On May 16, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center (Khrunichev) and ILS International Launch Services Inc. (ILS) announced an anomaly on the Proton launch vehicle carrying the Centenario satellite (also known as MexSat-1) for the Secretaría de Comunicaciones y Transportes (Ministry of Communications and Transportation) of the Mexican government. A Russian State Commission and an ILS Failure Review Oversight Board are investigating the anomaly to determine the root cause. Proton launches have been temporarily suspended, with the concern that certain scheduled upcoming launches will be delayed, including the launches of the third Global Xpress satellite for Inmarsat plc, the Türksat 4B satellite for Türksat A.Ş., the Eutelsat 9B and Eutelsat 36C satellites for Eutelsat S.A. and the Express-AM8 satellite for Russian Satellite Communications Co., all originally scheduled to take place in 2015.