On 15 October 2022, at 22:55 MSK (19:55 UTC) crews of the Air and Space Forces conducted a successful launch of an Angara 1.2 launcher from the Plesetsk test site.

The satellite delivered into orbit was designated Cosmos-2560. It received international designation 2022-135A and registered by NORAD as object 54050.

Cosmos-2560 was deployed on a circular orbit with altitude of about 330 km, which suggests that it is similar to the small imaging satellites of the EO MKA/Razbeg type - Cosmos-2525, Cosmos-2551, and Cosmos-2555.

UPDATE 12/12/2022: The satellite reentered the atmosphere on 10 December 2022. According to Jonathan McDowell, Cosmos-2560 "like the previous satellite it the series, it performed no orbit raising burns."