Meteor-M 2-1 [VNIIEM]
Meteor-M satellites are a new generation of russian meteorological satellites to replace the Meteor-3M series. The first two Meteor-M satellites will feature following instruments:
Meteor-M 2-1 was launched on 28 November 2017 on a Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M rocket, but was lost due to an upper stage problem.
Meteor-M 2-2 was successfully launched on 5 July 2019. On 18 December 2019, it suffered a collision with either debris or a micrometeorite, which slightly changed the orbit and sent it tumbling. Stabilization and communications were restored after a few days. The damage suffered is under investigation.
The Meteor-M 3 satellite was to have a largely modified configuration for an oceanographic mission, but was cancelled.
|Power:||2 deployable solar arrays, batteries|
|Orbit:||788 km × 829 km, 98.57° (#2-1, planned); 812 km × 817 km, 98.56° (#2-2)|
|Meteor-M 2-1||2017-F05||28.11.2017||Vo LC-1S||F||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M||with LEO Vantage 2, Baumanets 2, IDEA-OSG 1, AISSat 3, Helios-Wire BIU, Landmapper-BC 3, Lemur-2 58-67, D-Star One, SEAM|
|Meteor-M 2-2||2019-038A||05.07.2019||Vo LC-1S||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M||with ICEYE X4, ICEYE X5, CarboNIX, DoT 1, Momentus X1, Lemur-2 100, ..., 107, NSLSat 1, SEAM 2.0, SONATE, JAISAT 1, EXOCONNECT, LightSat, UTE-Ecuador, Lucky-7, MOVE 2b, MTCube, TTÜ101, BeeSat 9, BeeSat 10, 11, 12, 13, AmGU 1, Sokrat, VDNH-80|
|Meteor-M 2-3||-||2020||Vo LC-1S||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M|
|Meteor-M 2-4||-||2021||Vo LC-1S||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M|
|Meteor-M 2-5||-||2023||Vo LC-1S||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M||with Ionosfera 1, Ionosfera 2|
|Meteor-M 2-6||-||2024||Vo LC-1S||Soyuz-2-1b Fregat-M||with Ionosfera 3, Ionosfera 4|