Mayak-12  
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Origin: Ukraine
Corporations: National Space Agency of Ukraine (operation), Yuzhmash (production) and Yuzhnoye (design)
Parent System: Mayak
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Family Members: Mayak-22 and Mayak-23
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Description: The Mayak is a family of space launch system being developed by National Space Center of Ukraine, Yushnoye design bureau and Yushmash machine-building plant for the global launch services market. The projected family members are based on a modular design with tandem rockets and multiple stages with the option to add strapon rocket boosters enabling greater payloads. Employing a mixture of oxygen and kerosene liquid fuel, these vehicles will lift-off with a mass ranging from 130 to 320 tons. The Mayak space launch vehicle family leverages existing and under development space technologies and is influenced by current Zenit and Cyclone rockets.

The Mayak-12 is the smaller member of the Mayak family having two stages and a maximum lift-off mass of 130t.

Mayak-12 Specifications

Number of Stages: 2
Dimensions
Height: 33.4 meter (1,315 inch)
Rocket Diameter: 3 meter
Weight
Max Lift-off Weight: 130 ton (286,596 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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