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BeitragVerfasst am: Mi Dez 12, 2012 15:14:02 
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How Ivanov Fiddled as Glonass Burned

20 November 2012 | Issue 5017

By Alexander Golts

Even the best stand-up comedian wouldn't have been able to get the laughs that presidential administration head Sergei Ivanov got from comments he made on national television last week. What's worse, he was dead serious when he made them.

Ivanov, who oversaw the Glonass project as deputy prime minister from 2006 to 2011, said he had been involved in a secret intelligence operation for the last two years to trace the large-scale embezzlement of state funds that were supposed to develop the Glonass navigation system. But to aid the investigation, Ivanov said, he had not wanted the suspects arrested but instead simply watched. Otherwise, Ivanov explained, the suspects could have destroyed evidence.

Of the 107 billion rubles ($3.4 billion) allocated for Glonass from 2001 to 2011, investigators estimate that at least 6.5 billion rubles ($205 million) was stolen. Apparently, Ivanov's ridiculous excuse for not acting on the Glonass corruption scheme was an attempt to explain why he has not been dismissed like Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov and others, even though they were fired over embezzlement schemes that involved far smaller amounts.

It almost seems as if Ivanov was trying to take a page from the Trust Operation, organized by the Soviet secret police in the early 1920s. In this operation, agents created a fake monarchist organization that attracted opponents of the Soviet regime like moths to a flame. Perhaps Ivanov's "agents" were trying to create a mock Glonass project only to nail corrupt officials in a huge sting operation. If this were the motive, perhaps the project's numerous satellite launches were just a decoy so the corrupt officials would take the bait. President Vladimir Putin may have also played along to add credibility to the secret operation, with Ivanov regularly and publicly reporting to him on the progress of the Glonass program. Even Putin's dog, Koni, played a role in this plot by happily running around with a fake Glonass receiver on its collar.

In the beginning, Glonass, whose first satellite was put into orbit in 1982 and began regular operations in 1993, was exclusively a military system. While the program nearly became defunct because of funding shortages, Putin tried to breathe new life into it in 2001 after the U.S. satellite system, GPS, played a large role in developing high-precision missiles used in the Yugoslav conflict in the late 1990s. After the Pentagon spent $12 billion developing GPS, the benefits were not only military but civilian as well, as people around the world were buying up GPS-based navigation devices for their vehicles.

Ivanov's task was to create a Russian version of GPS, but he didn't even come close. It took 10 years to get several satellites into orbit, and their signal still does not cover all of Russia. What's more, it has proved impossible to make Glonass an economically viable alternative to GPS. It turned out that Russian companies are incapable of manufacturing the relatively simple Glonass receiver. Since the electronic components are not mass-produced in Russia, Moscow hoped India could become a reliable supplier. When that didn't work out, it turned to China.

In the end, the idea of creating a rival to the GPS system was completely abandoned. One reason for this is that Chinese-made Glonass receivers can find buyers only if they also include GPS capability. What's more, the Taiwanese-made Glonass chip is so large that it cannot be integrated into mobile phones.

The Glonass debacle is a classic example of Putin's attempt to rationalize the relationship between the defense industry and the state. Both Putin and Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin claim that the defense industry will be the driving force of a new, modernized economy. At the same time, they pretend as if they do not understand that no mechanism exists to transfer advanced military technologies to civilian applications. First, this is because those technologies are 30 years old at best. Second, the country's civilian sector is almost nonexistent. Russia has many firms that assemble televisions and refrigerators from imported parts, but they are in no position to make use of advanced technologies.

Since Putin apparently believed the fairy tales about the program's huge potential, more than 100 billion rubles ($3 billion) was made available for corrupt managers and officials to cash in on the Glonass windfall. Now, as Ivanov's huge sting operation against Glonass embezzlers wraps up, it is time for Russia's intelligence officers to create a new sting operation to catch the next batch of corrupt officials and businesspeople. Perhaps the next target will be Uralvagonzavod, the country's largest tank manufacturer.


Alexander Golts is deputy editor of the online newspaper Yezhednevny Zhurnal.



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http://diepresse.com/home/panorama/raumfahrt/1425432/Rakete-stuerzt-ab_Russland-verliert-drei-Satelliten?_vl_backlink=/home/index.do

http://www.aviationweek.com/Blogs.aspx?plckBlogId=Blog:04ce340e-4b63-4d23-9695-d49ab661f385&plckPostId=Blog%3a04ce340e-4b63-4d23-9695-d49ab661f385Post%3ae0820ef8-cc64-4dbd-ae16-29a354a07e89
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Nichteinmal in den jelzinschen 90-er Jahren hat es in der Raumfahrt so viele Rückschläge gegeben.
Roskosmos ist das Sinnbild, dafür, was im modernen Russland falsch läuft: Gauner und Diebe in Führungspositionen verträgt sich nicht mit dem Fortschritt.
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Selbstzerstörung scheint ein Fremdwort zu sein.........das Ding ging ja ab wie Silversterknaller....impressive!!
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Putin und Co wollen wieder einmal zum eigenen Vortei Äpfel mit Birnen verwechseln, glauben sie…und sind furchtbar dumm dabei…schaden sich selbst...

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Russia Cracks Down on GPS to Win Spot for Glonass on American Soil
By Matthew Bodner Jun. 02 2014 21:46 Last edited 21:47


Special report for MT

Russia has upped the stakes in its tussle with the U.S. over the 11 Global Positioning System, or GPS, research stations located in Russia by blocking the use of the information they provide in a move to press Washington to allow Russia to install its own global navigation system's stations on U.S. soil.

