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Recently Launched Satellites
In this category are all objects launched in the last 30 days and includes cargo resupply to the ISS (International Space Station) as well as those satellites placed in orbit from the ISS. Most of the satellites seen in this list are geostationary communications equipment.
Satellite Launch Norad Incl.
degrees
Apogee
Km
Perigee
Km
Period
min
Options
DRAGON CRS-20
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 7
202045341U5242341693Tracking
BEIDOU-3 G2
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 9
202045344U2835772236632Tracking
CZ-3B R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 9
202045345U2834260192602Tracking
COSMOS 2545 [GLONASS-M]
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045358U651915419130676Tracking
FREGAT R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 17
202045359U651968319249689Tracking
STARLINK-1279
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045360U5334026391Tracking
STARLINK-1301
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045361U5333725390Tracking
STARLINK-1306
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045362U5334932491Tracking
STARLINK-1311
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045363U5334830491Tracking
STARLINK-1313
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045364U5333626791Tracking
STARLINK-1317
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045365U5333526791Tracking
STARLINK-1262
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045366U5336233792Tracking
STARLINK-1273
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045367U5336433892Tracking
STARLINK-1276
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045368U5336233391Tracking
STARLINK-1277
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045369U5336233592Tracking
STARLINK-1281
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045370U5336434592Tracking
STARLINK-1287
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045371U5336333892Tracking
STARLINK-1288
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045372U5336334192Tracking
STARLINK-1295
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045373U5336333792Tracking
STARLINK-1300
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045374U5336233492Tracking
STARLINK-1302
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 18
202045375U5336333692Tracking
STARLINK-1304
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045376U5336433992Tracking
STARLINK-1305
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045377U5336133391Tracking
STARLINK-1310
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045378U5336233091Tracking
STARLINK-1319
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045379U5336233592Tracking
STARLINK-1207
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045380U5335130091Tracking
STARLINK-1258
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045381U5335229991Tracking
STARLINK-1264
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045382U5335129991Tracking
STARLINK-1266
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045383U5335230191Tracking
STARLINK-1267
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045384U5335130091Tracking
STARLINK-1268
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045385U5335330391Tracking
STARLINK-1272
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045386U5335229991Tracking
STARLINK-1274
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045387U5335230091Tracking
STARLINK-1280
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045388U5335230391Tracking
STARLINK-1283
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045389U5328922290Tracking
STARLINK-1284
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045390U5335130191Tracking
STARLINK-1289
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045391U5335230291Tracking
STARLINK-1290
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045392U5335230291Tracking
STARLINK-1291
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045393U5335229991Tracking
STARLINK-1292
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045394U5335230191Tracking
STARLINK-1297
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 18
202045395U5335329991Tracking
STARLINK-1303
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 18
202045396U5335329791Tracking
STARLINK-1307
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045397U5334830391Tracking
STARLINK-1312
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045398U5334730491Tracking
STARLINK-1255
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045399U5335630591Tracking
STARLINK-1213
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045400U5335229891Tracking
STARLINK-1256
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045401U5335129891Tracking
STARLINK-1257
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045402U5335130091Tracking
STARLINK-1259
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045403U5335230091Tracking
STARLINK-1260
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045404U5335230191Tracking
STARLINK-1263
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045405U5335229991Tracking
STARLINK-1265
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045406U5335230191Tracking
STARLINK-1275
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045407U5335230291Tracking
STARLINK-1278
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045408U5335230291Tracking
STARLINK-1282
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045409U5335230291Tracking
STARLINK-1285
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045410U5335229991Tracking
STARLINK-1293
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045411U5335330191Tracking
STARLINK-1296
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045412U5335230091Tracking
STARLINK-1298
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 15
202045413U5335329491Tracking
STARLINK-1309
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 18
202045414U5335329791Tracking
STARLINK-1316
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045415U5335129691Tracking
STARLINK-1318
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045416U5335230191Tracking
STARLINK-1286
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045417U5335633491Tracking
STARLINK-1299
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045418U5335429891Tracking
STARLINK-1308
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 16
202045419U5336032791Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045420U5333220390Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045421U5332820390Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045422U5332220290Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 14
202045423U5332220290Tracking
ONEWEB-0066
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045424U8746343394Tracking
ONEWEB-0067
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045425U8746443394Tracking
ONEWEB-0080
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045426U8746743394Tracking
ONEWEB-0090
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045427U8746843494Tracking
ONEWEB-0061
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045428U8746843494Tracking
ONEWEB-0081
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045429U8746843494Tracking
ONEWEB-0069
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045430U8746943694Tracking
ONEWEB-0031
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045431U8746943694Tracking
ONEWEB-0027
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045432U8746943794Tracking
ONEWEB-0064
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045433U8746943894Tracking
ONEWEB-0018
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045434U8746944094Tracking
ONEWEB-0083
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045435U8746944094Tracking
ONEWEB-0095
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045436U8746944194Tracking
ONEWEB-0092
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045437U8746944194Tracking
ONEWEB-0085
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045438U8747044194Tracking
ONEWEB-0096
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045439U8747144294Tracking
ONEWEB-0037
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045440U8747144294Tracking
ONEWEB-0042
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045441U8747244294Tracking
ONEWEB-0098
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045442U8747344294Tracking
ONEWEB-0055
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045443U8747444294Tracking
ONEWEB-0093
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045444U8747544294Tracking
ONEWEB-0029
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045445U8747644294Tracking
ONEWEB-0068
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045446U8747644294Tracking
ONEWEB-0046
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045447U8747744294Tracking
ONEWEB-0063
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045448U8747744394Tracking
ONEWEB-0019
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045449U8747844394Tracking
ONEWEB-0094
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045450U8747844494Tracking
ONEWEB-0087
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045451U8747844594Tracking
ONEWEB-0082
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045452U8747844594Tracking
ONEWEB-0050
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045453U8747844694Tracking
ONEWEB-0034
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045454U8747844794Tracking
ONEWEB-0060
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045455U8747844794Tracking
ONEWEB-0086
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045456U8747844894Tracking
ONEWEB-0088
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 21
202045457U8747844994Tracking
YAOGAN-30 R
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 24
202045460U3562559997Tracking
YAOGAN-30 S
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 24
202045461U3560959897Tracking
YAOGAN-30 T
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 24
202045462U3560259097Tracking
CZ-2C R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 23
202045463U3560539895Tracking
TDO-2 SPACECRAFT
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 26
202045464U2635459201625Tracking
AEHF-6 (USA 298)
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 27
202045465U133531114147910Tracking
ATLAS 5 CENTAUR R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Mar 27
202045466U133529910860839Tracking
Satellites Orbital Parameters

