ISS-63 mission


ISS crew:

Commander -
Christopher Cassidy
Flight engineers:
Anatoly Ivanishin
Ivan Wagner


Планета Королёва



of the Sea Launch AG Company, RSC Energia, NPO Energomash, KB Yuzhnoye and PO YMZ on continuing the policy of the Sea Launch Complex operation

February 6, 2013
The Sea Launch is aimed at resumption of the launch services

Due to the failed launch of spacecraft (SC) Intelsat-27 under the Sea Launch Program on February 1, 2013, the participants and partners under the Project express their keen regrets for SC loss to the Intelsat company and are making every effort to investigate the incident, work out and implement practical measures required to enhance reliability of the Complex.

The incident in being investigated under tight control of the Governments of Russia and Ukraine. Several committees set up at different levels initiated their activities, among which were Russian - Ukrainian Committee, as well as the Committees set up in Roscosmos, Sea Launch AG, RSC Energia, NPO Energomash, KB Yuzhnoye, PO YMZ, as well as in other organizations involved in the Complex-related activities.

The committees activities are aimed at identifying the causes of the incident, their elimination and resumption of the launch services in the shortest time possible. The Sea Launch Complex building and operation are based upon cooperation of the enterprises and organizations located in different countries with the emphasis on using and developing high innovation technologies being applied in rocket-space complexes where launch services are performed. The Sea Launch is the reliable advanced complex which has been doing business in cooperation with the leading world satellite operators for more than 12 years. The Sea Launch Project participants and partners declare their commitment to the project aimed at resumption of the launch services as soon as possible and expect that all the customers concerned with these services will continue the scheduled activities under the Sea Launch Program and contribute to its further development.



October, 2020
The launch of LV Soyuz-2.1a with SC Soyuz MS-17 is planned
July 23, 2020
LV Soyuz-2.1a with SC Progress MS-15 is launched



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