In the Russian rocket-space Corporation “Energy” claim that they were able to establish contact with previously “lost” in orbit telecommunication satellite AngoSat-1 that December 26 was launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome launch vehicle Zenit. This was reported by the press service of Roscosmos.

“From the satellite received telemetry information, which shows that all parameters of on-Board systems of the machine in norm,” write the experts.

No other information in the “Energy” is not reported.

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28 November 2017 there was an unsuccessful launch from the Vostochny cosmodrome in Russia: the satellite meteor-M has not been in contact because the upper stage crashed and burned in the atmosphere. On the same launch vehicle were installed 18 satellites of smaller size, belonging to the scientific, research and commercial companies from Russia, Norway, Sweden, USA, Japan, Canada and Germany.

The first launch from “Vostochny” was held in April 2016: then launch took place at first because initially, the automation failed.

About a month later, 26 December, from Baikonur, the Russians launched a rocket Zenit-2ЅБ with Angolan satellite, AngoSat, which made contact once, then lost.

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