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Cosmos 2297 - 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 Feb 26 02:36:433.7425.246FENGYUN 1C DEB29987small
2021 Feb 26 04:06:134.33711.809FENGYUN 1C DEB35175small
2021 Feb 26 06:26:483.22314.200deb Kosmos-127518592small
2021 Feb 26 10:16:094.11314.721FENGYUN 1C DEB31292small
2021 Feb 26 17:06:554.54613.675COSMOS 1603 DEB43312small
2021 Feb 26 18:39:152.12414.464FENGYUN 1C DEB29875small
2021 Feb 26 19:28:171.13514.254NOAA 16 DEB41366small
2021 Feb 27 00:22:553.49814.565FENGYUN 1C DEB32090small
2021 Feb 27 02:14:304.87413.884NOAA 16 DEB41276small
2021 Feb 27 04:32:472.34014.723FENGYUN 1C DEB29876small
2021 Feb 27 05:36:350.30613.144NOAA 16 DEB42426small
2021 Feb 27 11:21:243.36614.726NOAA 16 DEB41128small
2021 Feb 27 15:28:481.8786.457GMS 1 Rocket BM10234large
2021 Feb 27 16:39:223.89313.539FENGYUN 1C DEB30145small
2021 Feb 28 19:50:112.48511.577FENGYUN 1C DEB29844small
2021 Feb 28 20:49:154.63614.668FENGYUN 1C DEB30925small
2021 Mar 01 15:42:133.68414.463COSMOS 1275 DEB42127small
2021 Mar 01 17:49:134.43414.321NOAA 16 DEB41515small
2021 Mar 01 22:54:212.28714.315FENGYUN 1C DEB33687small
2021 Mar 02 00:38:352.66910.708DMSP 5D-2 F13 DEB40513small
2021 Mar 02 00:51:532.83214.712NOAA 16 DEB41355small
2021 Mar 02 00:56:381.73514.754NOAA 16 DEB41503small
2021 Mar 02 05:05:512.98414.685NOAA 16 DEB41405small
2021 Mar 02 06:02:281.25214.762NOAA 16 DEB41152small
2021 Mar 03 01:23:053.52614.331FENGYUN 1C DEB41831small
 

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