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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-M 27M PROGRESS-M 27M (PROGRESS 59) is a Russian ressuply station headed to the International Space Station. April 28, 2015
DRAGON CRS-6 DRAGON CRS-6, also known as SpX-6, is a cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station, contracted to NASA. April 14, 2015
COSMOS 2504 March 31, 2015
GONETS M 13 (M23) March 31, 2015
GONETS M 12 (M22) March 31, 2015
GONETS M 11 (M21) March 31, 2015
BEIDOU I1-S BEIDOU I1-S is a satellite that is part of China's Beidou navigation system. March 30, 2015
IRNSS 1D IRNSS 1D is the fourth satellite in India's space-based navigation network, which will eventually consist of seven satellites in 2016 to broadcast position information to military and civilian users across India and extending up to 900 miles (1,448 km) from the nation's borders. March 28, 2015
GSAT0204 GSAT0203 is a member of European's Galileo navigation satellite constellation. March 27, 2015
GSAT0203 GSAT0203 is a member of European's Galileo navigation satellite constellation. March 27, 2015
SOYUZ-TMA 16M SOYUZ TMA-16M is a 2015 flight to the International Space Station. March 27, 2015
IGS OPTICAL 5 IGS OPTICAL 5 is surveillance satellite equipped with a high-resolution optical camera, owned and operated by the Japanese government. March 26, 2015 Unable to track
KOMPSAT 3A Kompsat 3A is an imaging satellite designed for a four-year mission to collect optical and infrared imagery for applications in environmental, agricultural and oceanographic sciences. March 25, 2015
NAVSTAR 73 (USA 260) NAVSTAR 73 (USA 260, GPS 2F-9)is the ninth Block 2F spacecraft in the constellation. March 25, 2015
EXPRESS AM7 EXPRESS AM7 is a communications satellite designed to beam television programming, broadband connectivity, and other services to users across Europe, Russia, Africa and India. March 18, 2015
MMS 4 MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) is a Solar-Terrestrial Probe mission comprising four identically instrumented spin-stabilized spacecraft to discover the fundamental physics of magnetic reconnection using Earth's magnetosphere as a laboratory. March 13, 2015
MMS 3 MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) is a Solar-Terrestrial Probe mission comprising four identically instrumented spin-stabilized spacecraft to discover the fundamental physics of magnetic reconnection using Earth's magnetosphere as a laboratory. March 13, 2015
MMS 2 MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) is a Solar-Terrestrial Probe mission comprising four identically instrumented spin-stabilized spacecraft to discover the fundamental physics of magnetic reconnection using Earth's magnetosphere as a laboratory. March 13, 2015
MMS 1 MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) is a Solar-Terrestrial Probe mission comprising four identically instrumented spin-stabilized spacecraft to discover the fundamental physics of magnetic reconnection using Earth's magnetosphere as a laboratory. March 13, 2015
FLOCK 1B-12 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B-11 November 20, 1998
LAMBDASAT November 20, 1998
MICROMAS November 20, 1998
GEARRS-1 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B-6 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B-5 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1D-2 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1D-1 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B 9 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B 10 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B 22 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B 21 November 20, 1998
EUTE 115 WEST B (SATMEX 7 EUTE 115 WEST B is a geostationary satellite located at 114. March 2, 2015
ABS 3A ABS 3A is a geostationary satellite located at 3 degrees west longitude, blanketing the Americas, Europe, Africa and the Middle East with television programming, Internet services, cellular backhaul, and maritime communications capacity. March 2, 2015
FLOCK 1B 28 November 20, 1998
FLOCK 1B 27 November 20, 1998
COSMOS 2503 COSMOS 2503 is a Bars-M class electro-optical area surveillance stereoscopic cartography satellite, placed into a Sun-synchronous low Earth orbit. February 27, 2015
PROGRESS-M 26M PROGRESS M-26M is a Russian International Space Station resupply mission. February 17, 2015
DSCOVR DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate ObserVatoRy) is an interplanetary space weather station located at the L1 Lagrange point, a gravitationally-stable point nearly one million miles from Earth in line with the sun. February 11, 2015 Unable to track
AESP 14 November 20, 1998
INMARSAT 5-F2 INMARSAT 5 F2 was built in El Segundo, California, by Boeing Satellite Systems International, and it carries its own chemical and electric propulsion system to maneuver into a circular orbit 22,300 miles (35,888 km) over the equator in the coming weeks, where Inmarsat will complete testing of the platform and begin using it for commercial service. February 1, 2015
IGS 9A IGS 9A (Information Gathering Satellite) is a Japanese spy satellite that carries a sophisticated radar payload designed to survey the globe night and day—and in all weather conditions—from an orbit about 300 miles (483 km) above Earth. February 1, 2015 Unable to track
EXOCUBE January 31, 2015
GRIFEX January 31, 2015
FIREBIRD 4 January 31, 2015
FIREBIRD 3 January 31, 2015
SMAP SMAP is NASA's 1st Earth observing satellite designed to make high resolution global observations of Earth's vital surface soil moisture content and freeze/thaw cycle just below your feet. January 31, 2015
MUOS 3 MUOS 3 is the 3rd satellite of the U. January 21, 2015
FENGYUN 2G FENGYUN 2G is a meteorological satellites to provide warnings of weather fronts and tropical cyclones across Asia. December 31, 2014
ASTRA 2G ASTRA 2G is a commercial communications satellite owned by SES, linking Europe, Africa and the Middle East. December 27, 2014