2007 in spaceflight


2007 in spaceflight

rowspan = 4|10 January, 03:53 GMT [cite web
url = http://www.rediff.com/news/2007/jan/10pslv.htm
title = All 4 PSLV-C7 satellites launched into orbit
publisher = Rediff
author = T K Rohit
date=2007-01-10
accessdate=2008-03-29
]
rowspan = 4|flagicon|INDPSLV
rowspan = 4|nowrap|flagicon|INDSatish Dhawan
rowspan = 4|flagicon|INDISRO
|flagicon|INDCartosat 2
|ISRO
|LEO (Sun synchronous polar orbit)
|Earth observation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|flagicon|INDSRE-1
|ISRO
|LEO (Polar)
|Technology development
|22 January 2007, 04:16 GMT [cite web
url = http://www.isro.org/pressrelease/Jan22_2007.htm
title = Space Capsule Successfully Recovered
publisher = ISRO
date=2007-01-22
accessdate=2008-03-29
]
|Successful
|First Indian spacecraft recovery
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|nowrap|flagicon|IDN/flagicon|GERLAPAN-TUBSAT
|LAPAN/TU Berlin
|LEO (Polar)
|Earth imaging
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|flagicon|ARGPehuensat 1
|Asociación Argentina de Tecnología Espacial
|LEO (Polar)
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|11 January, 22:28 GMT [cite web
url = http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_generic.jsp?channel=awst&id=news/CHI01177.xml
title = Chinese Test Anti-Satellite Weapon
author = Craig Covault
publisher = Aviation Week
date=2007-01-17
accessdate=2008-03-29
]
|flagicon|PRCDF-21
|flagicon|PRCXichangcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.576
title = Issue 576
date= 2007-02-02
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-03-29
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|PRCPLA
|PLA
|Sub-orbital
|ASAT test - intercept satellite
|11 January 2007
|Successful
|Destroyed Feng Yun 1C satellite
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|16 January, 02:20 GMT
|flagicon|JPNS-310
|flagicon|JPNUchinoura
|flagicon|JPNJAXA
|JAXA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|16 January 2007
|Successful
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|18 January, 02:12 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
|flagicon|KAZLC-1/5, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSProgress 24P (M-59)
|RKA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Resupply ISS
|1 August 2007, 19:26 GMT
|Successful
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|19 January, 12:29 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant VB
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAJOULE II
|Clemson University/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|19 January 2007
|Successful
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|19 January, 12:30 GMT
|flagicon|USA/flagicon|CANTerrier-Black Brant IX
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAJOULE II
|Clemson University/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|19 January 2007
|Successful
-
|19 January, 12:44 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAJOULE II
|Clemson University/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|19 January 2007
|Successful
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|19 January, 12:45 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAJOULE II
|Clemson University/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|19 January 2007
|Successful
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|27 January, 05:20 GMT
|flagicon|RUSScud
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Army
|Target
rowspan="2"|MDA
rowspan="2"|Sub-orbital
rowspan="2"|ABM test
rowspan="2"|27 January, 2007
rowspan="2"|Successful
rowspan="2"
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|27 January
|flagicon|USATHAAD
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Army
|THAAD
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|30 January
|flagicon|RUSScud
|flagicon|SYRSyria
|flagicon|SYRSyrian military
|Re-entry vehicle
|Syrian military
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|30 January
|Successful
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|30 January, 23:22 GMT
|flagicon|UKRZenit 3SL
|nowrap|flagicon|NOROcean Odyssey
Pacific Ocean
|flagicon|UNSea Launch
|flagicon|NEDNSS-8
|SES New Skies
|Intended: Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Never left ground
|Failure
|Rocket exploded on pad
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|2 February, 16:28 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.577
title = Issue 577
date= 2007-02-25
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-03-29
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3A
|flagicon|PRCLC-2, Xichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCBeidou-1D
|Chinese government
|GSO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Problems deploying solar panels
Corrected from ground
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|7 February, 08:15 GMT
|flagicon|USAMinuteman III
|flagicon|USALF-10, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAUSAF
|Mk. 21 re-entry vehicle
|USAF
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test launch
|7 February 2007
|Successful
|Impacted Reagan Test Site
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|12 February, 12:45 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant XII
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAROPAcite web
author =Lynch Rocket Group
publisher = Dartmouth College
title = ROPA
date = 8 March 2007
url =http://www.dartmouth.edu/~aurora/ropa.html
format = HTML
]
|University of Dartmouth
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|12 February 2007
|Successful
-
|14 February, 09:22 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAHEX 2
|University of Alaska/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Thermospheric research
|14 February 2007
|Successful
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|14 February, 09:27 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant X
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAHEX 2
|University of Alaska/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Thermospheric research
|14 February 2007
|Successful
-
|14 February, 09:36 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAHEX 2
|University of Alaska/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Thermospheric research
|14 February 2007
|Successful
-
|14 February, 09:38 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAHEX 2
|University of Alaska/Geospace
|Sub-orbital
|Thermospheric research
|14 February 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan ="5"|17 February
23:01 GMT
rowspan ="5"|flagicon|USABoeing Delta II (7925-10C)
rowspan ="5"|flagicon|USALC-17B, Cape Canaveral
rowspan ="5"|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USATHEMIS-A
|NASA
|HEO
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USATHEMIS-B
|NASA
|HEO
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USATHEMIS-C
|NASA
|HEO
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USATHEMIS-D
|NASA
|HEO
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USATHEMIS-E
