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NOAA 15 is classified as:


NORAD ID: 25338
Int'l Code: 1998-030A
Perigee: 804.5 km
Apogee: 821.4 km
Inclination: 98.8 °
Period: 101.0 minutes
Semi major axis: 7183 km
RCS: 5.5361 m2 (large)
Launch date: May 13, 1998
Source: United States (US)
Launch site: AIR FORCE WESTERN TEST RANGE (AFWTR)
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 137.620/1702.500
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NOAA 15 (designated NOAA-K before launch) is one of the NASA-provided TIROS series of weather forecasting satellite run by NOAA. The satellite is placed in a sun-synchronous orbit, 807 km above the Earth, orbiting every 101 minutes. It hosts the AMSU-A and AMSU-B instruments, the AVHRR and High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/3) instruments, as well as a Space Environment Monitor (SEM/2). APT transmission frequency is 137.62 MHz. Due to problems with the S-band transmitter high-gain antennas, NOAA-15 has been configured for High Resolution Picture Transmission using the S-Band Transmitter #2 (1702.5 MHz) omnidirectional antenna.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 25338U 98030A   17209.89929162 +.00000033 +00000-0 +32815-4 0  9995
2 25338 098.7814 220.8923 0011781 086.4706 273.7821 14.25808391998686
Source of the keplerian elements: Caltech