Russia’s Proton Orbits Inmarsat Ka-band Satellite

Credit: Inmarsat
Russia’s Proton M/Briz M returned to flight Aug. 28, placing the Inmarsat-5 F3 (I-5 F3) satellite into a super-synchronous transfer orbit (SSTO) for London-based fleet operator Inmarsat following a 15-hr. mission. The launch, managed by Proton commercial service provider International Launch...

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