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Volna
Part of R-29 Family
Volna
Volna
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Russian launch vehicle based on surplus R-29RL submarine launched ballistic missiles. Suborbital and orbital versions. Payload volume 1.3 cu. M. Payload 115 kg to 3000 km or 1250 kg to 200 km altitude suborbital trajectories, or 120 (260 lb) kg to a 200 km orbit. Liftoff mass 34 metric tons.

AKA: RSM-50;SA-N-1;SS-N-18;Volna SLV. Status: Active. First Launch: 1975-01-01. Last Launch: 2016-10-12. Number: 47 . Payload: 120 kg (260 lb). Thrust: 682.00 kN (153,319 lbf). Gross mass: 35,300 kg (77,800 lb). Height: 14.10 m (46.20 ft). Diameter: 1.90 m (6.20 ft). Apogee: 200 km (120 mi).

LEO Payload: 120 kg (260 lb) to a 200 km orbit. Maximum range: 6,500 km (4,000 mi).


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Family: ICBM, orbital launch vehicle, Sea-Launched, submarine-launched. Country: Russia. Spacecraft: Parus. Launch Sites: White Sea Launch Area, Barents Sea Launch Area, Nenoksa, Okhotsk. Stages: Volna-1, Volna-2. Agency: Makeyev bureau.
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