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Launched on the East Soyuz-2.1 missile, it brought all the satellites into target orbits

Both Canopus-V Earth remote sensing satellites, as well as all nine foreign small satellites that made up the Soyuz-2.1 carrier rocket, were put into target orbits, Roskosmos reported. The antennas and solar panels of the satellites opened up in normal mode.

As reported, the launch vehicle "Soyuz-5.07a" with the spacecraft "Kanopus-B" № 2.1 and №3 and nine foreign small satellites was launched at 4 Moscow space center in Vostochny in the Amur region. Launch, became the third in the history of the cosmodrome.

The third launch from the Vostochny cosmodrome was originally planned for 22 December 2017, but was postponed after a failure at the second launch, when the meteorological satellite "Meteor-M" and 18 small devices were lost.

The "Canopus-V" devices are designed for remote sensing of the Earth and monitoring of various emergencies.
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