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Intersputnik

Intersputnik logo

The Intersputnik International Organization of Space Communications, commonly known as Intersputnik, is an international Moscow by the Soviet Union along with a group of eight formerly socialist states (Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Mongolia, and Cuba).

The objective was and continues to be the development and common use of Federal Republic of Germany as the legal successor of the GDR.

Intersputnik nowadays is a commercially aligned organization. It operates 12 satellites in orbit and 41 transponders. In June 1997 Intersputnik created the Lockheed Martin Intersputnik (LMI) joint venture together with Lockheed Martin, which builds and operates the satellites of the same name.

Member states

See also

External links

  • Official website
  • Agreement on the legal capacity, privileges and immunities, Berlin, 20 September 1976
  • satnews.com
  • english.pravda.ru
  • un.org
  • dlr.de


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