Baikonur Cosmodrome Site 200

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Site 200 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome is a launch site used by Proton rockets.wikipedia
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Proton-M

Proton MProton MediumILS Proton Breeze M
Area 39 is currently (as of 2019) used for Proton-M launches, including commercial flights conducted by International Launch Services.
It is built by Khrunichev, and launched from sites 81 and 200 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Baikonur Cosmodrome

BaikonurBaykonur CosmodromeBaikonur space center
Site 200 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome is a launch site used by Proton rockets.

Proton (rocket family)

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Site 200 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome is a launch site used by Proton rockets.

Mir Core Module

core moduleCorebase block
Area 39 was also the launch site for the core of the Mir space station, along with both Kvant modules, and the Kristall module.
Generally referred to as either the core module or base block, the module was launched on 20 February 1986 on a Proton-K rocket from LC-200/39 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome.

Salyut 7

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Salyut 7 and Granat were launched from Area 40.
It was part of the Soviet Salyut programme, and launched on 19 April 1982 on a Proton rocket from Site 200/40 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in the Soviet Union.

Venera 14

14 Venera 14 landerВенера-14
Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39.

Vega 1

Vega 1 landerVEGA
Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39.

Venera 15

Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39.

Proton-K

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It was built by Khrunichev, and launched from sites 81 and 200 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

Kristall

Area 39 was also the launch site for the core of the Mir space station, along with both Kvant modules, and the Kristall module.

Mars 96

Mars-96Mars '96Mars probe
Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39.

Kvant-1

Kvant''-1KvantKvant module
Area 39 was also the launch site for the core of the Mir space station, along with both Kvant modules, and the Kristall module.

Venera 13

Venera 13 lander13
Venera 13, Venera 16, Vega 2, Fobos 2 were launched from Area 40.

Venera 16

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Venera 13, Venera 16, Vega 2, Fobos 2 were launched from Area 40.

Vega 2

Vega 2 lander
Venera 13, Venera 16, Vega 2, Fobos 2 were launched from Area 40.

Mir

Mir space stationSpace Station MirMir'' space station
Area 39 was also the launch site for the core of the Mir space station, along with both Kvant modules, and the Kristall module.

Granat

PHEBUSTOURNESOLWATCH
Salyut 7 and Granat were launched from Area 40.

International Launch Services

ILSInternational Launch Services (ILS)
Area 39 is currently (as of 2019) used for Proton-M launches, including commercial flights conducted by International Launch Services.

Angara (rocket family)

AngaraAngara A5Angara rocket family
Area 40 is currently (as of 2019) inactive, as it was slated to be rebuilt as a launch site for the Angara rocket.

ExoMars

ExoMars 2016ExoMars programmeExoMars rover
Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39.

Phobos program

PhobosFobos 2Fobos 1
Venera 14, Venera 15, Vega 1, Fobos 1, the failed Mars-96, and ExoMars were launched from area 39. Venera 13, Venera 16, Vega 2, Fobos 2 were launched from Area 40.

Space station

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Area 39 was also the launch site for the core of the Mir space station, along with both Kvant modules, and the Kristall module.