Soyuz-2-1v Volga (SKRL-756)
The Soyuz-2-1v (formerly called Soyuz-1) is a lightweight derivative of the Soyuz launch vehicle. It ommits the four strap-on boosters and features a modified core. While originally the core with a NK-33-1 engine was planned, the core had to modified to a larger diameter, when the development of the NK-33-1 was cancelled and replaced with a NK-33A and an additional RD-0110 vernier engine.
The Volga upper stage is built by TsSKB in Samara. This fourth stage is derived from the Ikar upper stage, which was in turn an existing flight-proven module that has been used as a propulsion module of Yantar type satellites.
The first flight was made in late 2013 from Plesetsk.
|Version||Stage 1||Stage 2||Stage 3|
|Soyuz-2-1v (Soyuz-1)||Blok-A / NK-33A + RD-0110R||Blok-I mod. / RD-0124||-|
|Soyuz-2-1v Volga (Soyuz-1 Volga)||Blok-A / NK-33A + RD-0110R||Blok-I mod. / RD-0124||Volga|
Nr TNr Vehicle Serial Date Sc LS Payload
1 1 Soyuz-2-1v Volga 76058-002 28.12.2013 Pl LC-43/4 Aist-1 1 / Kosmos 2492 (SKRL-756 1) / Kosmos 2493 (SKRL-756 2) / Ballast 2 2 Soyuz-2-1v Volga 78031-001 05.12.2015 p Pl LC-43/4 Kosmos 2511 (Kanopus-ST 1) / Kosmos 2512 (KYuA 1) 3 3 Soyuz-2-1v Volga 78072-003 23.06.2017 Pl LC-43/4 Kosmos 2519 / Kosmos 2521 (Sputnik Inspektor) planned: x x Soyuz-2-1v Volga . xx.xx.2019 Pl LC-43/4 Gonets-M1 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 Failures: 2: Kosmos 2511 (Kanopus-ST 1) failed to separate from upper stage Launch sites: Pl = Plesetsk (NIIP-53, GIK-1, GNIIP), Russia F Failure P Partial Failure