With the return-to-flight of its Proton rocket scheduled for next week, International Launch Services (ILS) is planning to launch seven missions between now and the end of August, including one for the Russian government. Reston, Va.-based ILS, which markets commercial launches of Proton for Moscow-based Khrunichev, will loft the Satmex 8 commercial communications satellite on March 26, the first Proton mission since a Dec. 8 mishap left the Gazprom Space Systems Yamal 402 Ku-band ...

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