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Start-1 (Russian launch vehicle)




Start-1
A small, four-stage Russian launch vehicle developed from the Topol intercontinental launch vehicle under a conversion program in the early 1990s. The first Start-1 was successfully launched in 1993, delivering a non-commercial payload to orbit. Several more launches have since taken place.


length 22.9 m
diameter 1.8 m
payload to LEO about 400 kg


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