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The Proton Medium is designed to haul 5 metric tons to geostationary transfer orbit; the Proton Light is designed to haul 3.5 metric tons — performance comparable to a recoverable SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Credit: ILS graphic
The Angara 1.2 launch vehicle being lifted during pad verticalization at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in 2014. Credit: International Launch Services
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An ILS Proton rocket lifts off from Baikonur Cosmodrome carrying the Intelsat 31 satellite. Credit: video grab
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Europasat/Hellas-sat 3. Credit: Thales Alenia Space
Eutelsat 9B, with a combined television and data-relay mission, in the Airbus cleanroom in Toulouse, France. CREDIT: Airbus
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An ILS Proton rocket launches the Turksat-4B satellite. Credit: Roscosmos/Ivan Timoshenko
Mexico's Centenario satellite undergoes pre-launch preparations for its ill-fated launch aboard an ILS Proton.
Kirk Pysher. Credit: ILS

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