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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
KMS-4 KMS-4 (Kwangmyongsong-4 meaning Bright Star-4 or Lodestar-4 in Korean) is an earth observation satellite launched by North Korea on 7 February 2016. February 7, 2016
COSMOS 2514 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2514 (GLONASS) is a new member of Glonass family, beginning a seven-year operational life, joining the Glonass fleet's 27 existing satellites, of which 23 platforms are fully operational. February 7, 2016
NAVSTAR 76 (USA 266) NAVSTAR 76 (USA 266, GPS IIF-12) is a satellite orbiting Plane F of the GPS constellation where it enters Slot 1 to replace the IIR-6 satellite that was launched back in late 2000 and looks forward to taking a different spot in the constellation from where it will enhance legacy coverage and serve a redundant function. February 5, 2016
BEIDOU M3-S BEIDOU M3-S is a new addition to China's Beidou navigation network. February 1, 2016
AGGIESAT 4 November 20, 1998
LONESTAR November 20, 1998
EUTELSAT 9B EUTELSAT 9B is a geostationary satellite designed to broadcast hundreds of television channels across Europe and better link European surveillance satellites and the International Space Station to scientists on the ground. January 29, 2016
INTELSAT 29E INTELSAT 29E communications platform, weighing more than 14,400 pounds (6. January 27, 2016
IRNSS-1E IRNSS-1E is the fifth satellite for India's regional navigation network. January 20, 2016
JASON 3 JASON 3 satellite is designed to precisely measure ocean waves, maritime winds, ocean currents and sea level rise for a consortium of scientific institutions in the United States and Europe. January 17, 2016
BELINTERSAT 1 BELINTERSAT 1 is the first communications satellite of Belarus. January 15, 2016
GAOFEN 4 GAOFEN 4 is a Chinese geostationary satellite fitted with a powerful telescope to collect nearly continuous imagery of the Asia-Pacific, an apparently unique capability that could help track foreign naval activity. December 28, 2015
EXPRESS-AMU1 EXPRESS-AMU1 is a geostationary communications satellite. December 24, 2015
ORBCOMM FM116 ORBCOMM FM116 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM117 ORBCOMM FM117 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM108 ORBCOMM FM108 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM115 ORBCOMM FM115 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM113 ORBCOMM FM113 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM112 ORBCOMM FM112 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM118 ORBCOMM FM118 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM110 ORBCOMM FM110 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM105 ORBCOMM FM105 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM119 ORBCOMM FM119 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
ORBCOMM FM114 ORBCOMM FM114 is one of the 11 Orbcomm commercial satellites launched on December 22, 2005. December 22, 2015
PROGRESS MS-01 PROGRESS MS-01, identified by NASA as Progress 62 or 62P is a Progress spacecraft used by Roskosmos to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) during 2015. December 21, 2015
GALILEO 11 (268) GSAT0208 (GALILEO 11) and GSAT0209 (GALILEO 12) joined Europe's Galileo navigation fleet in orbit together after launch from French Guiana aboard a Soyuz rocket, giving the system a dozen of its planned 30 members. December 17, 2015
GALILEO 12 (269) GSAT0209 (GALILEO 12) and GSAT0208 (GALILEO 11) joined Europe's Galileo navigation fleet in orbit together after launch from French Guiana aboard a Soyuz rocket, giving the system a dozen of its planned 30 members. December 17, 2015
DAMPE DAMPE (The Dark Matter Particle Explorer) is the first dedicated astrophysics observatory put into orbit by China. December 17, 2015
VELOX 2 VELOX 2 is a 13-kilogram (28-pound) six-unit CubeSat technology demonstrator with three payloads: Communications Payload, GPS Experimental Payload and Fault Tolerant Payload. December 16, 2015
GALASSIA GALASSIA is a two-unit CubeSat from the National University of Singapore. December 16, 2015
TELEOS 1 TELEOS 1 is a 400-kilogram (880-pound) commercial Earth imaging observatory made by ST Electronics in Singapore. December 16, 2015
ATHENOXAT-1 ATHENOXAT-1 is a three-unit CubeSat. December 16, 2015
KENT RIDGE 1 KENT RIDGE 1 is a 78-kilogram (172-pound) microsatellite from the National University of Singapore with two primary payloads: a medium resolution hyperspectral camera and shortwave infrared hyperspectral camera. December 16, 2015
VELOX C1 VELOX C1 is a 123-kilogram (271-pound) microsatellite for research in tropical environmental monitoring using radio occultation techniques. December 16, 2015
SOYUZ-TMA 19M SOYUZ-TMA 19M is a Soyuz spaceflight launched on December 15, 2015 from Baikonur Cosmodrome, transporting three members of the Expedition 46 crew to the International Space Station. December 15, 2015
COSMOS 2513 COSMOS 2513 is a Russian geostationary military communications satellite. December 13, 2015
ELEKTRO-L 2 ELEKTRO-L 2 is a weather satellite to help civilian and military forecasters track storm systems, collecting near-realtime images of weather systems from Europe to the Asia-Pacific, joining an international fleet of geostationary weather satellites owned by the United States, Europe, India, China and Japan. December 11, 2015
CHINASAT 1C CHINASAT 1C will provide high-quality voice, data, radio and television transmission services, according to official channels. December 9, 2015
CYGNUS ORB-4 CYGNUS ORB-4 is a commercial freighter to the Internatonal Space Station, loaded with 7,383 pounds (3,349 kg) of provisions. December 6, 2015
COSMOS 2512 COSMOS 2512 is a radar calibration sphere to be used for radar tests by the Almaz-Antey company, a developer of anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems. December 5, 2015
LISA PATHFINDER LISA PATHFINDER is a satellite designed to test the technologies, some of which had to be invented and refined for the mission, required for a future project to deploy two or three satellites to measure gravitational waves, a detection that would give astronomers a new way to study the universe. December 3, 2015
YAOGAN 29 YAOGAN 29 is a Chinese radar reconnaissance satellite. November 26, 2015
TELSTAR 12V TELSTAR 12V is a Canadian geostationary communication satellite, placed on orbit by the was the first commercial launch of the H-2A rocket, which Japan typically uses to send up government satellites. November 24, 2015
LAOSAT 1 LAOSAT 1 is a communication satellite, the first one for Laos. November 20, 2015
COSMOS 2510 COSMOS 2510 is an early warning satellite, the first in a new fleet of military satellites to detect missile launches heading for Russian territory. November 17, 2015
BADR 7 (ARABSAT-6B) Arabsat 6B is a geostationary communications satellite manufactured by Airbus Defense and Space, with its Ku-band and Ka-band communications payload provided by Thales Alenia Space. November 10, 2015
GSAT 15 GSAT 15 is a communications geostationary satellite owned and operated by the Indian Space Research Organization, placed at 93. November 10, 2015
YAOGAN 28 YAOGAN 28 is a government-owned surveillance satellite. November 8, 2015
CHINASAT 2C (ZX 2C) CHINASAT 2C (ZX 2C) is a Chinese geostationary satellite, believed to be a military communications spacecraft. November 3, 2015
NAVSTAR 75 (USA 265) NAVSTAR 75 (USA 265), also known as GPS IIF-11 is a navigation satellite deployed in Plane E of the GPS constellation. October 31, 2015