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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
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
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
LIGHTSAIL-A LIGHTSAIL-A is a solar sail project developed by the Planetary Society, a global non-profit organization devoted to space exploration. May 20, 2015
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 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
NAVSTAR 35 (USA 96) October 26, 1993
HST The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) was the first and flagship mission of NASA's Great Observatories program. April 24, 1990
NAVSTAR 68 (USA 242) NAVSTAR 68 (USA 242) will become the fourth member with the latest enhancements to increase accuracy and security to populate the network since 2010. May 15, 2013
NAVSTAR 66 (USA 232) Known as the GPS 2F-2 satellite, this newest GPS satellite will take the place of the GPS 2A-11 spacecraft that just celebrated its 20th birthday in orbit, exceeding the the wildest expectations for longevity. July 16, 2011
NAVSTAR 37 (USA 117) March 28, 1996
NAVSTAR 54 (USA 177) Navstar 54, also known as USA 177 and as GPS 2R-11 is an American navigational satellite in the GPS fleet. March 20, 2004
NAVSTAR 55 (USA 178) NAVSTAR 55, also known as USA 178, and as GPS 2R-12, is an American navigational satellite in the GPS fleet that was launched from Cape Canaveral by a Delta 2 rocket at 22:54 UT on 23 June 2004. June 23, 2004
TIANGONG 1 TIANGONG 1 is the first Chinese space laboratory module launched on a critical test flight to demonstrate the vital docking technology required for a future space station. September 29, 2011
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
VENESAT-1 Under an agreement signed in November 2005, the China Great Wall Industry Corp was contracted to design, manufacture, test and put into orbit the VENESAT-1 for Venezuela. October 29, 2008
ASTRA 2E ASTRA 2E, built by Astrium Satellites in France and based on the Eurostar E3000 platform, is designed to beam next-generation broadcast, direct-to-home and broadband services over Europe, the Middle East and Africa for a 15-year mission. September 29, 2013
BEIDOU G2 BEIDOU 2B is the second satellite of China's second-generation navigation fleet, which will eventually include more than 30 satellites parked in geostationary and medium-altitude orbits. April 14, 2009
NAVSTAR 65 (USA 213) Navstar 65/GPS 2F-1, a US Air Force satellite also known as USA 213, was launched into orbit by a Delta 4 rocket from Cape Canaveral on 28 May 2010 at 03:00 UT. May 28, 2010
GSAT0204 GSAT0203 is a member of European's Galileo navigation satellite constellation. March 27, 2015
ASTRA 2F Astra 2F was produced by the Astrium division of EADS for satellite operator SES, and is configured with Ku- and Ka-band transponders to enable the delivery of next-generation broadcast, VSAT and broadband services in Europe, Middle East and Africa. September 28, 2012
VOYAGER 1 September 5, 1977
INMARSAT 4-F1 Nearly the size of a double-decker bus; more than 600 channels. March 11, 2005
MEASAT 3A 12 Ku-band and 12 C-band transponders to provide C-band communications services throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa, and Ku-band direct-to-home television broadcasting to Malaysia and Indonesia. June 21, 2009
FLOCK 1B-11 November 20, 1998
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
BEIDOU 1C Space-based navigation and positioning system to improve accuracy of weapons and situational awareness of military forces; weather monitoring and telecommunications; final constellation of 4 satellites. May 24, 2003
NAVSTAR 24 (USA 79) Global Positioning System (GPS) was developed by the US Department of Defense to provide all-weather round-the-clock navigation capabilities for military ground, sea, and air forces. February 23, 1992
ASTRA 2G ASTRA 2G is a commercial communications satellite owned by SES, linking Europe, Africa and the Middle East. December 27, 2014
ASTRA 2A Voice and video communications to Europe; 32 Ku-band for first five years, 28 after. August 30, 1998
ESTCUBE 1 ESTCube 1 is Estonia's first satellite. May 7, 2013
MERIDIAN 6 The Meridian satellites link Russian ground forces, aircraft, ships and command centers in the Arctic, Siberia and the North Sea. November 14, 2012
BEIDOU 1 Beidou navigation system (BNS); improve accuracy of weapons and situational awareness of military forces; in GEO unlike most navigation systems. October 30, 2000
NAVSTAR 67 (USA 239) NAVSTAR 67 (USA 239) also known as GPS 2F-3 will assume the role filled by the GPS 2A-21 spacecraft that has been in service since July 21, 1993. October 4, 2012
FLOCK 1B-12 November 20, 1998
BEIDOU M3 BEIDOU M3 is a Chinese navigation satellite. April 29, 2012
MERIDIAN 2 MERIDIAN 2 is a military communications satellite. May 21, 2009
BEIDOU M6 The Beidou constellation, also known as Compass, is China's counterpart to the U. September 18, 2012
NUSTAR NuSTAR is a small X-ray telescope, considered the first step in an ambitious low-cost mission to study supermassive black holes believed to be lurking at the cores of galaxies like Earth's Milky Way and to probe the creation of heavy elements in the cataclysmic death throes of massive stars. June 13, 2012
IDEFIX/ARIANE 42P May 4, 2002
EUTE 28A (EB 1) Twenty-four channels; Western and Central Europe as far west as Canary Islands. March 8, 2001
MERIDIAN 4 MERIDIAN 4 is a Russian communications satellite deployed in a high-altitude orbit stretching nearly 25,000 miles (40,000 km) above Earth to link ships, aircraft and other military forces over the Arctic. May 4, 2011
MERIDIAN 3 MERIDIAN 3 is a Russian military communications satellite. November 2, 2010
MERIDIAN 1 The Meridian spacecraft was designed to ensure communications of sea-going ships and ice reconnaissance planes in the area of the Northern Sea Route with coastal stations as well as expansion of the network of satellite communication stations in northern areas of Siberia and the Russian Far East. December 24, 2006
BEIDOU M4 BEIDOU M4 is a Chinese navigation satellite. April 29, 2012
QZS-1 (MICHIBIKI) QZS-1 (MICHIBIKI) is the first of three planned satellites to fill coverage gaps from U. September 11, 2010
NAVSTAR 17 (USA 49) December 11, 1989
ARSAT 1 ARSAT-1 is a geostationary communications satellite operated by AR-SAT and built by the Argentinian company INVAP. October 16, 2014
CUTE-1 Design development of pico satellite by using off-the-shelf components. June 30, 2003