Key Hole


Key Hole
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Key Hole, trou de serrure en français, est le nom de code de certains satellites espions américains successeurs du programme Corona.

Il y en a actuellement officieusement quatre en orbite héliosynchrone. Ils sont désignés sous les sigles KH-11 et KH-12. Leur structure peut être comparés au télescope spatial Hubble, avec en particulier un miroir de grand diamètre. Leur masse est de l'ordre de 20 tonnes.

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