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Proton-K/DM-2M
Part of Proton Family
This four stage version uses the Block DM-2M / 11S861-01 upper stage, which has its own self-contained guidance unit. This reduces payload but does not require the spacecraft's guidance system to provide steering commands to booster. Used for launches of Russian geosynchronous satellites from 1994 on.

AKA: 8K82K / 11S861-01;D-1e;SL-12;UR-500K. Status: Active. First Launch: 1994-01-20. Last Launch: 2006-06-17. Number: 41 . Payload: 1,880 kg (4,140 lb). Thrust: 8,847.00 kN (1,988,884 lbf). Gross mass: 712,460 kg (1,570,700 lb). Height: 59.00 m (193.00 ft). Diameter: 4.15 m (13.61 ft). Span: 7.40 m (24.20 ft). Apogee: 40,000 km (24,000 mi).

Payload: 1,880 kg (4,140 lb) to a GEO. Launch Price $: 70.000 million in 1994 dollars.


More at: Proton-K/DM-2M.

Family: orbital launch vehicle. Country: Russia. Engines: RD-0212, RD-58S, RD-253-11D48. Spacecraft: Glonass, FS-1300, HS 601, Gals, Ekspress, Spacebus 3000, AS 2100, Kupon, Yamal, LMI, Yakhta. Projects: Americom, Anik, Asiasat, Astra, DirecTV, Intelsat, Panamsat, Sirius, Telstar series. Launch Sites: Baikonur, Baikonur LC81/23, Baikonur LC81/24, Baikonur LC200/39. Stages: UR-200-2, Proton K-1, Proton K-2, Proton 11S861-01. Agency: Chelomei bureau, Echostar.

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