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TRACKING AND DATA RELAY SATELLITE SYSTEM SATELLITES

The Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System (TDRSS) is a network of communications satellites and ground stations used by NASA for space communications. The system was designed to replace an existing network of ground stations that had supported all of NASA's manned flight missions. The prime design goal was to increase the time spacecraft were in communication with the ground and improve the amount of data that could be transferred.

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NameNORAD IDInt'l CodeLaunch datePeriod
[minutes]
Action
ETS 7250641997-074BNovember 27, 199790.9
HST205801990-037BApril 24, 199095.5
SORCE276512003-004AJanuary 25, 200396.8
SPACE STATION255441998-067ANovember 20, 199892.6
TDRS 1139691983-026BApril 4, 19831458.3
TDRS 10275662002-055ADecember 5, 20021436.2
TDRS 11390702013-004AJanuary 31, 20131436.1
TDRS 3195481988-091BSeptember 29, 19881436.1
TDRS 4198831989-021BMarch 13, 19891462.2
TDRS 5216391991-054BAugust 2, 19911435.9
TDRS 6223141993-003BJanuary 13, 19931436.1
TDRS 7236131995-035BJuly 13, 19951436.1
TDRS 8263882000-034AJune 30, 20001436.1
TDRS 9273892002-011AMarch 8, 20021436.1
TDRS-12395042014-004AJanuary 23, 20141436.1
VESSELSAT 1378402011-058COctober 12, 2011102.1
VESSELSAT 2380472012-001BJanuary 9, 201292.5