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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
SBIRS GEO-5 (USA 315)
1st orbit: 2021 May 4
202148618U835796357831436Tracking
TDO-3
1st orbit: 2021 May 18
202148619U264409177134Tracking
TDO-4
1st orbit: 2021 May 18
202148620U264405179134Tracking
HAIYANG-2D
1st orbit: 2021 May 19
202148621U66959945104Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 19
202148622U66953927104Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 19
202148623U66961904104Tracking
CZ-4B R/B
1st orbit: 2021 May 19
202148624U66937709101Tracking
CZ-4B DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 19
202148625U66973892104Tracking
SPACEBEE-65
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148626U9753451095Tracking
SPACEBEE-64
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148627U9753451095Tracking
SPACEBEE-66
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148628U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-67
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148629U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-68
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148630U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-69
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148631U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-70
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148632U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-71
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148633U9753551095Tracking
SPACEBEE-72
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148634U9753651095Tracking
SPACEBEE-73
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148635U9753651095Tracking
SPACEBEE-74
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148636U9753651095Tracking
SPACEBEE-75
1st orbit: 2021 Jan 22
202148637U9753751095Tracking
STARLINK-2758
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148638U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2739
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148639U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2736
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148640U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2754
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148641U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2646
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148642U5335034892Tracking
STARLINK-2704
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148643U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2695
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148644U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2733
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148645U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2732
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148646U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2691
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148647U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2521
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148648U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2673
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148649U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-2672
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148650U5335235192Tracking
STARLINK-2731
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148651U5335235092Tracking
STARLINK-2727
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148652U5335135092Tracking
STARLINK-2720
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148653U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2651
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148654U5335534492Tracking
STARLINK-2657
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148655U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2701
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148656U5335034892Tracking
STARLINK-2734
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148657U5335034892Tracking
STARLINK-2647
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148658U5335034892Tracking
STARLINK-2717
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148659U5335034892Tracking
STARLINK-2688
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148660U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2708
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148661U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2726
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148662U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2667
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148663U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2709
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148664U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2653
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148665U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2666
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148666U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2735
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148667U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2738
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148668U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2707
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148669U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2763
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148670U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2745
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148671U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2705
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148672U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2711
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148673U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2712
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148674U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2737
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148675U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2746
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148676U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2719
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148677U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2615
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148678U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2648
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148679U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2649
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148680U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2725
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148681U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2743
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148682U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2756
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148683U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2741
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148684U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2751
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148685U5335034992Tracking
STARLINK-2629
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148686U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2627
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148687U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2742
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148688U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2617
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148689U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2740
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148690U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2750
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148691U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2752
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148692U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2618
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148693U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2748
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148694U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2616
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148695U5335134992Tracking
STARLINK-2753
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148696U5335635592Tracking
STARLINK-2715
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 1
202148697U5335134992Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 26
202148698U5325523389Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 26
202148699U5325523489Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 26
202148700U5325022789Tracking
FALCON 9 DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 26
202148701U5324122389Tracking
ONEWEB-0211
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148767U8744743993Tracking
ONEWEB-0223
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148768U8744643193Tracking
ONEWEB-0230
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148769U8745744794Tracking
ONEWEB-0237
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148770U8745544294Tracking
ONEWEB-0235
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148771U8746445694Tracking
ONEWEB-0242
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148772U8744743593Tracking
ONEWEB-0241
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148773U8744944093Tracking
ONEWEB-0243
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148774U8745644394Tracking
ONEWEB-0222
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148775U8744743493Tracking
ONEWEB-0244
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148776U8744844093Tracking
ONEWEB-0247
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148777U8744944093Tracking
ONEWEB-0245
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148778U8745444194Tracking
ONEWEB-0229
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148779U8744744093Tracking
ONEWEB-0228
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148780U8745143993Tracking
ONEWEB-0232
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148781U8745444294Tracking
ONEWEB-0231
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148782U8744743893Tracking
ONEWEB-0234
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148783U8745043993Tracking
ONEWEB-0238
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148784U8744743593Tracking
ONEWEB-0240
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148785U8744744093Tracking
ONEWEB-0246
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148786U8746245494Tracking
ONEWEB-0210
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148787U8745243993Tracking
ONEWEB-0214
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148788U8746545794Tracking
ONEWEB-0221
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148789U8744643193Tracking
ONEWEB-0213
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148790U8744643293Tracking
ONEWEB-0212
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148791U8744643193Tracking
ONEWEB-0227
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148792U8745044093Tracking
ONEWEB-0226
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148793U8745944794Tracking
ONEWEB-0224
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 2
202148794U8747046094Tracking
ONEWEB-0233
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148795U8746745894Tracking
ONEWEB-0190
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148796U8745944994Tracking
ONEWEB-0236
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148797U8746345594Tracking
ONEWEB-0248
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148798U8744743693Tracking
ONEWEB-0225
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148799U8744744093Tracking
ONEWEB-0215
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148800U8746045094Tracking
ONEWEB-0216
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 3
202148801U8746145294Tracking
ONEWEB-0239
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 4
202148802U8745744494Tracking
TIANZHOU-2
1st orbit: 2021 Apr 28
202148803U4138737592Tracking
CZ-7 R/B
1st orbit: 2021 May 29
202148804U4117113988Tracking
CZ-7 DEB
1st orbit: 2021 May 29
202148805U4132817890Tracking
FENGYUN 4B
1st orbit: 2021 May 22
202148808U035785357831436Tracking
CZ-3B R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 2
202148809U2934283167601Tracking
DRAGON CRS-22
1st orbit: 2016 May 11
202148831U5242241793Tracking
SXM-8
1st orbit: 2021 May 17
202148838U035740340711391Tracking
FALCON 9 R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 6
202148839U2719360233341Tracking
2021-050A
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 11
202148840U9850248895Tracking
2021-050B
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 11
202148841U9850248795Tracking
2021-050C
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 11
202148842U9850248795Tracking
2021-050D
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 11
202148843U9850348995Tracking
ODYSSEY
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 13
202148844U9745240493Tracking
PEGASUS R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Jun 13
202148845U9745240493Tracking
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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