ILS markets the Angara 1.2
ILS markets the Angara 1.2 launch service to global commercial and governmental marketplace for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and Sun-Synchronous (SSO) missions. Commercial satellite operators, as well as Space Agencies around the world can now utilize the new capabilities of the latest launch vehicle developed by Khrunichev.
High performance launch capability:
- Effective cost per kilo for launch
- Capability to launch to various orbits
- Restartable upper stage
- Ideal for highly inclined and polar orbit missions
- ILS Angara 1.2 Brochure
- Angara 1.2 Payload Fairing
- Angara 1.2 Service Module
- Angara 1.2 LEO Performance
Angara in the News
Via Satellite: Launch Exec Panel Reveals Some Still Hoping for GEO Satellite ‘Reset’
Launch providers speaking at World Satellite Business Week (WSBW) yesterday told audiences that the stagnant GEO satellite market is creating a number of challenges as they look to grow their businesses. However, the panel was split when it came to forecasting future GEO orders, with United Launch Alliance (ULA) President and CEO Tory Bruno and ILS President Kirk Pysher stating that they still believe the GEO market could “hit the reset button” and make a comeback.
SpaceNews: Amid GEO downturn, launch operators look for new markets
PARIS — With orders for geostationary orbit satellites declining, potentially permanently, commercial launch service providers are looking to government and other markets to make up for lost business.
The Proton Launcher Book
ILS was in Paris, France, for World Satellite Business week from September 10-14. It was a tremendous experience as ILS participated in meetings, panel receptions and hosted an incredible reception. One of the many highlights was meeting Christian Lardier, who along with Stefan Barensky, authored a book titled The Proton Launcher: History and Developments. From the authors:
ILS at World Satellite Business Week 2018
ILS is excited to be back in Paris again this year for World Satellite Business Week (WSBW) on September 10-13.
Employee Feature: Program Director Russ Prytula
Russ Prytula, ILS Program Director, has an extensive background in the satellite and launch industry dating back to 1980, but his career at ILS began in 2000.
Coffee & Conversation at ASF 2018
In between coffee breaks, conference keynotes and networking, Kevin Reyes, ILS Senior Director, Sales for the Asia/Pacific region, was a panelist on the launch vehicle session on May 22.
Now in its ninth year, ASF has grown into a global forum for addressing a wide range of satellite-related topics affecting the commercial satellite industry, military and governments.
Coffee and Conversation at Australasia Satellite Forum 2018
The Australasia Satellite Forum (ASF) 2018, which is taking place from May 22-23 in Sydney, Australia, is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier communications satellite industry event.
Khrunichev Space Center: Proton M Mission from Baikonur Cosmodrome Successfully Completed
The Proton M booster with the Breeze M upper stage that was launched on April 19, 2018, at 01:12 a.m. Moscow time from the Baikonur Cosmodrome has successfully delivered a Russian military payload into orbit.