TURNKEY SPACE SYSTEM SOLUTIONS

Glavkosmos offers to potential customers integrated turnkey solutions based on satellite platforms for various purposes. Integrated solutions include satellite production, launch services, ground infrastructure, data acquisition and processing from spacecraft, training, financing and insurance if required

SATELLITE PLATFORMS

AIST-2D

AIST-2D is intended for scientific experiments, as well as for testing and certification of the target equipment for remote sensing of the Earth (RS) providing equipment and their software for further use in advanced developments of JSC “SRC “Progress” (Russia).
 

Resolution

1.5 m Pan
4.5 m MS

Spectral channels / resolution

4 / 40-80

Orbit

SSO (490 , 97.28°)

Swath width

41.3 km

Kondor-E

Kondor-E is a radar satellite for Earth observation. It is produced by the JCS “Military and industrial corporation JSC “MIC “Mashinostroyenia”. The first Kondor-E launch was conducted on June 27, 2013. The satellite provides the Earth imaging with the resolution up to 1 meter.

Mode

SpotLight 10x10
StripMap 10...15
ScanSar 20...100

Inclination

98°

Operation orbit altitude

~500

 

Express-1000

Express-1000 is a modern satellite platform produced by the Russian company JSC “Academician M.F. Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems”. This platform allows creating the telecommunication satellites (up to 2,200 kg) on its base for television broadcasting, Internet, telephony.

Express 1000-K

Mass

< 1400 kg

Payload mass

500 kg

Power of payload

3,6 kW

Active lifetime

15

Express 1000-H

Mass

< 1700 kg

Payload mass

660 kg

Power of payload

6,3 kW

Active lifetime

15

 

Express-2000

Express-2000 is a modern satellite platform produced by the Russian company JSC “Academician M.F. Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems”. This platform allows creating the telecommunication satellites (up to 2,200 kg) on its base for television broadcasting, Internet, telephony.

Mass

< 2200

Payload mass

1100

Power of payload

13

Active lifetime

15

 

Interesting facts

Glavkosmos took an active part in launches of the Indian satellites. In 1988, the Indian satellite IRS-1A was launched from Baikonur, soon followed by the IRS-2B and IRS-1C satellites.

Interesting facts

In 1991, Glavkosmos signed a contract for the development and delivery of a batch of cryogenic oxygen-hydrogen blocks for the third stage of the Indian GSLV rocket. Later, Glavkosmos also designed and supplied equipment for upgrading the cryogenic test facilities in Mahendragiri (ISRO test facility, India).

Interesting facts

The first truly commercial spaceflight of the Japanese journalist Toyohiro Akiyama was performed under the contract between Glavkosmos and Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS in December of 1990).

Interesting facts

In 1987, Glavkosmos started coordinating international human spaceflight projects under contracts with Interkosmos: the first Syrian cosmonaut Muhammed Faris flew to the Mir space station.

Interesting facts

In 2015 Glavkosmos contributed to the implementation of the contract between KazCosmos and Roscosmos - the first cosmonaut of the independent Kazakhstan Aidyn Aimbetov flew to the International space station (ISS).

Interesting facts

In 2019, Glavkosmos participated in preparation of the mission of Hazzaa Al Mansoori, the first astronaut from UAE, who flew to the International space station (ISS) and safely returned to Earth.

Interesting facts

On July 15, 1975 Soyuz-19 spaceship was lifted aboard Soyuz-U launch vehicle. It was the first international space flight with the docking of Apollo, a US spaceship. The famous Soyuz-Apollo docking was a historical event and a symbol of rapprochement between the two superpowers in the period of detente during the long-lasting Cold War.

Interesting facts

On April 4, 2019, Glavkosmos JSC, under a contract with Arianespace, launched four communication satellites of O3b Networks, a subsidiary of Luxembourg-based satellite communications operator SES. The name O3b stands for "Other 3 billions", which refers to the world's population, where broadband Internet is not available right now. Thanks to the O3b satellites, the Internet will come to them.

Interesting facts

Soyuz-2.1a became the first rocket launched from the new Russian space center Vostochny. The historical launch was conducted on April 28, 2016.