Satellite Launch Vehicle Platforms

7 Satellite Launch Vehicle Platforms from 2 Manufacturers meet your specification.
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  • Manufacturers: United Launch Alliance, PLD Space
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
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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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Description:MIURA 1 is a suborbital launch vehicle, privately developed in Europe. The first space system is fully designed by PLD Space to take your payloads into space and bring them back safely
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
0.7 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
12.5 m
Payload Capacity:
100 Kg
Number of Stage:
Single Stage
First Stage Engine:
TEPREL-B Liquid Bi-propellant Engine
First Stage Engine Thrust:
30000 N
Propellant:
Kerosene, LOX
Altitude of Apogee:
150 Km
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Description:MIURA 5 is a reusable orbital microlauncher, privately developed and designed by PLD Space. This vehicle is dedicated to small satellites, ranging from CubeSats to Class 1 payloads
Launch Vehicle Diameter:
2 m
Launch Vehicle Height:
34.4 m
Payload Capacity:
450 Kg
Number of Stage:
Two Stage
First Stage Engine Thrust:
105000 N
Second Stage Engine Thrust:
45000 N
Propellant:
Kerosene, LOX
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