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Between February 1, 2003 and July 26, 2005 with the grounding of the U. Space Shuttle fleet, Soyuz was the only means of transportation to and from the International Space Station.This included the transfer of supplies, via Progress spacecraft, and crew changeovers.On 19 January 2005, the European Space Agency and the Russian Federal Space Agency agreed to launch Soyuz/ST rockets from the Guiana Space Centre.
One person from the ground crew was killed and eight injured.Before the introduction of this new model, Starsem launched 24 satellites of the Globalstar constellation in 6 launches with a restartable Ikar upper stage, between September 22, 1999 and November 22, 1999.After successful test flights of Soyuz-Fregat on February 9, 2000 and March 20, 2000, the Cluster 2 satellites were launched on July 16, 2000 and August 9, 2000.Another failure occurred on June 21, 2005, during a Molniya military communications satellite launch from the Plesetsk launch site, which used a four-stage version of the rocket called Molniya-M.The flight ended six minutes after the launch because of a failure of the third stage engine or an unfulfilled order to separate the second and third stages.
The rocket's second and third stages, which are identical to the Soyuz, and its payload (a Molniya-3K satellite) crashed in the Uvatski region of Tyumen (Siberia).