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NORAD ID: 43168
Int'l Code: 2018-010F
Perigee: 283.3 km
Apogee: 442.3 km
Inclination: 82.9 °
Period: 91.7 minutes
Semi major axis: 6733 km
RCS: Unknown
Launch date: January 21, 2018
Source: New Zealand (NZ)
Launch site: Rocket Lab Launch Complex (RLLC)

HUMANITY STAR is a geodesic sphere is made from carbon fibre with 65 highly reflective panels. The Humanity Star sphere spins rapidly, reflecting the sun's light back to Earth. Essentially it creates a similar effect as a disco ball, creating the appearance of a bright flashing shooting star. The concept of the Humanity Star was in part inspired by the Iridium flare phenomenon. Widely considered to be the brightest man-made object in the night sky, Iridium flares are caused by a flat metallic plane on Iridium satellites briefly reflecting the sun. The Humanity Star builds on this concept by creating many reflective surfaces to capture and reflect more of the sun’s light.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 43168U 18010F   18056.55471702  .00359047  37274-4  18759-2 0  9990
2 43168  82.9078 104.0080 0118098  90.3155 271.1414 15.71127305  5536
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC