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Zenit - Korolyov's Legacy


Scarborough, UK
2014 Oct 2
Thursday, Day 275

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Zenit-8 Missions

Cosmos 1571 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-058A       15036
1984 Jun 11, 08:40 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jun 11:  210 x 376 km,  70.1 deg,  90.4 min
1984 Jun 12:  350 x 414 km,  70.1 deg,  92.3 min
1984 Jun 25:  349 x 414 km,  70.1 deg,  92.3 min
1984 Jun 26:  349 x 414 km,  70.1 deg,  92.3 min
First launch of final variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Jun 26, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1580 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-070A       15090
1984 Jun 29, 15:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jun 30:  243 x 347 km,  62.9 deg,  90.5 min
1984 Jun 30:  228 x 272 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Jul 13, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1583 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-075A       15123
1984 Jul 24, 12:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Aug 06:  358 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Aug 8, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1584 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-076A       15131
1984 Jul 27, 08:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Jul 27:  181 x 241 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1984 Jul 28:  181 x 365 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. . The launch announcement mentioned "...investigation of natural resources .... in the interests of the economy and international cooperation". Perigee was unusually low and there were no significant orbit adjustments, suggesting a problem with the manoeuvring engine.
Landed:
1984 Aug 10, 04:48

Cosmos 1587 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-082A       15163
1984 Aug 6, 14:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Aug 06:  197 x 368 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1984 Aug 17:  195 x 353 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1984 Aug 18:  357 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. The satellite spent the first thirteen days of its mission dormant and was then activated for a normal 12-day mission (see also Cosmos 1613. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Aug 31, 02:24
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1592 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-094A       15257
1984 Sep 4, 10:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Sep 04:  197 x 356 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1984 Sep 05:  226 x 290 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1984 Sep 13:  224 x 286 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1984 Sep 14:  226 x 336 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Sep 18, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1600 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-103A       15324
1984 Sep 27, 08:10 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Sep 27:  208 x 382 km,  70.0 deg,  90.5 min
1984 Sep 28:  349 x 416 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
1984 Oct 05:  350 x 416 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
1984 Oct 10:  350 x 416 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
1984 Oct 11:  350 x 417 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Oct 11, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1609 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-117A       15395
1984 Nov 14, 12:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Nov 14:  196 x 347 km,  72.9 deg,  90.0 min
1984 Nov 15:  356 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Nov 28, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1613 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1984-121A       15414
1984 Nov 29, 14:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1984 Nov 29:  198 x 356 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1984 Dec 09:  195 x 343 km,  72.9 deg,  90.0 min
1984 Dec 11:  356 x 417 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. The satellite spent the first thirteen days of its mission dormant and was then activated for a normal 12-day mission (see also Cosmos 1587). Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1984 Dec 24, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1623 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-005A       15479
1985 Jan 16, 08:20 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jan 16:  207 x 382 km,  70.0 deg,  90.5 min
1985 Jan 17:  350 x 416 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
1985 Jan 19:  350 x 415 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
1985 Jan 21:  350 x 415 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Jan 30, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1628 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-012A       15514
1985 Feb 6, 11:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Feb 06:  195 x 381 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 Feb 07:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Feb 20, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1632 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-019A       15589
1985 Mar 1, 10:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Mar 01:  195 x 236 km,  72.9 deg,  88.9 min
1985 Mar 01:  210 x 299 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1985 Mar 03:  210 x 267 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Mar 12:  209 x 261 km,  72.9 deg,  89.3 min
1985 Mar 13:  207 x 252 km,  72.9 deg,  89.2 min
1985 Mar 14:  206 x 252 km,  72.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Mar 15, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1644 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-027A       15636
1985 Apr 3, 08:40 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Apr 03:  208 x 376 km,  70.4 deg,  90.4 min
1985 Apr 04:  361 x 416 km,  70.4 deg,  92.4 min
1985 Apr 04:  350 x 415 km,  70.4 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Apr 17, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1648 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-032A       15659
1985 Apr 25, 09:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Apr 25:  183 x 237 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1985 Apr 26:  191 x 325 km,  82.4 deg,  89.8 min
1985 Apr 26:  229 x 327 km,  82.4 deg,  90.2 min
1985 May 04:  228 x 326 km,  82.4 deg,  90.2 min
1985 May 05:  222 x 263 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
1985 May 06:  222 x 262 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 May 6, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1649 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-036A       15694
1985 May 15, 12:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 May 16:  196 x 370 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 May 16:  356 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 May 29, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1659 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-046A       15818
1985 Jun 13, 12:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jun 13:  200 x 353 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1985 Jun 14:  200 x 365 km,  73.0 deg,  90.2 min
1985 Jun 14:  358 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Jun 27, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1664 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-054A       15860
1985 Jun 26, 12:35 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jun 26:  196 x 379 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 Jun 27:  225 x 379 km,  72.9 deg,  90.6 min
1985 Jun 28:  225 x 379 km,  72.9 deg,  90.6 min
1985 Jun 30:  212 x 269 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Jul 5, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1665 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-057A       15877
1985 Jul 3, 12:10 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jul 03:  199 x 286 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Jul 04:  225 x 290 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1985 Jul 06:  225 x 289 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1985 Jul 07:  229 x 302 km,  72.9 deg,  89.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Jul 17, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1668 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-060A       15906
1985 Jul 15, 06:30 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jul 15:  208 x 269 km,  70.5 deg,  89.3 min
1985 Jul 15:  209 x 274 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Jul 16:  231 x 282 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Jul 29, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1671 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-065A       15931
1985 Aug 2, 11:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Aug 02:  198 x 284 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Aug 03:  205 x 364 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 Aug 03:  231 x 366 km,  72.9 deg,  90.6 min
1985 Aug 04:  228 x 259 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Aug 09:  229 x 307 km,  72.9 deg,  89.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Aug 16, 06:43
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1683 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-083A       16056
1985 Sep 19, 10:10 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Sep 19:  197 x 373 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 Sep 20:  357 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Oct 4, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1685 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-085A       16088
1985 Sep 26, 11:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Sep 26:  198 x 353 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1985 Sep 28:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Oct 10, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1696 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-095A       16169
1985 Oct 16, 09:25 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Oct 16:  208 x 273 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1985 Oct 17:  230 x 282 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Oct 30, 06:43
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1702 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-106A       16247
1985 Nov 13, 12:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Nov 13:  196 x 373 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1985 Nov 14:  357 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Nov 27, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1705 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1985-111A       16296
1985 Dec 3, 12:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Dec 03:  197 x 362 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1985 Dec 04:  357 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1985 Dec 17, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1715 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-001A       16447
1986 Jan 8, 11:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Jan 08:  195 x 291 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1986 Jan 09:  227 x 284 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Jan 13:  227 x 283 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Jan 13:  231 x 349 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1986 Jan 15:  230 x 349 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1986 Jan 15:  229 x 267 km,  72.9 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Jan 22, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
232.000 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1728 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-009A       16512
1986 Jan 28, 08:35 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Jan 28:  207 x 281 km,  70.0 deg,  89.5 min
1986 Jan 29:  226 x 273 km,  70.0 deg,  89.6 min
1986 Jan 31:  226 x 273 km,  70.0 deg,  89.6 min
1986 Jan 31:  226 x 365 km,  70.0 deg,  90.5 min
1986 Feb 02:  226 x 365 km,  70.0 deg,  90.5 min
1986 Feb 02:  225 x 265 km,  70.0 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Feb 11, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
232.000 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1730 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-012A       16540
1986 Feb 4, 11:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Feb 04:  195 x 306 km,  72.9 deg,  89.6 min
1986 Feb 05:  227 x 284 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Feb 08:  227 x 283 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Feb 08:  229 x 351 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1986 Feb 11:  228 x 307 km,  72.9 deg,  89.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Feb 13, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)              
1986 Mar 26, 00:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Launcher exploded 95s after ignition.
Not Recovered

Cosmos 1740 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-029A       16679
1986 Apr 15, 11:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Apr 15:  196 x 365 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1986 Apr 16:  355 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
1986 Apr 16:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Apr 28, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
232.000 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1742 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-033A       16717
1986 May 14, 12:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 May 14:  198 x 362 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1986 May 15:  353 x 419 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 May 28, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1747 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-041A       16745
1986 May 29, 09:20 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 May 29:  208 x 397 km,  70.4 deg,  90.6 min
1986 May 30:  208 x 396 km,  70.4 deg,  90.6 min
1986 Jun 03:  211 x 256 km,  70.4 deg,  89.2 min
1986 Jun 05:  211 x 255 km,  70.4 deg,  89.2 min
1986 Jun 08:  223 x 299 km,  70.4 deg,  89.8 min
1986 Jun 10:  223 x 298 km,  70.4 deg,  89.8 min
1986 Jun 11:  218 x 247 km,  70.4 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Jun 12, 06:43
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1757 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik (aka Resurs-T?))       1986-045A       16772
1986 Jun 11, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Jun 11:  180 x 225 km,  82.4 deg,  88.6 min
1986 Jun 12:  159 x 392 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1986 Jun 17:  159 x 387 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1986 Jun 17:  174 x 399 km,  82.4 deg,  90.3 min
1986 Jun 17:  169 x 389 km,  82.4 deg,  90.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. 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 25, 04:48

Cosmos 1760 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-048A       16800
1986 Jun 19, 10:30 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Jun 19:  209 x 398 km,  70.0 deg,  90.7 min
1986 Jun 20:  349 x 416 km,  70.1 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Jul 3, 08:10
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1765 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-054A       16874
1986 Jul 24, 12:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1985 Jul 24:  197 x 369 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1985 Jul 26:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Aug 7, 07:12
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1772 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-063A       16918
1986 Aug 21, 11:05 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Aug 21:  199 x 344 km,  72.9 deg,  90.0 min
1986 Aug 22:  355 x 415 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
1986 Aug 22:  358 x 414 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1986 Aug 23:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Sep 3, 06:29
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1775 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-066A       16926
1986 Sep 3, 08:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Sep 03:  208 x 380 km,  70.4 deg,  90.5 min
1986 Sep 04:  348 x 415 km,  70.4 deg,  92.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Sep 17, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1781 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-072A       16966
1986 Sep 17, 08:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Sep 17:  207 x 384 km,  70.4 deg,  90.5 min
1986 Sep 18:  349 x 414 km,  70.4 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Oct 1, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1787 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-081A       17044
1986 Oct 22, 09:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Oct 22:  208 x 266 km,  70.0 deg,  89.3 min
1986 Oct 22:  210 x 277 km,  70.0 deg,  89.4 min
1986 Oct 23:  231 x 281 km,  70.0 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Oct 29:  229 x 280 km,  70.0 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Oct 30:  229 x 337 km,  70.0 deg,  90.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Nov 4, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1790 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-085A       17056
1986 Nov 4, 11:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Nov 04:  196 x 289 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1986 Nov 05:  228 x 282 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Nov 13:  227 x 280 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1986 Nov 14:  227 x 314 km,  72.9 deg,  90.0 min
1986 Nov 14:  227 x 313 km,  72.9 deg,  90.0 min
1986 Nov 16:  225 x 274 km,  72.9 deg,  89.6 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Nov 18, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1804 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1986-095A       17179
1986 Dec 4, 10:10 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1986 Dec 04:  201 x 424 km,  70.0 deg,  90.8 min
1986 Dec 04:  351 x 412 km,  70.0 deg,  92.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1986 Dec 18, 07:41
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1813 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-004A       17297
1987 Jan 15, 11:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Jan 15:  197 x 362 km,  72.9 deg,  90.2 min
1987 Jan 16:  357 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1987 Jan 22:  357 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1987 Jan 23:  358 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1987 Jan 28:  358 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1987 Feb 06:  359 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
1987 Apr 19:  358 x 413 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
1987 May 01:  357 x 414 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
1989 Mar 13:  130 x 141 km,  72.8 deg,  87.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Re-entry cabin disintegrated 1987 Jan 29 approx 06:00 as a result of detonation of the self destruct sytem. The instrument unit continued to transmit until 1987 Jan 31. Following the explosion, the designation 1987-004A/17297 was applied to a large fragment, possibly a separated rocket motor.
Re-entry Unsuccesful
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1819 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-014A       17484
1987 Feb 7, 10:31 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Feb 09:  210 x 255 km,  72.9 deg,  89.2 min
1987 Feb 10:  228 x 350 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1987 Feb 13:  228 x 303 km,  72.9 deg,  89.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Feb 18, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1822 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-019A       17533
1987 Feb 19, 10:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Feb 20:  229 x 288 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Mar 5, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1826 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-025A       17577
1987 Mar 11, 10:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Mar 11:  195 x 377 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1987 Mar 12:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Mar 25, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1837 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-035A       17880
1987 Apr 22, 09:10 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Apr 22:  182 x 233 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1987 Apr 23:  227 x 248 km,  82.4 deg,  89.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Apr 28, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1843 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-039A       17940
1987 May 5, 09:15 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 May 05:  206 x 288 km,  70.4 deg,  89.5 min
1987 May 06:  348 x 416 km,  70.4 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 May 19, 06:29
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1845 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-042A       17975
1987 May 13, 06:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 May 13:  208 x 376 km,  70.4 deg,  90.4 min
1987 May 15:  348 x 416 km,  70.4 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 May 27, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1848 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-047A       18017
1987 May 28, 12:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 May 28:  203 x 366 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1987 May 29:  357 x 414 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Jun 11, 07:26
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1863 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-056A       18155
1987 Jul 4, 12:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Jul 04:  197 x 357 km,  72.9 deg,  90.1 min
1987 Jul 05:  357 x 417 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Jul 18, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1872 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-069A       18314
1987 Aug 19, 07:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Aug 19:  197 x 306 km,  72.9 deg,  89.6 min
1987 Aug 19:  247 x 386 km,  72.9 deg,  90.9 min
1987 Aug 22:  247 x 385 km,  72.9 deg,  90.9 min
1987 Aug 23:  225 x 252 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Aug 30, 02:24
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1874 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-072A       18326
1987 Sep 3, 10:25 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Sep 03:  196 x 308 km,  72.9 deg,  89.6 min
1987 Sep 04:  226 x 289 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Sep 17, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1889 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-085A       18394
1987 Oct 9, 08:29 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Oct 09:  207 x 374 km,  70.0 deg,  90.4 min
1987 Oct 10:  348 x 416 km,  70.0 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Oct 23, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1895 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-092A       18491
1987 Nov 11, 09:05 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Nov 11:  208 x 379 km,  70.4 deg,  90.5 min
1987 Nov 12:  228 x 379 km,  70.4 deg,  90.7 min
1987 Nov 13:  228 x 288 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
1987 Nov 15:  227 x 287 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
1987 Nov 20:  226 x 285 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
1987 Nov 22:  226 x 284 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
1987 Nov 22:  230 x 353 km,  70.4 deg,  90.4 min
1987 Nov 23:  230 x 353 km,  70.4 deg,  90.4 min
1987 Nov 24:  218 x 249 km,  70.4 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Nov 26, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1899 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-099A       18625
1987 Dec 7, 08:50 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Dec 07:  207 x 273 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1987 Dec 08:  230 x 282 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1987 Dec 21, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1905 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-107A       18711
1987 Dec 25, 08:45 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Dec 25:  208 x 273 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1987 Dec 26:  230 x 281 km,  70.4 deg,  89.7 min
1988 Jan 07:  228 x 277 km,  70.4 deg,  89.6 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Jan 8, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1907 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1987-110A       18720
1987 Dec 29, 11:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1987 Dec 29:  196 x 372 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1987 Dec 30:  356 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Jan 12, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1915 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-004A       18809
1988 Jan 26, 11:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Feb 03:  228 x 387 km,  72.9 deg,  90.8 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Feb 9, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1921 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-011A       18875
1988 Feb 19, 08:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Feb 21:  347 x 415 km,  70.1 deg,  92.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Mar 4, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1923 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-015A       18931
1988 Mar 10, 10:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Mar 13:  227 x 349 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1988 Mar 17:  227 x 348 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1988 Mar 20:  222 x 264 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Mar 22, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1938 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-030A       19041
1988 Apr 11, 11:15 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Apr 11:  197 x 290 km,  72.9 deg,  89.5 min
1988 Apr 11:  197 x 290 km,  72.9 deg,  89.4 min
1988 Apr 12:  225 x 290 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1988 Apr 14:  224 x 289 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
1988 Apr 15:  225 x 360 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1988 Apr 20:  224 x 358 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1988 Apr 21:  221 x 269 km,  72.9 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Apr 25, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1941 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-035A       19079
1988 Apr 27, 09:10 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Apr 27:  208 x 269 km,  70.4 deg,  89.3 min
1988 Apr 28:  226 x 257 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1988 Apr 30:  225 x 255 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
1988 May 01:  225 x 338 km,  70.4 deg,  90.2 min
1988 May 05:  225 x 336 km,  70.4 deg,  90.2 min
1988 May 08:  219 x 261 km,  70.4 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 May 11, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1945 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-042A       19131
1988 May 19, 09:15 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 May 20:  233 x 322 km,  70.4 deg,  90.1 min
1988 May 24:  232 x 321 km,  70.4 deg,  90.1 min
1988 May 27:  215 x 256 km,  70.4 deg,  89.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 May 31, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1952 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-049A       19206
1988 Jun 11, 10:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Jun 12:  231 x 287 km,  70.0 deg,  89.8 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Jun 25, 07:26
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1956 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-055A       19263
1988 Jun 23, 07:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Jun 24:  333 x 369 km,  82.4 deg,  91.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Jul 7, 04:48

Cosmos 1962 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-068A       19372
1988 Aug 8, 09:25 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Aug 09:  232 x 286 km,  70.1 deg,  89.8 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Aug 22, 06:58
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1964 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-072A       19412
1988 Aug 23, 09:20 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Aug 23:  210 x 274 km,  70.1 deg,  89.4 min
1988 Aug 24:  231 x 286 km,  70.1 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Sep 7, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1967 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-079A       19462
1988 Sep 6, 07:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Sep 06:  195 x 383 km,  72.9 deg,  90.4 min
1988 Sep 07:  197 x 378 km,  72.9 deg,  90.3 min
1988 Sep 08:  228 x 279 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Sep 15, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 1973 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-088A       19521
1988 Sep 22, 10:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Sep 23:  358 x 416 km,  72.9 deg,  92.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Oct 10, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1976 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-094A       19582
1988 Oct 13, 11:19 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Oct 15:  360 x 411 km,  72.9 deg,  92.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Oct 27, 05:46
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1978 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-097A       19612
1988 Oct 27, 11:31 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Oct 31:  229 x 282 km,  72.9 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Nov 10, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1981 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-103A       19651
1988 Nov 24, 14:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Nov 27:  226 x 271 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Dec 8, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1982 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-105A       19662
1988 Nov 30, 09:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Dec 01:  348 x 415 km,  70.0 deg,  92.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Dec 14, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1983 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1988-107A       19672
1988 Dec 8, 14:50 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1988 Dec 09:  245 x 258 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1988 Dec 15:  199 x 250 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
1988 Dec 18:  215 x 255 km,  62.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1988 Dec 22, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 1991 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-003A       19758
1989 Jan 18, 08:20 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jan 19:  348 x 415 km,  70.0 deg,  92.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Feb 1, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2000 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-010A       19792
1989 Feb 10, 16:55 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Feb 11:  179 x 247 km,  82.4 deg,  88.9 min
1989 Feb 11:  343 x 397 km,  82.4 deg,  92.0 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Mar 2, 12:00
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2003 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-015A       19818
1989 Feb 17, 14:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Feb 17:  247 x 257 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 Feb 22:  230 x 264 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
1989 Feb 23:  231 x 292 km,  62.9 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Feb 27:  230 x 289 km,  62.9 deg,  89.7 min
1989 Feb 27:  210 x 248 km,  62.9 deg,  89.1 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Mar 3, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2006 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-022A       19893
1989 Mar 16, 14:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Mar 16:  242 x 382 km,  62.9 deg,  90.8 min
1989 Mar 18:  328 x 414 km,  62.9 deg,  92.0 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Mar 31, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2017 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-029A       19923
1989 Apr 6, 14:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Apr 06:  245 x 270 km,  62.9 deg,  89.7 min
1989 Apr 07:  231 x 300 km,  62.9 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Apr 13:  228 x 294 km,  62.9 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Apr 14:  200 x 250 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Apr 19, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2019 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-034A       19972
1989 May 5, 13:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 May 05:  243 x 259 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 May 06:  187 x 356 km,  62.9 deg,  90.0 min
1989 May 12:  186 x 348 km,  62.9 deg,  89.9 min
1989 May 12:  185 x 320 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 May 14:  153 x 294 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
1989 May 17:  150 x 283 km,  62.9 deg,  88.9 min
1989 May 17:  151 x 284 km,  62.9 deg,  88.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 May 18, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2025 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-040A       20035
1989 Jun 1, 12:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jun 01:  251 x 258 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 Jun 02:  181 x 356 km,  62.9 deg,  89.9 min
1989 Jun 08:  180 x 347 km,  62.9 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Jun 11:  154 x 288 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
1989 Jun 13:  151 x 303 km,  62.9 deg,  89.1 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Jun 15, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2028 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-047A       20073
1989 Jun 16, 09:30 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jun 18:  207 x 286 km,  70.0 deg,  89.5 min
1989 Jun 22:  204 x 275 km,  70.0 deg,  89.4 min
1989 Jun 23:  229 x 288 km,  70.0 deg,  89.7 min
1989 Jun 30:  227 x 282 km,  70.0 deg,  89.7 min
1989 Jul 02:  208 x 247 km,  70.0 deg,  89.1 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Jul 6, 04:48

Cosmos 2029 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-051A       20105
1989 Jul 5, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jul 05:  180 x 242 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1989 Jul 06:  338 x 363 km,  82.4 deg,  91.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Jul 19, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 2032 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-057A       20145
1989 Jul 20, 08:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Jul 20:  180 x 247 km,  82.4 deg,  88.9 min
1989 Jul 23:  233 x 364 km,  82.4 deg,  90.6 min
1989 Jul 29:  232 x 361 km,  82.4 deg,  90.6 min
1989 Jul 30:  234 x 245 km,  82.4 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Aug 3, 06:00
Recovery beacon:
TF
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 2035 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-060A       20151
1989 Aug 2, 11:29 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Aug 02:  180 x 241 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1989 Aug 03:  231 x 357 km,  82.6 deg,  90.5 min
1989 Aug 11:  230 x 352 km,  82.6 deg,  90.4 min
1989 Aug 12:  230 x 243 km,  82.6 deg,  89.3 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Aug 16, 09:36
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 2036 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-065A       20188
1989 Aug 22, 12:59 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Aug 23:  246 x 261 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 Aug 23:  231 x 299 km,  62.9 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Aug 31:  229 x 293 km,  62.9 deg,  89.8 min
1989 Sep 01:  206 x 245 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Sep 5, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2045 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-076A       20244
1989 Sep 22, 08:00 UTC
Baikonur Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Sep 22:  208 x 298 km,  70.0 deg,  89.6 min
1989 Sep 23:  236 x 391 km,  70.0 deg,  90.9 min
1989 Sep 26:  235 x 389 km,  70.0 deg,  90.8 min
1989 Sep 27:  206 x 257 km,  70.0 deg,  89.2 min
1989 Sep 30:  204 x 252 km,  70.0 deg,  89.1 min
1989 Oct 01:  230 x 267 km,  70.0 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Oct 2, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
39.980 MHz, FSK
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2048 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1989-083A       20292
1989 Oct 17, 13:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1989 Oct 17:  244 x 259 km,  62.9 deg,  89.6 min
1989 Oct 18:  239 x 359 km,  62.9 deg,  90.5 min
1989 Oct 21:  238 x 358 km,  62.9 deg,  90.5 min
1989 Oct 22:  202 x 256 km,  62.9 deg,  89.1 min
1989 Oct 24:  201 x 252 km,  62.9 deg,  89.1 min
1989 Oct 24:  203 x 262 km,  62.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1989 Oct 26, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2055 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-003A       20426
1990 Jan 17, 14:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Jan 17:  250 x 263 km,  62.9 deg,  89.7 min
1990 Jan 19:  249 x 321 km,  62.9 deg,  90.2 min
1990 Jan 23:  249 x 318 km,  62.9 deg,  90.2 min
1990 Jan 24:  205 x 257 km,  62.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Jan 29, 07:12
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2062 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-024A       20529
1990 Mar 22, 07:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Mar 22:  183 x 222 km,  82.4 deg,  88.6 min
1990 Mar 23:  212 x 248 km,  82.4 deg,  89.2 min
1990 Mar 25:  209 x 245 km,  82.4 deg,  89.1 min
1990 Mar 26:  241 x 376 km,  82.4 deg,  90.8 min
1990 Apr 01:  241 x 372 km,  82.4 deg,  90.7 min
1990 Apr 01:  232 x 288 km,  82.4 deg,  89.8 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Apr 5, 02:24
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK

Cosmos 2073 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-035A       20573
1990 Apr 17, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Apr 18:  233 x 299 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Apr 28, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2083 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-053A       20657
1990 Jun 19, 08:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Jun 19:  182 x 231 km,  82.6 deg,  88.7 min
1990 Jun 20:  299 x 413 km,  82.6 deg,  91.8 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Jul 3, 04:48

Cosmos 2086 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-062A       20702
1990 Jul 20, 08:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Jul 20:  184 x 352 km,  82.4 deg,  90.0 min
1990 Jul 21:  238 x 349 km,  82.4 deg,  90.5 min
1990 Jul 28:  238 x 346 km,  82.4 deg,  90.4 min
1990 Jul 29:  236 x 269 km,  82.4 deg,  89.7 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Aug 3, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2099 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-080A       20779
1990 Aug 31, 08:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Aug 31:  180 x 230 km,  82.4 deg,  88.7 min
1990 Sep 01:  239 x 347 km,  82.4 deg,  90.5 min
1990 Sep 08:  238 x 344 km,  82.4 deg,  90.4 min
1990 Sep 08:  227 x 274 km,  82.4 deg,  89.6 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Sep 14, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2104 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-098A       20936
1990 Nov 16, 16:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Nov 17:  241 x 366 km,  62.9 deg,  90.6 min
1990 Nov 21:  241 x 363 km,  62.9 deg,  90.6 min
1990 Nov 21:  232 x 283 km,  62.9 deg,  89.7 min
1990 Nov 25:  231 x 280 km,  62.9 deg,  89.7 min
1990 Nov 26:  231 x 265 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
1990 Nov 28:  204 x 254 km,  62.9 deg,  89.1 min
1990 Dec 02:  201 x 248 km,  62.9 deg,  89.0 min
1990 Dec 02:  204 x 257 km,  62.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1990 Dec 4, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2120 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1990-115A       21035
1990 Dec 26, 10:55 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1990 Dec 26:  179 x 226 km,  82.6 deg,  88.7 min
1990 Dec 28:  237 x 347 km,  82.6 deg,  90.5 min
1991 Jan 13:  236 x 291 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1991 Jan 13:  229 x 251 km,  82.6 deg,  89.4 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1991 Jan 17, 04:48
HF Transmit:
19.990 MHz, FSK
VHF Transmit:
231.500 MHz, FM

