1994 in spaceflight


1994 in spaceflight

|8 January, 10:05:34 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Soyuz TM-18, 3 cosmonauts
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|9 July 1994, 10:32:35 GMT
|Successful
|Mir Expedition 18
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|20 January, 09:49:00 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2M
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|RKA
|Gals-1
|Intersputnik
|Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|20 January
|Trident D-5
|nowrap|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|FCET-10
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Test SLBM
|20 January 1994
|Successful
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|20 January
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|FCET-10
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Test SLBM
|20 January 1994
|Successful
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|20 January
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|FCET-10
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Test SLBM
|20 January 1994
|Successful
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|20 January
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|FCET-10
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Test SLBM
|20 January 1994
|Successful
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rowspan="2"|24 January, 21:37:00 GMT
rowspan="2"|Ariane 4 (44LP)
rowspan="2"|ELA2, Kourou
rowspan="2"|Arianespace
|Eutelsat 2F5
|Eutelsat
|Intended:Geosynchronous
|Comsat
rowspan="2"|T+90 seconds
rowspan="2"|Failure
rowspan="2"|Third stage malfunction.
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|Turksat-1A
|Turksat
|Intended:Geosynchronous
|Comsat
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rowspan="2"|25 January, 00:25:00 GMT
rowspan="2"|Tsyklon-3
rowspan="2"|LC-32, Plesetsk
rowspan="2"|RKA
|Meteor-3-06
|RKA
|LEO
|Weather satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Tubsat-B
|TUB
|LEO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Partial Failure
|Failed after 39 days of operation
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rowspan="2"|25 January, 16:34:00 GMT
rowspan="2"|Titan IIG
rowspan="2"|SLC-4W, Vandenberg AFB
rowspan="2"|BMDO/NASA
|Clementine
|NASA/BMDO
|Selenocentric, then HEO
|Lunar orbiter, flyby of 1620 Geographos
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Computer failure after ejection from Selenocentric orbit prevented flyby of 1620 Geographos
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|ISA
|NASA/BMDO
|HEO
|8 June 1994
|Successful
|
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|28 January, 02:12:00 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Progress M-21
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Resupply Mir
|23 March 1994, 05:13:00 GMT
|Successful
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|30 January, 22:00 GMT
|Black Brant 8C
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|30 January 1994
|Successful
|
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|2 February
|Minuteman III
|LF-26, Vandenberg AFB
|USAF
|GT-154GB
|USAF
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|2 February 1994
|Successful
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rowspan="11"|3 February, 12:10 GMT
rowspan="11"|OV|103
rowspan="11"| LC-39A Kennedy
rowspan="11"|USA
|STS-60, 6 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="4"|11 February 1994, 19:24 GMT
|Successful
|First mission of the Shuttle-Mir Programme
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|SpaceHab SH-03
|NASA/SpaceHab
|LEO, attached to "Discovery"
|Scientific research
|Successful
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|Wake Shield Facility
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Discovery"
|Experimental science platform
| Successful
|
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|GBA-6
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Discovery"
|
|Successful
|
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|ODERACS A
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|2 October 1994
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|ODERACS B
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|4 October 1994
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|ODERACS C
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|31 December 1994
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|ODERACS D
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|31 December1994
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|ODERACS E
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|3 March 1995
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|ODERACS F
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|24 February 1995
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 9 February
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|BremSat 1
|DARA/Bre
|LEO
|Scientific research
|12 February1995
|Successful
|
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rowspan="2"|3 February, 22:00 GMT
rowspan="2"|H-II
rowspan="2"|LC-Y, Tanegashima
rowspan="2"|NASDA
|OREX (Ryusei)
|NASDA
|LEO
|Orbital Reentry Experiment
|3 February 1994
|Successful
rowspan="2"|Maiden flight of H-II rocket
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|VEP (Myojo)
|NASDA
|GTO
|Test rocket
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|5 February, 08:46 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|RKA
|Raduga 1-3
|MOM
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|7 February, 21:47 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-40, Cape Canaveral
|Milstar-1 F1
|US Air Force
|GEO
|Military Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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rowspan="2"|8 February, 08:34 GMT
rowspan="2"|Long March 3A
