Satellite Launch Vehicle Platforms - United Launch Alliance

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Description:Atlas V 400 Series uses a standard common core booster, a Centaur upper stage in a single or dual-engine configuration
Payload Capacity:
1935 to 13250 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
RD 180 Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
860300 lbs
First Stage Engine ISP:
311 Seconds
Second Stage Engine:
RL10 Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
22900 lbs
Second Stage Engine ISP:
450.5 Seconds
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Kerosene, Liquid Hydrogen
Booster:
Aerojet Rocketdyne Solid Rocket Booster
Inclination:
0 Degrees (GEO), 27 Degrees (GTO), 28.7 Degrees (LEO), 90 Degrees (LEO), 51.6 Degrees (LEO ISS)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:Atlas V 500 Series uses a standard common core booster, a Centaur upper stage in a single or dual-engine configuration
Payload Capacity:
2540 to 18850 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
RD 180 Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
860300 lbs
First Stage Engine ISP:
311 Seconds
Second Stage Engine:
RL10 Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
22900 lbs
Second Stage Engine ISP:
450.5 Seconds
Propellant:
Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Kerosene, Liquid Hydrogen
Booster:
Aerojet Rocketdyne Solid Rocket Booster
Inclination:
0 Degrees (GEO), 27 Degrees (GTO), 28.7 Degrees (LEO), 90 Degrees (LEO), 51.6 Degrees (LEO ISS)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:Vulcan is available in four standard offering configurations including zero, two, four and six solid rocket booster (SRB) variants
Payload Capacity:
2600 to 27200 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
Blue Origin BE-4 Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
550000 lbs
Second Stage Engine:
RL10C Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
24000 lbs
Propellant:
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Hydrogen
Booster:
Northrop Grumman Graphite Epoxy Motor (GEM) 63XL Solid Rocket Booster
Inclination:
0 Degrees (GEO), 27 Degrees (GTO), 28.7 Degrees (LEO), 90 Degrees (LEO-Polar), 51.6 Degrees (LEO ISS), 55 Degrees (MEO)
Space Heritage:
Yes
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Description:Delta IV is comprised of a common booster core, a cryogenic upper stage and a 5-meter diameter payload fairing
Payload Capacity:
1840 to 28370 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine:
Aerojet Rocketdyne RS-68A Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
14876 lbs
First Stage Engine ISP:
362 Seconds
Second Stage Engine:
RL10 Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
24750 lbs
Second Stage Engine ISP:
465.5 Seconds
Propellant:
Liquid Hydrogen, Liquid Oxygen
Booster:
Orbital ATK Solid Rocket Booster
Inclination:
0 Degrees (GEO), 27 Degrees (GTO), 28.7 Degrees (LEO), 90 Degrees (LEO), 51.6 Degrees (LEO ISS)
Space Heritage:
Yes
more info
Description:Delta II has launched many memorable missions including NASA’s rovers Spirit and Opportunity, the Phoenix Mars Lander, all operational GPS missions
Launch Vehicle Height:
39 m/128 ft
Payload Capacity:
1870 to 3470 Kg
Number of Stage:
Three Stage
First Stage Engine:
RS-27 A Engine
Second Stage Engine:
Aerojet AJ10-118K Engine
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
9753 lbs
Second Stage Engine ISP:
320.5 Seconds
Propellant:
Aerozine 50/N204
Space Heritage:
Yes
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