Soyuz-2

The latest avatar of the age old and extremely reliable Soyuz rockets, Soyuz-2 is a versatile beast used for all kinds of missions - Earth observation satellites, navigation and communication satellites, military launches. Soon it will also send crewed missions to the International Space Station, taking over the task from Soyuz-FG.

Manufacturer

PRSC

Ownership

Private

Country

Russia

Status

Active

Compare With

GSLV Mk III

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Long March 2F

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Any other rocket

Performance: Medium Lift

Payload to Orbit

Maximum Lift Capacity to various orbits. LEO stands for Low Earth Orbit and GTO stands for Geostationary Transfer Orbit.

LEO

8200 kg

GTO

3250 kg

Moon

kg

Mars

kg

Fairing Size

Payload fairing is the nose cone used to protect payload against the impact of heat & pressure during launch.

Fairing Height

11.4 m

Fairing Diameter

4.1 m

Costs

Launch Cost

US$ 80 million

Cost to LEO

US$ 9756/kg

Cost to GTO

US$ 24615/kg

Launch History

Notable Missions

Gaia, Galileo Navigation Satellites, GLONASS, Progress

Total Launches

100

Successful Launches

93

Launch Statistics
Payload Users' Guide
Official Website

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