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On June 19 in Space History

1904 June 19 - .
  • Birth of Jack Pendleton Monroe - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Monroe. American career naval officer who became a rear admiral in 1956. He served as commander of the Pacific Missile Range from 1957-1961 before becoming the Director of Astronautics for the Chief of Naval Operations from 1961-1963..

1909 June 19 - .
  • Birth of Ernest W Brackett - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Brackett. American bureaucrat. Director of NASA Procurement 1960-1968..

1911 June 19 - .
  • Goddard receives PhD from Clark University - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Goddard.

    Goddard's doctoral thesis is on a radio principle very similar to the transistor. But his secret passion remains rocketry and space travel. After a one year fellowship at Princeton, Goddard will return to Clark to teach as an assistant professor of physics.


1917 June 19 - .
  • Goddard develops bazooka - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Goddard. Goddard receives $ 20,000 from US Army Signal Corps for rocket development. Together with his assistant Clarence N Hickman he develops a prototype of the World War II bazooka at the Mount Wilson Observatory in California..

1933 June 19 - .
  • Birth of Viktor Ivanovich Patsayev - . Nation: Kazakhstan. Related Persons: Patsayev. Russian engineer cosmonaut. Civilian Engineer, Korolev OKB. Flew on Soyuz 11. Member of first crew to stay aboard a space station, however perished during landing. A street in Kaluga and Asteroid 1791 were named for him..

1944 June 19 - . Launch Site: Heidelager. LV Family: V-2. Launch Vehicle: V-2. FAILURE: Airburst.
  • V-2 M46 G3b - . Nation: Germany. Airburst 1.2 km to the left of the planned trajectory..

1948 June 19 - .
  • Birth of Ronald Dean Townsend - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Townsend. American meteorologist payload specialist astronaut, 1985-1986..

1951 June 19 - . Launch Site: Kapustin Yar. Launch Complex: Kapustin Yar V-2. LV Family: V-2. Launch Vehicle: R-1.
1952 June 19 - . Launch Site: White Sands. LV Family: Corporal. Launch Vehicle: Corporal.
  • Test mission - . Nation: USA. Apogee: 30 km (18 mi).

1953 June 19 - . Launch Site: White Sands. LV Family: Corporal. Launch Vehicle: Corporal.
  • Test mission - . Nation: USA. Apogee: 30 km (18 mi).

1955 June 19 - . Launch Site: Baikonur. Launch Complex: Baikonur. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: R-7.
  • First surveyors arrive at Tyuratam. - . Nation: Russia.

1956 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC3. Launch Pad: LC3/4?. LV Family: Bomarc. Launch Vehicle: Bomarc.
  • Test mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: USAF. Apogee: 20 km (12 mi).

1957 June 19 - . Launch Site: Wallops Island. LV Family: Honest John. Launch Vehicle: HJ Nike Nike Recruit T55.
  • Copper re-entry vehicle test flight - . Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Apogee: 30 km (18 mi).

1958 June 19 - .
  • USAF issues requirement for an anti-satellite system - . Nation: USA. Spacecraft: SAINT, SAINT II. USAF GOR-170 is issued for a system to inspect and destroy enemy satellites..

1958 June 19 - . 21:15 GMT - . Launch Site: Woomera. Launch Complex: Woomera LA2. Launch Pad: LA2 SL. LV Family: Skylark. Launch Vehicle: Skylark.
1959 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Platform: B-47. LV Family: Bold Orion. Launch Vehicle: Bold Orion.
  • Interceptor mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: USAF. Apogee: 100 km (60 mi).

1960 June 19 - .
  • Birth of Heike Walpot - . Nation: Germany. Related Persons: Walpot. German physician payload specialist astronaut, 1987-1993..

1961 June 19 - . LV Family: X-15. Launch Vehicle: X-15A.
  • X-15 awards. - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Crossfield, Walker, White, Robert. Program: X-15. Class: Manned. Type: Manned spaceplane. Spacecraft Bus: X-15. Spacecraft: X-15A. Harmon International Aviator's Trophy for 1961 announced as going to three winners for the first time-X-15 rocket research airplane pilots: A. Scott Crossfield, of North American; Joseph A. Walker, of NASA, and Maj. Robert A. White, U.S. Air Force..

1962 June 19 - . 00:30 GMT - . Launch Site: Vandenberg. Launch Complex: Vandenberg LE-8. LV Family: Thor. Launch Vehicle: Thor DM-18A.
  • Combat training launch - . Nation: USA. Agency: RAF. Apogee: 520 km (320 mi).

1962 June 19 - . 06:59 GMT - . Launch Site: White Sands. Launch Complex: White Sands LC35. LV Family: Aerobee. Launch Vehicle: Aerobee 150.
  • AS&E-3 (Sco X-1) X-ray Astronomy mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: USAF. Apogee: 224 km (139 mi).

1962 June 19 - . 12:19 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC17A. LV Family: Thor. Launch Vehicle: Thor Delta.
  • Tiros 5 - . Payload: Tiros E (A-50). Mass: 129 kg (284 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Program: Tiros. Class: Earth. Type: Weather satellite. Spacecraft Bus: TIROS. Spacecraft: Tiros. USAF Sat Cat: 309 . COSPAR: 1962-A-Alpha-1. Apogee: 880 km (540 mi). Perigee: 580 km (360 mi). Inclination: 58.1000 deg. Period: 99.40 min. Returned 58226 cloud cover images. Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communication (US Cat C)..

1963 June 19 - .
  • Vostok 5 and Vostok 6 return to earth - . Nation: Russia. Related Persons: Bykovsky, Korolev, Tereshkova. Flight: Vostok 5, Vostok 6. Spacecraft Bus: Vostok. Spacecraft: Vostok.

    In the morning Tereshkova manually oriented the spacecraft for re-entry easily and held the position for 15 minutes. She was very happy with the result. At 9:00 the state commission took their places in the command post. At 9:34:40 the retrofire command was sent to Vostok 6. After a few seconds, telemetry was received indicating that the engine burn was proceeding normally. The nerves of the commission members finally settled down, but Tereshkova did not call out each event as required. No report of successful solar orientation was received, no report of retrofire, and no report of jettison of the service module. Things remained very tense in the command post - no communications were received from the capsule at all. Knowledge that the spacecraft was returning normally were only received via telemetry, including the signal that the parachute opened correctly from above the landing site. Both spacecraft landed two degrees of latitude north of the aim point. It was calculated that this could have occurred by duplicate landing commands having been sent, but such a failure could not be duplicated in post-flight tests of ground equipment.

    Many errors occurred in the entire landing sequences, including actions of the VVS recovery forces. The conditions of the cosmonauts were only reported several hours after their landings. Big crowds gathered at both landing sites. Bykovskiy spent the night in Kustan, then left on 20 June aboard an Il-14 for Kuibyshev. Tereshkova spent her first night in Karaganda, then flew in an Il-8 to Kuibyshev. Many congratulatory phone calls were received from the Soviet leadership. Korolev declared he had no longer had the time to personally direct Vostok flights and wanted to hand the spacecraft over to the military for operational use. He could then concentrate on development of the Soyuz and Lunik spacecraft.


1963 June 19 - . Launch Site: Hammaguira. Launch Complex: Hammaguira Blandine. LV Family: Veronique. Launch Vehicle: Veronique. FAILURE: Failure.
  • Ionosphere mission - . Nation: France. Agency: CNES. Apogee: 38 km (23 mi).

1963 June 19 - . 09:50 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC17B. LV Family: Thor. Launch Vehicle: Thor Delta B.
  • Tiros 7 - . Payload: Tiros G (A-52). Mass: 135 kg (297 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: NASA Greenbelt. Program: Tiros. Class: Earth. Type: Weather satellite. Spacecraft Bus: TIROS. Spacecraft: Tiros. Decay Date: 1994-06-03 . USAF Sat Cat: 604 . COSPAR: 1963-024A. Apogee: 349 km (216 mi). Perigee: 338 km (210 mi). Inclination: 58.2000 deg. Period: 91.40 min. Returned over 150000 cloud cover images. Spacecraft engaged in practical applications and uses of space technology such as weather or communication (US Cat C)..

1963 June 19 - . 17:33 GMT - . Launch Site: Wallops Island. LV Family: Aerobee. Launch Vehicle: Aerobee 150.
  • LeRC LH2 test Technology test - . Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Apogee: 189 km (117 mi).

1963 June 19 - .
1963 June 19 - .
1964 June 19 - . LV Family: Titan. Launch Vehicle: Titan II.
  • Stage I of Gemini launch vehicle 3 was erected in the vertical test facility at Martin-Baltimore. - . Nation: USA. Flight: Gemini 3. Stage II was erected June 22. Power was first applied June 29, and subsystems functional verification testing concluded July 31..

1964 June 19 - .
  • R-56 super booster canceled. - . Nation: Russia. Decree 'On termination of work on the R-56 launch vehicle and on schedule of the testing for the N1' was issued..

1964 June 19 - . 13:46 GMT - . Launch Site: White Sands. Launch Complex: White Sands LC35. LV Family: Aerobee. Launch Vehicle: Aerobee 150.
  • Dayglow Aeronomy mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: KPNO. Apogee: 124 km (77 mi).

1964 June 19 - . 23:18 GMT - . Launch Site: Vandenberg. Launch Complex: Vandenberg SLC2E. LV Family: Thor. Launch Vehicle: Thor SLV-2A Agena D.
  • KH-4A 1007 - . Payload: KH-4A s/n 1007 / Agena D 1609 / OPS 3754. Mass: 1,500 kg (3,300 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: CIA, NRO. Class: Surveillance. Type: Military surveillance satellite. Spacecraft Bus: WS-117. Spacecraft: KH-4A. Decay Date: 1964-07-16 . USAF Sat Cat: 814 . COSPAR: 1964-032A. Apogee: 451 km (280 mi). Perigee: 180 km (110 mi). Inclination: 85.0000 deg. Period: 90.90 min. KH-4A. Out-of-focus area on some film..

1965 June 19 - . Launch Site: Baikonur. LV Family: UR-100. Launch Vehicle: UR-100. FAILURE: Failure.
  • State trials missile test - . Nation: Russia. Agency: RVSN. Apogee: 0 km (0 mi).

1966 June 19 - . LV Family: Atlas. Launch Vehicle: Atlas SLV-3 Agena D.
  • NASA announced that the Gemini X mission had been scheduled for no earlier than July 18, with John W. Young, command pilot, and Michael Collins, pilot, as the prime crew. - . Nation: USA. Flight: Gemini 10, Gemini 8.

    Alan L. Bean, command pilot, and Clifton C. Williams, pilot, would be the backup crew. Mission plans would include rendezvous, docking, and extravehicular activity. The spacecraft was scheduled to rendezvous and dock with an Agena target vehicle which was to be launched the same day. If possible, Gemini X would also rendezvous with the Agena launched in the March 16 Gemini VIII mission.


1967 June 19 - .
  • The purposes of the AAP 1/AAP-2 mission were defined. - . Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Skylab. Spacecraft: Orbital Workshop.

    The purposes of the AAP 1/AAP-2 mission were (1) to conduct a low-altitude, low-inclination, Earth- orbital mission with a crew of three men, open ended to 28 days' duration, using a spent S-IVB stage as an OWS; (2) to provide for reactivation and reuse of the OWS during subsequent missions occurring up to 1 year later; (3) to conduct inflight experiments in the areas of science, applications, technology, engineering, and medicine; and (4) to qualify man, evaluate his support requirements, and determine human task performance capability on long-duration manned space flight missions. Additional Details: here....


1968 June 19 - . 11:02 GMT - . Launch Site: Kheysa. LV Family: M-100. Launch Vehicle: M-100.
  • Nation: Russia. Agency: GMS. Apogee: 76 km (47 mi).

1969 June 19 - .
  • HL-10 Flight 21 - . Crew: Manke. Payload: HL-10 flight 21. Nation: USA. Related Persons: Manke. Program: NASA Lifting Body. Class: Manned. Type: Manned spaceplane. Spacecraft Bus: HL-10. Spacecraft: HL-10. 2 chambers. Maximum Speed - 1483 kph. Maximum Altitude - 19540 m. Flight Time - 378 sec..

1969 June 19 - .
  • Plans are made for Borman's visit to the USSR on 1 to 10 July. - . Nation: Russia. Related Persons: Borman. He is to visit cosmonauts and journalists, and visit Leningrad, Moscow, and the Crimea. The only space-related facilities he is to be shown will be the living quarters at Star City and the tracking station at Yevpatoriya..

1969 June 19 - . 16:06 GMT - . Launch Site: South Uist. LV Family: Petrel. Launch Vehicle: Petrel.
  • Solar X-rays / La / ne Ionosphere / solar x-rays mission - . Nation: UK. Agency: SRC. Apogee: 136 km (84 mi).

1970 June 19 - .
  • Landing of Soyuz 9 - . Nation: Russia. Related Persons: Goreglyad, Leonov, Mishin, Nikolayev, Sevastyanov, Shatalov, Yeliseyev. Program: Soyuz. Flight: Soyuz 9. Spacecraft Bus: Soyuz. Spacecraft: Soyuz 7K-OK.

    At 13:00 it was reported that the landing site was ready, 12 to 15 km visibility, 5-7 m/s winds. At 14:00 it is officially ordered that the landing commence. There are 150 technicians in the hall of mission control for the landing. Nikolayev reports the start of the retrofire burn of the TDU. Retrofire and seperation of the spacecraft modules is normal. The PVO radar at Turtsiy picks up the Soyuz at 83 km altitude and follows it down to the point of parachute deployment. Two helicopters sight the parachute and follow the capsule to landing. Within a minute after the capsule has landed General Goreglyad and Colonel Popov are already at the hatch. Following landing Leonov advises that the crew is all right. However the cosmonauts' condition after landing is awful. It is painful and difficult for them to get up. They fall down in their first tortured attempts at walking. They have to be dragged along by the arms. At 16:30 an Il-18 leaves from Saki for Moscow with the cosmonauts aboard. Both of the cosmonauts looked very ill aboard the plane. They had to be supported by Shatalov and Yeliseyev to get down the stairs in Moscow. Nikolayev departs from his prepared speech to the Sate Commission, and says 'Comrade Chairman! The orders for flight aboard the spacecraft Soyuz 9 were fulfilled and we await further orders!' After the report hey are rushed to the doctors.

    It is obvious to the Soviets that they were seriously mistaken about the effects of zero-G on human beings (Mishin thought flights of three to four months would be no problem). Kamanin recites again his belief in the need for more long solo Soyuz flights, how the leadership has blocked such flights, and the general lack of support for manned space. He even had to fight to allow the Soyuz 9 crew to go straight to the hospital and their loved ones, rather than attending ceremonies.


1970 June 19 - . Launch Site: Vandenberg. Launch Complex: Vandenberg LF05. LV Family: Minuteman. Launch Vehicle: Minuteman 2.
  • OT GT28M operational test launch - . Nation: USA. Agency: USAF SAC. Apogee: 1,300 km (800 mi).

1970 June 19 - . 11:37 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC13. LV Family: Atlas. Launch Vehicle: Atlas SLV-3A Agena D.
  • OPS 5346 - . Payload: AFP-720 Rhyolite 1. Mass: 700 kg (1,540 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: CIA, NRO. Class: Surveillance. Type: ELINT. Spacecraft Bus: Rhyolite. Spacecraft: Rhyolite. USAF Sat Cat: 4418 . COSPAR: 1970-046A. Apogee: 33,685 km (20,930 mi). Perigee: 178 km (110 mi). Inclination: 28.2000 deg. Period: 588.90 min. First launch of Rhyolite geostationary ELINT satellite. Reportedly left in transfer orbit; other sources indicate a successful mission. Positioned in geosynchronous orbit over the Indian Ocean..

1970 June 19 - .
1972 June 19 - . 20:03 GMT - . Launch Site: Wallops Island. LV Family: Deacon. Launch Vehicle: Rocketsonde.
  • Met Para, Arcasonde - . Nation: USA. Agency: MRN. Apogee: 51 km (31 mi).

1973 June 19 - . Launch Site: Kapustin Yar. LV Family: MR-12. Launch Vehicle: MR-12.
  • Ozone - . Nation: Russia. Agency: AN. Apogee: 150 km (90 mi).

1973 June 19 - . 10:55 GMT - .
1974 June 19 - . Launch Site: White Sands. LV Family: Black Brant. Launch Vehicle: Black Brant VI.
  • STS - . Nation: USA. Agency: US Army. Apogee: 69 km (42 mi).

1974 June 19 - . 17:00 GMT - . Launch Site: White Sands. LV Family: Aerobee. Launch Vehicle: Aerobee 200A.
  • Solar mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Apogee: 200 km (120 mi).

1975 June 19 - . 20:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Barking Sands. LV Family: Deacon. Launch Vehicle: Rocketsonde.
  • Starute, Datasonde - . Nation: USA. Agency: MRN. Apogee: 61 km (37 mi).

1976 June 19 - . 16:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. Launch Complex: Plesetsk LC132/1. LV Family: R-14. Launch Vehicle: Kosmos 11K65M.
  • Intercosmos 15 - . Payload: AUOS-Z-T-IK. Mass: 550 kg (1,210 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: IK. Manufacturer: Yuzhnoye. Program: Intercosmos. Class: Technology. Type: Navigation technology satellite. Spacecraft Bus: AUOS. Spacecraft: AUOS. Completed Operations Date: 1976-07-26 . Decay Date: 1979-11-18 . USAF Sat Cat: 8903 . COSPAR: 1976-056A. Apogee: 520 km (320 mi). Perigee: 481 km (298 mi). Inclination: 74.0000 deg. Period: 94.60 min. Testing of new systems and components of satellite under space flight conditions. .