|NASA
|HEO
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan="2"|24 February 04:41 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|JPNH-IIA 2024
rowspan="2"|flagicon|JPNPad Y, Tanegashima
rowspan="2"|flagicon|JPNJAXA
|flagicon|JPNIGS-Radar 3
|Japanese government
|LEO (Sun-Synchronous)
|Reconnaissance satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|JPNIGS-Optical 3 Verification
|Japanese government
|LEO (Sun-Synchronous)
|Demonstration reconnaissance satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|25 February
|flagicon|IRNShahab-3
|flagicon|IRNIARI
|flagicon|IRNKavesh
|INSA
|Sub-orbital
|Scientific research
|25 February 2007
|Successful
|First successful Iranian scientific launch
-
|28 February, 08:39 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant XII
|flagicon|USAPoker Flat
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USACHARM
|LaBelle/University of Dartmouth
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|28 February 2007
|Successful
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|1 March
|flagicon|INDRH-200SV
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|NORAAR
|flagicon|NORMini-DUSTY 13
|AAR
|Sub-orbital
|Technology demonstration
|1 March 2007
|Failure
|Rocket underperformed and failed to reach correct apogee
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|6 March, 00:30 GMT
|flagicon|USASR-19
|flagicon|USAC-17, Kauai
|flagicon|USAUS Army
|flagicon|USASRALT
|MDA
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|6 March 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan = 6|9 March 03:10 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.578
title = Issue 578
date= 2007-03-16
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
rowspan = 6|flagicon|USALockheed Martin Atlas V (401)
rowspan = 6|flagicon|USALC-41, Cape Canaveral
rowspan = 6|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAASTRO
|DARPA
|LEO
|Refuelling & Servicing experiment (tanker/servicer)
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|flagicon|USANEXTSat
|DARPA
|LEO
|Refuelling & Servicing experiment (servicable satellite receiver)
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|flagicon|USAMidSTAR I
|US Naval Academy
|LEO
|Radiation and communication research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAFalconSat3
|United States Air Force Academy
|LEO
|Plasma/Ionospheric research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|flagicon|USASTPSat 1
|USAF's Space Test Program
|LEO
|Atmospheric research and technology demonstration
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USACFESat
|Los Alamos National Laboratory
|LEO
|Ionospheric research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan=2|11 March, 22:03 GMT
rowspan=2|flagicon|EUAriane 5 ECA
rowspan=2|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan=2|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|UKSkynet 5A
|Ministry of Defence
|GSO
|Military comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|flagicon|INDINSAT 4B
|ISRO
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|21 March, 01:10 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.579
title = Issue 579
date= 2007-04-23
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|USASpaceX Falcon 1
|flagicon|MHLOmelek
|flagicon|USASpaceX
|flagicon|USADemoSat (LCT2/AFSS)
|DARPA/NASA
|Intended: LEO
|Test rocket
GPS and communication experiments
|T+5 minutes, 5 seconds
|Failure
|Loss of signal after control problems
Failed to reach orbit
Some test objectives achieved.
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|21 March, 04:27 GMT
|flagicon|USAChimera (Minuteman/Minotaur II)
|flagicon|USALF-06, Vandenberg AFB
|nowrap|flagicon|USAOrbital Sciences
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Tracking demonstration
|21 March 2007
|Successful
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|6 April, 06:42 GMT
|flagicon|RUSScud
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Army
|MDA
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|6 April 2007
|Successful
-
|7 April, 17:31 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-FG
|flagicon|KAZLC-1, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz TMA-10
3 Cosmonauts
|RKA
|LEO,
docked to ISS
|Manned orbital flight
|21 October 2007, 10:36 GMT
|Successful
|ISS Expedition 15, space tourist
-
|9 April, 22:54 GMT
|flagicon|RUSProton-M
|flagicon|KAZLC-200, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUS/flagicon|USAILS
|flagicon|CANAnik F3
|Telesat Canada
|Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure, still in operation
|Ka-band transmitter malfunction
-
|11 April, 03:27 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 2C-III
|flagicon|PRCTaiyuan
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCHaiyang-1B
|CAST
|SSO
|Oceanographic monitoring
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|12 April, 05:32 GMT
|flagicon|INDAgni-III
|flagicon|INDChandipur
|flagicon|INDIDRDL
|Re-entry vehicle
|IDRDL
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|12 April 2007
|Successful
-
|13 April, 20:11 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3A
|flagicon|PRCLC-2, Xichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCCompass-M1 (Beidou-2A)
|CNSA
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "14"|17 April, 06:46:34 GMT
rowspan = "14"|flagicon|UKRDnepr
rowspan = "14"|flagicon|KAZLC-109, Baikonur
rowspan = "14"|flagicon|RUSISC Kosmotras
|flagicon|EGYEgyptsat-1
|NARS
|SSO
|Earth imaging
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudisat-3
|RSRI
|SSO
|Scientific Research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudiComsat-3
|RSRI
|SSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudiComsat-4
|RSRI
|SSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudiComsat-5
|RSRI
|SSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudiComsat-6
|RSRI
|SSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|SAUSaudiComsat-7
|RSRI
|SSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAPolySat-3
|CalPoly
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|In P-POD container
-
|flagicon|USAPolySat 4
|CalPoly
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|In P-POD container
-
|flagicon|USACAPE-1
|University of Louisiana at Lafayette
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure, still in operation
|In P-POD container, Problems with power supplycite web
title =CubeSat Community Website - Satellite Status (Dnepr Launch 2)
url =http://cubesat.atl.calpoly.edu/pages/missions/dnepr-launch-2/satellite-status.php
format = HTML
accessdaymonth = 27 March
accessyear = 2007
]
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|flagicon|COLLibertad 1
|Sergio Arboleda University
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|First Colombian satellite; in P-POD container
Deactivated following completion of mission
-
|flagicon|USAAeroCube 2
|Aerospace Corporation
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|In P-POD container. Solar panel/converter malfunction.
-
|flagicon|USACSTB-1
|Boeing
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|In P-POD container
-
|flagicon|USAMAST
|Tethers Unlimited
|SSO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|In P-POD container
-
rowspan=2|23 April, 10:00 GMT
rowspan=2|flagicon|INDPSLV-CA
rowspan=2|flagicon|INDSriharikota
rowspan=2|flagicon|INDISRO
|flagicon|ITAAGILE
|ASI
|LEO
|Gamma ray observation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|INDAAM
|ISRO
|LEO
|Technology demonstration
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 April, 06:48 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.580
title = Issue 580
date= 2007-05-16
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|USAMinotaur I
|flagicon|USAPad 0B, Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (Wallops Island)
|flagicon|USAOrbital Sciences
|flagicon|USANFIRE
|MDA
|LEO
|Missile early warning system
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|25 April, 20:26:00 GMT
|flagicon|USAOrbital Sciences Pegasus XL
|flagicon|USAL-1011, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAOrbital Sciences
|flagicon|USAAIM (SMEX 9)
|NASA
|LEO
|Study clouds on the edge of space
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|26 April, 21:31 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|Target
rowspan="2"|US Navy
rowspan="2"|Sub-orbital
rowspan="2"|ABM test
rowspan="2"|26 April 2007
rowspan="2"|Successful
rowspan="2"
-
|flagicon|USA26 April, 21:32 GMT
|flagicon|USASM-3
|flagicon|USAUSS|Lake Erie|CG-70|6, Kauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|Inteceptor
-
rowspan="6"|28 April, 14:56 GMT
rowspan="6"|flagicon|USASpaceLoft XL
rowspan="6"|flagicon|USASpaceport America, Upham, New Mexico
rowspan="6"|flagicon|USAUP Aerospace
|flagicon|USALegacy
|Celestis
|Suborbital
|Space burial
rowspan="6"|28 April 2007
rowspan="6"|Successful
rowspan="6"|Recoverable sounding launch
Included remains of Astronaut Gordon Cooper and actor James Doohan
Reached an apogee of 117 kilometres
Bad weather delayed recovery
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|flagicon|USALaunchQuest
|CCAT/NALI
|Suborbital
|Student experiments
-
|flagicon|USARocketSat II
|NASA/University of Colorado
|Suborbital
|Technology demonstration
-
|flagicon|USASeeds
|Epsori Space Systems
|Suborbital
-
|flagicon|USAAntimatter/Space2O
|MEI
|Suborbital
|Drink ingredients
-
|flagicon|USAPersonal/commemorative items
|Astrata, RocketFoto and Astrax
|Suborbital
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rowspan=2|4 May, 22:29 GMT
rowspan=2|flagicon|EUAriane 5 ECA
rowspan=2|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan=2|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|LUXAstra 1L
|SES Astra
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|UNGalaxy 17
|Intelsat
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|12 May, 03:25:38 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
|flagicon|KAZLC-1, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSProgress 25P (M-60)
|RKA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Resupply ISS
|25 September 2007, 19:48 GMT
|Successful
-
|13 May, 16:01 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3B
|flagicon|PRCLC-2, Xichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|NGANigComSat-1
|NASRDA
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|First African geosynchronous communication satellite
-
|15 May
|flagicon|USATrident D-5
|flagicon|USAUSS|Tennessee|SSBN-734|6, Eastern Test Range
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|FCET-37
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|15 May 2007
|Successful
-
|15 May
|flagicon|USATrident D-5
|flagicon|USAUSS|Tennessee|SSBN-734|6, Eastern Test Range
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|FCET-37
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|15 May 2007
|Successful
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rowspan="2"|25 May, 07:12 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.581
title = Issue 581
date= 2007-06-23
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
rowspan="2"|flagicon|PRCLong March 2D
rowspan="2"|flagicon|PRCJiuquan
rowspan="2"|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCYaogan 2
|CNSA
|SSO
|Earth imaging
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
rowspan="2"|100th successful Chinese orbital launchcite web
last =Barbosa
first =Rui C.
date = 25 May
publisher = NASA Spaceflight.com
title =China launch Yaogan-II satellite - 100th success
url =http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5111
format = HTML
accessdaymonth = 27 May
accessyear = 2007
]
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|flagicon|PRCZheda PiXing-1 (MEMS-Pico)
|Zhejiang University
|SSO
|Microelectronic research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|25 May, 13:15 GMT
|flagicon|USAPolaris/STARS
|flagicon|USAKodiak Island
|flagicon|USASandia
|FTG-03 Target
|MDA
|Sub-orbital
|ABM Target
|25 May 2007
|Failure
|Did not reach correct altitude, GMD OBV interceptor not launchedcite web
url = http://www.mda.mil/mdalink/pdf/07news0034.pdf
title = Missile Defence Test A "No Test"
accessdaymonth = 27 May
accessyear = 2007
date = 25 May 2007
format = PDF
publisher = MDA
]
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|29 May, 10:20 GMT
|flagicon|RUSRS-24
|flagicon|RUSPlesetsk
|flagicon|RUSRVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|Test ICBM
|29 May 2007
|Successful
|Maiden flight of RS-24 missile
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rowspan="4"|29 May, 20:31:30 GMT
rowspan="4"|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-FG/Fregat
rowspan="4"|flagicon|KAZLC-31, Baikonur
rowspan="4"|flagicon|EU/flagicon|RUSStarsem
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 65
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 69
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 71
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 72
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|31 May, 16:08 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3A
|flagicon|PRCLC-2, Xichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCSinosat-3
|Sino Satellite Communications Co
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|100th flight of Long March carrier rocket
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|7 June, 18:00 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
|flagicon|RUSPlesetsk
|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2427 (Kobal't-M)
|VKS
|LEO
|Classified defence spacecraft
|22 August, 21:00 GMT
|Successful
-
|8 June, 02:34:01 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta II (7420-10)
|flagicon|USASLC-2W, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|ITACOSMO-1
|Italian government, ASI, CONAEcite web
url = http://www.asi.it/CosmoSkymed/About_COSMO-SkyMed.htm
title = About COSMO-Skymed
format = html
publisher = Italian Space Agency
]
|SSO
|Earth imaging/reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan="2"|8 June, 23:38:04 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USASpace Shuttle "Atlantis"
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USALC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USAUSA
|flagicon|USASTS-117, 7 Astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Manned orbital flight
|22 June 2007, 19:49:38 GMT
|Successful
|ISS assembly flight, crew rotation
-
|flagicon|UNITS S3/4 Truss
|NASA
|LEO, attached to ISS
|ISS component
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|10 June, 23:40 GMT
|flagicon|ISRShavit-2
|flagicon|ISRPalmachim
|flagicon|ISRIAI
|flagicon|ISROfeq-7
|IAI/Israeli military
|LEO (retrograde)
|Reconnaissance satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far cite web
url = http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Israel+beyond+politics/Israel%20successfully%20launches%20Ofek%207%20satellite%2011-Jun-2007
title = Israel successfully launches Ofek 7 satellite
date = 11 June 2007
format = html
publisher = Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
]
|Maiden flight of Shavit-2
-
|15 June, 02:14 GMT
|flagicon|UKRDnepr
|flagicon|KAZLC-109, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSISC Kosmotras
|flagicon|GERTerraSAR-X
|DLR
|LEO
|Radar/Remote Sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 June, 02:45 GMT
|flagicon|USATalos-Castor
|flagicon|AUSWoomera
|flagicon|AUSDSTO
|flagicon|AUSHyShot/HYCAUSE
|DSTO
|Sub-orbital
|Hypersonic research
|15 June
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|15 June, 15:04 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USALockheed Martin Atlas V (401)
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USALC-41, Cape Canaveral
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USANOSS 3-4A (NRO-L30R)
|NRO
|LEO
|Ocean surveillance
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
Still in operation
rowspan="2"|Placed in incorrect orbit due to premature cutoff of Centaur upper stage.cite web
url = http://space.skyrocket.de/index_frame.htm?http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_lau_det/atlas-5-401.htm
title = Atlas V (401)
format = html
publisher = Gunter's Space Page
]
Spacecraft corrected using their own thrusters, reducing lifespan
-
|flagicon|USANOSS 3-4B (NRO-L30R)
|NRO
|LEO
|Ocean surveillance
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
Still in operation
-
|15 June
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|flagicon|USAARAV
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Target Demonstration
|15 June 2007
|Successful
-
|15 June
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|flagicon|USAARAV
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Target Demonstration
|15 June 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|20 June
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USAMEI-F3
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USALas Cruces, New Mexico
rowspan="2"|flagicon|USAMEI
|flagicon|USARocketSat III
|NASA/University of Colorado
|Sub-orbital
rowspan="2"|Technology demonstration
rowspan="2"|20 June 2007
rowspan="2"|Successful
-
|flagicon|USAAntimatter/Space2O
|MEI
|Sub-orbital
|Drink ingredients
-
|21 June
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAWhite Sands
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAST-5000/CACS
|NASA/NSROC
|Sub-orbital
|Test sounding rocket
|21 June 2007
|Successful
-
|21 June
|flagicon|FRAM51
|flagicon|FRASubmarine, Biscarrosse
|flagicon|FRAFrench Navy
|French Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|21 June 2007
|Successful
-
|23 June, 02:40 GMT
|flagicon|USACastor 4B
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|Target
rowspan="2"|US Navy
rowspan="2"|Sub-orbital
rowspan="2"|ABM test
rowspan="2"|23 June 2007
rowspan="2"|Successful
rowspan="2"
-
|23 June, 02:44 GMT
|flagicon|USASM-3
|flagicon|USAUSS|Decatur|DDG-73|6, Kauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|Inteceptor
-
|28 June
|flagicon|RUSBulava
|flagicon|RUSSubmarine, White Sea
|flagicon|RUSVMF
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|28 June 2007
|Successful
