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AIM is classified as:

NORAD ID: 31304
Int'l Code: 2007-015A
Perigee: 533.0 km
Apogee: 540.8 km
Inclination: 98.0 °
Period: 95.2 minutes
Semi major axis: 6907 km
RCS: 1.7807 m2 (large)
Launch date: April 25, 2007
Source: United States (US)
Launch site: Pegasus launched from Western Range Air Space (WRAS)

NASA's AIM [Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere] spacecraft began its two-year mission April 25, 2007 after a flawless ride to Earth orbit aboard an Orbital Sciences Pegasus XL rocket. Launch took place at 1:26 PDT. Launch operations at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California ran smoothly, with no technical or weather issues causing concern. The AIM mission is the first dedicated to exploring mysterious ice clouds that dot the edge of space in Earth's polar regions. These clouds have grown brighter and more prevalent in recent years and some scientists suggest that changes in these clouds may be the result of climate change.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 31304U 07015A   17206.53829340 +.00000605 +00000-0 +39315-4 0  9990
2 31304 098.0018 027.3287 0005614 022.3268 337.8204 15.12105152560738
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC