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Epsilon S – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Epsilon S – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

  • Family: Epsilon
  • Length: 24.4 m
  • Diameter: 2.5 m
  • Launch Mass: 91 T

The Epsilon S, manufactured by Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency established in 2003, undertook its inaugural launch on 09/14/2013. Notably, Epsilon S has 0 successful launches and 0 failed attempts, with a cumulative tally of 0 launches, currently with 3 pending launches in the pipeline.

The Epsilon S rocket is a Japanese solid-fuel rocket designed to launch scientific satellites. It is a follow-on project to the larger and more expensive M-V rocket which was retired in 2006. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) began developing the Epsilon in 2007. The first stage is based on SRB-3, the strap-on solid-rocket booster of H3

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