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NEXTAR NX-300L
Hisaki
Hisaki
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High resolution imaging satellite developed by NEC and managed by Japan Space Systems (formerly USEF, part of the Ministry of Trade and Industry) rather than by the main Japanese space agency JAXA. The ASNARO had 0.5m resolution on a 10 km nadir swath width.

AKA: ASNARO;Hisaki;SPRINT. Status: Operational 2013. First Launch: 2013-09-14. Last Launch: 2014-11-06. Number: 2 .

Sun synchronous orbit; 1100 GMT local time of the descending node.



Family: Astronomy, Surveillance. Country: Japan. Launch Vehicles: J-1, Dnepr, Epsilon. Launch Sites: Dombarovskiy. Bibliography: 12878, 12879.
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2013 September 14 - . 05:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Kagoshima. LV Family: J-1. Launch Vehicle: Epsilon.
  • Hisaki - . Payload: SPRINT A. Mass: 340 kg (740 lb). Nation: Japan. Class: Astronomy. Type: Astronomy satellite. Spacecraft: NEXTAR NX-300L. USAF Sat Cat: 39253 . COSPAR: 2013-049A. Apogee: 1,156 km (718 mi). Perigee: 951 km (590 mi). Inclination: 29.7200 deg. Period: 106.27 min.

    Spectroscopic Planet Observatory for Recognition of Interaction of Atmosphere; carryied a 0.20-meter silicon carbide mirror with an extreme ultraviolet spectrometer observing in the 550 to 1450 Angstrom range, used to study the exospheres of planets in our solar system. First launch of Japan's Epsilon solid propellant launch vehicle.


2014 November 6 - . 07:35 GMT - . Launch Site: Dombarovskiy. Launch Complex: Dombarovskiy. Launch Pad: Yasniy. LV Family: R-36M. Launch Vehicle: Dnepr.
  • ASNARO - . Mass: 495 kg (1,091 lb). Nation: Japan. Class: Surveillance. Type: Surveillance satellite. Spacecraft: NEXTAR NX-300L. USAF Sat Cat: 40298 . COSPAR: 2014-070A. Apogee: 509 km (316 mi). Perigee: 506 km (314 mi). Inclination: 97.4500 deg. Period: 94.77 min.

    High resolution imaging satellite developed by NEC and managed by Japan Space Systems (formerly USEF, part of the Ministry of Trade and Industry) rather than by the main Japanese space agency JAXA. The ASNARO had 0.5m resolution on a 10 km nadir swath width. Sun synchronous orbit; 1100 GMT local time of the descending node.



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