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METEOR M2 is classified as:

NORAD ID: 40069
Int'l Code: 2014-037A
Perigee: 825.6 km
Apogee: 835.1 km
Inclination: 98.7 °
Period: 101.4 minutes
Semi major axis: 7201 km
RCS: Unknown
Launch date: July 8, 2014
Source: Commonwealth of Independent States (former USSR) (CIS)
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 137.100/137.900
Beacon (MHz):
Mode: 72Kbps QPSK
Call sign:

METEOR M2 was designed to watch global weather, the ozone layer, the ocean surface temperature and ice conditions to facilitate shipping in polar regions and to monitor radiation environment in the near-Earth space. The satellite was designed to operate in orbit for five years. It will become the second spacecraft in the Meteor-3M network, complementing the Meteor-M No. 1 satellite, which was launched on Sept. 17, 2009.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 40069U 14037A   17200.41985031 -.00000043 +00000-0 -10546-7 0  9997
2 40069 098.6522 254.4723 0006617 116.6623 243.5234 14.20643368157132
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC