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Atlas V 421 • Morelos-3 (Mexsat-2)

Third Mexican communication satellite, MORELOS-3 was successfully launched with AtTLAS V rocket on 2nd October from Cape Canaveral. It was last from constellation of three satellites,  providing communication services for five national security agencies and internet access for public buildings in Mexico.
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Ariane 5 Thor 7 and Sicral-2/Syracuse-3C

Ariane 5 rocket started from Kourou, French Guiana on 26 April 2015. It included two communications satellites. They strted mission on Sunday to beam broadband services to aeroplanes, ships, offshore oil rigs (for Norwegian operator). It noticed signal for Italian and French armed forces. The most of the heavy lifting was done by Ariane 5's core…
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SpaceX CRS-6

SpaceX CRS-6 was a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station related with NASA, also called SpX-6. It was the sixth SpaceX operational mission contracted to NASA (Commercial Resupply Services) and the eight flight for SpaceX's Dragon cargo spacecraft without crew. It started on 17 April ,ended on 21 May 2015 in the International…
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PSLV • IRNSS-1D

Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System 1D is the satellite in the IRNSS constellation. Constellation includes seven satellites and IRNSS 1D is the fourth. It was launched after IRNSS-1A, IRNSS-1B, IRNSS-1C.  IRNSS-1D provides navigational services to the region and it is the only one from the group. Satellite was launched on 28 March 2015 onboard ISRO's…
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Expedition 43 Crew

Expedition 43 was the 43 expedition to the International Space Station. It started on 27 March and lasted 199 days. This mission  included demonstrations of technology, several spacewalks, hundreds of scientific experiments spanning multiple disciplines. Also it included human and plant biology. Expedition finished on 11 June 2015 with the departure of Soyuz TA-15M.    
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Galileo-FOC (FM03 and FM04)

Galileo FOC FM03 amd FM04 called Adam and Anastacia were launched into orbit on Friday 27th March.  They were carried by a Soyuz-STB rocket. Satellites provided fueling services and  launch site propulsion test for the two spacecraft.  
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