rowspan="2"|LC-2, Xichang
rowspan="2"|CASC
|SJ-4
|CASC
|MEO
|Particle research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|KF-1
|CASC
|GTO
|Boilerplate payload
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Boilerplate DFH-3 spacecraft
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|9 February, 23:43 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|Andøya
|NASA
|PULSAUR-2
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|9 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|300|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|10 February, 05:35 GMT
|Black Brant 9CM1
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|GEMINI
|CSA/NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma/Aeronomy research
|10 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|245|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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rowspan="6"|12 February, 08:54 GMT
rowspan="6"|Tsyklon-3
rowspan="6"|LC-32, Plesetsk
rowspan="6"|RKA
|nowrap|Kosmos-2268 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Kosmos-2269 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Kosmos-2270 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Kosmos-2271 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Kosmos-2272 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|Kosmos-2273 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|
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|12 February, 13:08 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|12 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|270|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|12 February, 13:12 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|12 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|270|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|12 February, 13:16 GMT
|Black Brant 8C
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|12 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|242|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|15 February, 16:18 GMT
|Storm
|SULF, White Sands
|US Air Force
|ERINT GTF-3
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target spacecraft
|15 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|200|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|15 February, 23:52 GMT
|S-310
|Andøya
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy research
|16 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|192|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|18 February, 07:56 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|RKA
|Raduga 31
|MOM
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|19 February, 12:13 GMT
|Agni
|Balasore
|IDRDL
|IDRDL
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|19 February 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|300|wiki=yes|abbr=yes
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|19 February, 23:45 GMT
|Delta II 7925-8
|LC-17B, Cape Canaveral
|Boeing
|Galaxy 1R
|Hughes
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|1 March
|Black Brant 9CM1
|Biscarosse
|MATRA
|NOIR
|MATRA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy research
|1 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|200|abbr=yes|wiki=yes
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|2 March, 03:25 GMT
|Tsyklon-3 (R-36 11K68)
|LC-32, Plesetsk
|RKA
|Intercosmos 26 (Koronas-I)
|Intercosmos/RKA
|LEO
|Solar astronomy
|4 March 2001
|Successful
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rowspan="3"|4 March, 13:15 GMT
rowspan="3"|OV|102
rowspan="3"|LC-39B, Kennedy
rowspan="3"|USA
|STS-62, 5 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="3"|18 March 1994, 13:10 GMT
|Successful
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|OAST-2
|OAST
|LEO, attached to "Columbia"
|Technology development
|Successful
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|USMP-2
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Columbia"
|Microgravity research
|Successful
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|6 March, 08:21 GMT
|Black Brant XII
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|6 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|455|abbr=yes|wiki=yes
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|7 March, 09:11 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|7 March 1994
|Failure
|Apogee: km to mi|140|abbr=yes|wiki=yes
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|8 March, 03:50 GMT
|Peacekeeper
|LF-05, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|8 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|1000|abbr=yes|wiki=yes
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rowspan="2"|10 March, 03:40 GMT
rowspan="2"|Delta II 7925
rowspan="2"|LC-17A, Cape Canaveral
rowspan="2"|US Air Force
|GPS IIA-24 (USA-100)
|US Air Force
|MEO
|Navigation satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Last satellite of initial GPS system
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|SEDS-2
|US Air Force
|LEO
|Technology development
|8 May 1994
|Successful
|Tether experiment
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|11 March, 06:50 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|11 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: km to mi|308|abbr=yes|wiki=yes
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rowspan="2"|13 March, 22:32 GMT
rowspan="2"|Taurus
rowspan="2"|LC-576, Vandenberg AFB
rowspan="2"|OSC
|STEP-0 (USA-101)
|SDI
|LEO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful
rowspan="2"|Maiden flight of Taurus rocket
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|DARPASAT (USA-102)
|DARPA
|LEO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful
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|17 March, 16:30 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43/4, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2274 (Yantar)
