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Track HIMAWARI 5 (GMS 5) now!
HIMAWARI 5 (GMS 5) is classified as:

NORAD ID: 23522
Int'l Code: 1995-011B
Perigee: 36,017.6 km
Apogee: 36,060.7 km
Inclination: 12.7 °
Period: 1,448.7 minutes
Semi major axis: 42410 km
RCS: 6.3095 m2 (large)
Launch date: March 18, 1995
Source: Japan (JPN)

GMS 5 was a Japanese geostationary meteorological spacecraft. It replaced GMS 4 (1989-070A) and was initially parked at 140 E longitude. It carried visible and infrared spin-scan radiometers that provided global pictures every 25 minutes at a resolution of 1.25 km (visible) and 5.0 km (infrared). It also had an infrared channel to monitor water vapor content in the atmosphere
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 23522U 95011B   17206.45879389 -.00000181 +00000-0 +00000-0 0  9990
2 23522 012.6509 029.6704 0005078 079.1651 100.4583 00.99402785081303
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC