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Encyclopedia Astronautica Index: 9

9.00-KS-755 - Alternate designation for Star 10 Solid rocket engine.
9.0KS1800 - Alternate designation for Hopi 9.0KS1800 Solid rocket engine.
90 Day Study - American manned Mars expedition. Study 1989. Following the Ride Report, the Bush administration indicated a willingness to support a new manned space initiative after completion of the space station. Status: Study 1989.
90 day study lunar outpost - Alternate designation for Lunar Outpost manned lunar base.
9K - Manufacturer's designation for Soyuz B space tug.
9K21 - Article number for R-65.
9K52 - Article number for R-70.
9K52 - Article number for R-75.
9K714 - Article number for Oka.
9K714B - Russian intermediate range ballistic missile. First flight 1974. Gross mass: 4,688 kg (10,335 lb). Payload: 700 kg (1,540 lb).
9K72 - Article number for R-17.
9K72 Elbrus - Alternate name for R-17 stage.
9K720 - Article number for R-17.
9K76 - Russian intermediate range ballistic missile. Gross mass: 9,254 kg (20,401 lb). Payload: 526 kg (1,159 lb). Thrust: 166.00 kN (37,318 lbf).
9K76B - Russian intermediate range ballistic missile. Initially designated SS-22 by DoD; redesignated SS-12M Scaleboard B Gross mass: 9,400 kg (20,700 lb). Payload: 450 kg (990 lb).
9K79 - Article number for Oka.
9K79 - Article number for Tochka.
9K79-1 - Article number for Tochka-U.
9KS11000 - Bristol Aerospace solid rocket engine. Status: Retired 1984. Gross mass: 300 kg (660 lb). Unfuelled mass: 50 kg (110 lb). Thrust: 49.00 kN (11,015 lbf). More at: Solid
9KS1660 - Bristol Aerospace solid rocket engine. Status: Retired 1979. Gross mass: 100 kg (220 lb). Unfuelled mass: 20 kg (44 lb). Thrust: 7.40 kN (1,664 lbf). More at: Solid
9KS2150 - Alternate designation for Judi-I 1.9KS2150 Solid rocket engine.
9M/1/TEMP - Russian short range ballistic missile. Two-stage deployed short range missile. Four solid motors strapped together, operating in staged pairs. Status: Cancelled 1960. Gross mass: 10,394 kg (22,914 lb). Payload: 628 kg (1,384 lb). Thrust: 214.70 kN (48,266 lbf).
9M128 - Russian anti-tank missile.
9M54 - Russian anti-tank rocket.
9M76 - Article number for 9K76.
9M76 - Article number for 9K76B.
9M79 - Article number for 9K714B.
9M79 - Article number for Oka.
9M79M1 - Article number for Tochka-U.
9M79M1 - Article number for Tochka.
9M79M1 - Article number for 9K79-1.
9M8 - Article number for Krug.
9M82 - Russian surface-to-air missile. Anti-tactical ballistic missile; outer-layer defense. Gross mass: 3,300 kg (7,200 lb). Payload: 150 kg (330 lb).
9M82M - Russian surface-to-air missile. Anti-tactical ballistic missile; outer-layer defense. Gross mass: 3,300 kg (7,200 lb). Payload: 150 kg (330 lb).
9M82M, 9M83M - Article number for Antey-2500.
9M83 - Russian surface-to-air missile. Anti-tactical ballistic missile; inner-layer defense. Gross mass: 1,700 kg (3,700 lb). Payload: 150 kg (330 lb).
9M83M - Russian surface-to-air missile. Anti-tactical ballistic missile; inner-layer defense. Gross mass: 1,700 kg (3,700 lb). Payload: 150 kg (330 lb).
9M96 - Article number for S-400.
9M96 - Russian surface-to-air missile. Improved, longer range version of 9M96 for the S-400. Four 9M96's can be housed in a single 48N6E launch container position. Gross mass: 420 kg (920 lb). Payload: 24 kg (52 lb).
9M96E - Article number for S-300PMU-1 9M96E.
9M96E2 - Article number for S-300PMU-1 9M96E2.

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