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    The launch of Ariel 2 was conducted by the United States , using a rocket. The launch occurred at 17:25:23 GMT on 27 March 1964, from at the . Ariel 2 was placed into a , with a of 289 kilometres (180 mi), an apogee of 1,343 kilometres (835 mi), 51.6 degrees of and an of 101.2 minutes as of 3 May 1964. It ceased operations in November 1964, and subsequently decayed from orbit on 18 November 1967.

  • Ariel 2, also known as UK-C, was a radio astronomy , which was operated by the as part of the . It was built in America by , and had a mass at launch of 68 kilograms (150 lb). It was launched in 1964, and became the first satellite to be used for radio astronomy.

  • Ariel 2
    Ariel 2 before launch
    Mission type Radio astronomy
    Operator SERC / NASA
    COSPAR ID 1964-015A
    SATCAT № 771
    Spacecraft properties
    Manufacturer Westinghouse Electric
    Launch mass 68 kilograms (150 lb)
    Start of mission
    Launch date 27 March 1964, 17:25:23 (1964-03-27UTC17:25:23Z) UTC
    Rocket Scout X-3
    Launch site Wallops Island LA-3
    Contractor NASA
    End of mission
    Last contact November 1964 (1964-12)
    Decay date 18 November 1967
    Orbital parameters
    Reference system Geocentric
    Regime Low Earth
    Perigee 289 kilometres (180 mi)
    Apogee 1,343 kilometres (835 mi)
    Inclination 51.6 degrees
    Period 101.21 minutes
    Epoch 3 May 1964[1]

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