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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
CSUNSAT1 November 20, 1998
INMARSAT 5-F4 May 15, 2017
GSAT 9 GSAT-9, also known as the South Asia Satellite, is a Ku-band broadcasting and telecommunications spacecraft which India has developed to provide services to members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). May 5, 2017
SGDC SGDC is the first Brazilian government satellite, as well as the initial spacecraft to be launched by Arianespace for Visiona Tecnologia Espacial S. May 4, 2017
KOREASAT 7 KOREASAT-7 is a geostationary satellite designed to provide improved throughput and wider coverage over Korea, Philippines, Indochina, India, and Indonesia. May 4, 2017
USA 276 May 1, 2017 Unable to track
TIANZHOU 1 TIANZHOU-1 is a Chinese mission on a mission is to conduct the on-orbit refueling of the Tiangong-2 space station. April 20, 2017
SOYUZ MS-04 SOYUZ MS-04 is a Soyuz spaceflight that launched on 20 April 2017 to the ISS. April 20, 2017
CYGNUS OA-7 CYGNUS OA-7, also known as Orbital Sciences CRS Flight 7, is the eighth flight of the Orbital ATK unmanned resupply spacecraft Cygnus and its seventh flight to the International Space Station under the Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA. April 18, 2017
CHINASAT 16 CHINASAT 16 is a geostationary Chinese satellite developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST). April 12, 2017
SES-10 SES-10 is a geostationary communications satellite operated by SES and is designed and manufactured by Airbus Defence and Space on the Eurostar E3000 platform. March 30, 2017
WGS 9 (USA 275) WGS-9, which was purchased for the Air Force by a group of other nations in exchange for access to the WGS system, will join the eight satellites already in orbit which launched between 2007 and 2016. March 19, 2017
IGS RADAR-5 IGS RADAR-5 (The Information Gathering Satellite) is Japan’s sixth radar reconnaissance satellite. March 17, 2017
ECHOSTAR 23 ECHOSTAR 23 was constructed by Space Systems Loral (SSL), based on the SSL-1300 bus. March 16, 2017
LEMUR 2 TRUTNAHD November 20, 1998
LEMUR 2 AUSTINTACIOUS November 20, 1998
LEMUR 2 TRUTNA November 20, 1998
TECHEDSAT 5 November 20, 1998
SENTINEL 2B SENTINEL 2B is a European environmental and Earth observation spacecraft, the fifth Copernicus satellite to launch since deployments began in 2014. March 7, 2017
TK-1 TK-1 is a small Chinese polar satellite designed to be used for remote sensing, telecommunications and experiments in minisatellite-based technologies. March 2, 2017
LEMUR 2 REDFERN-GOES November 20, 1998
USA 274 USA 274 is a military satellite that carries equipment to track ships and aircraft via their radio transmissions. March 1, 2017
PROGRESS MS-05 PROGRESS MS-05, identified by NASA as Progress 66 or 66P, is a Progress spacecraft that has been used by Roscosmos to resupply the International Space Station (ISS). February 22, 2017
FLOCK 3P 71 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 83 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 31 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 74 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 78 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 82 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 29 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 87 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 81 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 56 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 55 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 13 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 15 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 39 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 38 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 62 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 63 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 44 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 47 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 46 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 52 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 50 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 65 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 66 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 80 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 77 February 15, 2017
FLOCK 3P 71 February 15, 2017