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KSAT 2 is no longer on orbit
KSAT 2 is classified as:

NORAD ID: 39578
Int'l Code: 2014-009G
Launch date: February 27, 2014
Source: Japan (JPN)
Decay date: 2014-05-18
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): S Ku-band
Beacon (MHz):
Mode: 200Kbps 1Mbps G1D
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The KSAT-2 satellite will detach at an altitude of about 400 kilometers, according to the plan. It will orbit the Earth at a speed of 8 kilometers per second and send data to the ground for about 150 days before burning up in the atmosphere. Its mission includes measuring densities and distribution of water vapor in the atmosphere, which could help to increase accuracy in forecasting torrential rain.
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Two Line Element Set (TLE):

Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC