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Cosmos 1825 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
2021 Sep 22 03:07:374.70214.677NOSS 2-3 (E)23936?
2021 Sep 22 05:54:424.24615.136FENGYUN 1C DEB31035small
2021 Sep 22 10:49:404.64414.986CZ-4B R/B45858large
2021 Sep 22 22:54:501.79110.401Cosmos 1703 Rocket16263large
2021 Sep 23 01:54:344.08915.104BRITE-PL 240119medium
2021 Sep 23 05:15:372.77615.093FENGYUN 1C DEB30627small
2021 Sep 23 14:52:212.47014.647COSMOS 2251 DEB38478small
2021 Sep 24 08:06:450.69814.978OBJECT A44879medium
2021 Sep 24 09:43:494.38514.980OBJECT B44880medium
2021 Sep 24 11:20:593.45314.982OBJECT B44880medium
2021 Sep 25 10:57:273.89815.081FENGYUN 1C DEB38139small
2021 Sep 25 21:17:294.74615.049CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 25 22:54:133.05015.051CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 25 22:56:284.75115.078RISING 239769medium
2021 Sep 26 00:30:572.51815.052CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 26 02:07:412.69215.054CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 26 03:44:253.00115.056CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 26 04:17:584.49414.792SJ-1639358large
2021 Sep 26 05:21:093.44315.057CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 26 06:57:534.38615.059CZ-4B DEB46483small
2021 Sep 26 10:41:023.86215.114TURKSAT 3U39152medium
2021 Sep 26 16:45:263.85314.183VRSS-138782large
2021 Sep 26 21:15:524.13215.187FENGYUN 1C DEB30169small
2021 Sep 27 06:32:501.4507.916Cosmos 1633 Rocket15593large
2021 Sep 27 14:41:402.54115.094FENGYUN 1C DEB37456small
2021 Sep 27 21:06:482.65915.100CZ-4B DEB29539small
 

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