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On September 30, 2010 the Space Forces conducted a successful launch of a Molniya-M rocket from the Plesetsk launch site. The launcher delivered into orbit a new early-warning satellite that will work as part of the first-generation US-KS early-warning system (also known as Oko).
It looks like the United States is serious about keeping open the option of extending the START Treaty - answering a question at a press-briefing, the State Department spokesman said that the United States and Russia would meet in November...
On July 21, 2006 Russia successfully launched a Molniya-M rocket from the launch pad No. 2 of the launch complex No. 16 of the Plesetsk launch site. The launch was performed at 08:20 MSK (04:20 UTC). The satellite that was...
Russia successfully launched the Cosmos-2422 satellite today. Everything seems to suggest that it is indeed a new US-KS/Oko early-warning satellite, which would confirm the earlier reports. However, until NORAD published orbital data it would be difficult to say whether Cosmos-2422...
The Missile Defense Agency is considering placing a missile defense radar (most likely of the FBX-T type) in the Caucasus. They wouldn't specify where, but my guess is that it's Georgia (Azerbaijan is another possibility). According to the plan, three...

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