyuz-2-1a               31/6
Progress MS-14 (75P)  April 16                                Soyuz-2-1a               31/6
Progress MS-15 (76P)  July 15                                 Soyuz-2-1a               31/6

EDIT 9/10: In 2020 or 2021, dependent upon the construction, shipment, and certification of processing hardware, Progress MS launches to the ISS will transition to Vostochniy.  See here.

EDIT 9/14, 9/26
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1674 on: 09/10/2019 02:02 pm »
https://tass.ru/kosmos/6867459
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“The first launch of the“ Smotr ”system is planned in late 2023 - early 2024,” the company noted.

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1675 on: 09/10/2019 06:57 pm »
Cross-posts re: launch of Eutelsat 5 West B and MEV-1:
https://twitter.com/jeff_foust/status/1171433750636285953

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Kirk Pysher, ILS: targeting end of September for Proton launch of Eutelsat/Northrop Grumman MEV mission.
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More specific; my bold:
Launch September 30:
https://twitter.com/northropgrumman/status/1171408036528820230
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MEV-1, scheduled to launch September 30, will provide five years of life extension to the @INTELSAT 901 satellite. Learn more about MEV: http://ms.spr.ly/6012TPE0C  #NorthropGrumman #WSBW
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EDIT 9/12 re: launch time of Eutelsat 5 West B and MEV-1:
Launch time on September 30 is 1026 UTC = 15:26 Baikonur time (UTC + 5:00)
From SFN Launch Schedule, updated September 12
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1677 on: 09/12/2019 12:00 pm »
http://gklaunch.ru/en/news/additional-grus-satellite-to-be-launched-on-soyuz-rocket/
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TOKYO, September 13, 2019 – Axelspace Corporation announces the total number of GRUS satellite to be launched after April 2020 to be 4 GRUS satellite, with the addition of 1 satellite (GRUS–1E), following the agreement with Russian Launch Service Provider, GK Launch Services. The Company has previously announced to launch 3 satellites (GRUS-1B, GRUS-1C and Fukui Prefectural Satellite).
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Launch details

Below are the details of the launch of GRUS-1B, 1C, 1E and of Fukui Prefectural Satellite as of now.
Launch vehicle           Soyuz-2
Launch site               Baikonur
Orbit                        Sun-synchronous orbit, 600km altitude
Launch operator         GK Launch Services
Launch period             From Q2 2020
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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1678 on: 09/13/2019 06:26 am »
https://www.lesechos.fr/industrie-services/air-defense/la-constellation-oneweb-prete-a-offrir-internet-partout-sur-la-planete-en-2021-1130978
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"We confirm here in Paris that the first batch of 34 satellites will start early December from Baikonur on the Soyuz rocket, and we confirmed to Arianespace the 21 launches planned, with a minimum launch rate of one rocket per month in 2020, to offer a complete service by the end of 2021 ", says Adrian Steckel. "Everyone understands that the deal is changing and that space will be used to provide the internet and many services."

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Re: Plan of Russian space launches (part 2)
« Reply #1679 on: 09/13/2019 06:48 am »
It's ironic that Russia gets the contract to do most of the launches, but won't allow them the licence to operate in Russia.

 

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