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AIST 2 is classified as:


NORAD ID: 39133
Int'l Code: 2013-015D
Perigee: 534.4 km
Apogee: 587.2 km
Inclination: 64.9 °
Period: 95.7 minutes
Semi major axis: 6931 km
RCS: 0.324 m2 (medium)
Launch date: April 19, 2013
Source: Commonwealth of Independent States (former USSR) (CIS)
Launch site: TYURATAM MISSILE AND SPACE COMPLEX (TTMTR)
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 435.215
Beacon (MHz): 435.265
Mode: FM CW
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Status: Inactive


AIST is a russian microsatellite developed by designed by a group of students, postgraduates and scientists of Samara Aerospace University in cooperation with TsSKB Progress. The satellite will measure the geomagnetic field, test the new small space vehicle bus, test methods to decrease microaccelerations to a minimum level and measure micrometeoroids of natural and artificial origin.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 39133U 13015D   17201.54209129 +.00000191 +00000-0 +26230-4 0  9990
2 39133 064.8724 180.1441 0038108 276.6359 083.0423 15.04305775232924
Source of the keplerian elements: Caltech