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CZ-6A DEB - 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 Feb 27 15:41:594.4863.969FENGYUN 1C DEB30608medium
2024 Feb 27 20:40:262.82411.053NOAA 16 DEB41304small
2024 Feb 28 01:46:554.9098.944deb S5M25226medium
2024 Feb 28 07:33:340.2556.698DMSP 5D-2 F11 DEB29073small
2024 Feb 28 08:25:323.6414.363CZ-4 R/B DEB37623small
2024 Feb 28 20:33:553.06014.997COSMOS 2251 DEB35961small
2024 Feb 28 23:17:523.62614.714COSMOS 2251 DEB37483small
2024 Feb 29 00:57:582.61614.717COSMOS 2251 DEB37483small
2024 Feb 29 02:38:033.38914.720COSMOS 2251 DEB37483small
2024 Feb 29 04:03:543.00814.811FENGYUN 1C DEB33601small
2024 Feb 29 04:06:470.88914.766deb r/b Ablestar260small
2024 Feb 29 04:18:084.74914.723COSMOS 2251 DEB37483small
2024 Feb 29 07:47:384.6781.970NOAA 16 DEB41295small
2024 Feb 29 07:48:144.93614.846METEOR 2-5 DEB38272small
2024 Feb 29 19:32:584.81114.853METEOR 2-5 DEB38272small
2024 Mar 01 03:59:021.02514.871METEOR 2-5 DEB45507small
2024 Mar 01 07:53:003.11514.861COSMOS 2251 DEB35442small
2024 Mar 01 15:32:082.97714.858Meteor 2-7 Rocket12457large
2024 Mar 02 01:31:544.9956.981NOAA 16 DEB41652small
2024 Mar 02 03:15:454.65710.003SENTINEL 5P42969large
2024 Mar 02 19:55:423.90514.182deb Kosmos-127517640small
2024 Mar 03 02:02:402.73114.665FENGYUN 1C DEB37707small
2024 Mar 03 04:19:443.93811.566FENGYUN 1C DEB31431small
2024 Mar 03 15:58:051.34214.819METEOR 2-5 DEB40214small
2024 Mar 04 00:59:224.0875.396COSMOS 2251 DEB37132small
 

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