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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
PROGRESS MS-05 February 22, 2017
DRAGON CRS-10 DRAGON CRS-10, also known as SpX-10 or simply CRS-10, is a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. February 19, 2017
NAYIF (EO-88) NAYIF (EO-88) is a small satellite designed to send and receive messages on amateur radio frequencies. February 15, 2017
INS-1B February 15, 2017
INS-1A February 15, 2017
CARTOSAT 2D February 15, 2017
HISPASAT 36W-1 HISPASAT 36W-1 is a Spanish-owned communications satellite built in Germany to test new commercial telecom technologies and provide video, voice and data relay services. January 28, 2017
DSN-2 January 24, 2017 Unable to track
OSNSAT November 20, 1998
SBIRS GEO 3 (USA 273) January 21, 2017
TUPOD November 20, 1998
AOBA-VELOX 3 November 20, 1998
WASEDA-SAT3 November 20, 1998
EGG November 20, 1998
ITF-2 November 20, 1998
TANCREDO-1 November 20, 1998
IRIDIUM 111 IRIDIUM 111 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 112 IRIDIUM 112 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 108 IRIDIUM 108 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 114 IRIDIUM 114 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 104 IRIDIUM 104 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 105 IRIDIUM 105 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 102 IRIDIUM 102 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 109 IRIDIUM 109 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 103 IRIDIUM 103 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
IRIDIUM 106 IRIDIUM 106 is one of the 10 'Iridium Next' satellites launched on January 14, 2017 designed by Thales Alenia Space in France, and then assembled and tested in an assembly line fashion in partnership with Orbital ATK in Arizona. January 14, 2017
JILIN-1-03 January 9, 2017
TJS-2 TJS-2 is a geostationary satellite, designed to be 'No. January 5, 2017
SUPERVIEW-1 02 SUPERVIEW-1 02 and SUPERVIEW-1 01 are designed to collect optical black-and-white imagery with a resolution of less than 20 inches (about 50 centimeters), making them the highest-resolution civilian Earth-observing satellites launched by China. December 28, 2016
SUPERVIEW-1 01 SUPERVIEW-1 01 and SUPERVIEW-1 02 are designed to collect optical black-and-white imagery with a resolution of less than 20 inches (about 50 centimeters), making them the highest-resolution civilian Earth-observing satellites launched by China. December 28, 2016
STARONE D1 STAR ONE D1 is a geostationary commercial communications satellite designed to expand television and broadband access in Latin America. December 21, 2016
JCSAT 15 JCSAT 15 is a geostationary commercial communications satellite designed to broadcast television programming in Japan. December 21, 2016
SPARK 2 SPARK 2 is a secondary payload designed for high-resolution and hyperspectral remote sensing of Earth. December 21, 2016
SPARK 1 SPARK 1 is a secondary payload designed for high-resolution and hyperspectral remote sensing of Earth. December 21, 2016
YIJIAN YIJIAN is a secondary payload designed for high-resolution and hyperspectral remote sensing of Earth. December 21, 2016
TANSAT TANSAT is a Chinese satellite designed to track greenhouse gases in Earth's atmosphere. December 21, 2016
SPRINT-B (ERG) SPRINT-B (ERG) is a Japanese research satellite designed to repeatedly fly through the Van Allen belts high above Earth, helping scientists sort out how chaotic geomagnetic storms form and evolve and potentially endanger astronauts, spacecraft and infrastructure vital to life on the ground. December 20, 2016
STARS-C November 30, -0001
ECHOSTAR 19 ECHOSTAR 19 (JUPITER 2) is a high capacity broadband geostationary satellite, designed to connect rural America to high-speed Internet service, successfully rocketed into space today aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 booster. December 18, 2016
CYGFM03 CYGFM03 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM07 CYGFM07 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM06 CYGFM06 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM08 CYGFM08 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM01 CYGFM01 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM02 CYGFM02 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM04 CYGFM04 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
CYGFM05 CYGFM05 is one of the eight research satellites launched by a winged Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket to fly around the tropics and return measurements of winds at the cores of hurricanes. December 15, 2016
FENGYUN 4A FENGYUN 4A is a Chinese geostationary weather satellite, designed for at least a five-year mission, to provide uninterrupted views of storm systems across Asia. December 10, 2016
WGS 8 (USA 272) December 7, 2016
RESOURCESAT 2A RESOURCESAT 2A is a satellite dedicated to mapping natural resources, tracking agriculture, water resources, soil contamination, and the growth of Indian cities. December 7, 2016