1977 June 19 - . 23:15 GMT - . Launch Site: Kwajalein. LV Family: Deacon. Launch Vehicle: Rocketsonde.
  • Arcasonde - . Nation: USA. Agency: MRN. Apogee: 78 km (48 mi).

1978 June 19 - . 23:10 GMT - . Launch Site: Wallops Island. Launch Platform: VISE. LV Family: MR-12. Launch Vehicle: MR-12.
  • JASPIC - . Nation: Russia. Apogee: 175 km (108 mi).

1979 June 19 - . 18:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral ETR. Launch Platform: SSBN 657. LV Family: Trident. Launch Vehicle: Trident C-4.
  • PEM-2 operational test launch - . Nation: USA. Agency: USN. Apogee: 1,000 km (600 mi).

1980 June 19 - . 14:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Thumba. LV Family: M-100. Launch Vehicle: M-100.
  • Nation: Russia. Apogee: 83 km (51 mi).

1981 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral ETR. Launch Platform: SSBN 644. LV Family: Polaris. Launch Vehicle: Poseidon C3.
  • FOT-43? Follow-on operational missile test - . Nation: USA. Agency: USN. Apogee: 500 km (310 mi).

1981 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral ETR. Launch Platform: SSBN 644. LV Family: Polaris. Launch Vehicle: Poseidon C3.
  • FOT-43? Follow-on operational missile test - . Nation: USA. Agency: USN. Apogee: 500 km (310 mi).

1981 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral ETR. Launch Platform: SSBN 644. LV Family: Polaris. Launch Vehicle: Poseidon C3.
  • FOT-43? Follow-on operational missile test - . Nation: USA. Agency: USN. Apogee: 500 km (310 mi).

1981 June 19 - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral ETR. Launch Platform: SSBN 644. LV Family: Polaris. Launch Vehicle: Poseidon C3.
  • FOT-43? Follow-on operational missile test - . Nation: USA. Agency: USN. Apogee: 500 km (310 mi).

1981 June 19 - . 12:32 GMT - . Launch Site: Kourou. Launch Complex: Kourou ELA1. LV Family: Ariane. Launch Vehicle: Ariane 1.
  • Meteosat 2 - . Mass: 697 kg (1,536 lb). Nation: Europe. Agency: ESA. Class: Earth. Type: Weather satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Meteosat. Spacecraft: Meteosat. Completed Operations Date: 1991-12-04 . USAF Sat Cat: 12544 . COSPAR: 1981-057A. Apogee: 36,329 km (22,573 mi). Perigee: 36,124 km (22,446 mi). Inclination: 11.1000 deg. Period: 1,458.60 min.

    Meteosat 2 is a geostationary meteorological satellite, operating within the world wide network of the World Weather Watch of WMO. Its main missions are: Imaging in the visible, IR and water vapour region of the spectrum; data reception from so-called dat a collection platforms (DCPs); data distribution to meteorological services and other interested parties (research institutes etc). Launch time 1233:03 UT. Geostationary position 0 deg E. Designator ESA/81/03. As of 3 September 2001 located at 58.52 deg W drifting at 5.577 deg W per day. As of 2007 Mar 10 located at 125.67W drifting at 5.583W degrees per day.

  • Apple - . Mass: 1,170 kg (2,570 lb). Nation: India. Agency: ISRO. Program: Insat. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Insat 1. Spacecraft: Insat 1. Completed Operations Date: 1983-09-20 . USAF Sat Cat: 12545 . COSPAR: 1981-057B. Apogee: 35,945 km (22,335 mi). Perigee: 35,752 km (22,215 mi). Inclination: 10.0000 deg. Period: 1,439.30 min.

    Experimental communications satellite. Geosynchronous altitude, longitude 10 deg East. Positioned in geosynchronous orbit at 102 deg E in 1981-1982 As of 31 August 2001 located at 42.73 deg W drifting at 0.834 deg W per day. As of 2007 Mar 10 located at 39.31E drifting at 0.875W degrees per day.

  • CAT 3 - . Nation: Europe. Agency: ESA. Class: Technology. Type: Navigation technology satellite. Spacecraft Bus: CAT. Spacecraft: CAT. USAF Sat Cat: 12546 . COSPAR: 1981-057C. Apogee: 26,528 km (16,483 mi). Perigee: 261 km (162 mi). Inclination: 10.7000 deg. Period: 461.20 min.

    Launch vehicle test payload. Technological capsule. ESA registration ESA/81/02. Launch time 1233:03 UT. The technological capsule, equipped with batteries for a lifetime of about six orbital revolutions, transmits to earth technological data about test flight L-03 of ARIANE. After di scharge of the battery the capsule will stop its transmissions and remain in orbit on inactive status. Frequency 136-138 MHz (transmission until 65h after launch only). Projected time of reentry 1986.


1981 June 19 - . 19:37 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. Launch Complex: Plesetsk LC43/3. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Molniya 8K78M.
  • Cosmos 1278 - . Payload: Oko #21. Mass: 1,250 kg (2,750 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: MOM. Class: Surveillance. Type: Early warning satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Oko. Spacecraft: Oko. Decay Date: 2000-09-02 . USAF Sat Cat: 12547 . COSPAR: 1981-058A. Apogee: 37,962 km (23,588 mi). Perigee: 2,452 km (1,523 mi). Inclination: 67.0000 deg. Period: 719.00 min. Covered Oko constellation plane 3 - 357 degree longitude of ascending node..

1983 June 19 - .
  • STS-7 - Wakeup Song: University of Texas Fight Song - . Flight: STS-7.

    "University of Texas Fight Song" , of course, a tribute to the Mission Commander, Bob Crippen who is a UT graduate. It was preceded by the Texas A&M, Texas"Aggie", Fight Song which was a greeting card to Crip from Jerry Griffin, the Center Director at JSC, who is a Texas A&M graduate.


