GLONASS-M satellite put into designated orbit
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Another GLONASS-M satellite was launched June 17 from Plesetsk Cosmodrome. A Fregat booster carried satellite GLONASS-M 59 to its designated orbit, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement, as reported by Russian News Agency TASS. "The Soyuz 2.1-b carrier rocket, launched at 00:46 Moscow time from the Plesetsk space center (Arkhangelsk Region), put the Russian GLONASS-M navigational satellite into the designated orbit at the scheduled time," the statement read.
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