List of Proton Launches (2010-2019)
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This is a list of launches made by the Proton-M rocket between 2010 and 2019. All launches were conducted from the Baikonur Cosmodrome.

Launch statistics

Rocket configurations

3
6
9
12
15
  •   Proton-M 11S43
  •   Proton-M 11S861
  •   Proton-M 11S861-03
  •   Proton-K 11S861

Launch sites

3
6
9
12
15
2010
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
'17
'18
'19
  •   Baikonur Site 81/24
  •   Baikonur Site 200/39

Launch outcomes

3
6
9
12
15
2010
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
'17
'18
'19
  •   Failure
  •   Partial failure
  •   Success
  •   Planned

Launch history

2010

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
535-35 28 January 2010
00:18:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Raduga 1M #2 Geosynchronous Success
Communications
535-32 12 February 2010
00:39:40
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Intelsat 16 Geosynchronous transfer Success[1]
Communications. Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
535-40 1 March 2010
21:19:44
Proton-M/DM-2 8K82KM/11S861 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2459 (Uragan-M #731)
Kosmos 2460 (Uragan-M #732)
Kosmos 2461 (Uragan-M #735)
Medium Earth Success[2]
Navigation
935-14 20 March 2010
18:26:57
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 EchoStar XIV Geosynchronous transfer Success[3]
Communications
935-11 24 April 2010
11:19:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 SES-1[4] Geosynchronous transfer Success
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications
935-12 3 June 2010
22:00:08
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Badr-5 Geosynchronous transfer Success[5]
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications
935-15 10 July 2010
18:40:36
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 EchoStar XV Geosynchronous transfer Success[6]
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications
535-30 2 September 2010
00:53:50
Proton-M/DM-2 8K82KM/11S861 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2464 (Uragan-M #736)
Kosmos 2465 (Uragan-M #737)
Kosmos 2466 (Uragan-M #738)
Medium Earth Success[7]
Navigation
935-16 14 October 2010
18:53:21
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 XM-5 Geosynchronous transfer Success[8]
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications
935-13 14 November 2010
17:29:20
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 SkyTerra-1 Geosynchronous transfer Success[9]
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications
535-37 5 December 2010
10:25:19
Proton-M/DM-03 8K82KM/11S861-03 Site 81/24 Uragan-M #739, 740, 741 Medium Earth (intended) Failure
First flight of the Blok-DM-03 upper stage. The upper stage and payloads failed to reach orbital velocity due to overloading of the upper stage with 1.5 tonnes of liquid oxygen, which was caused by communication error between engineers.[10]
935-17 26 December 2010
21:51:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 KA-SAT Geosynchronous transfer Success[11]
Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services, Communications

2011

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-19 20 May 2011
19:15:19
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Telstar-14R (Estrela do Sul 2) Geosynchronous transfer Success[12]
Communications. Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-18 15 July 2011
23:16:10
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 SES-3
KazSat-2
Geosynchronous Success[13]
Communication, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services (for SES-3)
935-21 17 August 2011
21:25:01
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Ekspress AM4 Geosynchronous transfer (intended) Failure[14]
Communications. Briz-M upper stage suffered a failure of attitude control due to a too short programmed time interval for gyro platform manipulation while the operation timeline was being formalized.[15]
535-42 20 September 2011
22:46:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2473 (Garpun #1) Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-22 29 September 2011
18:32:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 QuetzSat-1 Geosynchronous transfer Success[16]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-20 19 October 2011
18:48:57
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 ViaSat-1 Geosynchronous transfer Success[17]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
535-39 4 November 2011
12:51:41
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2475 (Uragan-M #743)
Kosmos 2476 (Uragan-M #744)
Kosmos 2477 (Uragan-M #745)
Medium Earth Success
Navigation
935-25 25 November 2011
19:10:34
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 AsiaSat 7 Geosynchronous transfer Success[18]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-23 11 December 2011
11:17:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Luch-5A
Amos-5
Geosynchronous Success
Communication / Data Relay

