Kosmos 381

Summary

Cosmos 381 (Russian: Космос 381) is a Soviet Kosmos equipped satellite. It was designed to research the outer spheres of the Earth and the cosmos around it. It was programmed by the Soviet Academy of Sciences. It was operated by the Defense Ministry of the Soviet Union (Russian: Министерство обороны – МО).

Launch

It was launched to a Low Earth Orbit by a Kosmos-3 rocket (11K65M) from the LC–132/2 starting point at Plesetsk Cosmodrome on 2 December 1970.

Orbit

The main route of the orbital unit was an ellipse with an inclination of 104.80 minutes, 74.03 degree. It was a satellite with stabilised rounding, where it was stabilised with the Earth's magnetic sphere. It was 710 kilograms. Its energy was generated by a chemical rechargeable batteries. Time of its atmospheric entry is unknown.

See also

External links

  • Űrhajózási lexikon. Chief editor Iván Almár. Budapest: Akadémiai – Zrínyi. 1981. ISBN 963 05 2348 5
  • Lib.Cas
  • Nasa-Gsfc
  • Astronautix