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STRAND 1 - 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 Apr 24 23:53:534.85612.028SL-16 DEB43353small
2024 Apr 25 00:28:294.5082.473IRIDIUM 33 DEB36011small
2024 Apr 25 04:44:452.80014.555Cosmos 8589443large
2024 Apr 25 05:43:364.74812.084ZY-1 02E50465large
2024 Apr 25 10:31:360.5592.686IRIDIUM 13443075large
2024 Apr 25 11:23:394.87813.161deb GEOSAT 115615small
2024 Apr 25 13:11:210.88614.877Star 20 E-3114155medium
2024 Apr 26 00:20:554.92914.735deb Ariane17478small
2024 Apr 26 11:26:083.12614.748HAI YANG 1B31113large
2024 Apr 26 15:08:363.0659.246IRIDIUM 15843571large
2024 Apr 27 00:14:263.62613.051NOAA 17 DEB48731small
2024 Apr 27 03:27:063.77114.607NOAA 17 DEB48754small
2024 Apr 27 07:59:020.8175.967Cosmos 7838458large
2024 Apr 27 11:37:252.99214.778FENGYUN 1C DEB37689small
2024 Apr 27 20:35:023.38814.832COSMOS 2251 DEB37494small
2024 Apr 27 23:59:014.50114.680CZ-6A DEB54902small
2024 Apr 28 00:01:554.94114.916SCOUT X-4 DEB40592small
2024 Apr 28 01:41:052.57514.767FENGYUN 1C DEB32089small
2024 Apr 28 21:16:084.80114.628FENGYUN 1C DEB29989small
2024 Apr 29 11:32:342.99914.730COSMOS 2251 DEB34468small
2024 Apr 29 13:46:124.15914.873SL-16 DEB39891small
2024 Apr 29 16:01:532.27614.395Cosmos 44876large
2024 Apr 29 22:33:472.96513.709PEGASUS DEB39319small
2024 Apr 30 10:30:161.59814.668CZ-6A DEB55208small
2024 Apr 30 13:50:294.38914.655CZ-6A DEB55550small
2024 Apr 30 23:55:374.42514.956Cosmos 126312388large
 

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