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CZ-3A Navsat Launch China's Chang Zheng 3A launched another Beidou navigation satellite from Xichang Satellite Launch Center on July 09, 2018. The three-stage rocket boosted Beidou 2 I7 into a highly inclined geosynchronous transfer orbit.The satellite will likely lift itself into a geosychronous orbit inclined 55.5 deg to the equator. China has been steadily building its first navigation satellite constellation during the last few years.ANNUAL SPACE REPORTS 2017 Launch Log 2016 Launch Log 2015 Launch Log 2014 Launch Log 2013 Launch Log 2012 Launch Log 2011 Launch Log 2010 Launch Log 2009 Launch Log 2008 Launch Log 2007 Launch Log 2006 Launch Log 2005 Launch Log 2004 Launch Log 2003 Launch Log 2002 Launch Log 2001 Launch Log 2000 Launch Log 1999 Launch Log 1998 Launch Log Questions/Comments to [email protected] LAUNCH REPORT by Ed Kyle 06/04/18, UTC, Falcon 9 with SES 12 from CC 40 to GTO 06/05/18, UTC, CZ-3A with Fengyun 2H from XC 2 to GTO06/06/18, UTC, Soyuz FG with Soyuz MS-09 from TB 1/5 to LEO/ISS06/12/18, UTC, H-2A with IGS Radar 6 from TA Y1 to LEO/S06/16/18, UTC, Soyuz 2-1b/Fregat with Glonass M 47 from PL 43/4 to MEO06/27/18, UTC, CZ-2C with XJS-A/B from XC 3 to LEO06/29/18, UTC, Falcon 9 with CRS-15 from CC 40 to LEO/ISS07/09/18, UTC, CZ-2C/SMA with PRSS 1 from JQ 43/94 to LEO/S 07/09/18, UTC, CZ-3A with Beidou 2 I7 from XC 2 to GTO/i07/09/18, UTC, Soyuz 2.1a with Progress MS-09 from TB 31/6 to LEO/ISS Progress MS-09 Russia's Soyuz 2.1a boosted the Progress MS-09 robot cargo hauler on a fast-track ascent to International Space Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome on July 9, 2018. The 8 minute 45 second ascent to orbit began a rapid chase of ISS that only required 2.5 orbits and 3 hour 40 minutes before docking.Progress MS-09 carried 2,567 kg of cargo, including 1,565 kg of dry cargo, 530 kg of propellant, 52 kg oxygen and air, and 420 kg of water.
Soyuz Orbits Navsat Russia's Soyuz 2-1B/Fregat launched GLONASS-M (Uragan-M) No.47, a navigation satellite, from Plesetsk Cosmodrome Site 43/4 on June 16, 2018. The satellite was named Kosmos 2527 after reaching orbit.
It was the sixth R-7 launch of 2018, and the ninth Russian orbital launch of the year.
H-2A Orbits Radarsat An H-2A boosted Japan's Information Gathering Satellite (IGS) Radar 6 to a roughly 500 km sun synchronous orbit on June 12, 2018.
The stage was not equipped with landing legs or steering grid fins.
It was the 14th flight of a previously-flown Falcon 9 first stage, eight of which were purposefully expended during their second flights.
CZ-2C Launch China's Chang Zheng 2C orbited a previously unannounced payload from Xi Chang Satellite Launch Center on June 27, 2018.