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Photo: Roscosmos

New Russian navigation satellite now in orbit

October 11, 2022

Figure 1. GLONASS high inclined space complex. (Image: Institute of Navigation Technology JSC)

Directions 2022: A new epoch for GLONASS

January 18, 2022

Ground Control at the Titov Main Test Space Center established a stable telemetry connection with the new satellite shortly after launch. (Photo: Roscosmos)

Directions 2021: GLONASS on the verge of a new decade

December 14, 2020

Photo: Roscosmos

Russia adds to GLONASS constellation with latest launch

October 26, 2020

The Soyuz-2.1b launch vehicle with encapsulated Glonass-M satellite is transported to the launchpad. (Screenshot: Russian Ministry of Defense video)

GLONASS-M satellite launched into orbit

March 17, 2020

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Artist's rendering of a Glonass-K satellite. (Image: ISS-Reshetnev)

GLONASS company to build 27 more satellites

January 27, 2020

Yury Urlichich, First Deputy Director General, Roscosmos. (Photo: Roscosmos)

Directions 2019: High-orbit GLONASS and CDMA signal

December 12, 2018

FIGURE 3. Circular reflector array on a GLONASS-K1 satellite, surrounding navigation signal inner antenna elements. Photo from Reshetnev Information Satellite Systems.

Innovation: GLONASS — past, present and future

November 1, 2017