This successful Dnepr launch should clear the way for the launch in November of another Dnepr from Yasny believed to be carrying up to 23 satellites from 13 nations.
Most of the satellites will carry amateur radio payloads and it should be the largest single deployment of amateur radio satellites since the ill-fated Dnepr launch of July 26, 2006. http://www.southgatearc.org/news/july2006/dnepr_failure.htm
The launch had originally been planned for September 2012 but was postponed while the future of the Dnepr launch program was discussed.
Among the satellites carrying payloads operating in amateur radio bands that may be on the November launch are:
• UniSat-5 microsat which will deploy Eagle-1, Eagle-2, QB-Scout, Wren and PUCP-SAT-1 which it turn should release a further satellite Pocket-PUCP
• CPUT ZAcube-1
• NEE-02 KRYSAOR (980 MHz)