Disaster Monitoring Satellites

Current as of 2021 May 12 18:06:06 UTC (Day 132)

Latest Disaster Monitoring Satellites TLEs

Element Set Age (days)
0–5 5–10 10–15 15–20 20–25 25–30 > 30
 
International Designator NORAD Catalog Number Name Period (minutes) Inclination (degrees) Apogee Height (km) Perigee Height (km) Eccentricity Latest Data TLE Age (days)
2005-043A 28890 BEIJING 1 98.54 98.07 699 678 0.0014961 0.33
2008-041A 33320 HJ-1A 97.45 97.73 654 619 0.0024902 0.35
2008-041B 33321 HJ-1B 97.47 97.75 663 612 0.0036222 0.33
2008-061A 33446 YAOGAN 4 97.49 97.77 650 627 0.0016235 0.33
2009-041A 35681 DEIMOS-1 97.83 97.76 657 653 0.0003036 0.31
2009-041C 35683 UK-DMC 2 97.88 97.69 659 656 0.0001929 0.34
2012-017A 38248 RISAT 1 95.33 97.56 538 532 0.0004029 0.23
2015-032A 40715 DMC3-FM1 97.71 97.90 659 639 0.0014064 0.22
2015-032B 40716 DMC3-FM2 97.71 97.90 657 641 0.0011256 0.20
2015-032C 40717 DMC3-FM3 97.71 97.90 660 639 0.0014980 0.24
Notes:
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    Link to raw TLE data from 18 SPCS
    Link to interactive orbit visualization, using AGI's open-source Cesium JavaScript library, developed and provided by our partners at Digital Arsenal
    , , and in the International Designator column are for all objects associated with that launch