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Zenit - Korolyov's Legacy


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2018 Jan 20
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Resurs-F1 Missions

Cosmos 1127 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1979-080A       11520
1979 Sep 5, 10:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1979 Sep 05:  215 x 263 km,  81.4 deg,  89.4 min
1979 Sep 05:  214 x 272 km,  81.4 deg,  89.5 min
1979 Sep 06:  214 x 271 km,  81.4 deg,  89.4 min
1979 Sep 06:  259 x 270 km,  81.4 deg,  89.9 min
1979 Sep 12:  255 x 268 km,  81.4 deg,  89.8 min
1979 Sep 13:  263 x 274 km,  81.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1979 Sep 18, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1185 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1980-046A       11827
1980 Jun 6, 07:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1980 Jun 06:  213 x 281 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1980 Jun 07:  260 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1980 Jun 20, 03:36
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1203 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1980-066A       11915
1980 Jul 31, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1980 Jul 31:  212 x 268 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1980 Aug 01:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1980 Aug 07:  258 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1980 Aug 07:  261 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and said that information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1980 Aug 14, 05:31
Recovery beacon:
TK
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1209 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1980-072A       11950
1980 Sep 3, 10:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1980 Sep 03:  210 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1980 Sep 04:  260 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and said that information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1980 Sep 17, 06:43
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1280 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1981-063A       12577
1981 Jul 2, 07:10 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1981 Jul 02:  211 x 284 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1981 Jul 03:  258 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1981 Jul 09:  257 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1981 Jul 09:  259 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1981 Jul 15, 02:24
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1301 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1981-083A       12788
1981 Aug 27, 10:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1981 Aug 27:  212 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1981 Aug 28:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1981 Sep 02:  257 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1981 Sep 04:  268 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1981 Sep 08:  266 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1981 Sep 08:  265 x 276 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" .
Landed:
1981 Sep 10, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1369 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1982-048A       13213
1982 May 25, 09:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1982 May 25:  214 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1982 May 26:  258 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 May 30:  258 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 May 31:  261 x 283 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1982 Jun 04:  254 x 278 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 Jun 05:  258 x 285 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1982 Jun 8, 05:46
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1376 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1982-056A       13263
1982 Jun 8, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1982 Jun 08:  216 x 247 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1982 Jun 09:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 Jun 14:  258 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 Jun 14:  261 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1982 Jun 17:  261 x 287 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1982 Jun 18:  262 x 286 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and said that information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1982 Jun 22, 04:36
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1385 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1982-068A       13345
1982 Jul 6, 07:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1982 Jul 07:  308 x 388 km,  82.4 deg,  91.6 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".and said that information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1982 Jul 20, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1401 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1982-081A       13427
1982 Aug 20, 09:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1982 Aug 20:  214 x 264 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1982 Aug 21:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 Aug 29:  259 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1982 Aug 30:  261 x 286 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1982 Sep 3, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1440 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-009A       13793
1983 Feb 10, 07:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 Feb 10:  212 x 265 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1983 Feb 11:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Feb 20:  257 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Feb 21:  258 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1983 Feb 24, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1462 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-045A       14071
1983 May 17, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 May 17:  209 x 292 km,  82.4 deg,  89.6 min
1983 May 18:  210 x 290 km,  82.4 deg,  89.6 min
1983 May 19:  258 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 May 22:  258 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 May 23:  263 x 276 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1983 May 31, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1468 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-055A       14110
1983 Jun 7, 07:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 Jun 07:  215 x 255 km,  82.4 deg,  89.3 min
1983 Jun 08:  254 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Jun 13:  253 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Jun 14:  260 x 278 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1983 Jun 21, 04:34
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1483 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-074A       14204
1983 Jul 20, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 Jul 20:  215 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1983 Jul 21:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Jul 23:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Jul 24:  261 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1983 Aug 3, 04:48
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1487 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-080A       14245
1983 Aug 5, 09:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 Aug 05:  213 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1983 Aug 06:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Aug 13:  257 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1983 Aug 15:  262 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1983 Aug 19, 06:00
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1498 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1983-096A       14334
1983 Sep 14, 10:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1983 Sep 14:  210 x 278 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1983 Sep 15:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1983 Sep 28, 06:58
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1537 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-017A       14737
1984 Feb 16, 08:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Feb 16:  208 x 289 km,  82.4 deg,  89.6 min
1984 Feb 17:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Feb 23:  258 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Feb 24:  260 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1984 Mar 1, 04:48

