14 CFR 1214.117 - Launch and orbit parameters for a standard launch.

§ 1214.117 Launch and orbit parameters for a standard launch.
To qualify for the standard flight price, all payloads must meet the following launch criteria:
(a) For dedicated flights:
(1) Launch from Kennedy Space Center (KSC) into the customer's choice of two standard mission orbits: 160 NM circular orbit, 28.5° inclination (nominal), or 160 NM circular orbit, 57° inclination (nominal).
(2) Launch on a date selected by NASA within the scheduling constraints specified in the launch agreement.
(3) Launch at a time, selected by NASA, from a launch window of not less than 1 hour (a more restrictive launch window may be provided as an optional service).
(b) For shared flights from KSC to the standard mission orbit of 160 NM circular orbit, 28.5° inclination (nominal):
(1) Launch on a date selected by NASA within the scheduling constraints specified in the launch agreement.
(2) Launch at any time of day, selected by NASA.

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U.S. Code: Title 18 - CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
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