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Recently Launched Satellites
In this category are all objects launched in the last 30 days and includes cargo resupply to the ISS (International Space Station) as well as those satellites placed in orbit from the ISS. Most of the satellites seen in this list are geostationary communications equipment.
Satellite Launch Norad Incl.
degrees
Apogee
Km
Perigee
Km
Period
min
Options
RSW-01
1st orbit: 2021 Aug 24
202149112U8611101088107Tracking
PAYLOAD B
1st orbit: 2021 Aug 25
202149113U86877851102Tracking
RSW-02
1st orbit: 2021 Aug 24
202149114U8611131086107Tracking
TJS-7
1st orbit: 2021 Aug 6
202149115U135793357811436Tracking
CZ-3B R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Aug 24
202149116U2833910147594Tracking
DRAGON CRS-23
1st orbit: 2016 May 10
202149117U5242441993Tracking
GAOFEN 5-02
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 7
202149122U9870170099Tracking
CZ-4C R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 7
202149123U9868549296Tracking
2021-079C
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 7
202149124U9878153298Tracking
CHINASAT 9B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 9
202149125U2435785205631Tracking
2021-080B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 16
202149126U2534254196601Tracking
COSMOS 2551
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 9
202149127U9629928590Tracking
SL-4 R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 9
202149128U9630428790Tracking
FALCON 9 R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 14
202149130U7029820290Tracking
2021-082B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149131U7033628791Tracking
2021-082C
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149132U7033628891Tracking
2021-082D
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149133U7033628891Tracking
2021-082E
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149134U7033528791Tracking
2021-082F
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149135U7033628791Tracking
2021-082G
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149136U7033528891Tracking
2021-082H
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149137U7033628791Tracking
2021-082J
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149138U7033628691Tracking
2021-082K
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149139U7033628691Tracking
2021-082L
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149140U7033628691Tracking
2021-082M
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149141U7033528691Tracking
2021-082N
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149142U7033528691Tracking
2021-082P
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149143U7033528691Tracking
2021-082Q
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149144U7033528691Tracking
2021-082R
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149145U7033528591Tracking
2021-082S
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149146U7033528591Tracking
2021-082T
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149147U7033528691Tracking
2021-082U
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149148U7033528591Tracking
2021-082V
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149149U7033428591Tracking
2021-082W
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149150U7033428491Tracking
2021-082X
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149151U7033428591Tracking
2021-082Y
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149152U7033428491Tracking
2021-082Z
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149153U7033428491Tracking
2021-082AA
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149154U7033428491Tracking
2021-082AB
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149155U7033528391Tracking
2021-082AC
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149156U7033428391Tracking
2021-082AD
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149157U7033428391Tracking
2021-082AE
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149158U7033428291Tracking
2021-082AF
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149159U7033428391Tracking
2021-082AG
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149160U7033428391Tracking
2021-082AH
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149161U7033428391Tracking
2021-082AJ
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149162U7033428291Tracking
2021-082AK
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149163U7033428291Tracking
2021-082AL
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149164U7033328191Tracking
2021-082AM
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149165U7033428191Tracking
2021-082AN
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149166U7033328191Tracking
2021-082AP
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149167U7033328291Tracking
2021-082AQ
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149168U7033328091Tracking
2021-082AR
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149169U7033328191Tracking
2021-082AS
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149170U7033328091Tracking
2021-082AT
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149171U7033428091Tracking
2021-082AU
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149172U7033328091Tracking
2021-082AV
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149173U7033125890Tracking
2021-082AW
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149174U7033328091Tracking
2021-082AX
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149175U7033328091Tracking
2021-082AY
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149176U7033327991Tracking
2021-082AZ
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149177U7033327991Tracking
2021-082BA
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149178U7033327991Tracking
2021-082BB
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149179U7033327991Tracking
2021-082BC
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149180U7033327991Tracking
2021-082BD
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 12
202149181U7033227991Tracking
2021-082BE
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 13
202149182U7032120890Tracking
2021-082BF
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 13
202149183U7031620990Tracking
2021-082BG
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 13
202149184U7031020790Tracking
2021-082BH
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 13
202149185U7031220990Tracking
ONEWEB-0292
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149186U8746544194Tracking
ONEWEB-0303
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149187U8747345094Tracking
ONEWEB-0306
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149188U8747244594Tracking
ONEWEB-0307
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149189U8746544594Tracking
ONEWEB-0320
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149190U8747345194Tracking
ONEWEB-0321
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149191U8746543994Tracking
ONEWEB-0322
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149192U8746544194Tracking
ONEWEB-0324
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149193U8747344894Tracking
ONEWEB-0325
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149194U8747345194Tracking
ONEWEB-0326
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149195U8747244594Tracking
ONEWEB-0327
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149196U8747344694Tracking
ONEWEB-0328
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149197U8746544394Tracking
ONEWEB-0331
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149198U8747344794Tracking
ONEWEB-0333
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149199U8746544394Tracking
ONEWEB-0334
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149200U8746343894Tracking
ONEWEB-0335
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 7
202149201U8747044594Tracking
ONEWEB-0336
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149202U8746744594Tracking
ONEWEB-0337
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149203U8747144594Tracking
ONEWEB-0338
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149204U8746544094Tracking
ONEWEB-0339
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149205U8746644594Tracking
ONEWEB-0340
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149206U8747344994Tracking
ONEWEB-0341
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149207U8747344894Tracking
ONEWEB-0342
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149208U8746343794Tracking
ONEWEB-0343
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149209U8747244694Tracking
ONEWEB-0344
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149210U8746944594Tracking
ONEWEB-0345
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149211U8746944594Tracking
ONEWEB-0346
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149212U8747344994Tracking
ONEWEB-0348
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149213U8746443894Tracking
ONEWEB-0350
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149214U8746544594Tracking
ONEWEB-0351
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149215U8745943794Tracking
ONEWEB-0352
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149216U8746644594Tracking
ONEWEB-0354
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149217U8746043794Tracking
ONEWEB-0355
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149218U8746544494Tracking
ONEWEB-0357
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 8
202149219U8746443894Tracking
SZ-12 MODULE
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 17
202149221U4239138492Tracking
TIANZHOU-3
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 20
202149222U4138538092Tracking
CZ-7 R/B
1st orbit: 2021 Sep 20
202149223U4133219790Tracking
Satellites Orbital Parameters

The table above shows the main parameters and information available for this satellite.

Satellite: This column shows the name of the object in orbit. In some cases the official name ends with the words R/B, meaning that it is a piece or any stage from some rocket booster.

Norad: North American Aerospace Defense Command, the Air Defence Command of the United States, responsible for the catalogue of objects in orbit. The number indicates the record of the satellite in the Norad archives.

Inclination: Angle formed between the orbit of the satellite and terrestrial line of the equator. Satellites with inclination of 0 degrees follow the equator line and are called equatorial orbit satellites. When the inclination is 90 degrees its orbit crosses the terrestrial poles and are called polar orbiting satellites. When the inclination is less or equal latitude of the place of observation, the satellite be seen directly if conditions permit.

Apogee: Maximum distance that the object is far from the center of the Earth.

Perigee: Highest approchement between the object and the center of the Earth. The figures shown already discounting the radius of the Earth, 6378 Km. One Perigee value equal to the value of Apogee indicates a circular orbit satellite.

Period: Value in minutes that a satellite takes to complete one orbit of perigee to perigee. Satellites in polar orbit, positioned at 800 km in altitude will take approximately 102 minutes to complete one revolution. The International Space Station, 350 km above the surface, completes its orbit in 90 minutes.

The lower the altitude of a satellite, more speed he needs to keep in orbit and not re-enters the atmosphere.

Geostationary satellites have a period of approximately 1436 minutes with inclination of 0 degrees (equatorial orbit). Because this is the same time it takes Earth to complete one turn on its axis, geostationary satellites appear static on the same geographic point. To this happens the satellite should be positioned about 36 thousand kilometers in altitude.

Note and Frequency: Filled with additional information where possible. The frequencies shown, when provided, are those captured by enthusiasts or informed by the official organizations of disclosure.

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