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Cosmos 468 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 24 02:21:242.40313.532NOAA 17 DEB48740small
2021 Sep 24 03:44:523.12714.163COSMOS 2251 DEB34117small
2021 Sep 24 09:54:272.28310.001FENGYUN 1C DEB35117small
2021 Sep 24 13:06:381.70514.730FENGYUN 1C DEB30101small
2021 Sep 24 18:55:004.9186.660FENGYUN 1C DEB33716small
2021 Sep 24 23:06:354.65814.737deb Feng Yun 1B23261small
2021 Sep 25 14:50:594.54714.873FENGYUN 1C DEB31807small
2021 Sep 25 18:58:433.1133.936FENGYUN 1C DEB31174small
2021 Sep 25 19:14:484.83213.911PSLV DEB35351small
2021 Sep 26 01:01:474.81111.674IRIDIUM 33 DEB34525small
2021 Sep 26 17:37:572.76312.418Cosmos 1125 Rocket11511large
2021 Sep 26 19:53:123.62414.590METEOR 2-7 DEB36879small
2021 Sep 26 21:06:572.91711.473HAIYANG 1C43609large
2021 Sep 27 10:36:434.18413.479Cosmos 1954 Rocket19257large
2021 Sep 27 13:27:351.82414.291COSMOS 2251 DEB34011small
2021 Sep 27 14:05:514.76814.872deb Delta20029small
2021 Sep 27 21:11:264.69914.765FENGYUN 1C DEB31328small
2021 Sep 27 21:12:053.8446.339deb r/b Ablestar480small
2021 Sep 28 00:03:132.3194.720Orbcomm 1925418medium
2021 Sep 28 09:55:041.4013.346IRIDIUM 16543572large
2021 Sep 28 18:10:193.0156.849Iridium 724793large
2021 Sep 29 09:26:022.0954.574Orbcomm 1725420medium
2021 Sep 29 14:47:582.8638.812Orbcomm A3 (FM07)25119medium
2021 Sep 29 17:25:013.93914.645NOAA 611416large
2021 Sep 30 00:00:031.95013.477COSMOS 2251 DEB33848small
 

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