|VKS
|LEO
|Spy satellite
|21 May 1994
|Successful
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|22 March, 04:54 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1/5, Baikonur
|RKA
|Progress M-22
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Resupply Mir
|23 May 1994
|Successful
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|28 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|US Navy
|FCET-44
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|28 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|28 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|US Navy
|FCET-44
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|28 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|28 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|US Navy
|FCET-44
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|28 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|28 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|US Navy
|FCET-44
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|28 March 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|5 April, 18:22 GMT
|Terrier-Orion
|Wallops Island
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Test sounding rocket
|5 April 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|127|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|9 April, 11:05 GMT
|OV|105
|LC-39A, Kennedy
|United Space Alliance
|STS-59
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
|20 April 1994, 16:54 GMT
|Successful
|Radar mapping and materials research
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rowspan="3"|11 April, 07:49 GMT
rowspan="3"|Proton-K/DM-2
rowspan="3"|LC-81/23, Baikonur
rowspan="3"|VKS
|Kosmos-2275 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|Kosmos-2276 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|Kosmos-2277 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|13 April, 06:04 GMT
|Atlas I
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|Lockheed Martin
|GOES-8 (GOES-I/GOES-NEXT)
|NOAA
|Operational: GSO
Current: Graveyard
|Weather
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Moved to graveyard orbit on 5 May 2004
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|16 April, 01:22 GMT
|INTA-300B
|El Arenosillo
|INTA
|INTA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|16 April 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|156|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|17 April, 04:30 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|17 April 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|23 April, 08:01 GMT
|Zenit-2
|LC-45/1, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos 2278 (Tselina)
|MO RF
|LEO
|SIGINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|25 April, 20:45 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Solar astronomy
|25 April 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|26 April, 02:14 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-133/3, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2279 (Parus)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|28 April, 17:14 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-31/6, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos-2280 (Yantar)
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|10 March 1995
|Successful
-
|3 May, 07:40 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Kiruna
|DLR
|MINI-TEXUS 2
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|3 May 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|3 May, 15:55 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-41, Cape Canaveral
|USA-103 (Trumpet)
|NRO
|Molniya
|SIGINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|4 May, 00:00 GMT
|ASLV
|Sriharikota
|ISRO
|SROSS-C2
|ISRO
|LEO
|Ionospheric research
|12 July 2001
|Successful
|Final, and only successful, flight of ASLV
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|5 May, 04:15 GMT
|Skylark 7
|LA-S, Kiruna
|DASA
|TEXUS-32
|DASA
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|5 May 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|235|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|9 May, 02:47 GMT
|Scout-G
|SLC-5, Vandenberg AFB
|MSTI-2
|US Air Force/BMDO
|LEO
|Technology development
|28 November 1998
|Successful
|Final flight of Scout rocket
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|17 May
|Peacekeeper
|LF-02, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|17 May 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|19 May, 17:03 GMT
|Pegasus/HAPS
|L-1011, Edwards AFB
|Orbital
|STEP-2 (SIDEX)
|USAF/STP
|LEO
|Technology demonstration
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Placed in incorrect orbit due to carrier rocket underperformance
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|20 May, 02:01 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|VKS
|Gorizont-30
|MOM
|GEO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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rowspan="2"|22 May, 04:30 GMT
rowspan="2"|Soyuz-U
rowspan="2"|LC-1/5, Baikonur
rowspan="2"|RKA
|Progress M-23
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Resupply Mir
|2 July 1994, 14:57 GMT
|Successful
-
|VBK Raduga
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Return equipment from Mir
|2 July 1994, 15:09 GMT
|Successful
-
|25 May, 10:15 GMT
|Tsyklon-3
|LC-32/2, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Tselina
|MO RF
|Intended: LEO
|SIGINT
|25 May 1994
|Failure
|Failed to reach orbit. Software error prevented stage 2/3 separation
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|26 May
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|Royal Navy
|DASO-1
|Royal Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|26 May 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|4 June
|Prithvi
|Balasore
|IDRDL
