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FIP Section for Astrophilately.
From September 5 till September 9, 2011 the 26th Planetary Congress of Association of Space Explorers was held in Moscow. More than 100 cosmonauts and astronauts from all over the world took part in the Congress. The event was devoted to the 50th Anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s space flight.
We would like to inform all Astrophilately and space thematic collectors that 2 Astrophilately collectors also took part in the Congress – Julius Cacka (Czech Republic), the member of the Bureau of the FIP Section for Astrophilately and Walter Hopferwieser (Austria), a well-known researcher of Space Mail.

On September 8, 2011 in Moscow Igor Rodin, Chairman of the FIP Section for Astrophilately and Julius Cacka had a meeting (see the photo). A number of ... Read more »
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Russia launched a Glonass satellite.
On October 02, 2011 at 20:15 UTC (on October 3 at 00:15 Moscow time) the Russian "Soyuz-2.1B” rocket-carrier was launched from Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. The rocket equipped with the "Fregat” booster orbited the Russian "Glonass-M” navigation satellite.
Glonass is Russia's answer to the U.S. Global Positioning System, or GPS, and is designed for both military and civilian uses. Both systems allow users to determine their positions to within a few meters.
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Russian rocket orbited a Mexican satellite.
On September 29, 2011 at 18:31 UTC the Russian "Proton-M” rocket-carrier was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The rocket equipped with the "Briz-M” booster orbited the "QuetzSat-1” Mexican telecommunications satellite.
The "QuetzSat-1” begins a 15-year life of direct-to-home television broadcasting for Mexico, the U.S. and Central America. Built in California by Space Systems/Loral for Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES, the craft's 32 Ku-band transponders will beam entertainment programming to small roof-top dishes from its vantage point in geostationary orbital over the equator at 77 degrees West longitude.
SES will lease the QuetzSat 1's communications relay capacity to EchoStar Corp. for the Dish Mexico and the DISH Network subscription television services.
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