On August 6, 2019 at 23:23 UTC the " Falcon-9” rocket-carrier was launched Cape Canaveral launch site of US Air Force. The launch was performed by the "SpaceX” private company supported by the 45th Space Wing of US Air Force. The rocket orbited the Israeli “Amos-17” telecommunication satellite.
On August 6, 2019 at 19:30 UTC the “Ariane-5ECA” rocket-carrier was launched from Kourou Cosmodrome in French Guiana. The rocket orbited the “Intelsat-39” and the EDRS-C (European Data Relay Satellite C) telecommunication satellites.
On August 6, 2019 the US "Cygnus” CRS-11 (NG-11 “S.S. Roger Chaffee”) unmanned supply spacecraft was undocked from the International Space Station. After that, the spacecraft, was released by US astronaut Nick Hague aboard the station using the “Canadarm-2” orbiting complex's huge robotic arm at 16:15 UTC. It was the 11th successful flight of "Cygnus” to the ISS. After the undocking, the spacecraft will begin an extended four-month mission for additional technology demonstrations and smallsat deployments.
On August 5, 2019 at 21:56 UTC (August 6 at 00:56 Moscow time) the Russian "Proton-M” rocket-carrier was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The rocket equipped with the "Briz-M” booster orbited the “Blagovest” communications satellite. The “Blagovest” satellites provide high-speed internet, data communications, television and radio broadcasting, telephony and videoconferencing services.
Soyuz MS-13 launch covers. The covers were autographed by the “Soyuz MS-13” crew: Commander, Russian cosmonaut Aleksandr Skvortsov, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano and American astronaut Andrew Morgan.
On July 31, 2019 at 15:29 UTC the Russian “Progress MS-12” unmanned supply spacecraft docked to the International Space Station in about 3 and 19 minutes after blastoff from Baykonur Cosmodrome. The spacecraft was docked to the Russian “Pirs” (SO-1) module. The spacecraft delivered about 2500 kilograms of cargo for the ISS crew. The Progress spacecraft completed fastest-ever trip to the International Space Station.The previous fastest-ever trip to the ISS was performed by the Russian “Progress MS-11” unmanned supply spacecraft on 4 April 2019. The “Progress MS-12” beat the flight time of the previous Progress resupply mission by two minutes.
On July 31, 2019 at 12:10 UTC the “Progress MS-12” unmanned supply spacecraft was launched from Baykonur Cosmodrome to the International Space Station. The spacecraft was orbited by the “Soyuz-2.1a” rocket-carrier.
On July 30, 2019 at 05:56 UTC the “Soyuz-2.1a” rocket-carrier was launched from Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Arkhangelsk region, North Russia. The launch was performed by Russian Aerospace Defence Forces. The rocket equipped with the “Fregat” booster (upper stage) orbited Russian “Meridian-M” military communication satellite. The “Meridian” satellite will link Russian ground forces, aircraft, ships and command centers in the Arctic, Siberia and the North Sea, outside the reach of stable communications coverage through geostationary satellites over the equator.
On July 29, 2019 at 10:44 UTC the “Progress MS-11” unmanned supply spacecraft was undocked from the International Space Station. At the same day, the spacecraft was deorbited. Non-burnt fragments of the spacecraft drowned in the remote area of the Pacific at 14:32 UTC.