|IDRDL
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|4 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|6 June
|Prithvi
|Balasore
|IDRDL
|IDRDL
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|4 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|7 June, 07:20 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-16/2, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2281 (Zenit-8/Oblik)
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance/remote sensing
|29 July 1994
|Successful
-
|8 June
|Minuteman III
|LF-04, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|GT-155GM
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|8 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|14 June, 16:05 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43/3, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Foton-9
|RKA
|Low Earth orbit
|Microgravity research
|2 July 1994
|Successful
-
rowspan="3"|17 June, 07:07 GMT
rowspan="3"|Ariane 4 (44LP)
rowspan="3"|ELA-2, CSG
rowspan="3"|Arianespace
|Intelsat 702
|Intelsat
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|STRV-1A
|DRA
|GTO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|STRV-1B
|DRA
|GTO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|20 June, 03:00 GMT
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Eastern Range
|Royal Navy
|DASO-2
|Royal Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|20 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|22 June, 02:20 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Wallops Island
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|22 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|22 June, 08:22 GMT
|Topol
|Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|22 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|24 June, 13:50 GMT
|Atlas I
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|USA-104 (UHF)
|US Navy
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
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|27 June, 21:15 GMT
|Pegasus-XL
|L-1011, Vandenberg AFB
|Orbital
|STEP-1
|US Air Force/STP
|Intended: LEO
|Technology development
|27 June 1994
|Failure
|Maiden flight of Pegasus-XL
Failed to orbit.
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|27 June, 07:40 GMT
|Taurus-Orion
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Plasma research
|27 June 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|200|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
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|1 July, 12:24 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-1/5, Baikonur
|RKA
|Soyuz TM-19
|NASA
|Low Earth orbit, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|4 November 1994
|Successful
|Mir EO-16
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|3 July, 08:00 GMT
|Long March 2D
|LA-2B, Jiuquan
|CASC
|FSW-2
|CASC
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|18 July 1994
|Successful
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|6 July, 23:58 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos-2282 (Prognoz)
|MOM
|Operational: GSO
Current: Graveyard
|Missile defence
|Still in orbit
|Unclear
|Retired from service on 1 October 1995
-
|6 July
|Minuteman III
|LF-09, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|GT-156GM
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|6 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
rowspan="2"|8 July, 16:43 GMT
rowspan="2"|OV|102
rowspan="2"|LC-39A, Kennedy
rowspan="2"|USA
|STS-65
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"|23 July 1994
|Successful
-
|Spacelab-IML2
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Columbia"
|Microgravity research
|Successful
-
rowspan="2"|8 July, 23:05 GMT
rowspan="2"|Ariane 4 (44L)
rowspan="2"|ELA-2, CSG
rowspan="2"|Arianespace
|Panamsat-2
|Panamsat
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Yuri-3N
|NHK
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|8 July
|Sergeant
|Wallops Island
|BMDO
|MSTI-2
|BMDO
|Sub-orbital
|Target
|8 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|14 July, 05:13 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-133/3, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Nadezhda-4
|MO RF
|LEO
|Navigation/SAR
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|16 July, 00:23 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Wallops Island
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|16 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|20 July, 05:53 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|23 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|163|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|20 July, 17:35 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43/4, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2283 (Yantar)
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|29 September 1994
|Successful
-
|21 July, 10:55 GMT
|Long March 3
|LC-1, Xichang
|CASC
|Apstar-1
|APT
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|22 July
|STARS
|Barking Sands
|US Air Force
|ODES
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target
|22 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|28 July, 22:39 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Andøya
|DLR
|Echo 94 F-102 DUSTY
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|28 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|29 July, 09:30 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-31/6, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos-2284 (Yantar)
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|11 September 1994
|Successful
-
|31 July, 00:50 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Andøya
|DLR
|Echo 94 F-103 DUSTY