"In accordance with a Government order … on June 1, 2014, measures have been implemented to exclude the use of information from stations of the global seismographic network working with signals from the GPS system and based on the Russian territory … including for military purposes," the Federal Space Agency, or Roscosmos, said in a press statement released Sunday.

GPS has become a contentious issue between the U.S. and Russia against the backdrop of the crisis in Ukraine following Moscow's annexation of Crimea in March.

Recently, GPS and its Russian rival, the Glonass satellite navigation system, have become instruments of that disagreement, with Russia threatening to deactivate GPS stations on its territory if the U.S. does not agree to allow Glonass tracking stations to be built on U.S. territory, since these stations would enhance the overall accuracy of the Russian navigation system.

The U.S. operates 11 GPS stations on Russian soil, but they do not appear to be of the same type that Moscow wants to build in the U.S. Instead, they are scientific stations that make up a network of research stations called the North Eurasian GPS Deformation Array, or NEDA, which is operated, among others, by the Russian Academy of Sciences' Geophysical Service. NEDA tracks continental drift, monitors seismic events and conducts related earth sciences research, according to NEDA's powerpoint presentation on the International Global Navigation Satellite System Service.


Pavel Luzin, a space policy analyst at the Institute of World Economics and International Relations told The Moscow Times that the move would have no impact on the quality of the GPS system, especially for the U.S. military.

Instead, the decision is a political move — "it is all deceit and calculated for internal use," Luzin said.

The Moscow Times was unable to contact scientists and officials involved in the NEDA project for clarification on how their operations have changed. Roscosmos, when pressed for clarification, directed us to the press release.

However, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin took to Twitter on Monday to help shed light on the situation.

"Allow me to explain," his Tweet began. "Technical measures have been developed and adopted to restrict the use of these stations for military purposes. Now they are under to our control," he added.

Last month, Rogozin said that Russia would close U.S. GPS stations located in Russia if the U.S. did not resume negotiations on the placement of Glonass monitoring stations on U.S. soil by May 31.

At the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on May 22, Roscosmos deputy Sergei Savelyev said that he anticipated negotiations with the U.S. to begin "very soon, within the next two or three weeks."

As of this moment, neither side has officially issued any additional statements pertaining to the status of these negotiations. However, Rogozin on Monday also said on Twitter that "talks with the U.S. on the deployment of our stations in its territory have been initiated," and reaffirmed Aug. 31 as the deadline for a preferential outcome.

According to Rogozin's earlier statements, if the U.S. does not agree by Aug. 31 to allow the placement of Glonass stations in the U.S., Moscow will completely shut down the GPS stations in Russia.

Curiously, Russia has chosen to press this issue on the grounds of equality, when in fact the GPS stations in Russia are not analogous to the type of stations that Russia would like to see placed in the U.S. They are used for scientific research and make no tangible contribution to the accuracy of the GPS system.

Russia has sought to build Glonass monitoring stations since the system was restored as part of a federal program enacted by President Vladimir Putin in the early 2000s, but the U.S. has dragged its feet on the issue ever since. Last November, the issue was brought to the forefront once again when U.S. national security and intelligence officials formally raised their concerns with the U.S. Congress that the placement of Glonass stations in the U.S. might be used to increase the accuracy of Russian guided missiles or for electronic surveillance, The New York Times reported.

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Rogozin Threatens to Deactivate GPS Stations in Russia


http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/russia-cracks-down-on-gps-to-win-spot-for-glonass-on-american-soil/501350.html

Während bei uns im zivilen Bereich GPS Signale für die neuen auf GPS Signalen basierenden Präszisionsanflugverfahren, die sicher eines baldigen Tages das herkömmliche ILS System ersetzen werden, WAAS (USA), in Europa EGNOS, Korrekturstationen im Nahbereich eines Flughafens braucht um die Präszision und Ausfallsicherheit zu erhöhen, scheint die neue Glonass Generation sogar Bodenkorrekturstationen weltweit zu brauchen um nutzbare Enroute Präzision zu gewährleisten…

Die (US) GPS Referenzstationen in Russland dienen aber den Earth Sciences, unter anderem sind sie in ein weitreichendes Erdbebenfrühwarnsystem eingebunden..dienen also auch und gerade der Sicherheit der Bürger in Russland und den sehr bebengefährdeten CIS Staaten..

man sieht alleine an dieser Diskussion wie dümmlich abgehoben Putin & Co agieren…zum Schaden des eigenen Landes...
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ein Schelm wer Böses denkt..

NUR, wie kann man so deppert sein, als EU, die (eh unnötigen) aber sehr teuren Galilieo Sats mit dem Putin seine Raketen ins All schiessen zu wollen…



http://www.dw.de/galileo-satellites-on-wrong-orbit/a-17873230

gut, macht man eine massive Schadenersatzklage gegen den Transporteur…

weil "wrong orbit" so deppert sind nicht einmal mehr Volksschüler..

der Putin soll zahlen...
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In a statement released on Saturday, Arianespace said it would not fly the Soyuz rocket until the cause of Friday's botched launch is clearer.

The next two Galileo satellites are scheduled to launch in December aboard the same Soyuz-FG-type rocket that was used on Friday. In total, ESA plans to launch eight more Galileo satellites on the Soyuz rocket over the next three years. These satellites will be buttressed by 12 more that will be launched aboard French Ariane-5 heavy-lift rockets by 2017…...


http://www.themoscowtimes.com/business/article/botched-galileo-launch-threatens-russia-s-space-rocket-industry/505825.html
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