1983 June 19 - . 13:30 GMT - . Launch Site: Koroni. LV Family: M-100. Launch Vehicle: M-100.
  • Nation: Russia. Apogee: 90 km (55 mi).

1984 June 19 - . 10:55 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Soyuz-U.
  • Cosmos 1573 - . Mass: 6,300 kg (13,800 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: MOM. Class: Surveillance. Type: Military surveillance satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Vostok. Spacecraft: Zenit-6U. Duration: 9.00 days. Decay Date: 1984-06-28 . USAF Sat Cat: 15051 . COSPAR: 1984-061A. Apogee: 287 km (178 mi). Perigee: 194 km (120 mi). Inclination: 72.9000 deg. Period: 89.30 min. Photo surveillance; returned film capsule; maneuverable..

1984 June 19 - . 13:05 GMT - . Launch Site: White Sands. LV Family: Black Brant. Launch Vehicle: Black Brant 8C.
  • Solar mission - . Nation: USA. Agency: NASA. Apogee: 316 km (196 mi).

1985 June 19 - . 11:30 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. Launch Complex: Plesetsk LC132/2. LV Family: R-14. Launch Vehicle: Kosmos 11K65M.
  • Cosmos 1662 - . Nation: Russia. Agency: MO. Class: Surveillance. Type: Radar calibration target. Spacecraft Bus: Taifun-2. Spacecraft: Taifun-2. Decay Date: 1989-11-16 . USAF Sat Cat: 15833 . COSPAR: 1985-050A. Apogee: 410 km (250 mi). Perigee: 386 km (239 mi). Inclination: 65.8000 deg. Period: 92.50 min. Released 25 Romb radar calibration subsatellites..

1986 June 19 - . 10:30 GMT - . Launch Site: Baikonur. Launch Complex: Baikonur LC1. Launch Pad: LC1 or LC31. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Soyuz-U-PVB.
  • Cosmos 1760 - . Mass: 6,300 kg (13,800 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: MOM. Class: Earth. Type: Earth resources satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Vostok. Spacecraft: Zenit-8. Duration: 14.00 days. Decay Date: 1986-07-03 . USAF Sat Cat: 16800 . COSPAR: 1986-048A. Apogee: 412 km (256 mi). Perigee: 348 km (216 mi). Inclination: 70.0000 deg. Period: 92.20 min. Military cartographic satellite; returned film capsule..

1986 June 19 - . 21:09 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. Launch Complex: Plesetsk LC41/1. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Molniya 8K78M.
  • Molniya 3-29 - . Payload: Molniya-3 s/n 44. Mass: 1,600 kg (3,500 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: MOM. Program: Molniya. Class: Communications. Type: Military communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: KAUR-2. Spacecraft: Molniya-3. Decay Date: 1996-11-10 . USAF Sat Cat: 16802 . COSPAR: 1986-049A. Apogee: 38,815 km (24,118 mi). Perigee: 1,581 km (982 mi). Inclination: 64.7000 deg. Period: 718.60 min.

    Replaced Molniya 3-20. Operation of the long-range telephone and telegraph radio communications system in the USSR; transmission of USSR Central Television programmes to stations in the Orbita network and within the framework of international cooperation.


1987 June 19 - . 07:01 GMT - . Launch Site: Sea Launch Area. Launch Pad: UNKO. Launch Platform: KRENKEL'. LV Family: MMR-06. Launch Vehicle: MMR-06.
  • Aeronomy mission - . Nation: Russia. Agency: GMS. Apogee: 59 km (36 mi).

1988 June 19 - . Launch Site: Thumba. LV Family: RH. Launch Vehicle: RH-200.
  • Meteorological Chaff Meteorological mission - . Nation: India. Agency: ISRO. Apogee: 70 km (43 mi).

1989 June 19 - . 17:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC47. LV Family: Deacon. Launch Vehicle: Rocketsonde.
  • Arcasonde - . Nation: USA. Agency: MRN. Apogee: 62 km (38 mi).

1990 June 19 - . 08:45 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Soyuz-U-PVB.
  • Cosmos 2083 - . Mass: 6,300 kg (13,800 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: MOM. Class: Earth. Type: Earth resources satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Vostok. Spacecraft: Zenit-8. Duration: 14.00 days. Decay Date: 1990-07-03 . USAF Sat Cat: 20657 . COSPAR: 1990-053A. Apogee: 220 km (130 mi). Perigee: 175 km (108 mi). Inclination: 82.6000 deg. Period: 88.50 min. Military cartographic satellite; returned film capsule..

1991 June 19 - . 02:10 GMT - . Launch Site: Ryori. LV Family: MT-135. Launch Vehicle: MT-135P.
  • Meteorological mission - . Nation: Japan. Agency: JMA. Apogee: 60 km (37 mi).

1992 June 19 - . 11:01 GMT - . Launch Site: White Sands. Launch Complex: White Sands LC36. LV Family: Aries. Launch Vehicle: Aries.
  • Technology test - . Nation: USA. Agency: SDIO. Apogee: 330 km (200 mi). LEAP-2. Missile Tracking and Discrimination for SDIO..

1997 June 19 - . 14:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC47. LV Family: Deacon. Launch Vehicle: Rocketsonde.
  • Arcasonde - . Nation: USA. Agency: MRN. Apogee: 65 km (40 mi).

2001 June 19 - . 04:41 GMT - . Launch Site: Cape Canaveral. Launch Complex: Cape Canaveral LC36B. Launch Pad: SLC36B. LV Family: Atlas. Launch Vehicle: Atlas IIAS.
  • ICO F-2 - . Mass: 2,750 kg (6,060 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: ICO. Manufacturer: El Segundo. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: HS 601. Spacecraft: HS 601. USAF Sat Cat: 26857 . COSPAR: 2001-026A. Apogee: 10,389 km (6,455 mi). Perigee: 10,385 km (6,452 mi). Inclination: 45.0000 deg. Period: 360.10 min.

    Launch delayed from June 5. The ICO-2 satellite was launched by British New ICO (formerly ICO Global Communications) to provide mobile communications and data/Internet services at S-band, supporting 4500 simultaneous calls. The Boeing BSS-601M satellite was similar to the standard geostationary 601 model except that it omitted the R-4D apogee engine and associated fuel, and had a larger payload section. Launch mass was 2700 kg; dry mass was around 2200-2400 kg with the remainder being station-keeping fuel. The AC-156 launch vehicle's Centaur stage reached a 167 x 10099 km x 44.6 deg transfer orbit 10 minutes after launch. A second burn 1.5 hours later put ICO-2 into a circular 10,100 km orbit. The first ICO satellite was launched in March 2000 but failed to reach orbit. ICO-2 was used for testing of the ICO system before the remaining satellites would be launched. Unlike the Iridium and Globalstar constellations, ICO proposed to use a small number of large satellites. The ICO fleet, anticipated to consist of 10 satellites, was to enable relay in S- and C-bands of voice and internet communications from/to land and ocean based mobile telephones. With a total power of 5 kW, ICO F2 was to enable a simultaneous capacity in 4,500 channels.


2002 June 19 - .
  • Landing of STS-111 - . Return Crew: Bursch, Chang-Diaz, Cockrell, Lockhart, Onufrienko, Perrin, Walz. Nation: USA. Related Persons: Bursch, Chang-Diaz, Cockrell, Lockhart, Onufrienko, Perrin, Walz. Program: ISS. Flight: STS-108 ISS EO-4, STS-111.

    The hatches between Shuttle and Station were closed at 1223 UTC, with the Expedition 4 crew on the Shuttle for the trip home. Expedition 5 crew members Valeriy Korzun, Peggy Whitson and Sergei Treshchev remain aboard the Station. Endeavour undocked at 1432 UTC, leaving the Station in a 389 x 399 km x 51.6 deg orbit following three reboost burns. After two days of bad weather, Endeavour was diverted to Edwards AFB in California, with a deorbit burn at 1650 UTC on Jun 19 lowering its orbit from 347 x 387 km to 34 x 386 km. The Shuttle nominally entered the atmosphere around 1726 UTC and landed on Runway 22 at Edwards at 17:57:41 UTC.


2002 June 19 - .
  • STS-114, - Wakeup Song: I Got You Babe - . Flight: STS-114.

    "I Got You Babe" by Sonny and Cher from the"Groundhog Day" movie soundtrack."Groundhog Day's"I Got You Babe" is a recurring theme for wakeup calls on missions which have been extended an additional two days, with the astronauts having to repeat their deorbit activities each day only to be told that because of bad weather they're going to go through the same tasks again the next day. For commander Ken Cockrell this was his third mission in a row where he's stayed in orbit for an additional two days in the hopes of good weather in Florida.


2003 June 19 - .
  • Nozomi, Earth Flyby, Successful - . Nation: Japan. Spacecraft Bus: Nozomi. Spacecraft: Nozomi.

2003 June 19 - . 20:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Plesetsk. Launch Complex: Plesetsk LC16/2. LV Family: R-7. Launch Vehicle: Molniya 8K78M.
  • Molniya 3-53 - . Mass: 1,600 kg (3,500 lb). Nation: Russia. Agency: VKS. Program: Molniya. Class: Communications. Type: Military communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: KAUR-2. Spacecraft: Molniya-3. Decay Date: 2013-06-15 . USAF Sat Cat: 27834 . COSPAR: 2003-029A. Apogee: 39,703 km (24,670 mi). Perigee: 651 km (404 mi). Inclination: 62.9000 deg. Period: 717.80 min.

    The satellite entered a 211 x 559 km x 62.8 deg parking orbit, and then the Blok ML upper stage fired to put it in a 604 x 40578 km x 62.7 deg drift orbit with a 734 minute period. The orbit was later adjusted to 717.8 minutes (semi-synchronous) with an onboard engine. The special orbital inclination of 63 degrees minimizes the rotation of the orbit in its plane due to the oblateness of the Earth, keeping the apogee in the same apparent position over the northern hemisphere.


2006 June 19 - . 00:45 GMT - . Launch Site: Andoya. LV Family: RH. Launch Vehicle: RH-200SV.
  • Mini-DUSTY MD-12 Aeronomy / test - . Nation: Norway. Agency: ARR. Apogee: 80 km (49 mi).

2007 June 19 - .
2007 June 19 - .
  • STS-117 - Wakeup Song: Feeliní Stronger Every Day - . Flight: STS-117. "Feeliní Stronger Every Day" by Chicago, played for Pilot Lee Archambault..

2008 June 19 - .
  • ISS On-Orbit Status 06/19/08 - . Nation: USA. Related Persons: Kononenko, Volkov, Sergey. Program: ISS. Flight: Soyuz TMA-12.

    Small sleep cycle shift: The crew goes to sleep half an hour earlier tonight for a 30-min earlier wakeup tomorrow morning in support of the Orlan training exercise, enabling suit telemetry over RGS (Russian Groundsites).

    Volkov & Kononenko completed the two-hour Part 2 of their second onboard 'Profilaktika' (MBI-8, 'Countermeasures') series of preventive health maintenance fitness testing on the treadmill, assisting each other in turn. (Today's fitness test was performed on the TVIS in unmotorized (idle) mode, with free choice of speeds within the range permitted. The test investigates the action mechanism and efficiency of various countermeasures (currently VELO and TVIS) aimed at preventing locomotor system disorders in weightlessness. The test differs from the normal TVIS session by the use of the TEEM-100 gas analyzer (via a mask equipped with a pneumotachometer sensor), measurement of blood lactate level and subjective evaluation of physical exertion levels during the test. The lactate blood samples were taken twice at the end of the session, using the ACCUSPORT analyzer and REFLOTRON-4 accessories. Results were entered on a log sheet. TEEM and ECG (electrocardiograph) data were transferred to the RSE-Med laptop, also on a tape cassette (Cardiocassette-2000), and prepared for later downlink via Regul-Packet comm.) Additional Details: here....


