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Name Description Launched Action
SPACE STATION The International Space Station (ISS) is a joint project of five space agencies: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (United States), the Russian Federal Space Agency (Russian Federation), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan), the Canadian Space Agency (Canada) and the European Space Agency (Europe). November 20, 1998
RESURS P1 RESURS P1 is a Russian civil remote sensing satellite featuring a modernized high-resolution digital camera to collect imagery of Earth for Russian government agencies and international customers. June 25, 2013
RESURS P2 RESURS P2 is a Russian satellite to survey the globe and a plasma physics experiment to seek out signs of exotic antimatter and dark matter in the cosmos. December 26, 2014
RESURS DK-1 Resurs DK-1 is a Russian civilian remote sensing craft that was launched by a Soyuz-U rocket from Baikonur at 08:00 UT on 15 June 2006. June 15, 2006
COSMOS 1869 July 16, 1987
MONITOR-E 1 Mapping, land resource studies, emergency management, monitoring of agriculture, environmental damage. August 26, 2005
METEOR 3M December 10, 2001
OKEAN 3 The Okean series of satellites are all-weather radar oceanographic systems primarily designed to monitor sea-ice conditions in the Arctic Seas. June 4, 1991
KANOPUS-V 1 The Canopus-B satellite, developed by the All-Russia Research Institute of Electromechanics (NPP VNIIEM), is designed for remote sensing of the Earth. July 22, 2012
OKEAN O July 17, 1999
COSMOS 1766 July 28, 1986
COSMOS 1602 September 28, 1984
OKEAN 1 July 5, 1988
MONITOR-E/SL-19 June 30, 2003
OKEAN 2 The Okean series of satellites were all-weather radar oceanographic systems primarily designed to monitor sea-ice conditions in the Arctic seas. February 28, 1990
RESURS O1-N4 RESURS-O 1N4 is a Russian natural resources sensing satellite. July 10, 1998
OKEAN 4 October 11, 1994
RESURS O1 November 4, 1994
SES 1 SES 1 is a communications satellite designed to replace two aging spacecraft serving North America. April 24, 2010
DEIMOS 1 The Deimos 1 satellite will gather wide-angle, medium-resolution images with optical payloads able to see objects about 72 feet [22 m] across. July 29, 2009
SAMSAT 218D SAMSAT 218D is a CubeSat built by students at Samara State Aerospace University. April 28, 2016
AIST 2D AIST 2D is a Russian satellite that weights The 1,170-pounds (531-kilogram), and is made by TsSKB Progress in partnership with Samara State Aerospace University. April 28, 2016
GOES 13 GOES 13 is an American (NOAA) geostationary weather satellite that was launched by a Delta 4 rocket from Cape Canaveral at 22:11 UT on 24 May 2006. May 24, 2006
GOES 15 GOES 15 (GOES-P) is an American weather satellite, which will form part of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) system operated by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. March 4, 2010
MVL 300 MVL 300 (Mikhailo V Lomonosov, an 18th century Russian scientist and writer) is a multipurpose spacecraft that weighs more than 1,400 pounds (about 645 kilograms) designed to investigate Earth, attempting to pinpoint the origin of mysterious brilliant flashes of light in the upper atmosphere called transient luminous events. April 28, 2016
NOAA 19 NOAA-19 is the fifth in a series of five Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellites (POES) with advanced microwave sounding instruments that provide imaging and sounding capabilities. February 6, 2009
FOX-1A (AO-85) FOX-1A is a small 1-Unit CubeSat developed by AMSAT. October 8, 2015
KMS 3-2 KWANGMYONGSONG 3 is a North Korean Earth observation satellite, which according to the DPRK is designed for weather forecast purposes, and whose launch is widely portrayed in the West to be a veiled ballistic missile test. December 12, 2012
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
NOAA 18 Polar-orbiting satellite; long-range weather forecasting; atmospheric and weather monitoring instruments; data stored on-board and transmitted over Fairbanks, AK and Wallops Island, VA. May 20, 2005
FUNCUBE 1 (AO-73) FUNcube-1 is a complete educational single CubeSat project with the goal of enthusing and educating young people about radio, space, physics and electronics. November 21, 2013
SES-9 SES-9 is a geostationary satellite designed to provide communications connectivity over Southeast, Asia, India, Australia and the Indian Ocean. March 4, 2016
PALAPA C2 30 C-band, 6 Ku-band; voice and vision communications to a large area bounded by Iran, Vlodivostok, Australia, and New Zealand. May 16, 1996
IRNSS 1G IRNSS 1G is the seventh and final spacecraft for a regional navigation network - Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) to provide position data to users across the subcontinent independent of foreign satellite systems. April 28, 2016
EUTE 65W EUTELSAT 65 WEST A is a geostationary satellite located at 65 degrees west longitude, covering a zone stretching from the United States to Antarctica, with additional visibility over Western Europe, with primary focus on Latin America. March 9, 2016
January 1, 1970 Decayed
AQUA AQUA (EOS-PM1) is an afternoon equator-crossing platform which includes a suite of sensors designed to study the diurnal properties of cloud and aerosol radiative fluxes, cloud formation, and precipitation (MIMR, AIRS/AMSU-A/MHS, and MODIS-N) in conjunction with a wind scatterometer planned for the Japanese ADEOS-II spacecraft. May 4, 2002
LANDSAT 8 The Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM), a collaboration between NASA and the U. February 11, 2013
SAUDISAT 1C SAUDISAT 1C (or SO-50, Saudi-OSCAR 50) carries several experiments, including a mode J FM amateur repeater experiment operating on 145. December 20, 2002
TERRA The Earth Observing System (EOS) is a science and observation program that will provide long-term (15-year) data sets for Earth system science in order to gain an understanding of the interactions between Earth's land, atmosphere, oceans, and biology. December 18, 1999
SPOT 7 SPOT 7 is a commercial high-resolution optical imaging Earth observation satellite system operating from space. June 30, 2014
METEOR M2 METEOR M2 was designed to watch global weather, the ozone layer, the ocean surface temperature and ice conditions to facilitate shipping in polar regions and to monitor radiation environment in the near-Earth space. July 8, 2014
HST The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) was the first and flagship mission of NASA's Great Observatories program. April 24, 1990
NOAA 15 Polar-orbiting satellite; long-range weather forecasting; atmospheric and weather monitoring instruments; data stored on-board and transmitted over Fairbanks, AK and Wallops Island, VA. May 13, 1998
NOAA 16 Polar-orbiting satellite; long-range weather forecasting; atmospheric and weather monitoring instruments; data stored on-board and transmitted over Fairbanks, AK and Wallops Island, VA. September 21, 2000
QZS-1 (MICHIBIKI) QZS-1 (MICHIBIKI) is the first of three planned satellites to fill coverage gaps from U. September 11, 2010
NOAA 17 Polar-orbiting satellite; long-range weather forecasting; atmospheric and weather monitoring instruments; data stored on-board and transmitted over Fairbanks, AK and Wallops Island, VA. June 24, 2002
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
ASTRA 1H Direct-to-home tv; multimedia; broadcasting; 32 Ku-band for first five years, 28 after; Europe June 18, 1999