The orbit will be inclined 60 degrees relative to the Equator.

If the launch site is located at a latitude of 60 degrees, then the rocket can launch due east and achieve this inclination. Any other latitude will require the rocket to turn south to intersect the required inclination, resulting in a reduction in payload mass reaching the desired orbital altitude.

Even though the south turn results in a horrendous reduction in payload capability to orbit, it is an acceptable sacrifice since a 60–degree inclination provides a better opportunity for Earth observation for both the tourists and the scientists.