Plesetsk Cosmodrome Site 132
|Launch site||Plesetsk Cosmodrome|
|Operator||Russian Space Forces|
|Site 132/1 launch history|
|First launch||15 May 1967|
|Last launch||27 April 2010|
|Site 132/2 launch history|
|First launch||26 June 1967|
|Last launch||25 April 1990|
Site 132, also known as Chusovaya (Russian: Чусова́я), is a launch complex at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in Russia, used by Kosmos carrier rockets. It consists of a two launch pads, Site 133/1, which is active, and Site 133/2 which is not.
The first launch from Site 132/1 was conducted on either 15 May or 26 June 1967, with the first known launch from Site 132/2 following on 26 June. The last launch from Site 132/2 occurred on 25 April 1990. Both pads were used by the same two rockets, the Kosmos-3 and Kosmos-3M. Although most Kosmos-3M launches have been conducted from Site 132, several early tests were conducted from Site 131, however it is not known which ones, or how many. Some launches were also conducted from Site 133.
- "Plesetsk". Permanent Mission in Russia. European Space Agency. 2004-10-05. Retrieved 2009-03-17.
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