Explorer 34

NASA satellite launched as part of Explorer program.

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Explorer 35

Spin-stabilized spacecraft built by NASA as part of the Explorer program.

Spin-stabilized spacecraft built by NASA as part of the Explorer program.

However, Explorer 34 (IMP-F), with a different design and mission objectives, was launched about two months prior to IMP-E.

Explorer 33

Spacecraft in the Explorer program launched by NASA on 1 July 1966 on a mission of scientific exploration.

Spacecraft in the Explorer program launched by NASA on 1 July 1966 on a mission of scientific exploration.

Explorer 35 (AIMP-E, AIMP 2) was the companion spacecraft to Explorer 33 in the Anchored IMP program, but Explorer 34 (IMP-F) was the next spacecraft to fly, launching about two months before AIMP-E, both in 1967.

Explorer 41

NASA satellite launched as part of Explorer program.

NASA satellite launched as part of Explorer program.

Its predecessor in the strict IMP series of launches was Explorer 34, launched in May 1967, which shared a similar design to Explorer 41.