2008 June 19 - . 06:36 GMT - . Launch Site: Kapustin Yar. Launch Complex: Kapustin Yar LC107/1. LV Family: R-14. Launch Vehicle: Kosmos 11K65M.
  • Orbcomm FM 38 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Sterkh. Spacecraft: Sterkh. USAF Sat Cat: 33060 . COSPAR: 2008-031A. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 660 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.5000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.
  • Orbcomm FM 41 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Sterkh. Spacecraft: Sterkh. USAF Sat Cat: 33061 . COSPAR: 2008-031B. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 661 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.4000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.
  • Orbcomm FM 29 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Orbcomm. Spacecraft: Orbcomm. USAF Sat Cat: 33062 . COSPAR: 2008-031C. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 661 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.4000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.
  • Orbcomm FM 39 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Sterkh. Spacecraft: Sterkh. USAF Sat Cat: 33063 . COSPAR: 2008-031D. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 661 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.4000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.
  • Orbcomm FM 37 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Sterkh. Spacecraft: Sterkh. USAF Sat Cat: 33064 . COSPAR: 2008-031E. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 661 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.5000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.
  • Orbcomm FM 40 - . Mass: 115 kg (253 lb). Nation: USA. Agency: Orbcomm. Program: Orbcomm. Class: Communications. Type: Civilian communications satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Sterkh. Spacecraft: Sterkh. USAF Sat Cat: 33065 . COSPAR: 2008-031F. Apogee: 672 km (417 mi). Perigee: 661 km (410 mi). Inclination: 48.5000 deg. Period: 98.10 min.

