SNOE (Student Nitric Oxide Explorer)
SNOE (Student Nitric Oxide Explorer) was a small satellite built by the University of Colorado to measure how the density of nitric oxide in the atmosphere varies with altitude. It was the first satellite in the STEDI (Student Explorer Demonstration Initiative) program.
|launch date||Feb 26, 1998|
|launch vehicle||Pegasus XL|
|launch site||Vandenberg Air Force Base|
|orbit||529 × 581 km × 97.7°|