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Russian Space Agency: Successful launch of all British OneWeb satellites

Russian Space Agency: Successful launch of all British OneWeb satellites


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The Russian state space agency, Roscosmos, announced today, Wednesday, the successful launch of all 34 satellites of the British company, OneWeb, into orbit.

Moscow – Sputnik. “All 34 satellites have successfully separated from the accelerator module,” Roscosmos press office told Sputnik.

The website of the Russian space agency “Ross Cosmos” had reported earlier that the satellites had separated from the Russian accelerator unit “Frigat”, which is part of the rocket and is dedicated to delivering space devices to the orbits assigned to them.

It is noteworthy that the Russian “Soyuz – 2.1b” missile had been launched earlier, carrying satellites of the British company “One Web” for communications and the Internet.

And last June, the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out a successful launch of the carrier rocket “Soyuz 2.1B” from the Plesetsk cosmodrome.

The statement of the Information and Communications Department of the Russian Ministry of Defense stated: “The space units of the Russian Aerospace Forces launched a Soyuz 2.1b transport missile carrying a new-generation satellite of the Russian Defense Ministry, on Friday, June 25. At 22.50 Moscow time.

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The statement noted that the launch took place from a “launch platform at the fourth location of the 43rd space base of the Russian Ministry of Defense (Plesetsk) in the Arkhangelsk region.”