These two new instruments, once placed in orbit, will bring the number of satellites in the galaxy from the ultimate goal of 30 to 28.
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The Soyuz VS26 launcher was launched from the Cayenne Space Center (CSG) on Saturday, December 4, with two satellites from the European navigation system Galileo. Once released, they bring the total number of elements in the galaxy to 28, giving the order of the series of one meter. The shooting window was used despite several days of pouring rain in Guyana. The shooting, originally scheduled for December 1, has been postponed twice due to weather conditions. “No telemetry station”.
Of the existing Galileo satellites, 14 were launched by Russian missiles between 2011 and 2016 and 12 by Ariane 5 between 2016 and 2018. Eventually, the galaxy will contain 30 satellites and cost about eight billion euros. ‘Europe. From 2024, the new generation of Galileo satellites will continue to be launched to compete with the US GPS system, especially for questions about strategic sovereignty.
This shot is loaded with code as 2021 marks the tenth anniversary of Soyuz’s presence in Guyana. Since its first launch in 2011, 26 missiles of this type have been launched from the town of Chinnamari, near Kauro, where the Soyuz launch site is located. The mission of the European Space Agency (ESA) on behalf of the European Commission is the final mission of the CSG for 2021. On December 22, the Ariane 5 rocket will launch the James Webb Telescope into space. It will provide scientists with information about the creation of the universe.
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