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Geosat - 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
2024 Jul 23 04:28:052.00214.930COSMOS 2251 DEB34481small
2024 Jul 23 06:08:322.63914.932COSMOS 2251 DEB34481small
2024 Jul 23 09:30:531.47214.923Cosmos 114011573large
2024 Jul 24 01:04:013.27914.988deb Kosmos-8869654medium
2024 Jul 24 04:18:063.07314.292DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB42266small
2024 Jul 24 06:15:404.65311.478Cosmos 1777 Rocket16953large
2024 Jul 24 09:48:054.94214.405Orbcomm-X21577medium
2024 Jul 25 04:16:271.52514.853IRIDIUM 33 DEB38228small
2024 Jul 25 19:43:363.54414.843FORMOSAT 3E29051medium
2024 Jul 26 01:31:061.35611.904Cosmos 99010676large
2024 Jul 26 09:02:393.6935.208DMSP B5D1-310820large
2024 Jul 26 18:10:283.3197.867COSMOS 1275 DEB42118small
2024 Jul 27 00:02:332.38613.605Iridium 2425105large
2024 Jul 27 06:49:423.29112.382FORMOSAT 3B29048medium
2024 Jul 27 20:01:184.94812.819deb Ariane17815small
2024 Jul 28 06:59:244.2019.689FENGYUN 1C DEB35204small
2024 Jul 28 07:31:274.17914.919deb r/b Ablestar124small
2024 Jul 28 12:36:153.66614.708CZ-4C R/B54701large
2024 Jul 28 13:33:034.85912.482FENGYUN 1C DEB37054small
2024 Jul 28 14:34:584.97914.882deb Kosmos-222722409medium
2024 Jul 28 16:14:243.36614.884deb Kosmos-222722409medium
2024 Jul 28 17:53:512.71414.885deb Kosmos-222722409medium
2024 Jul 28 19:33:172.55814.887deb Kosmos-222722409medium
2024 Jul 28 22:08:152.99813.812FENGYUN 1C DEB31740small
2024 Jul 29 01:20:362.5069.829NOAA 16 DEB41526small
 

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