# [amsat-bb] Dimensions of AO-13

M. Menendez ea1bcu at amsat.org
Thu Jun 8 08:52:41 UTC 2017

```HI,
AMSAT-DL has the answer for this discussion, while they decide to give a response, this is in an information obtained from an AMSAT-DL presentation.

http://mstl.atl.calpoly.edu/~bklofas/Presentations/AMSATUK2009/3b_Gulzow-P3E.pdf

AMSAT P3-E (Phase 3 Express)
Basic data
Total mass at lift-off ..150 kg
Satellite mass in orbit .90 kg

Dimensions .Height 50cm / Span 1.30m

Spin stabilized .20 – 40 rpm
Propulsion .220 N engine (EADS-ST)
Propellant .25.8 liter MON, 24.7 liter MMH
pressurized by Helium bottle, 2 liter He at 400 bar
Orbit .HEO, 2000km perigee, 44000km apogee, 50° Incl.
14 hour period (same Apogee every 7 days)
Launcher ARIANE-5, French Guiana, Kourou

73, EA1BCU

El 08/06/17 a las 00:50, Robert Bruninga escribió:

Unless I missed something, this still does not answer the question.  The
value of 40 mm is *not* a major dimension of the P3 frame.  Neither is
40cm.

The question was these dimensions, 600 x 40 x 200.  They don't make sense
in mm...

Please advise. Or at least if you are going to say "all dimensinos are in
mm" please tell us *what* dimensions are being talked about?  This thread
all has to do with the dimensions qquoted above.

Bob, WB4aPR

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All measurements in mm
nearly the same data for P3 A,B,C, and E ( AO 10, 13,) depence on antennae
and rocket motor

Michael, DD5ER
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Am 06. Jun. 2017 um 08:40 schrieb Michael R. Lengruesser:

All measurements in mm
Nearly the same data for P3 A,B,C, and E ( AO 10, 13,) depence on
antennae and rocket motor

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bfhas168it863ry/AACZa30Eq49o_YUSK140NGb9a?d
l=0

Michael R. Lengruesser, DD5ER

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Am 04. Jun. 2017 um 19:13 schrieb Stewart Todd Morgan:

See "Spotlight On:  AMSAT-OSCAR-13" by John A. Magliacane, KD2BD:

https://web.archive.org/web/19961028042702/http://amsat.org:80/amsat/
sats/n7hpr/ao13_kd2.html

Todd
AL0I
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