2012

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-24 14 February 2012
19:36:37
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 SES-4 Geosynchronous transfer Success[19]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-28 25 March 2012
12:10:32
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Intelsat 22 Super-synchronous transfer Success[20]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
410-18 30 March 2012
05:49:32
Proton-K/Blok-DM-2 8K82K/11S861 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2479 (US-KMO) Geosynchronous Success
Final flight of the Proton-K. Missile warning
935-27 23 April 2012
22:18:13
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Yahsat 1B Geosynchronous transfer orbit Success[21]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-29 17 May 2012
19:12:14
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Nimiq 6 Geosynchronous transfer orbit Success[22]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-30 9 July 2012
18:38:30
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 SES-5 Geosynchronous transfer orbit Success[23]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-31 6 August 2012
19:31:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Telkom 3
Ekspress MD2
Geosynchronous (intended) Failure[24]
Communication, Briz-M upper stage failure 7 seconds into its third burn.
935-26 14 October 2012
08:37:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Intelsat 23 Geosynchronous Success[25]
Communication, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-32 2 November 2012
21:04:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Luch-5B
Yamal-300K
Geosynchronous Success
Communication / Data Relay
935-33 20 November 2012
18:31:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 EchoStar XVI Geosynchronous transfer Success[26]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-34 8 December 2012
13:13:43
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Yamal-402 Geosynchronous transfer (intended) (achieved) Partial failure[27]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services. Briz-M upper stage shut down 4 minutes earlier than planned on its fourth burn due to oxidizer turbopump bearing damaged.[28] Satellite able to maneuver into its designated orbit by itself.[29]

2013

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-36 26 March 2013
19:06:48
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Satmex 8 Geosynchronous transfer Success[30]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-37 15 April 2013
18:36:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Anik G1 Geosynchronous transfer Success[31]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-38 14 May 2013
16:02:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Eutelsat 3D Geosynchronous transfer Success[32]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-40 3 June 2013
09:18:31
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 SES-6 Super-synchronous transfer Success[33]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
535-43 2 July 2013
02:38:22
Proton-M/DM-03 8K82KM/11S861-03 Site 81/24 Uragan-M #748
Uragan-M #749
Uragan-M #750
Medium Earth (intended) Failure
Navigation, First stage control failure, rocket crashed near launch pad. Accident caused by angular velocity sensors of the rocket's control system wrongly installed backwards.
935-39 29 September 2013
21:38:10
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Astra 2E Geosynchronous transfer Success[34]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-35 25 October 2013
18:08:54
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Sirius FM-6 Geosynchronous transfer Success[35]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
535-41 11 November 2013
23:46:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Raduga 1M #3 Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-44 8 December 2013
12:12:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Inmarsat 5-F1 Super-synchronous transfer Success[36]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-41 26 December 2013
10:49:56
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Ekspress AM5 Geosynchronous transfer Success
Communications

2014

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-43 14 February 2014
21:09:03
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Türksat 4A Geosynchronous transfer Success[37]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-42 15 March 2014
23:08:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Ekspress AT1
Ekspress AT2
Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-46 28 April 2014
04:25:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Luch 5V
KazSat-3
Geosynchronous transfer Success
Communication / Data Relay
935-45 15 May 2014
21:42:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Ekspress AM4R Geosynchronous transfer (intended) Failure
Communications, Proton third stage vernier engine failure at T+542 seconds due to failure of the turbopump structural support causing damage to the oxidizer inlet line.[38]
935-47 27 September 2014
20:23:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Luch (Olimp-K) Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-48 21 October 2014
15:09:32
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Ekspress AM6 Geosynchronous Partial failure[39]
Communications, The Briz-M upper stage shut down prematurely on its final burn that caused the satellite reaching the slightly lower perigee than planned (31,307 km instead of the planned 33,799 km).[40] The satellite was able to maneuvre itself into the planned operational geosynchronous orbit, with small loss of onboard propellant.
935-50 15 December 2014
00:16:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Yamal-401 Geosynchronous Success[41]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-49 27 December 2014
21:37:49
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Astra 2G Geosynchronous transfer Success[42]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services

