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MOST RECENT LAUNCHES

This is a listing of the most recent launched satellites, ordered by launch date

Name Description Launched Action
FLOCK 2EP 19 November 20, 1998
CS1 3U DOVE November 20, 1998
CS1 3U DOVE November 20, 1998
SKYSAT C3 September 16, 2016
SKYSAT C2 September 16, 2016
SKYSAT C5 September 16, 2016
SKYSAT C4 September 16, 2016
PERUSAT 1 September 16, 2016
CS2 3U DOVE November 20, 1998
OFEQ 11 September 13, 2016
INSAT 3DR September 8, 2016
INTELSAT 33E INTELSAT 33E in a 14,550-pound (6.6-metric ton) communications geostationary satellite, based on Boeing's 702MP platform. August 24, 2016
INTELSAT 36 INTELSAT 36 in a 7,171 pound (3,253 kg) communications geostationary satellite designed to distribute video programming across sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. August 24, 2016
USA 271 August 19, 2016
USA 270 August 19, 2016
3CAT-2 3CAT-2 is a 6U cubesat operated by the BarcelonaTech Remote Sensing Laboratory at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. August 15, 2016
QSS QSS (Quantum Science Satellite, or MOZI, Micius) is designed to prove the viability of quantum communications from space, an innovation that could lead to a worldwide network to transmit hack-proof messages among military forces, financial institutions and multinational companies. August 15, 2016
JCSAT 16 JCSAT 16 is a geostationary Japanese video and data relay satellite. August 14, 2016
GAOFEN 3 GAOFEN 3 is a radar imaging satellite, made by the China Academy of Space Technology. August 9, 2016
TIANTONG-1 1 TIANTONG-1 1 is a geostationary mobile communications satellite, the first satellite of China's home-made satellite mobile telecom system, and a key part of the country's space information infrastructure. August 5, 2016
USA 269 July 28, 2016
PROGRESS MS-03 PROGRESS MS-03 (aka Progress 64P) is a cargo spacecraft carrying 5,300 pounds (2,404 kg) of fuel and supplies for the International Space Station. July 16, 2016
SOYUZ MS-01 SOYUZ MS-01 is a Soyuz spaceflight transporting three members of the Expedition 48 crew to the International Space Station. July 7, 2016
SJ 16-02 SJ 16-02 is a secretive Chinese satellite, being the second Shijian 16. June 29, 2016
AX-1 June 25, 2016
MUOS 5 MUOS-5 is the fifth communications spacecraft for the Navy's Mobile User Objective System. June 24, 2016
BEESAT 4 June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 3 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 1 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 5 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 7 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 12 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 8 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 10 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 4 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 9 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 2 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
FLOCK 2P 11 FLOCK 2P is a Dove satellite built and owned by Planet, a venture capital-financed company headquartered in San Francisco. June 22, 2016
SWAYAM SWAYAM is a 1-U picosatellite (CubeSat) developed by the undergraduate students of College of Engineering, Pune. June 22, 2016
M3MSAT M3MSAT is a Canadian satellite managed by the Canadian Space Agency and Defense Research and Development Canada, part of the country's Department of National Defense. June 22, 2016
BIROS The BIROS satellite developed by DLR, the German Aerospace Center, is equipped with an infrared detector to find forest fires. June 22, 2016
LAPAN A3 LAPAN A3 is an Earth-observing microsatellite, developed by Indonesia's National Institute of Aeronautics and Space. June 22, 2016
GHGSAT-D GHGSat-D (nicknamed Claire) is a demonstration satellite for GHGSat Inc, a Montreal company which hopes to field a fleet of small spacecraft to monitor greenhouse gas output, supplying data to corporate customers who want to manage their emission rates. June 22, 2016
SKYSAT C1 SKYSAT C1 is the first of 19 operational Earth Observation Satellites in the initial constellation operated by Terra Bella (formerly Skybox imaging) to collect high-resolution panchromatic and multispectral images and video of Earth to be offered on the commercial market. June 22, 2016
SATHYABAMASAT SATHYABAMASAT's primary mission is to measure the densities of the green house gases over the region in which it moves on using ARGUS 1000 IR Spectrometer. June 22, 2016
CARTOSAT 2C CARTOSAT 2C is a military Indian satellite able to resolve objects on the ground as small as 60 centimeters (2 feet). June 22, 2016
LEMUR-2 CUBECHEESE March 23, 2016
LEMUR-2 NATE March 23, 2016
LEMUR-2 DRMUZZ March 23, 2016
LEMUR-2 BRIDGEMAN March 23, 2016