-
|28 June, 15:02 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.582
title = Issue 582
date= 2007-07-07
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|UKRDnepr
|flagicon|RUSDombarovskiy
|flagicon|RUSISC Kosmotras
|flagicon|USAGenesis II
|Bigelow Aerospace
|LEO
|Experimental inflatable module
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|29 June, 10:00 GMT
|flagicon|UKRYuzhnoye Zenit-2M
|flagicon|KAZLC-45/1, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2428 (Tselina-2)
|VKS
|LEO
|Intelligence satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Maiden flight of Zenit-2M
-
|2 July, 19:38 GMT
|flagicon|RUSKosmos-3M
|flagicon|RUSLC-132/1, Plesetsk
|flagicon|RUSCOSMOS
|flagicon|GERSAR-Lupe-2
|Kommando Strategische Aufklärung, Bundeswehr
|Polar Orbit
|Radar reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|5 July, 12:08 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3B
|flagicon|PRCXichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCChinasat/Chinasat-6B
|ChinaSatcom
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|7 July, 01:16:00 GMT
|flagicon|RUSProton-M Enhanced
|flagicon|KAZLC-200/39, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUS/flagicon|USAILS
|flagicon|USADirecTV-10
|DirecTV
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Maiden flight of Proton-M Enhancedcite web
url = http://www.khrunichev.ru/khrunichev/upload/images/autoref/DirecTV_10.pdf
title = DirecTV-10 Mission Overview
format = pdf
publisher = Khrunichev
]
-
|19 July
|flagicon|BRAVSB-30 (306)
|flagicon|BRAAlcântara
|flagicon|BRAAEB
|flagicon|BRACuma II
|INPE
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|19 July
|Partial failure
|Parachute or floatation system malfunction prevented recovery
-
|2 August, 17:33:48 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.583
title = Issue 583
date= 2007-08-04
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
|flagicon|KAZLC-1, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSProgress 26P (M-61)
|RKA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Resupply ISS
Technology development
|22 January 2008, 19:52 GMT
|Successful
|Remained in orbit after undocking to conduct technological experiments
-
|3 August, 22:51:20 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAMASS 1
|NASA/University of Colorado
|Sub-orbital
|Atmospheric research
|3 August 2007
|Successful
-
|3 August, 23:22 GMT
|flagicon|USANike-Orion
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|GERDLR
|flagicon|NOR/flagicon|GER/flagicon|FRAECOMA 3
|ARR/DLR/IAP
|Sub-orbital
|Atmospheric research
|3 August 2007
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|126.5|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
-
|4 August, 09:26:34 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta II (7925)
|flagicon|USALC-17A, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAPhoenix
|NASA
|Heliocentric orbit
|Mars lander
|25 May 2008 (on Mars)
|Successful so far
-
|6 August, 22:56 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAMASS 2
|NASA/University of Colorado
|Sub-orbital
|Atmospheric research
|6 August 2007
|Successful
-
|7 August
|flagicon|RUSVolna (R-29R/SS-N-18)
|flagicon|RUSDelta III submarine, Pacific Ocean
|flagicon|RUSVMF
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|7 August 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan="3"|8 August, 22:36:42 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.584
title = Issue 584
date= 2007-08-19
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
rowspan="3"|flagicon|USASpace Shuttle "Endeavour"
rowspan="3"|flagicon|USALC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan="3"|flagicon|USAUSA
|flagicon|USASTS-118, 7 Astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"|21 August, 16:32 GMT
|Successful
|ISS assembly flight
-
|flagicon|USASpaceHab LSM
|NASA/SpaceHab
|LEO, attached to "Endeavour"
|ISS logistics
|Successful
|Final flight of SpaceHab module
-
|flagicon|UNISS S5 Truss
|NASA
|LEO, attached to ISS
|ISS component
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|13 August, 05:45 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant IX
|flagicon|USALC-36, White Sands
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAJHU LIDOS 2
|NASA/JHU
|Sub-orbital
|Ultraviolet astronomy
|13 August 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|14 August, 23:44 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUAriane 5 ECA
rowspan="2"|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|USASpaceway 3
|Hughes Network Systems
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|JPNBSat 3a
|Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|23 August, 08:31 GMT cite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.585
title = Issue 585
date= 2007-09-19
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|USAChimera (Minuteman/Minotaur II)
|flagicon|USALF-06, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAOrbital Sciences
|flagicon|USANFIRE 2a target
|MDA
|Sub-orbital
|NFIRE test
|23 August 09:01 GMT
|Successful
-
|2 September, 10:20 GMT
|flagicon|JPNS-520
|flagicon|JPNUchinoura
|flagicon|JPNJAXA
|flagicon|JPN WIND
|JAXA / Kochi University of Technology
|Sub-orbital
|Thermosphere research
|2 September 2007
|Successful
-
|2 September, 12:51 GMT
|flagicon|INDGSLV
|flagicon|INDSLP, Sriharikota
|flagicon|INDISRO
|flagicon|INDINSAT-4CR
|ISRO
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure, still in operation
|Apogee lower and inclination higher than expected, due to carrier rocket underperformance. cite web
url = http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0709/02insat4cr
title = India's large satellite launcher returns to flight
last = Clark
first = Stephen
date = 2 September 2007
format = html
publisher = Spaceflight Now
] Lifespan further reduced by drift following tracking failure. 5 years of operational life lost.cite web
url=http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?newsid=1139429
title = Isro satellite ‘disappears’, loses five years of life
last = Ram
first = Arun
date = 15 December 2007
format = html
publisher = DNA-India
]
-
|5 September, 22:43 GMT
|flagicon|RUSProton-M
|flagicon|KAZLC-200/39, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUS/flagicon|USAILS
|flagicon|JPNJCSAT-11
|JSAT
|Intended: Geostationary
|Comsat
|~T+135 seconds
|Failure
|Second stage failed to separate due to damaged cablingcite web
url = http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n0710/11protonreport/index2.html
title = Damaged cable blamed for downing Proton rocket
last = Clark
first = Stephen
date = 11 October 2007
accessdaymonth = 13 October
accessyear = 2007
format = html
publisher = Spaceflight Now
] .
-
|6 September, 21:09 GMT
|flagicon|USATerrier-Orion
|flagicon|USAWFF
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAPLAYER
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Technology demonstration
|6 September 2007, 21:19 GMT
|Successful
-
|11 September, 13:05 GMT
|flagicon|RUSKosmos-3M
|flagicon|RUSLC-132/1, Plesetsk
|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2429 (Parus)
|VKS
|LEO
|Military navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan="3"|14 September, 01:31:01 GMT
rowspan="3"|flagicon|JPNH-IIA 2022
rowspan="3"|flagicon|JPNTanegashima
rowspan="3"|flagicon|JPNMHI
|flagicon|JPNKaguya (SELENE)
|JAXA
|Selenocentric
|Lunar orbiter
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|JPNRSAT
|JAXA
|Selenocentric
|Lunar orbiter
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|JPNVRAD
|JAXA
|Selenocentric
|Lunar orbiter
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan=2|14 September, 11:00 GMT
rowspan=2|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
rowspan=2|flagicon|KAZLC-1/5, Baikonur
rowspan=2|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|EU/flagicon|RUSFoton-M3
|RKA/ESA
|LEO
|Scientific research
|26 September 2007, 07:58 GMT
|Successful
-
|flagicon|EUYES2
|LEO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|Tether may have failed to deploy fully. Satellite recovery failed.cite web
url = http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEMBBBC1S6F_index_0.html
title = YES2 student payload released from Foton-M3
date = 25 September 2007
format = html
publisher = European Space Agency
]
-
|18 September, 18:35 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta II (7920-10C)
|flagicon|USASLC-2W, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAWorldView-1
|DigitalGlobe
|LEO
|Imaging
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|75th consecutive successful Delta II launch.
-
|19 September, 03:26 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 4B
|flagicon|PRCTaiyuan
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRC/flagicon|BRACBERS-2B (Ziyuan 1-02B)
|CASC/INPE
|SSO
|Remote sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|nowrap|27 September, 11:34 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.586
title = Issue 586
date= 2007-10-14
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|USADelta II (7925H)
|flagicon|USALC-17B, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USADawn
|NASA
|Heliocentric
Then: Ceres orbit
Then: Vesta orbit
|Explore Dwarf Planet Ceres and asteroid 4 Vesta
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|28 September, 20:16 GMT
|flagicon|USAPolaris/STARS
|flagicon|USAKodiak Island
|flagicon|USASandia
rowspan="2"|FTG-03a
rowspan="2"|MDA
rowspan="2"|Sub-orbital
rowspan="2"|ABM Test
rowspan="2"|28 September 2007
rowspan="2"|Successful
rowspan="2"
-
|28 September, 20:18 GMT
|flagicon|USATHAAD
|flagicon|USALF-23, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAMDA
-
|5 October, 05:05 GMT
|flagicon|INDAgni
|flagicon|INDBalasore
|flagicon|INDIDRDL
|IDRDL
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|5 October 2007
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|5 October, 22:02:26 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUAriane 5GS
rowspan="2"|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|UNIntelsat 11
|Intelsat
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|AUSOptus D-2
|Optus
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|10 October, 13:22:39 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-FG
|flagicon|KAZLC-1/5, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz TMA-11
3 Cosmonauts
|RKA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Manned orbital flight
|19 April 2008
|Successful
|ISS Expedition 16, first Malaysian in space
-
|11 October, 00:22 GMT
|flagicon|USALockheed Martin Atlas V (421)
|flagicon|USALC-41, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAUSA-195 (WGS-1)
|US Air Force
|Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Maiden flight of Atlas V 421
-
|17 October, 12:23:00 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.587
title = Issue 587
date= 2007-10-30
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|USADelta II (7925-9.5)
|flagicon|USALC-17A, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAUSA-196 (GPS 2R-17/M4)
|US Air Force
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|700th flight of Thor rocket (Variant used as first stage).