Cosmos 1572 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-060A       15046
1984 Jun 15, 08:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jun 15:  215 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1984 Jun 17:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Jun 23:  258 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Jun 24:  261 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.- cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Jun 29, 04:48

Cosmos 1575 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-064A       15060
1984 Jun 22, 07:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jun 22:  216 x 268 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1984 Jun 23:  261 x 276 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1984 Jun 23:  258 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Jun 30:  257 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Jun 30:  260 x 282 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1984 Jul 03:  259 x 281 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1984 Jul 03:  260 x 281 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1984 Jul 7, 04:48

Cosmos 1582 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-074A       15121
1984 Jul 19, 08:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jul 20:  214 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
1984 Jul 21:  253 x 280 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Jul 22:  253 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1984 Aug 2, 04:48

Cosmos 1590 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-087A       15197
1984 Aug 16, 09:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Aug 16:  211 x 267 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1984 Aug 17:  262 x 271 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Aug 22:  262 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Aug 23:  262 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1984 Aug 30, 06:43

Cosmos 1591 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1984-092A       15232
1984 Aug 30, 10:10 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Aug 30:  210 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1984 Sep 01:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Sep 05:  259 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1984 Sep 06:  266 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1984 Sep 13, 06:43

Cosmos 1653 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-038A       15732
1985 May 22, 08:35 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 May 22:  210 x 294 km,  82.4 deg,  89.6 min
1985 May 23:  272 x 294 km,  82.4 deg,  90.3 min
1985 May 23:  259 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 May 26:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 May 27:  268 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation". Data from the mission was fed into the 'Kursk 85' project - a co-operative effort between Eastern bloc countries to measure crop yields from orbit. Observations from Salyut 7 were also used.
Landed:
1985 Jun 5, 04:48

Cosmos 1657 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-044A       15806
1985 Jun 7, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jun 07:  183 x 285 km,  82.3 deg,  89.3 min
1985 Jun 08:  258 x 275 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Jun 11:  257 x 274 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Jun 12:  265 x 276 km,  82.3 deg,  90.0 min
1985 Jun 21:  264 x 274 km,  82.3 deg,  90.0 min
1985 Jun 21:  292 x 506 km,  82.6 deg,  92.6 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation". Data from the mission was fed into the 'Kursk 85' project - a co-operative effort between Eastern bloc countries to measure crop yields from orbit. Observations from Salyut 7 were also used.
Landed:
1985 Jun 21, 04:48

Cosmos 1663 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-052A       15840
1985 Jun 21, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jun 21:  214 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Jun 22:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Jun 25:  258 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Jun 26:  261 x 279 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation". Data from the mission was fed into the 'Kursk 85' project - a co-operative effort between Eastern bloc countries to measure crop yields from orbit. Observations from Salyut 7 were also used.
Landed:
1985 Jul 5, 04:48

Cosmos 1672 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-067A       15940
1985 Aug 7, 09:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Aug 07:  187 x 262 km,  82.4 deg,  89.1 min
1985 Aug 11:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Aug 12:  264 x 276 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1985 Aug 21, 07:12

Cosmos 1678 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-077A       15997
1985 Aug 29, 10:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Aug 29:  182 x 284 km,  82.4 deg,  89.3 min
1985 Aug 30:  269 x 284 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1985 Aug 30:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Sep 01:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1985 Sep 03:  265 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1985 Sep 12, 07:12

Cosmos 1708 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1985-115A       16331
1985 Dec 13, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Dec 13:  183 x 285 km,  82.3 deg,  89.3 min
1985 Dec 14:  256 x 273 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1985 Dec 27, 04:48

