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CZ-2D R/B - 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 Oct 20 12:48:513.33813.874NOAA 16 DEB41136small
2020 Oct 20 16:56:183.56514.821Meteor 1-18 Rocket7364large
2020 Oct 20 20:10:582.59013.974NOAA 16 DEB42369small
2020 Oct 20 21:55:303.71012.557DMSP 5D-2 F12 DEB41835medium
2020 Oct 21 07:12:064.33013.268FENGYUN 1C DEB31427small
2020 Oct 21 08:08:164.13914.297Meteor 2-7 Rocket12457large
2020 Oct 21 15:44:434.1296.187FENGYUN 1C DEB31934small
2020 Oct 22 07:27:273.9732.469METEOR 2-6 DEB28986small
2020 Oct 22 20:43:034.78314.727deb r/b Ablestar254small
2020 Oct 23 03:10:082.7875.556FENGYUN 1C DEB30859small
2020 Oct 23 08:36:143.68314.727FENGYUN 1C DEB29888small
2020 Oct 23 12:25:414.05010.965FENGYUN 1C DEB33724small
2020 Oct 23 15:01:340.8005.801deb Delta 13912168medium
2020 Oct 23 19:24:043.1597.302COSMOS 1670 DEB44569small
2020 Oct 23 23:23:043.27912.640CZ-4C DEB38293small
2020 Oct 23 23:23:144.78812.628COSMOS 2251 DEB34913small
2020 Oct 24 01:54:003.51813.209FENGYUN 1C DEB36188small
2020 Oct 24 01:59:433.5291.922deb Agena D4737small
2020 Oct 24 02:45:534.83412.604COSMOS 2251 DEB33942medium
2020 Oct 24 07:45:304.04614.768COSMOS 2251 DEB33913small
2020 Oct 24 14:47:360.35914.279FENGYUN 1C DEB32188small
2020 Oct 24 17:05:444.05713.292NOAA 16 DEB41264small
2020 Oct 25 02:24:202.97312.489COSMOS 2251 DEB37994small
2020 Oct 25 23:00:412.7204.145deb Kosmos-222722397small
2020 Oct 26 00:06:484.16814.710NOAA 16 DEB41213small
 

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