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NORAD ID: 32709
Int'l Code: 2008-011B
Perigee: 554.6 km
Apogee: 26,641.6 km
Inclination: 49.3 °
Period: 468.1 minutes
Semi major axis: 19969 km
RCS: 8.7186 m2 (large)
Launch date: March 14, 2008
Source: Commonwealth of Independent States (former USSR) (CIS)
Launch site: TYURATAM MISSILE AND SPACE COMPLEX (TTMTR)

For the second time in six months, a commercial launch of the Russian Proton rocket ended in failure early Saturday after an undetermined problem struck the booster's upper stage, leaving the mission's DISH Network broadcasting payload in a useless orbit. The failure occurred near the end of the 34-minute-long second burn of the launcher's Breeze M upper stage, which features a single engine powered by explosive hydrazine and nitrogen tetroxide propellants. The Proton was carrying AMC 14, a communications satellite owned by SES AMERICOM, a New Jersey-based satellite operator, destined to beam direct-to-home television programming for DISH Network. ILS officials provided no further details on the nature of the failure, but Roscosmos, the Russian space agency, reported the Breeze M engine shut down two minutes and 13 seconds earlier than planned.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 32709U 08011B   17199.26984465 -.00000193 +00000-0 -11808-2 0  9997
2 32709 049.3317 044.9125 6531847 326.3896 317.3832 03.07655746104854
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC