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Kosmos 3
Part of R-14 Family
R-14/Kosmos 3M
R-14/Kosmos 3M
Russian orbital launch vehicle. In 1961 Isayev and Reshetnev developed the Voskhod space launch system on the basis of the R-14 IRBM. The initial version of the two stage rocket was designated Kosmos-1. The first 'Voskhod' launch complex was at Baikonur, a modification of one of the pads at the R-16 ICBM launch complex 41.

Status: Active. First Launch: 1966-11-16. Last Launch: 1968-08-27. Number: 4 .


More at: Kosmos 3.

Family: orbital launch vehicle. Country: Russia. Spacecraft: Oscar, Strela-1, Strela-2, Tsiklon satellite, Tselina-O, Sfera, DS-U3-IK, Ionosfernaya, Strela-1M, Strela-2M, DS-U2-IK, DS-U2-IP, DS-P1-M, DS-U2-K, DS-U2-MT, DS-U2-GKA, Taifun-1, Parus, Aryabhata, Taifun-2, AUOS, Tsikada, GVM DS-U2-IK, Signe, Magion, Radio, Bhaskara, Taifun-1Yu, SSTL-70, BOR-4, Nadezhda, BOR-5, Strela-3, Informator, Orbcomm, Gonets-D1, Astrid, FAISAT, MicroSat-100, Early Bird, Astrid-2, Predvestnik, ABRIXAS, Megsat, SSTL-10, CHAMP, MITA, Rubin, Cubesat, Larets, STSat, Universitetskiy, Mesbah-2, SSETI Express, SAR-Lupe. Agency: AKO Polyot. Bibliography: 107, 116, 2, 272, 276, 279, 296, 42, 445, 474, 475, 476, 552, 554, 567, 6, 79, 81, 89, 99.
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Kosmos 8K63 LVKosmos 8K63 LV
Credit: © Mark Wade



1964 January 9 - . LV Family: R-14. Launch Vehicle: Kosmos 3.
  • R-12U and R-14U accepted into military service. - . Nation: Russia. Decree 'On adoption of the R-12U and R-14U shaft versions into armaments' was issued..


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