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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
MAYAK MAYAK is a Russian cubesat developed by a group of young scientists named "Your sector of space" with support of the Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering (MSUME). July 14, 2017
KANOPUS-V-IK July 14, 2017
INTELSAT 35E INTELSAT 35E is a geostationary satellite placed on the orbit at 34.5 degrees west longitude to support wireless communications, television broadcasting and trans-Atlantic data relays. July 5, 2017
GSAT 17 GSAT 17 is a geostationnary satellite, the heaviest Indian-built spacecraft ever built. June 28, 2017
HELLAS-SAT 3 HELLAS-SAT 3 is a communications satellite designed to broadcast television, link European air travelers with Wi-Fi, and relay video and data signals. June 28, 2017
IRIDIUM 121 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 128 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 124 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 126 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 117 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 118 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 115 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 120 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 123 June 25, 2017
IRIDIUM 113 June 25, 2017
BULGARIASAT-1 BULGARIASAT-1 is a Bulgarian geostationary satellite designed for a 15-year mission beaming television across Bulgaria, Serbia and neighboring regions in the Balkans. June 23, 2017
COSMOS 2519 COSMOS 2519 might be the first of several '14F150 Napryazhenie' geodetic satellites designed to make extremely accurate measurements of Earth's shape and gravitational field. June 23, 2017
TYVAK 53B June 23, 2017
DSAT June 23, 2017
CICERO 6 June 23, 2017
ROBUSTA 1B June 23, 2017
VENTA 1 June 23, 2017
VZLUSAT 1 June 23, 2017
SKCUBE June 23, 2017
SUCHAI June 23, 2017
NUDTSAT June 23, 2017
DIAMOND BLUE June 23, 2017
DIAMOND GREEN June 23, 2017
PEGASUS June 23, 2017
DIAMOND RED June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 MCPEAKE June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 SAM-AMELIA June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 LISASAURUS June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 LYNSEY-SYMO June 23, 2017
MAX VALIER SAT June 23, 2017
COMPASS 2 June 23, 2017
URSA MAIOR June 23, 2017
AALTO 1 June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 KUNGFOO June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 LUCYBRYCE June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 XUENITERENCE June 23, 2017
LEMUR 2 SHAINAJOHL June 23, 2017
INFLATESAIL June 23, 2017
CE-SAT 1 June 23, 2017
LITUANICASAT 2 LituanicaSAT-2 is 3U CubeSat in-orbit technology demonstration mission led by Vilnius University. June 23, 2017
CARTOSAT 2E June 23, 2017
NIUSAT June 23, 2017
UCLSAT June 23, 2017
CHINASAT 9A CHINASAT 9A is a Chinese satellite that was supposed to enter service in geostationary orbit over the equator at 101.4 degree east longitude. June 18, 2017
ZHUHAI-1 02 The ZHUHAI-1 02 satellite is one of the first two members of a commercial constellation of Earth-imaging craft for Zhuhai Orbita Control Engineering Co. June 15, 2017