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By the time the 2,300-pound (1,050-kg) satellite finally arrived at Baikonur in February 2014, processing of the Soyuz-U was already well advanced.Over the following weeks, Egypt Sat-2 underwent extensive testing and was integrated into its payload shroud.

They had earlier fought the western European Christian Crusaders in 1154–11–1221, effectively driving them out of Egypt and the Levant.

The vehicle—a direct descendent of Chief Designer Sergei Korolev’s R-7 “Semyorka” (“Little Seven”) intercontinental ballistic missile, developed in the 1950s—roared into the night sky at p.m. Egypt Sat-2 should remain in service for up to 11 years, providing unprecedented visible and multispectral imagery of the territory of Egypt and its environs.

As described in yesterday’s America Space preview article, the Soyuz-U booster was transferred in a horizontal configuration to the launch pad on Monday, 14 April. Despite a brief disruption to the live televised feed from Baikonur, the service tower had retracted from around the Soyuz-U by p.m. EDT) and all personnel had been cleared from the pad to safe limits beyond the anticipated blast zone.

Following receipt of standard authorization, the vehicle’s core and upper stages and its four tapering strap-on boosters were fueled with a mixture of liquid oxygen and a rocket-grade form of kerosene, known as “RP-1.” Their task complete, the propellant cars departed the launch complex at about 9 p.m. In the final minutes of today’s countdown, the rocket’s flight computers were uploaded with their updated trajectory plans, and at p.m. EDT) the Egypt Sat-2 payload was transferred from pad utilities to internal power.

Its on-board batteries would provide power until it achieved orbit and deployed its trio of electricity-generating solar arrays.

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