A report on Explorer 34 and Explorer 41

The spacecraft was put into space between the launches of Explorer 33 (IMP-D / AIMP-1) in 1966 and Explorer 35 (IMP-E / AIMP-2) in July 1967, but the next satellite to use Explorer 34's general design was Explorer 41 (IMP-G / IMP-5), which flew in 1969.

- Explorer 34

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

- Explorer 41

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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 41 (IMP-G) was the next IMP spacecraft to fly after Explorer 35, in 1969.