The centre, bearing the name of Russian cosmonaut German Titov, makes tests of military and non-military satellites, ensures their orbiting. In addition, the centre controls the equipment aboard Russian satellites in orbit and receives arriving information.
According to the press service of the Space Troops, last year the Titov centre held about 250,000 communications sessions with spacecraft and ensured 20 carrier-rocket launches. Throughout its history, the centre has ensured the launch of over 3,000 spacecraft and held flying tests of over 250 types of satellites. Specialists of the centre have participated in the carrying out of all the joint international manned projects, projects in fundamental exploration of far-out space.