Russia is mulling to place nearly 40 satellites in orbit from over a dozen different countries using the Soyuz-2 carrier rocket in March, an area industry source told Sputnik. In November, it had been revealed that a Soyuz-2.1a carrier rocket with Fregat booster was getting to explode with South Korea n CAS500-1 spacecraft from the Bikanour space platform in March this year.
However, it's now been revealed that other payloads also are planned to be delivered within the orbit as a neighborhood of the larger mission, ANI reported citing a source.Soyuz 2.1a may be a three-stage launch vehicle for putting payloads into low Earth orbit. Compared to the previous versions of the Soyuz, the first-stage boosters and two core stages are uprated engines with improved injection system.
Meanwhile, speaking about the huge satellite launches, a source told Sputnik that it might include satellites from Russia, South Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia |Asian country|Asian nation" Saudi Arabia , UAE, Israel, Thailand, Canada, Brazil, Germany, Netherlands , Italy, Argentina, Hungary, Tunisia, the uk , Spain and Slovakia.
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