ComSat Mun II (Archive) 

^^ Craft Information - Orbital Adjustment (9/8/15) ^^

After the first ComSat was sent to Mun it became immediately apparent that the supplied batteries were not enough, as engineers forgot to allow for a solar eclipse by Kerbin. This second ComSat was the first to make use of capacitor technology to store extra power for use during long night transits. Its transfer stage was also used as an impactor. It currently operates in an orbit of around 1,150km

After 4 months of drift due to suspended operations, the satellite only required an extremely small tweak to its orbital period once it had settled back to an optimal distance from ComSat Mun I on its own.

Launched: 8/9/14 @ 13:00:00 UTC
Avg Velocity: 0.220km/s
Periapsis: 1,147.204km
Apoapsis: 1,150.294km
Eccentricity: 0.001146
Inclination: 0.077°
Orbital Period: 38,561.86s
Last Update: 9/8/15 @ 21:39 UTC
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Active Vessels

    1. HXF-644 (Class-C)
    2. BCF-204 (Class-E)
      1. ComSat Mun I
      2. ComSat Mun II
      3. ComSat Mun III
      4. Mun III Heat Shield
      5. Munar Orbiter III
      6. Mun III Derelict
      7. Mu-SCAN
      1. ComSat Minmus I Transfer Stage
      2. ComSat Minmus I
      3. ComSat Minmus II
      4. ComSat Minmus III
      5. Mi-SCAN
      6. ComSat Minmus III Transfer Stage
      7. Mi-SCAN Transfer Stage
    1. ComSat Link-1
    2. Mun III Rescue Vehicle Interstage Fairing
    3. Mun III Rescue Vehicle Interstage Fairing
    4. Mun III Rescue Vehicle Transfer Stage
    5. IP ComSat I
    6. IP ComSat II
    7. IP ComSat II Transfer Stage
    8. IP LinkSat
    9. KWO-1
    10. KWO-2
    11. LKO ComSat I
    12. LKO ComSat II
    13. LKO ComSat III
    14. Meeny (Class-A)
    15. Mun II Lift Stage
    16. Lupek
    17. Mi-SCAN Lift Stage
    18. Kerman Space Telescope
    19. Docking Test Capsule
    20. KDO MkIII
    1. Duna I
    2. Duna IPLink-1
    3. Phos
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