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PLESETSK, Arkhangelsk Region, June 8 (Itar-Tass) - Four GLONASS navigation satellites are to be launched in July and December this year, the commander of Russia’s space forces, Major-General Alexander Golovko, said on Friday.
“A troika of GLONASS satellites will be launched from Baikonur in July. A Proton rocket will put them in space. Another GLONASS satellite may be put in space from Plesetsk in December, if need be,” Golovko told the media after a successful launch of a military satellite from Plesetsk on Friday.