-
rowspan="4"|20 October, 20:12:25 GMT
rowspan="4"|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-FG/Fregat
rowspan="4"|flagicon|KAZLC-31, Baikonur
rowspan="4"|flagicon|EU/flagicon|RUSStarsem
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 66
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 67
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 68
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|USAGlobalstar 70
|Globalstar
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|23 October, 04:39 GMT
|flagicon|RUSMolniya-M/2BL
|flagicon|RUSPlesetsk
|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2430 (Oko)
|VKS
|Molniya
|Early Warning
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Final flight of Molniya-M carrier rocket
-
rowspan=2|23 October, 15:38:19 GMT
rowspan=2|flagicon|USASpace Shuttle "Discovery"
rowspan=2|flagicon|USALC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan=2|flagicon|USAUSA
|flagicon|USASTS-120, 7 Astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Manned orbital flight
|7 November 2007, 18:01 GMT
|Successful
|ISS assembly flight, crew rotation
-
|flagicon|UN"Harmony" (ISS Node 2)
|NASA
|LEO, attached to ISS
|ISS component
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 October 10:05 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 3A
|flagicon|PRCLC-3, Xichang
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCChang'e 1
|Chinese government
|Selenocentric
|Lunar probe
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|First Chinese lunar probe
-
rowspan="3"|26 October, 07:35:24 GMT
rowspan="3"|flagicon|RUSProton-K/DM-2
rowspan="3"|flagicon|KAZLC-81/24, Baikonur
rowspan="3"|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2431 (Glonass-M)
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2432 (Glonass-M)
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|RUSKosmos 2433 (Glonass-M)
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|30 October, 04:12:52 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant IX
|flagicon|USAPad 1, Wallops Flight Facility
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAEARLE
|NASA/University Of Texas
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|30 October 2007, 04:26:17 GMT
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|1 November, 00:51:44 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.588
title = Issue 588
date= 2007-09-19
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
rowspan="2"|flagicon|RUSKosmos-3M
rowspan="2"|flagicon|RUSLC-132, Plesetsk
rowspan="2"|flagicon|RUSCOSMOS
|flagicon|GERSAR-Lupe 3
|Kommando Strategische Aufklärung, Bundeswehr
|LEO (polar)
|Military reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|LUX/flagicon|EUAIS
|LuxSpace Sarl/ESA
|LEO (polar)
|Technology demonstration
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|6 November, 18:00 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant IX
|flagicon|USALC-36, White Sands
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USAEUNIS
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Solar research
|6 November 2007
|Successful
-
|11 November, 01:50 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta IV-H (9250H)
|flagicon|USALC-37B, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USADSP-23
|DoD
|GEO
|Missile early warning system
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Final DSP satellite
-
|11 November, 22:48 GMT
|flagicon|PRCLong March 4C (Long March 4B-II)
|flagicon|PRCTaiyuan
|flagicon|PRCCNSA
|flagicon|PRCYaogan 3
|CNSA
|SSO
|Earth imaging/Remote sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|First flight of Long March 4C after redesignation
-
rowspan="2"|14 November, 22:06 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUAriane 5 ECA
rowspan="2"|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|UKSkynet 5B
|MoD
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
rowspan="2"|Record mass to GTO - kg to lb|9535|wiki=yes|abbr=yescite web|url=http://www.nasaspaceflight.com/content/?cid=5285|publisher=NASASpaceflight.com|title=Ariane 5 ECA launches with Skynet 5B and Star One C1|author=Chris Bergin|date=2007-11-14|accessdate=2008-04-03]
-
|flagicon|BRAStar One C1
|Star One
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|17 November, 22:39:47 GMT
|flagicon|RUSProton-M/Briz-M
|flagicon|KAZLC-200/39, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUS/flagicon|USAILS
|flagicon|SWESIRIUS 4
|SES SIRIUS
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|8 December
|flagicon|RUSRS-12M Topol-M
|flagicon|RUSKapustin Yar
|flagicon|RUSRVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|8 December 2007
|Successful
-
|9 December, 00:16 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.589
title = Issue 589
date= 2007-12-21
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|RUSProton-M/Briz-M
|flagicon|KAZLC-81/24, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSKosmos-2434 (Globus-1/Raduga-1)
|VKS
|GSO
|Military Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|9 December, 02:31:42 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta II (7420-10)
|flagicon|USASLC-2W, Vandenberg AFB
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|ITACOSMO-2
|Italian government, ASI, CONAE
|SSO
|Earth imaging/reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|10 December, 09:00:00 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant XII
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USATRICE-High
|NASA/UoI
|Sub-orbital
|Electrodynamics research
|10 December 2007
|Successful
-
|10 December, 09:02:00 GMT
|flagicon|CANBlack Brant XII
|flagicon|NORAndøya
|flagicon|USANASA
|flagicon|USATRICE-Low
|NASA/UoI
|Sub-orbital
