Glavkosmos promotes Russian launch vehicles for dedicated missions
MOSCOW, August 3. – Glavkosmos JSC (part of the Roscosmos) offers its customers the opportunity to carry out civil dedicated missions using Russian launch vehicles (LVs) of all classes. In the new section of the company’s website, our customers can learn the characteristics and capabilities for the launch of dedicated payloads.
The website graphically shows the capabilities of Russian launch vehicles, from the Angara-1.2 light class LV and the Soyuz-2 medium class LV to the Proton-M and Angara-A5 heavy class LVs. With the help of these launch vehicles, the customer will be able to bring the payloads of the needed masses to the required orbits. Moreover, the information on the website allows customers to understand the timeframe needed for their payloads to go into space. This facilitates mission planning and simplifies financial and investment activity for the customer.
The Glavkosmos website provides a form of feedback for customers interested in receiving more detailed information on launch opportunities, deadlines and conditions for the implementation of the dedicated mission. The company's managers will be able to provide expert advice to the customer; they will also follow the process of dedicated launches from signing the contract to launching spacecraft into space.
Earlier, as part of the promotion of launch services with the use of the Russian launch vehicles, Glavkosmos presented on its website a launch manifest and a technical description for those willing to send their small spacecraft into space as a rideshare payload during the Russian federal space missions.
Glavkosmos, JSC is a subsidiary of the State Space Corporation Roscosmos. The main task of the company is to promote the achievements of the Russian rocket and space industry to world markets and to manage complex international projects. During its more than thirty-five year history, the company has successfully fulfilled over 140 international contracts, including the launch of more than 170 spacecraft as a secondary payload.
Since May 2021, Glavkosmos has been the official operator of Roscosmos trademarks.
ROSCOSMOS is a State Corporation established in August 2015 to carry out a comprehensive reform of the Russian rocket and space industry. ROSCOSMOS ensures the implementation of the state policy in space activities and its normative and legal regulations, as well as places orders for the design, production and supply of space equipment and space infrastructure. ROSCOSMOS is also vested with authority to develop international cooperation in space and establish the appropriate environment for applying achievements in space domain for the social and economic development in Russia.