Cosmos 2121 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1991-004A       21059
1991 Jan 17, 10:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1991 Jan 17:  169 x 249 km,  82.6 deg,  88.8 min
1991 Jan 18:  236 x 307 km,  82.6 deg,  90.0 min
1991 Jan 28:  230 x 292 km,  82.6 deg,  89.8 min
1991 Jan 29:  235 x 315 km,  82.6 deg,  90.1 min
1991 Feb 04:  233 x 312 km,  82.6 deg,  90.1 min
1991 Feb 04:  232 x 277 km,  82.6 deg,  89.7 min
1991 Feb 10:  231 x 272 km,  82.6 deg,  89.6 min
1991 Feb 11:  227 x 267 km,  82.6 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1991 Feb 10, 04:48

Cosmos 2136 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1991-016A       21143
1991 Mar 6, 15:30 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1991 Mar 06:  253 x 316 km,  62.9 deg,  90.2 min
1991 Mar 09:  249 x 294 km,  62.9 deg,  90.0 min
1991 Mar 13:  239 x 260 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
1991 Mar 13:  239 x 260 km,  62.9 deg,  89.5 min
1991 Mar 14:  207 x 255 km,  62.9 deg,  89.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1991 Mar 20, 07:12

Cosmos 2152 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1991-048A       21558
1991 Jul 9, 09:40 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1991 Jul 09:  178 x 238 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1991 Jul 10:  237 x 351 km,  82.4 deg,  90.5 min
1991 Jul 14:  236 x 348 km,  82.4 deg,  90.5 min
1991 Jul 15:  236 x 297 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1991 Jul 16:  235 x 296 km,  82.4 deg,  89.9 min
1991 Jul 18:  235 x 347 km,  82.4 deg,  90.4 min
1991 Jul 19:  235 x 346 km,  82.4 deg,  90.4 min
1991 Jul 20:  234 x 257 km,  82.4 deg,  89.5 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1991 Jul 23, 04:48

Cosmos 2207 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik)       1992-048A       22062
1992 Jul 30, 11:00 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1992 Jul 30:  183 x 235 km,  82.4 deg,  88.8 min
1992 Jul 31:  233 x 317 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1992 Aug 09:  232 x 313 km,  82.4 deg,  90.1 min
1992 Aug 10:  237 x 356 km,  82.4 deg,  90.6 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1992 Aug 13, 07:12

Cosmos 2260 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik (aka Resurs-T))       1993-047A       22721
1993 Jul 22, 08:45 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1993 Jul 22:  182 x 228 km,  82.3 deg,  88.7 min
1993 Jul 23:  241 x 298 km,  82.3 deg,  90.0 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. The mission objective was described as photographing the Earth's surface in order to monitor soils on behalf of various Russian and international economic interests. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1993 Aug 5, 04:48

Cosmos 2281 (Zenit-8 17Ф116, Oblik (aka Resurs-T?))       1994-032A       23119
1994 Jun 7, 07:20 UTC
Plesetsk Cosmodrome
Soyuz-U
1994 Jun 08:  226 x 293 km,  82.6 deg,  89.8 min
1994 Jun 10:  238 x 296 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1994 Jun 19:  236 x 291 km,  82.6 deg,  89.9 min
1994 Jun 20:  236 x 323 km,  82.6 deg,  90.2 min
Variant of the Zenit photographic satellite with capabilities of imaging and high slant angle. One of the mission objectives was Earth resources remote sensing. Cameras and film were recovered.
Landed:
1994 Jun 30, 02:12
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