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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
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HJ-2A
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046478U9865663098Tracking
HJ-2B
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046479U9865662298Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046480U9865260197Tracking
CZ-4B R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046481U9865442995Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046482U9869752097Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046483U9865251496Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046484U9866959897Tracking
GONETS-M 17
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046486U8315121492116Tracking
GONETS-M 18
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046487U8215101489116Tracking
GONETS-M 19
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046488U8315041484116Tracking
MEZNSAT
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046489U9856954396Tracking
YARILO 1
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046490U9856954396Tracking
YARILO 2
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046491U9856954396Tracking
2020-068G
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046492U9856954396Tracking
DEKART
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046493U9856954496Tracking
NORBI
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046494U9856954496Tracking
SALSAT
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046495U9856954596Tracking
ICEYE-X7
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046496U9856954796Tracking
ICEYE-X6
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046497U9856954796Tracking
KEPLER-5 (AMIDALA)
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 28
202046498U9856855196Tracking
KEPLER-4 (ANTILLES)
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046499U9856855196Tracking
LEMUR-2-SLICERS
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046500U9856855296Tracking
LEMUR-2-DAYWZAGOODDAY
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046501U9856955296Tracking
LEMUR-2-SUSURRUS
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046502U9856955296Tracking
LEMUR-2-NICHOL
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046503U9856955296Tracking
2020-068U
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046504U9856955396Tracking
2020-068V
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046505U9856955396Tracking
2020-068W
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046506U9856955496Tracking
2020-068X
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046507U9856955496Tracking
FLOCK 4V-16
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 29
202046527U9752951595Tracking
FLOCK 4V-15
1st orbit: 2020 Sep 27
202046528U9752151495Tracking
FLOCK 4V-17
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 2
202046529U9752151595Tracking
CYGNUS NG-14
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046530U5242041893Tracking
STARLINK-1644
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046532U5335435292Tracking
STARLINK-1648
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046533U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1659
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046534U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1663
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046535U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1668
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046536U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1672
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046537U5334834691Tracking
STARLINK-1678
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046538U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1684
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046539U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1685
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046540U5335334091Tracking
STARLINK-1687
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046541U5331931891Tracking
STARLINK-1692
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046542U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1693
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046543U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1694
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046544U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1696
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046545U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1697
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046546U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1698
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046547U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1699
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046548U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1700
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046549U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1701
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046550U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1702
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046551U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1649
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046552U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1664
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046553U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1671
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046554U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1674
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046555U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1676
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046556U5334934792Tracking
STARLINK-1679
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046557U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1680
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046558U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1681
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046559U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1706
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046560U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1709
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046561U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1714
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046562U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1730
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046563U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1733
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046564U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1735
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046565U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1740
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046566U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1741
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046567U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1743
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046568U5335135092Tracking
STARLINK-1747
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046569U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1748
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046570U5330630291Tracking
STARLINK-1753
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046571U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1531
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046572U5335135092Tracking
STARLINK-1650
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046573U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1660
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046574U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1675
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046575U5334834691Tracking
STARLINK-1677
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046576U5334934791Tracking
STARLINK-1682
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046577U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1683
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046578U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1705
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046579U5335335292Tracking
STARLINK-1708
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046580U5335335192Tracking
STARLINK-1712
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046581U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1728
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046582U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1729
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046583U5335435292Tracking
STARLINK-1732
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046584U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1736
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046585U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1737
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 3
202046586U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-1744
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046587U5327826990Tracking
STARLINK-1746
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046588U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1749
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046589U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1754
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046590U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-1755
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046591U5335235092Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046592U5326224290Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046593U5326224190Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046594U5325523989Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046595U5325423689Tracking
FLOCK 4V-21
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 14
202046596U9752351595Tracking
FLOCK 4V-18
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 6
202046597U9752851595Tracking
FLOCK 4V-19
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 9
202046609U9752251595Tracking
GAOFEN 13
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046610U235800357741436Tracking
CZ-3B R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 11
202046611U2834381135603Tracking
FLOCK 4V-20
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 12
202046612U9752851595Tracking
SOYUZ-MS 17
1st orbit: 2016 May 11
202046613U5242041893Tracking
FALCON 9 R/B
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 1
202046669U5326123889Tracking
STARLINK-1819
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 10
202046670U5325624089Tracking
FLOCK 4V-22
1st orbit: 2020 Oct 20
202046735U9752651495Tracking
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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