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Detailed information about NAVSTAR 13 (USA 35) satellite

Designator id: 1989-013A

Description of NAVSTAR 13 (USA 35) Satellite:

USA 35 was launched from Cape Canaveral AFS aboard the first Delta 2 launch vehicle. It was one of the 21-satellite Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) Block 2 series. When complete, the constellation will provide precise position data (accurate to within 16 m) to military and civilian users worldwide. Navstar signals can be received on devices as small as a telephone. The new generation Delta is 4.2 m taller and 13% more powerful than its predecessor. It can boost 3,982 kg into low-earth orbit, 1,447 kg into geotransfer orbit. The GPS 2 satellites, built by Rockwell International for Air Force Space Systems Division, each have a 7.5-year design life. The Air Force intends to launch a GPS every 2 to 3 months until the constellation of 21 operational satellites and 3 spares is aloft.

Technical data:

Launch Date: 1989-02-14
Launch Vehicle: Delta
Launch Site: Cape Canaveral, United States
Mass: 840.0 kg
Nominal Power: 710.0 W
Funding Agencies:

Department of Defense-Department of the Air Force (United States)


Navigation & Global Positioning

Source: Nasa

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 19802U 89013A   12339.04832930 -.00000025  00000-0  10000-3 0  4894
2 19802 054.8397 262.1891 0041794 123.8278 236.6055 01.85321463167557

Last TLE update on :2012-12-04

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