2015

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-51 1 February 2015
12:31:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Inmarsat 5-F2 Super-synchronous transfer Success[43]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-52 18 March 2015
22:05:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Ekspress AM7 Geosynchronous transfer Success
Communications
935-54 16 May 2015
05:47:39
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Mexsat-1 Geosynchronous transfer (intended) Failure[44][45]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services [46] Proton third stage vernier engine failed at T+497 seconds due to excess vibration caused by inability to cope with uneven supply from a pump which had suffered shaft coating degradation.[47]
935-55 28 August 2015
11:44:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Inmarsat 5-F3 Super-synchronous transfer Inmarsat Success[48]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-53 14 September 2015
19:00:00
Proton-M/DM-03 8K82KM/11S861-03 Site 81/24 Ekspress AM8 Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-56 16 October 2015
20:40:11
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Türksat 4B Geosynchronous transfer Success[49]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
535-44 13 December 2015
00:19:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2513 (Garpun #2) Geosynchronous Success
Communications
935-57 24 December 2015
21:31:19
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Ekspress AMU1 Geosynchronous transfer Success
Communications

2016

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-58 29 January 2016
22:20:09
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Eutelsat 9B Geosynchronous transfer Success[50]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services
935-60 14 March 2016
09:31:42
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
Schiaparelli EDM lander
Heliocentric ESA Success
Mars orbiter/Mars lander, Briz-M upper stage reportedly exploded after separation,[51] but that was later denied by Roscosmos.[52]
937-01 9 June 2016
07:10:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Intelsat 31 Super-synchronous transfer Success[53]
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services. Second stage under-performed but shortfall fully compensated by the upper stage.

2017

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-61 8 June 2017
03:45:47
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 EchoStar 21 Geosynchronous transfer EchoStar Success
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services.
935-59 16 August 2017
22:07:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2520 (Blagovest 11L) Geosynchronous VKS Success
Communications
935-65 11 September 2017
19:23:41
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Amazonas 5 Geosynchronous transfer Hispasat Success
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services.
937-02 28 September 2017
18:52:16
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 AsiaSat 9 Geosynchronous transfer AsiaSat Success
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services.

2018

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-62 18 April 2018
22:12:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2526 (Blagovest 12L) Geosynchronous VKS Success
Communications
935-63 21 December 2018
00:20:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2533 (Blagovest 13L) Geosynchronous VKS Success
Communications

2019

Flight No Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Users Launch
outcome
935-69 30 May 2019
17:42:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Yamal-601 Geosynchronous transfer Gazprom Space Systems Success
Communications, Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services.
535-47 13 July 2019
12:30:57
Proton-M/DM-03 8K82KM/11S861-03 Site 81/24 Spektr-RG Sun-Earth L2 Russian Space Research Institute & German Aerospace Center Success
High-energy astrophysics & X-ray astronomy observatory
935-64 5 August 2019
21:56:00
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 81/24 Kosmos 2539 Blagovest-14L Geosynchronous VKS Success
Military communications; fourth Blagovest satellite launch, completing the initial Blagovest satellite constellation.
937-04 9 October 2019
10:17:56
Proton-M/Briz-M 8K82KM/11S43 Site 200/39 Eutelsat 5 West B / MEV-1 Geosynchronous Eutelsat / Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems Success
Communications satellite and a satellite servicing mission. Commercial launch conducted by International Launch Services.
935-66 24 December 2019
12:03:02
Proton-M/DM-03 8K82KM/11S861-03 Site 81/24 Elektro-L No. 3 Geosynchronous Roscosmos Success
Meteorology satellite

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