Cosmos 1746 (Resurs-F1 17Ф41)       1986-040A       16737
1986 May 28, 07:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 May 28:  180 x 281 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1986 May 29:  260 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1986 Jun 11, 06:00
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1762 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1986-051A       16855
1986 Jul 10, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Jul 11:  259 x 274 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1986 Jul 10:  184 x 276 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1986 Jul 24, 07:12

Cosmos 1768 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1986-058A       16890
1986 Aug 2, 09:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Aug 07:  259 x 273 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1986 Aug 08:  267 x 275 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1986 Aug 16, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1789 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1986-084A       17054
1986 Oct 31, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Oct 31:  183 x 288 km,  82.6 deg,  89.3 min
1986 Nov 01:  322 x 343 km,  82.6 deg,  91.3 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1986 Nov 14, 04:48

Cosmos 1846 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1987-045A       18004
1987 May 21, 07:44 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 May 21:  182 x 284 km,  82.4 deg,  89.3 min
1987 May 21:  324 x 343 km,  82.4 deg,  91.3 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1987 Jun 4, 04:48
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)              
1987 Jun 18, 07:24 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. Launch vehicle exploded 8s after ignition while still on the pad.
Not Recovered

Cosmos 1882 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1987-077A       18348
1987 Sep 15, 10:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Sep 16:  184 x 225 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1987 Sep 17:  260 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1987 Oct 6, 07:12

Cosmos 1920 (Resurs-F1 14Ф40)       1988-010A       18860
1988 Feb 18, 09:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Feb 19:  180 x 240 km,  82.7 deg,  88.8 min
1988 Feb 21:  323 x 342 km,  82.6 deg,  91.3 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1988 Mar 9, 07:12

Cosmos 1951 (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1988-047A       19197
1988 May 31, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 May 31:  177 x 245 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1988 Jun 01:  260 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1988 Jun 14, 04:48

Cosmos 1957 (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1988-057A       19276
1988 Jul 7, 08:05 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Jul 07:  185 x 215 km,  82.6 deg,  88.6 min
1988 Jul 08:  260 x 275 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1988 Jul 21, 04:48
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)              
1988 Jul 27, 09:05 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. Launch vehicle exploded 20s after ignition.
Not Recovered

Cosmos 1968 (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1988-082A       19488
1988 Sep 9, 10:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Sep 09:  181 x 234 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1988 Sep 10:  260 x 276 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1988 Sep 13:  259 x 275 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1988 Sep 15:  264 x 277 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT.
Landed:
1988 Sep 23, 07:12

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1989-038A       20006
1989 May 25, 08:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 May 25:  177 x 236 km,  82.3 deg,  88.7 min
1989 May 26:  256 x 273 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jun 02:  253 x 270 km,  82.3 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Jun 02:  256 x 272 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jun 06:  254 x 271 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jun 09:  259 x 270 km,  82.3 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Released two passive 'Pion' sub-satellites for upper atmosphere measurement.
Landed:
1989 Jun 17, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1989-049A       20095
1989 Jun 27, 08:04 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jun 27:  182 x 234 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1989 Jun 28:  253 x 283 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
1989 Jul 06:  257 x 272 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jul 07:  262 x 276 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1989 Jul 11, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1989-055A       20134
1989 Jul 18, 09:44 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jul 19:  261 x 275 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
1989 Jul 26:  257 x 272 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jul 26:  261 x 276 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
1989 Jul 31:  259 x 274 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Aug 01:  259 x 276 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Released two passive 'Pion' sub-satellites for upper atmosphere measurement.
Landed:
1989 Aug 8, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1989-073A       20222
1989 Sep 6, 10:49 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Sep 06:  179 x 233 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1989 Sep 07:  263 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1989 Sep 18:  258 x 268 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Sep 19:  262 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Also carried microgravity experiments for the West German company Interspace.
Landed:
1989 Sep 22, 07:12
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1990-047A       20632
1990 May 29, 07:19 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 May 29:  180 x 234 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1990 May 30:  260 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1990 Jun 08:  257 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1990 Jun 09:  259 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Also carried microgravity experiments for a West German company under a commercial agreement.
Landed:
1990 Jun 14, 03:36

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1990-073A       20754
1990 Aug 16, 09:54 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Aug 16:  179 x 254 km,  82.4 deg,  88.9 min
1990 Aug 17:  260 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1990 Aug 24:  255 x 270 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1990 Aug 25:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1990 Sep 1, 07:12

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1990-082A       20794
1990 Sep 7, 10:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Sep 07:  181 x 240 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1990 Sep 08:  262 x 275 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
1990 Sep 14:  259 x 272 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1990 Sep 15:  261 x 275 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Also carried micr-gravity experiments for a West German company.
Landed:
1990 Sep 21, 07:12
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1991-044A       21524
1991 Jun 28, 08:09 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1991 Jun 28:  180 x 242 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1991 Jun 29:  259 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1991 Jul 11:  253 x 268 km,  82.4 deg,  89.8 min
1991 Jul 12:  260 x 272 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1991 Jul 21, 02:24

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1991-052A       21611
1991 Jul 23, 09:05 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1991 Jul 23:  183 x 232 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1991 Jul 24:  258 x 273 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1991 Jul 30:  255 x 266 km,  82.4 deg,  89.8 min
1991 Jul 31:  258 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre.
Landed:
1991 Aug 8, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1992-033A       21998
1992 Jun 23, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1992 Jun 23:  181 x 229 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1992 Jun 24:  227 x 233 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1992 Jun 28:  225 x 231 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1992 Jun 28:  230 x 231 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1992 Jul 03:  227 x 228 km,  82.4 deg,  89.1 min
1992 Jul 05:  228 x 233 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation".
Landed:
1992 Jul 9, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1992-056A       22093
1992 Aug 19, 10:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1992 Aug 20:  222 x 239 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1992 Aug 23:  220 x 237 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1992 Aug 25:  224 x 236 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation" and that incoming information was being passed to the 'Priroda' state scientific research centre. Released two passive 'Pion' sub-satellites for upper atmosphere measurement.
Landed:
1992 Sep 4, 07:12

Resurs-500 (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1992-075A       22217
1992 Nov 15, 21:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1992 Nov 16:  182 x 243 km,  82.6 deg,  88.9 min
1992 Nov 17:  180 x 239 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1992 Nov 17:  222 x 361 km,  82.6 deg,  90.4 min
1992 Nov 20:  222 x 360 km,  82.6 deg,  90.4 min
1992 Nov 20:  189 x 306 km,  82.6 deg,  89.5 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT. Descent module landed in the Pacific Ocean off Washington State, USA. It was carrying greetings to the American people, and promotional items from companies spopnsoring the mission. It was dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America by Columbus. The recoverable cabin was taken ashore for display at the Seattle World Fair and can now be seen in the Seattle Museum of Flight (minus the cameras).
Landed:
1992 Nov 22, 18:43

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1993-040A       22696
1993 Jun 25, 08:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1993 Jun 25:  169 x 252 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1993 Jun 26:  224 x 243 km,  82.6 deg,  89.3 min
1993 Jul 06:  222 x 233 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1993 Jul 07:  223 x 237 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT.
Landed:
1993 Jul 12, 04:48

Resurs-F (Resurs-F1 14Ф43)       1993-053A       22777
1993 Aug 24, 10:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1993 Aug 24:  179 x 240 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1993 Aug 25:  224 x 234 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1993 Aug 27:  224 x 233 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1993 Aug 28:  224 x 237 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
1993 Sep 05:  220 x 233 km,  82.6 deg,  89.1 min
1993 Sep 06:  229 x 234 km,  82.6 deg,  89.2 min
Earth Resources imaging satellite, closely based on the Zenit-4MKT.
Landed:
1993 Sep 10, 07:12
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