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Detailed information about SEA LAUNCH DEMO satellite

Designator id: 1999-014A

Description of SEA LAUNCH DEMO Satellite:

DemoSat was the first Boeing Sea Launch mission. The Zenit-3SL booster rocket lifted off from the Odyssey floating platform on the equator at 154 degrees W longitude. The DemoSat payload was an instrumented dynamic model of an HS-702 satellite built by Boeing Commercial Space/Kent. Thirteen minutes after launch, the Block DM-SL upper stage completed its first burn and entered a 180 km x 735 km x 1.2 degree parking orbit. A second burn 47 minutes after launch placed the satellite in a 638 x 36,064 km x 1.2 degree geostationary transfer orbit. Three hours later, a third DM-Sl burn lowered the stage's perigee so that it would re-enter quickly.

Technical data:

Launch Date: 1999-03-28
Launch Vehicle: Zenit
Launch Site: Russia
Mass: 4500.0 kg

Funding Agencies:

Boeing Company (United States)


Technology Applications

Source: Nasa

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 25661U 99014A   12336.35611588 -.00000013  00000-0  17023-2 0  1919
2 25661 001.5346 007.7503 7174881 264.2843 017.0440 02.23250920111619

Last TLE update on :2012-12-02

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