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EchoStar XXI Team in Moscow

May 15, 2017 10:30 am (GMT)

Next Stop, Baikonur: The teams of ILS, KhSC, EchoStar and SSL conducted a successful pre-launch meeting in Moscow today at the Proton Hotel. Then it’s wheels up tomorrow for the charter to the launch site.

ILS and Khrunichev Statement on June 9 ILS Proton Launch of the Intelsat 31 Satellite

The ILS Proton Breeze M launch vehicle successfully delivered the Intelsat 31 spacecraft to its Super Synchronous Transfer Orbit on June 9. Both ILS and Khrunichev confirm that the flight path was within requirements with a precise satellite injection orbit of 3428 x 64,964 km, inclined 29.53 degrees and within 1.1 m/s of the target, well within Interface Control Document (ICD) requirements. Telemetry data is currently being processed.

Proton Launch Vehicle and Intelsat 31 Spacecraft Arrive at Baikonur Processing Center

The Proton launch vehicle and Intelsat 31 spacecraft both arrived safely via railcar at Building 92A-50 for processing in Hall 111 in preparation for the ILS Proton launch of Intelsat 31 later this month.

Khrunichev Space Center Celebrates 100 Years of Service

Khrunichev Press Center

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Khrunichev Center - 100 YEARS OF SERVICE

04/30/2016

Today, April 30, 2016 marks 100 years since the inception of Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Research and Production Space Center MV Khrunichev (Khrunichev), one of the core enterprises of the Russian space industry and  one of the world's leading developers and manufacturers of rocket and space technology.

ILS at 32nd National Space Symposium

The Space Symposium has brought together space leaders from around the world to discuss, address and plan for the future of space since the inaugural event in 1984. With 11,000 participants, The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program hosting representatives from global commercial, government, civil and military programs.

Khrunichev Space Center: Celebrating 20 Years of Commercial Launch with Proton

Twenty years ago, the Proton K Launch Vehicle became the first Russian rocket to enter the global commercial launch services market.

Proton K commercial operations began on April 9, 1996 with the successful launch of the Astra 1F telecommunications satellite built by Hughes for the European operator SES. Injection to the target orbit was performed by the DM Upper Stage manufactured by RSC Energia.

ILS AND KHRUNICHEV MARK THE 15-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF PROTON M/BREEZE M

The Ekran-M satellite was successfully separated from the rocket's Breeze M upper stage into geostationary orbit about 7 hours after lift off.

Khrunichev Space Center: Proton M Successfully Launches Russian Express-AM8 satellite

On 14 September at 10:00:00 pm Moscow Time, Proton-M ILV lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome to orbit Express-AM8, a Russian communications satellite. This year, it is Proton’s fifth launch, and the second to inject an Express-AM-series spacecraft in 2015.

The launch vehicle liftoff and flight proceeded nominally. At the appropriate time the orbital block (spacecraft + DM-03 upper stage) separated from LV Stage III and continued its autonomous mission. Subsequently, the spacecraft was injected to the target orbit using the upper stage main engine.

20 Years

A PARTNERSHIP SPANNING TWO HEMISPHERES AND TWO DECADES

Khrunichev and ILS: 20th Anniversary of the Commercialization of the Proton Vehicle

For more on the Khrunichev/ILS global space partnership, please click here

Dmitry Medvedev congratulated the Federal State Unitary Enterprise

"State Research and Production Space Center Khrunichev" on the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the enterprise

Dear friends!
 
Congratulations on the 20th anniversary of the formation of the center.
 
It was created on the basis of the leading enterprises of the rocket and space industry of Russia. This solution helped to strengthen the scientific and technical potential of the domestic defense industry, to increase its effectiveness in the new economy.
 

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