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NEOSSAT is classified as:


NORAD ID: 39089
Int'l Code: 2013-009D
Perigee: 776.5 km
Apogee: 792.0 km
Inclination: 98.6 °
Period: 100.4 minutes
Semi major axis: 7155 km
RCS: 0.5655 m2 (medium)
Launch date: February 25, 2013
Source: Canada (CA)
Launch site: SIRHARIKOTA (SRI)

NEOSSAT is the first space telescope designed to search for hazardous Earth-crossing asteroids. The $24 million NEOSSat mission will scan the sky for asteroids lurking near Earth, including objects orbiting close to the sun, making their discoveries challenging for traditional ground-based telescopes. Engineers outfitted the suitcase-sized satellite with a baffle to allow the telescope to point closer to the sun than other observatories. Astronomers will try to pick out asteroids as they streak through a matrix of stars, detecting between four and 12 500-meter, or 1,640-foot, asteroids each month, plus smaller objects.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 39089U 13009D   17203.60653383 +.00000008 +00000-0 +18448-4 0  9996
2 39089 098.5522 046.6886 0010837 187.6420 172.4601 14.34391445230472
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC