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Meteor 2-4 Rocket - Close encounters

The following table lists the upcoming close encounters with all other known orbiting objects for which orbital elements are available (over 16000). Only objects which come within 5 km are included. Please note that the accuracy of these predictions is limited by the accuracy of the latest orbital elements. A position accuracy of approximately 1 km is typical. Click on a row to get more details about the encounter and a graphical representation.

Time (UTC) Distance Relative speed Other object
km km/s Name ID Radar cross section
2020 Sep 27 23:30:154.50414.913METEOR-M35865large
2020 Sep 28 01:29:102.56014.500deb Delta 898319medium
2020 Sep 28 04:53:413.76014.936deb Delta 13912250small
2020 Sep 28 06:35:162.48714.936deb Delta 13912250small
2020 Sep 28 11:40:084.60911.949FENGYUN 1C DEB31768small
2020 Sep 29 03:01:063.60114.709DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB42291small
2020 Sep 29 05:33:141.42414.586deb Delta 13912171medium
2020 Sep 29 10:40:284.74014.658Landsat 27615large
2020 Sep 29 11:15:253.15014.938DELTA 1 DEB37666small
2020 Sep 29 13:08:134.9426.916FENGYUN 1C DEB32325small
2020 Sep 29 13:25:152.83214.916FENGYUN 1C DEB30566small
2020 Sep 29 15:21:143.46314.798DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB42282small
2020 Sep 29 15:24:321.98314.777DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB42294small
2020 Sep 29 16:36:502.4945.688deb Kosmos-127517642small
2020 Sep 29 18:20:194.23513.733DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB40569small
2020 Sep 29 20:51:373.63814.688DELTA 1 DEB37653small
2020 Sep 29 21:10:080.53214.881NOAA 16 DEB41346small
2020 Sep 30 09:47:173.70114.904FENGYUN 1C DEB30859small
2020 Sep 30 14:43:444.84114.624deb Delta 898319medium
2020 Sep 30 23:11:280.48214.870deb Agena D4733small
2020 Oct 01 13:33:051.81914.726deb Delta 13912223small
2020 Oct 02 10:08:462.75012.344FENGYUN 1C DEB36707small
2020 Oct 02 18:39:084.76812.401FENGYUN 1C DEB31051small
2020 Oct 03 01:27:474.28414.658FENGYUN 1C DEB31820small
2020 Oct 03 09:55:444.47614.687MSX23851large
 

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