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J-1 F2
All-solid rocket motor launch vehicle. Because of the high cost, the original J-1 design was superseded by an alternate J-1 F2 with a different booster stage.

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Associated Launch Vehicles
  • J Japanese all-solid orbital launch vehicle. All-solid rocket motor launch vehicle. Because of the high cost, the original J-1 design was superseded by an alternate J-1 F2 with a different booster stage. More...
  • J-1 Japanese all-solid orbital launch vehicle. Original version. More...
  • J-1 F2 Japanese all-solid orbital launch vehicle. Lower cost alternate to the original J-1 design. Uses the SRB-A of the H-2A vehicle as the first stage, the second and third stages of the J-1, with updated avionics. More...

Associated Launch Sites
  • Tanegashima Japan's main launch site for he larger N and H launch vehicles. In use for sounding rockets from 1967 and orbital launches from 1975. As of 2007 over 140 major launches had been made from the site. More...

J Chronology


1996 February 11 - . 23:00 GMT - . Launch Site: Tanegashima. Launch Complex: Tanegashima N. LV Family: J. Launch Vehicle: J-1. LV Configuration: J-1 J-1-1F.
  • Hyflex Spacecraft test - . Nation: Japan. Agency: NASDA. Apogee: 110 km (60 mi).

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