2014 June 19 - . 19:11 GMT - . Launch Site: Dombarovskiy. Launch Pad: Sh370/13. LV Family: R-36M. Launch Vehicle: Dnepr.
  • Kazeosat 2 - . Mass: 177 kg (390 lb). Nation: Kazakhstan. Spacecraft Bus: SSTL-150. Spacecraft: SSTL-150. USAF Sat Cat: 40010 . COSPAR: 2014-033A. Apogee: 637 km (395 mi). Perigee: 610 km (370 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 97.18 min. Kazakh medium resolution imaging satellite; had an imager with 6.5 metre resolution and a 77 km swath width..
  • Hodoyoshi 4 - . Mass: 64 kg (141 lb). Nation: Japan. Spacecraft Bus: Hodoyoshi. Spacecraft: Hodoyoshi. USAF Sat Cat: 40011 . COSPAR: 2014-033B. Apogee: 651 km (404 mi). Perigee: 612 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 97.34 min. Experimental earth-observation satellite by the University of Toky with a 5 m ground resolution..
  • Unisat 6 - . Mass: 26 kg (57 lb). Nation: Italy. Spacecraft Bus: UniSat. Spacecraft: Unisat. USAF Sat Cat: 40012 . COSPAR: 2014-033C. Apogee: 699 km (434 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.86 min. Satellite by GAUSS Srl to test customer equipment and deploy four cubesats..
  • Deimos 2 - . Mass: 300 kg (660 lb). Nation: Spain. Spacecraft Bus: Deimos 2. Spacecraft: Deimos 2. USAF Sat Cat: 40013 . COSPAR: 2014-033D. Apogee: 622 km (386 mi). Perigee: 597 km (370 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 96.88 min. Earth observation satellite which carried an 0.75m resolution, 12 km swath imager provided by Satrec South Korea. Total cost including launch was 60 million Euros..
  • Bugsat 1 - . Mass: 22 kg (48 lb). Nation: Argentina. Spacecraft Bus: Bugsat. Spacecraft: Bugsat. USAF Sat Cat: 40014 . COSPAR: 2014-033E. Apogee: 618 km (384 mi). Perigee: 568 km (352 mi). Inclination: 97.9900 deg. Period: 96.54 min. Technology testbed for components for a planned constellation of earth observation satellites by Satellogic SA..
  • Hodoyoshi 3 - . Mass: 58 kg (127 lb). Nation: Japan. Spacecraft Bus: Hodoyoshi. Spacecraft: Hodoyoshi. USAF Sat Cat: 40015 . COSPAR: 2014-033F. Apogee: 666 km (413 mi). Perigee: 612 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.50 min. Experimental earth-observation satellite by the University of Toky with a 40 m ground resolution..
  • Saudisat 4 - . Mass: 100 kg (220 lb). Nation: Saudi Arabia. Spacecraft Bus: Saudisat 4. Spacecraft: Saudisat 4. USAF Sat Cat: 40016 . COSPAR: 2014-033G. Apogee: 682 km (423 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.67 min. Technology demonstration satellite King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology with a joint NASA Ames payload related to gravitational reference sensors for drag-free spacecraft..
  • Tabletsat Aurora - . Mass: 25 kg (55 lb). Nation: Russia. Spacecraft Bus: Tabletsat Aurora. Spacecraft: Tabletsat Aurora. USAF Sat Cat: 40017 . COSPAR: 2014-033H. Apogee: 619 km (384 mi). Perigee: 581 km (361 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.69 min. Technology demonstrator with an imaging payload by SPUTNIX with a panchromatic ground resolution of 15 m and 47 km swath width..
  • Aprizesat 9 - . Mass: 14 kg (30 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: AprizeSat. Spacecraft: AprizeSat. USAF Sat Cat: 40018 . COSPAR: 2014-033J. Apogee: 715 km (444 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 98.02 min. Part of a constellation of small LEO satellites for global fixed and mobile asset tracking. Also carried an AIS (Automatic Identification System) receiver monitor naval vessel locations..
  • Aprizesat 10 - . Mass: 14 kg (30 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: AprizeSat. Spacecraft: AprizeSat. USAF Sat Cat: 40019 . COSPAR: 2014-033K. Apogee: 733 km (455 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9600 deg. Period: 98.21 min. Part of a constellation of small LEO satellites for global fixed and mobile asset tracking. Also carried an AIS (Automatic Identification System) receiver monitor naval vessel locations..
  • Brite Toronto - . Mass: 10 kg (22 lb). Nation: Canada. Spacecraft Bus: Toronto GNB. Spacecraft: Toronto GNB. USAF Sat Cat: 40020 . COSPAR: 2014-033L. Apogee: 739 km (459 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9600 deg. Period: 98.27 min. BRIght-star Target Explorer to observe the brightest starts for variability..
  • Duchifat 1 - . Mass: 1.00 kg (2.20 lb). Nation: Israel. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40021 . COSPAR: 2014-033M. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 601 km (373 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 96.94 min. 1U cubesat by the Herzliya Science Center..
  • Pace - . Mass: 3.00 kg (6.60 lb). Nation: Taiwan. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40022 . COSPAR: 2014-033N. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 601 km (373 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.94 min. 2U cubesat for the National Cheng Kung University..
  • Flock 1C 10 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40023 . COSPAR: 2014-033P. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 601 km (373 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.94 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Nanosat C BR1 - . Mass: 1.00 kg (2.20 lb). Nation: Brazil. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40024 . COSPAR: 2014-033Q. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.94 min. 1U cubesat for the Southern Regional Space Research Center..
  • Qb50P1 - . Mass: 2.00 kg (4.40 lb). Nation: Belgium. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40025 . COSPAR: 2014-033R. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.95 min. 2U cubesat; part of a constellation of 50 CubeSats built by university teams to study the llower thermosphere..
  • Flock 1C 7 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40026 . COSPAR: 2014-033S. Apogee: 622 km (386 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.94 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Flock 1C 1 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40027 . COSPAR: 2014-033T. Apogee: 623 km (387 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.95 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Popsat Hip 1 - . Mass: 3.00 kg (6.60 lb). Nation: Singapore. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40028 . COSPAR: 2014-033U. Apogee: 625 km (388 mi). Perigee: 601 km (373 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.96 min. 3U cubesat by Microspace Rapid..
  • Flock 1C 2 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40029 . COSPAR: 2014-033V. Apogee: 625 km (388 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.97 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Dtusat 2 - . Mass: 1.00 kg (2.20 lb). Nation: Denmark. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40030 . COSPAR: 2014-033W. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 96.97 min. 1U cubesat by the Danish Technical University..
  • Flock 1C 4 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40031 . COSPAR: 2014-033X. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 601 km (373 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.95 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Qb50p2 - . Mass: 2.00 kg (4.40 lb). Nation: Belgium. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40032 . COSPAR: 2014-033Y. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.97 min. 2U cubesat; part of a constellation of 50 CubeSats built by university teams to study the llower thermosphere..
  • Flock 1C 11 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40033 . COSPAR: 2014-033Z. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 603 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.97 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Antelsat - . Mass: 3.00 kg (6.60 lb). Nation: Uruguay. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40034 . COSPAR: 2014-033AA. Apogee: 700 km (430 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.87 min. 2U cubesat by Uruguayan State Faculty of engineering; carried infrared imager and amateur radio payloads..
  • Flock 1C 9 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40035 . COSPAR: 2014-033AB. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.97 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Flock 1C 6 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40036 . COSPAR: 2014-033AC. Apogee: 624 km (387 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.98 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Perseus M2 - . Mass: 7.00 kg (15.40 lb). Nation: Russia. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40037 . COSPAR: 2014-033AD. Apogee: 626 km (388 mi). Perigee: 603 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.99 min. 6U Cubesat by by Canopus Systems with an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver for tracking shipping..
  • Flock 1C 5 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40038 . COSPAR: 2014-033AE. Apogee: 626 km (388 mi). Perigee: 602 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.98 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Perseus M1 - . Mass: 7.00 kg (15.40 lb). Nation: Russia. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40039 . COSPAR: 2014-033AF. Apogee: 627 km (389 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 97.01 min. 6U Cubesat by by Canopus Systems with an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver for tracking shipping..
  • Flock 1C 8 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40040 . COSPAR: 2014-033AG. Apogee: 626 km (388 mi). Perigee: 603 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.99 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Flock 1C 3 - . Mass: 5.00 kg (11.00 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40041 . COSPAR: 2014-033AH. Apogee: 625 km (388 mi). Perigee: 603 km (374 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 96.98 min. Part of a Planetary Labs constellation of over 100 3U cubesats to provide continuous optical surveillance of the earth..
  • Polyitan 1 - . Mass: 1.00 kg (2.20 lb). Nation: Ukraine. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40042 . COSPAR: 2014-033AJ. Apogee: 628 km (390 mi). Perigee: 604 km (375 mi). Inclination: 97.9800 deg. Period: 97.01 min. 1U cubesat by National Technical University of Ukraine..
  • Tigrisat - . Mass: 3.00 kg (6.60 lb). Nation: Iraq. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40043 . COSPAR: 2014-033AK. Apogee: 698 km (433 mi). Perigee: 610 km (370 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.81 min. 3U cubesat built by Iraqi students at the La Sapienza University of Rome..
  • Lemur 1 - . Mass: 4.00 kg (8.80 lb). Nation: USA. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40044 . COSPAR: 2014-033AL. Apogee: 697 km (433 mi). Perigee: 611 km (379 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.82 min. 3U cubesat by NanoSatisfi Inc..
  • Aerocube 6a - . Mass: 10 kg (22 lb). Nation: USA. Class: Technology. Type: Technology satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40045 . COSPAR: 2014-033AM. Apogee: 700 km (430 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.87 min.
  • Aerocube 6b - . Mass: 10 kg (22 lb). Nation: USA. Class: Technology. Type: Technology satellite. Spacecraft Bus: Cubesat. Spacecraft: Cubesat. USAF Sat Cat: 40046 . COSPAR: 2014-033AN. Apogee: 700 km (430 mi). Perigee: 613 km (380 mi). Inclination: 97.9700 deg. Period: 97.87 min.


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