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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
VANGUARD DEB This is satellite debris March 17, 1958
VANGUARD R/B This is a rocket body February 17, 1959
SES 1 SES 1 is a communications satellite designed to replace two aging spacecraft serving North America. April 24, 2010
ECHO 1 DEB (METAL OBJ) This is satellite debris August 12, 1960
ECHO 1 DEB (METAL OBJ) This is satellite debris August 12, 1960
TIROS 2 DEB * This is satellite debris November 23, 1960
SCOUT X-1 R/B This is a rocket body February 16, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR R/B This is a rocket body June 29, 1961
SCOUT X-1 DEB This is satellite debris February 16, 1961
DELTA 1 R/B This is a rocket body August 12, 1960
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR R/B This is a rocket body June 22, 1960
THOR ABLE DEB (YO) This is satellite debris April 1, 1960
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
SCOUT X-1 DEB This is satellite debris February 16, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
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
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
COSMOS 2433 (GLONASS) Glonass is a radio satellite navigation system, the former Soviet and now Russian counterpart to the United States' GPS system and the European Union's embryonic Galileo positioning system. October 26, 2007
VANGUARD R/B This is a rocket body March 17, 1958
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR R/B This is a rocket body October 4, 1960
SCOUT X-1 DEB This is satellite debris February 16, 1961
THOR ABLESTAR DEB This is satellite debris June 29, 1961
COSMOS 2459 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2459 is a Glonass satellite, designed to last seven years broadcasting navigation signals to Russian military and civilian users. March 1, 2010
COSMOS 2456 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2456 is a Glonass satellite, designed to last seven years broadcasting navigation signals to Russian military and civilian users. December 14, 2009
COSMOS 2500 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2500 is a Glonass satellite that has designed No. June 14, 2014
COSMOS 2465 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2465 is a Glonass satellite. September 2, 2010
COSMOS 2485 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2485 is a Glonass M satellite, supposed to restore the fleet to 24 operational satellites, the number required to achieve global navigation service. April 26, 2013
COSMOS 2434 (GLONASS) Glonass is a radio satellite navigation system, the former Soviet and now Russian counterpart to the United States' GPS system and the European Union's embryonic Galileo positioning system. December 25, 2007
COSMOS 2476 (GLONASS) Built by ISS Reshetnev Co. November 4, 2011
COSMOS 2471 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2471 is the first Glonass K satellite to be launched. February 26, 2011
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
COSMOS 2501 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2501 is the second craft in a series of upgraded Glonass K satellites designed to last longer, transmit more navigation signals, and launch on smaller rockets. November 30, 2014
COSMOS 2461 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2460 is a Glonass satellite, designed to last seven years broadcasting navigation signals to Russian military and civilian users. March 1, 2010
COSMOS 2425 (GLONASS) Cosmos 2425 is a navigational satellite in the Russian Glonass fleet. December 25, 2006
COSMOS 2460 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2461 is a Glonass satellite, designed to last seven years broadcasting navigation signals to Russian military and civilian users. March 1, 2010
COSMOS 2475 (GLONASS) Built by ISS Reshetnev Co. November 4, 2011
COSMOS 2492 (GLONASS) The Glonass M satellite, designated No. March 23, 2014
COSMOS 2458 (GLONASS) COSMOS 2457 is a Glonass satellite, designed to last seven years broadcasting navigation signals to Russian military and civilian users. December 14, 2009
COSMOS 2419 (GLONASS) December 25, 2005
COSMOS 2432 (GLONASS) Glonass is a radio satellite navigation system, the former Soviet and now Russian counterpart to the United States' GPS system and the European Union's embryonic Galileo positioning system. October 26, 2007