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Cosmos 1943 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 Apr 11 11:03:261.5164.792FENGYUN 1C DEB30892small
2021 Apr 11 11:34:433.48614.554FENGYUN 1C DEB30662small
2021 Apr 11 13:16:283.16614.505deb Atmosphere 120797small
2021 Apr 11 14:40:321.1363.644FENGYUN 1C DEB30899small
2021 Apr 12 01:16:272.4469.286COSMOS 2251 DEB34610small
2021 Apr 12 01:23:223.0745.462NOAA 11 DEB37241medium
2021 Apr 12 01:37:234.82414.884FENGYUN 1C DEB31041small
2021 Apr 12 02:02:554.28113.033FENGYUN 1C DEB30350small
2021 Apr 12 05:28:290.89411.058MetOp-C43689large
2021 Apr 12 06:19:534.16810.602NOAA 16 DEB41354small
2021 Apr 12 14:11:043.69013.864deb Kosmos-222722425small
2021 Apr 13 18:41:413.80510.807FENGYUN 1C DEB30214small
2021 Apr 14 06:22:311.98614.614DMSP-16 DEB28055small
2021 Apr 14 08:58:002.62114.296deb Atmosphere 220798small
2021 Apr 14 09:57:572.0178.348FENGYUN 1C DEB38721small
2021 Apr 14 09:58:451.6667.742NOAA 16 DEB41411small
2021 Apr 14 22:33:332.3977.490METEOR 2-8 DEB36320small
2021 Apr 15 02:04:014.28714.000SCOUT A DEB31407small
2021 Apr 15 03:07:143.45613.745deb r/b Ablestar121medium
2021 Apr 15 18:52:390.34712.282FENGYUN 1C DEB31412small
2021 Apr 16 20:45:361.14714.012SL-16 DEB39725small
2021 Apr 17 02:10:053.04612.363DMSP 5D-3 F17 DEB29524small
2021 Apr 17 08:03:304.56113.559DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB40479small
2021 Apr 17 10:14:480.96114.881FENGYUN 1C DEB29772small
2021 Apr 17 12:23:293.6133.621METEOR 2-5 DEB38534small
 

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