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
Mission Extension Vehicle-1 Attached to the Tilter
Mission Update: Great job by the crew attaching the Mission Extension Vehicle-1 (MEV-1) to the tilter.
A Look Back at the 23rd Summit for Satellite Financing in Paris
It was a busy and memorable experience for ILS at the 23rd Summit for Satellite Financing in Paris, France from September 9 to 13.
Beautiful Full Moon at Launch Pad 39 in Baikonur
The launch crew for the EUTELSAT 5 West B / Mission Extension Vehicle-1 mission had a spectacular view of the full moon at the Baikonur Cosmodrome Friday night / Saturday morning as the passed by Launch Pad 39 at the Cosmodrome.
ILS President Pysher is Part of Heavy Launchers Panel at Summit for Satellite Financing
Panel discussion at the 23rd Summit for Satellite Financing: Large launch systems adapting to a changing market landscape.
ILS in Paris for 23rd Summit for Satellite Financing
A busy first day for ILS meeting customers at the Summit for Satellite Financing (SSF) which is part of World Satellite Business Week in Paris from September 9-11, 2019. ILS is proud to be a sponsor at SSF.
ILS visits Production Studios of Interface Media Group to work on Launch Broadcast
ILS was at the production studios of Interface Media Group (IMG) in Washington D.C. to work on the launch broadcast for the EUTELSAT 5 West B / Mission Extension Vehicle-1 mission.
Khrunichev Space Center: Preparing for the fourth launch of Proton-M in 2019
SEPTEMBER 5, 2019: The following is a press release from Khrunichev Space Center — Planned preparations for the launch of the EUTELSAT 5 West B and Mission Extension Vechicle-1 spacecraft with the help of the Proton-M heavy carrier rocket are taking place at the Baikonur Cosmodrome. The satellite launch contract was signed by International Launch Services, Inc. (ILS) and global satellite communications operator Eutelsat SA.
Snapshots from the Baikonur Cosmodrome
The team has been busy since the arrival of the EUTELSAT 5 West B and Mission Extension Vehicle-1 spacecraft on August 28. Both spacecraft are currently undergoing standalone testing.