|Electrodynamics research
|10 December 2007
|Successful
-
|10 December, 22:05 GMT
|flagicon|USALockheed Martin Atlas V (401)
|flagicon|USALC-41, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USANRO L-24 (SDS)
|NRO
|Molniya
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|14 December, 13:17:34 GMT
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-FG/Fregat
|flagicon|KAZLC-31/6, Baikonur
|flagicon|EU/flagicon|RUSStarsem
|flagicon|CANRADARSAT 2
|MDA
|SSO
|Observation satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|17 December, 22:05 GMTcite web|url=http://www.mda.mil/mdalink/pdf/07news0053.pdf|format=PDF|publisher=Missile Defense Agency|title=Japan/U.S. Missile Defense Flight Test Successful|date=2007-12-17|accessdate=2008-04-03]
|flagicon|USACastor 4B
|flagicon|USAKauai
|flagicon|USAUS Navy
|Mock warhead
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|ABM target
|17 December
|Successful
rowspan="2"|First Japanese ABM test (Using American technology)
-
|17 December, 22:08 GMT
|flagicon|USA SM-3
(RIM-161)
|flagicon|JPN DDG-173 Kongou
|flagicon|JPN JMSDF
|AEGIS
|JMSDF
|Sub-orbital
|ABM test
|17 December
|Successful
-
|17 December
|flagicon|RUS R-29RM Sineva
(RSM-54/SS-N-23)
|flagicon|RUS K-114 Tula, Barents Sea
|flagicon|RUS VMF
|Multiple re-entry vehicles
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|17 December
|Successful
|Impacted Kura Test Range
-
|17 December
|flagicon|BRAVS-30
|flagicon|BRABarreira do Inferno
|flagicon|BRAAEB
|flagicon|BRA/flagicon|ARGAngicos
|AEB, CONAE
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|17 December
|Successful
-
|20 December, 20:04:00 GMT
|flagicon|USADelta II (7925-9.5)
|flagicon|USALC-17A, Cape Canaveral
|flagicon|USAULA
|flagicon|USAGPS 2R-18
|US Air Force
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan="2"|21 December, 21:41:55 GMT
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUAriane 5 GS
rowspan="2"|flagicon|FRAELA-3, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan="2"|flagicon|EUArianespace
|flagicon|UN/flagicon|JPNHorizons-2
|Intelsat/JSAT
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|MUSRascom-QAF 1
|RascomSTAR-QAF
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure, still in operation
|Helium leak affected early operationscite web|url=http://www.thalesonline.com/space/Press-Room/Press-Release-search-all/Press-Release-search-result/Press-Release-Article.html?link=79404206-6919-634c-264b-6b5466762b7e:central&locale=EN-gb&Title=RASCOM-QAF1%C2%92s+Launch+Early+Operation+Procedures+have+been+stopped&dis=1|publisher=Thales Alenia Space|title=RASCOM-QAF1’s Launch Early Operation Procedures have been stopped|date=2007-12-29|accessdate=2008-04-03] , reducing operational lifetime by 13 years.
-
|23 December, 07:12:41 GMTcite web
url = http://www.planet4589.org/space/jsr/back/news.590
title = Issue 590
date= 2008-01-16
author= Dr. Jonathan McDowell
accessdate= 2008-04-03
format= html
publisher= Jonathan's Space Report
language= English
]
|flagicon|RUSSoyuz-U
|flagicon|KAZLC-1/5, Baikonur
|flagicon|RUSRKA
|flagicon|RUSProgress 27P (M-62)
|RKA
|LEO, docked to ISS
|Resupply ISS
|15 February 2008, 10:29 GMT
|Successful
-
|25 December, 10:00 GMT
|flagicon|RUS R-29RM Sineva
(RSM-54/SS-N-23)
|flagicon|RUS K-114 Tula, Barents Sea
|flagicon|RUS VMF
|Multiple re-entry vehicles
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|25 December
|Successful
|Impacted Kura Test Range
-
|25 December, 13:10 GMT
|flagicon|RUSRS-24
|flagicon|RUSPlesetsk
|flagicon|RUSRVSN
|Multiple re-entry vehicles
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|25 December 2007
|Successful so far
-
rowspan="3"|25 December, 19:32 GMT
rowspan="3"|flagicon|RUSProton-M/DM-2
rowspan="3"|flagicon|KAZLC-81/24, Baikonur
rowspan="3"|flagicon|RUSVKS
|flagicon|RUSGLONASS
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
rowspan="3"|Maiden flight of Proton-M/DM-2
-
|flagicon|RUSGLONASS
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|flagicon|RUSGLONASS
|KNITs
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-

Deep Space Rendezvous in 2007

*13 JanuaryCassini flyby of Titan - T23 (950 km)
*29 January — Cassini flyby of Titan - T24 (2,776 km)
*22 February — Cassini flyby of Titan - T25 (953 km)
*25 FebruaryRosetta flyby of Mars
*28 FebruaryNew Horizons flyby of Jupiter
*10 March — Cassini flyby of Titan - T26 (956 km)
*26 March — Cassini flyby of Titan - T27 (953 km)
*10 April — Cassini flyby of Titan - T28 (951 km)
*26 April — Cassini flyby of Titan - T29 (951 km)
*12 May — Cassini flyby of Titan - T30 (950 km)
*28 May — Cassini flyby of Titan - T31 (2,425 km)
*5 JuneMESSENGER 2nd flyby of Venus
*13 June — Cassini flyby of Titan - T32 (950 km)
*29 June — Cassini flyby of Titan - T33 (1,942 km)
*19 July — Cassini flyby of Titan - T34 (1,302 km)
*30 August — Cassini flyby of Rhea (5,100 km)
*31 August — Cassini flyby of Titan - T35 (3,227 km)
*10 September — Cassini flyby of Iapetus (1,000 km)
*2 October — Cassini flyby of Titan - T36 (950 km)
*3 Octobercite web
url = http://www.planetary.org/news/2007/0914_Kaguya_Rockets_Toward_the_Moon.html |title = DirecTV-10 Mission Overview
title = Kaguya Rockets Toward the Moon
last = Lakdawalla
first = Emily
date = 14 September 2007
format = html
publisher = The Planetary Society
] — Kaguya (SELENE) entered Selenocentric orbit
*5 NovemberChang'e 1 entered Selenocentric orbit
*13 November — Rosetta 2nd flyby of the Earth
*19 November — Cassini flyby of Titan - T37 (950 km)
*5 December — Cassini flyby of Titan - T38 (1,300 km)
*20 December — Cassini flyby of Titan - T39 (953 km)
*31 DecemberDeep Impact (EPOXI) flyby of Earth (15,566 km)

Orbital launch summary

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