Current GPS Satellite Data




The following satellite information is provided by the National Geospatial-Intelligence 
Agency (NGA) GPS Division.  This information is supplied for all who have an interest in GPS.  
For more satellite/station information, see the latest documentation on the NGA GPS Document
Page, March 2014.

    
Satellite         Freq.         
 PRN/SVN   Plane  Std #   Block     Comments
---------+-------+-----+----------+-------------------------------------------------------------
  01/63     D2     Rb1    IIF-2    Launched: 16 July 2011...Clock swap, 05 October 2011, 
   ---                              from Cs3 to Rb1...set healthy 14 October 2011...
  02/61     D1     Rb1     IIR      
  03/33     C5     Cs4     IIA      
  04/34     D4     Rb1     IIA     Will be replaced by upcoming SVN64...SVN34
   ---                              will be going to D2F slot as backup to SVN46 (D5)...
  05/50     E3     Rb1  IIR-21/M8  
   ---
  06/36     C6     Rb1     IIA     SVN36 will be placed in reserve on launch of next IIF... 
  06/67                   IIF-6    Scheduled launch: May 2014... 
   ---
  07/48     A4     Rb3  IIR-19/M6
  08/38     A2     Cs4     IIA     Re-phased to A2 plane/slot as backup to SVN52/PRN31...
  09/39     A5     Cs4	   IIA     Re-phased to A3 plane/slot as backup to SVN38/PRN08...
   ---                              to be parked near SVN38/PRN08...
  10/40     E3     Cs3     IIA     
  11/46     D5     Rb1     IIR      
  12/58     B4     Rb3  IIR-16/M3    
  13/43     F3     Rb1     IIR      
  14/41     F1     Rb1     IIR 
  15/55     F2A    Rb3  IIR-17/M4
  16/56     B1     Rb3     IIR      
  17/53     C4     Rb3  IIR-14/M1    
  18/54     E4     Rb1     IIR         
  19/59     C3     Rb3     IIR       
  20/51     E1     Rb1     IIR      
  21/45     D3     Rb3     IIR      
  22/47     E2     Rb3     IIR      
  23/60     F4     Rb2     IIR     
   ---
  24/65     A1     Cs3    IIF-3    Launched: 04 October 2012...
   ---                              Set healthy 14 November 2012...
  25/62     B2     Rb1    IIF-1    Launched 28 May 2010...Clock swap, 12 July 2010,
   ---                              from Cs3 to Rb1...Set healthy 27 August 2010...
  26/26     F2F    Rb2     IIA     Clock swap, 13 February 2012, from Rb1 to Rb2... 
   ---
  27/66     C2     Rb2    IIF-4    Launched: 15 May 2013...set healthy 21 June 2013 (1958Z),,,
  28/44     B3     Rb2     IIR
  29/57     C1     Rb3  IIR-18/M5
   ---
  ##/49     A6     Rb2  IIR-20/M7  Currently placed in reserve...
  ##/32     --     ---     IIA     Resuming L-band tranmission, but unusable UFN...
   ---
  30/64     A3     Rb2    IIF-5    Launched 20 February 2014...will be given PRN30...after
   ---                              launch, SVN49 will be placed in reserve...
  31/52     A2     Rb3  IIR-15/M2    
  32/23     E5     Rb2     IIA     Old PRN23/SVN23...Reinstatement on 27 June 2007...

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Satellite         Freq.         
 PRN/SVN   Plane  Std #   Block   
---------+-------+-----+----------+-Scheduled-Upcoming-Launches---------------------------------
  06/67                   IIF-6    Scheduled launch: May 2014...will be given PRN06...then SVN36
                                    will be placed in reserve...
  ##/68                   IIF-7    Scheduled launch: Currently July 2014...

---------+-------+-----+----------+------Recent-Decommissionings--------------------------------
  30/35     B5     Rb1     IIA     >>>Decommissioned on 01 May 2013<<<
   ---                                ------------------------------
  24/24     D5     Cs4     IIA     >>>Decommissioned on 04 November 2011<<<
  27/27     A6     Rb2     IIA     >>>Decommissioned on 10 August 2011<<<
  30/30     B5     Cs3     IIA     >>>Decommissioned on 20 July 2011<<<
  
---------+-------+-----+----------+------Unfortunate-Happenings---------------------------------
  12/42     --     ---     IIR     Destroyed during Launch (1997)
  20/50     --     ---     IIR     Moisture Seepage at Pre-Launch (1999): Got Wet (DNL)

---------+-------+-----+----------+-------------------------------------------------------------
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   * 3 Wheel Vehicles/Autonomous Momentum Dumps at 0.2 or 0.8 sec.
  ** Pitch, Roll, P&R at 0.4, 1.6, and 1.6+ sec (manual momentum dumps)
   ^ AMMM - Autonomous Magnetic Momentum Management (Mode 5)
   + Experiences glint firings prior to and after eclipse season...glint firings are
      due to sunlight entering/disorienting sensors causing small thrusts
 >##< Satellite having ??serious?? problems...may not be long before non-operational
  DNL - Did Not Launch
  GLAN - Geographic Longitude of the Ascending Node
  UFN - Until Further Notice
  NET - No Earlier Than
  TBD - To Be Determined
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  For civilian information, contact the United States Coast Guard (NAVCEN) at 
    (703)313-5900, 24 hours daily, or go to their web-site at:
       http://www.navcen.uscg.gov
  For military information, contact the GPS Support Center, 2SOPS, Schriever Air 
    Force Base, Colorado, at (719)567-2541 or DSN 560-2541, GPS@Schriever.af.mil.
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  Additional link(s):

Schriever AFB GPS Aerospace GPS


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Document last modified Thursday, 20-Mar-2014 08:23:39 EDT