Last Update: July 25, 2002


July 3
06:47:41Z
    
     

Delta 2-7425
WATCH THE LAUNCH
Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Cape Canaveral (U.S.)
Delta 2-7425-9.5/Star 30
Boeing Launch Services
DELAYED FROM JULY 1st
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Launch mass:
Contour
Multiple Comet Flyby Probe
NASA (U.S.), Cornell University (U.S.)
John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1,005 kg

July 5
23:22Z
    
   

 


Ariane 5G
WATCH THE LAUNCH
Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Kourou (French Guiana)
Ariane 5G (V153 "Ville de Charleroi")
Arianespace
DELAYED FROM LATE JUNE
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Platform:
Launch mass:
Stellat 5
Communications
Stellat (France)
Alcatel Space
Spacebus 3000B3
4,100 kg
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Platform:
Launch mass:
N-Star c (N-Star 6)
Mobile Communications
NTT DoCoMo (Japan)
Lockheed Martin Commercial Space
Star 2
1,620 kg

July 8
06:36Z
    
   

Kosmos 3M
Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Plesetsk (Russia)
Kosmos 3M
AKO Polyot
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Platform:
Launch mass:
Kosmos 2390
Military Communications
VKS (Russia)
NPO Prikladnoy Mekhaniki (NPO-PM)
17F13 (Strela 3)
225 kg
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Platform:
Launch mass:
Kosmos 2391
Military Communications
VKS (Russia)
NPO Prikladnoy Mekhaniki (NPO-PM)
17F13 (Strela 3)
225 kg

July 12 00:58:31       
     


Volna

Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Ryazan Submarine (Sea of Barents, Russia)
Volna
GRTsKB Makeyev
SUBORBITAL
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Launch mass:
IRDT-2 (or 3?)
Reentry Technology
Rosaviakosmos (Russia)
NPO Lavochkin
146 kg

July 17 00:58:31Z     
     


Minuteman 3

Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Vandenberg (U.S.)
Minuteman 3 (GT-177GM)
U.S. Air Force
SUBORBITAL - DELAYED FROM SEP.12, 14, 2001
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
[Dummy Warheads]
Missile Test Flight
U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
Sandia National Laboratory

July 25 15:13Z     
   

Proton K/DM-5
Site:
Vehicle:
Launch provider:
Baykonur (Kazakhstan)
Proton K/DM-5
GKNPTs Khrunichev
Payload:
Mission:
Operator:
Prime:
Platform:
Launch mass:
Kosmos 2392? (Arkon 2)
Military Observation
VKS (Russia)
NPO Lavochkin
11F664 (Araks N)
2,600 kg? (6,000 kg?)


     

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