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Re: Russia Suspends Dnepr Launches



Currently the cost for cubesats is right around $40k.  It is my 
understanding that only $10k of that goes to Russia and the other $30k 
goes to CalPoly as the launch-integrator.

Garrett Chandler
KySat1 Team Leader
www.kysat.com

Garrett Chandler, EIT
Graduate Research Assistant
gchandler@uky.edu

Computer & Electrical Engineering
University of Kentucky
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Matt Bennett wrote:

>Dave,
>
>Thanks for posting the article. The last statistics I
>saw indicated $40k-$50k for DNEPR launch costs, but I
>welcome any Cubesat organizations from the latest
>launch groups to comment if this is incorrect...
>
>Matt Bennett
>KF6RTB
>
>--- Dave hartzell <hartzell@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>  
>
>>A comment is made in the article below about the
>>failed Cubesat launch...
>>
>>
>>    
>>
>http://www.space.com/missionlaunches/060801_dnepr_investigation.html
>  
>
>>Anyone know what a Dnepr launch costs?
>>
>>Dave
>>N0TGD
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