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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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    Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”

    14, December, 2007, 16 hours 17 minutes MTS from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan launch-vehicle “Soyuz-FG” with Fregat kick-stage launched Canadian spacecraft “Radarsat-2”.

    S/C “Radarsat-2” is a commercial Earth remote sensing satellite. Tasks of S/C “Radarsat-2” include ice monitoring, shore studies, mapping.

    Injection of S/C “Radarsat-2” to sun-synchronous orbit, altitude 800 km, was performed under the contract between Federal Space Agency and its affiliate Space Rocket Centre “TsSKB-Progress”, between NPO-Lavochkin and TsENKI and Russian-French JSC “Starsem” in 2006. The purpose of this launch is to change S/C“Radarsat-1” launched in 1995 and now ending its orbital operation.

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