The table above shows the main parameters and information available for this satellite.

Satellite: This column shows the name of the object in orbit. In some cases the official name ends with the words R/B, meaning that it is a piece or any stage from some rocket booster.

Norad: North American Aerospace Defense Command, the Air Defence Command of the United States, responsible for the catalogue of objects in orbit. The number indicates the record of the satellite in the Norad archives.

Inclination: Angle formed between the orbit of the satellite and terrestrial line of the equator. Satellites with inclination of 0 degrees follow the equator line and are called equatorial orbit satellites. When the inclination is 90 degrees its orbit crosses the terrestrial poles and are called polar orbiting satellites. When the inclination is less or equal latitude of the place of observation, the satellite be seen directly if conditions permit.

Apogee: Maximum distance that the object is far from the center of the Earth.

Perigee: Highest approchement between the object and the center of the Earth. The figures shown already discounting the radius of the Earth, 6378 Km. One Perigee value equal to the value of Apogee indicates a circular orbit satellite.

Period: Value in minutes that a satellite takes to complete one orbit of perigee to perigee. Satellites in polar orbit, positioned at 800 km in altitude will take approximately 102 minutes to complete one revolution. The International Space Station, 350 km above the surface, completes its orbit in 90 minutes.

The lower the altitude of a satellite, more speed he needs to keep in orbit and not re-enters the atmosphere.

Geostationary satellites have a period of approximately 1436 minutes with inclination of 0 degrees (equatorial orbit). Because this is the same time it takes Earth to complete one turn on its axis, geostationary satellites appear static on the same geographic point. To this happens the satellite should be positioned about 36 thousand kilometers in altitude.

Note and Frequency: Filled with additional information where possible. The frequencies shown, when provided, are those captured by enthusiasts or informed by the official organizations of disclosure.

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