The satellites were all aboard a single Rokot launch vehicle that blasted off Saturday from the Plesetsk space center in northern Russia and all settled into their assigned orbits without incident.
The payloads included a MiR scientific microsatellite, two communications spacecraft and a military Cosmos satellite, the Russian Space Forces announced.
The RIA Novosti news agency said the Cosmos will be added to a network of about 70 military reconnaissance satellites monitoring the goings on in the world.
Saturday's launch was the 16th deployment of the lightweight Rokot vehicle, which is a converted RS-18 nuclear missile, since 2000. Rokot launches were suspended for 18 months after a military communications satellite failed to make its correct orbit after a launch in early 2011, RIA Novosti said.
Jordana Brewster on Paul Walker: 'He was an enormous presence in my life'
Gal Gadot cast as Wonder Woman for 'Batman vs. Superman'