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Soyuz Galileo launch: injection anomaly

Published by Klaus Schmidt on Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:29 am via: ESA
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Following the announcement made by Arianespace on the anomalies of the orbit injection of the Galileo satellites, the teams of industries and agencies involved in the early operations of the satellites are investigating the potential implications on the mission.

Both satellites have been acquired and are safely controlled and operated from ESOC, ESA’s Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany.

30-satellite Galileo constellation.  Copyright ESA-P. Carril

30-satellite Galileo constellation. Copyright ESA-P. Carril

Further information on the status of the satellites will be made available after the preliminary analysis of the situation.

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