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Upcoming Missions This Year

Nov 29 Gonets-M
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Vehicle Rokot
Location Plesetsk Cosmodrome Site 133
Time 3:00 AM MSK / 2019-11-29 00:00:00Z

The Russian Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos is working to launch a Rokot booster from the Plesetsk Cosmodrone's Site 133 with three Gonets-M satellites. The rocket will use a Breeze-KM upper stage. Rokot is a derivative of the UR-100N intercontinental ballistic missile.

NETNov Shijian 20
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Vehicle Long March 5
Location Wenchang Space Center LA-1
Time TBD

A Chinese Long March 5 rocket will launch the Shijian 20 communications satellite which will replace the Shijian 18 satellite lost in a launch failure in 2017.

Dec 1 Progress 74P / MS-13
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Vehicle Soyuz-2
Location Baikonur Cosmodrome LC-31
Time 6:29 PM ALMT / 2019-12-01 12:29:00Z

The Russian Federal Space Agency will use one of its venerable Soyuz (2.1a) rockets to launch a Progress cargo freighter to the International Space Station. This launch is the third, and final, Progress mission scheduled under the 2019 launch manifest.

Dec 19 OneWeb-2
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Vehicle Soyuz-2
Location Baikonur Cosmodrome LC-31
Time 6:00 AM ALMT / 2019-12-19 00:00:00Z

A Russian Federal Space Agency Soyuz-2.1b (which uses a Fregat upper stage) rocket has been selected to launch the OneWeb-2 satellite from the Baikonur Cosmodrone in Kazakhstan. Like SpaceX, OneWeb is also working to field a constellation of satellites meant to provide broadband internet services.

Dec 24 Elektro-L 3
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Vehicle Proton-M
Location Baikonur Cosmodrome LC-81
Time 6:00 AM ALMT / 2019-12-24 00:00:00Z

The Russian Federal Space Agency plans to launch the Elektro-L 3 geostationary weather satellite atop a Proton-M (which utilizes a Block DM upper stage) rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrone's LC-81.

Missions No Earlier Than 2020

NET2020 Chang’e 5
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Vehicle Long March 5
Location Wenchang Space Center LA-1
Time TBD

Chang'e 5 is a Chinese robotic mission to collect at least 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of lunar soil and rock samples from Earth's moon and return them to Earth. This would be the first lunar sample return mission attempted by any nation since 1976.