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|28 July 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|2 August 20:00 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132/1, Plesesk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2285 (Taifun)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Radar calibration
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|3 August, 14:38 GMT
|Pegasus
|L-1011, Edwards AFB
|Orbital
|P90-6 APEX
|US Air Force/STP
|LEO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|3 August, 23:57 GMT
|Atlas IIA
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|Lockheed Martin
|DBS-2
|DirecTV
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|5 August, 01:12 GMT
|Molniya-M
|LC-16/2, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2286 (Oko)
|MOM
|Molniya
|Missile defence
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|8 August
|Sergeant
|Wallops Island
|US Navy
|CEC
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Target
|8 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
rowspan="2"|10 August, 23:05 GMT
rowspan="2"|Ariane 4 (44LP)
rowspan="2"|ELA-2, CSG
rowspan="2"|Arianespace
|Brasilsat B1 (Star One B1)
|Brasilsat, later Star One
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|Turksat 1B
|Turksat
|Operational: GSO
Current: Graveyard
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
rowspan="3"|11 August, 15:27 GMT
rowspan="3"|Proton-K/DM-2
rowspan="3"|LC-81/23, Baikonur
rowspan="3"|VKS
|Kosmos-2287 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2288 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2289 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|12 August, 00:53 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Andøya
|DLR
|Echo 94 F-101 CONE
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|12 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|16 August, 03:25 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|16 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|18 August
|Sergeant
|Wallops Island
|DoD
|JTF-95 MSTI
|DoD
|Sub-orbital
|Target
|18 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|19 August, 15:08 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Alacantara
|NASA
|MALTED/CADRE
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|19 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|20 August, 02:18 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Alacantara
|NASA
|MALTED/CADRE
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|20 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|23 August, 14:30 GMT
|Molniya-M
|LC-43/4, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Molniya-3-46
|MOM
|Molniya
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 August, 13:45 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Alacantara
|NASA
|MALTED/CADRE
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|24 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|25 August, 01:43 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Alacantara
|NASA
|MALTED/CADRE
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|25 August 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|25 August, 14:25 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1/5, Baikonur
|VKS
|Progress M-24
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Resupply Mir
|4 October 1994, 22:41:48 GMT
|Successful
|Minor issues with docking, low speed collision with Mir
-
|26 August, 12:00 GMT
|Zenit-2
|LC-45/1, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos-2290 (Orlets)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|4 April 1994
|Successful
-
|27 August, 08:58 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station,Cape Canaveral
|USA-105 (Mercury)
|NRO
|GSO
|ELINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|27 August, 23:10 GMT
|Long March 2E
|LC-2, Xichang
|CASC
|Optus B3
|Optus
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|28 August, 07:50 GMT
|H-II
|Area Y, Tanegashima
|MHI
|Kiku 6 (ETS-6)
|NASDA
|Intended: GSO
Actual: GTO
|Technology development
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Apogee motor failed to ignite, some experiments successful
-
|29 August, 17:38 GMT
|Atlas-E
|SLC-3W, Vandenberg AFB
|DMSP-5D1-F12
|US Air Force
|LEO
|Weather satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|7 September, 14:41 GMT
|Peacekeeper
|LF-05, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|7 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|9 September, 00:29 GMT
|Ariane 4 (42L)
|ELA-2 CSG
|Arianespace
|Telstar 402
|AT&T Skynet
|Planned: GSO
Actual: GTO
|Comsat
|14 November 2004
|Failure
|Satellite exploded during propellent system pressurisation [ [http://www.sat-nd.com/failures/index.html?http://www.sat-nd.com/failures/telstar402.html SAT-ND - Failures - Telstar 402] ]
-
|9 September, 13:33 GMT
|Black Brant VC
|Alcantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|9 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|250|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
rowspan="2"|9 September, 22:22 GMT
rowspan="2"|OV|103
rowspan="2"|LC-39B, Kennedy
rowspan="2"|USA
|STS-64
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"|21:11 GMT, 20 September 1994
|Successful
-
|SPARTAN-201
|NASA
|LEO
|Astronomy
|Successful
|Deployed from OV|103|full=no on 13 September, retrieved on 15 September.
-
|12 September, 15:34 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|White Sands
|NASA
|CWAS-35
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|12 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|15 September, 15:00 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|White Sands
|NASA
|CWAS-36
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|15 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|140|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|15 September
|Jericho II
|Palmachim AFB
|ISA
|ISA
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test?
|15 September 1994
|Failure
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|16 September, 04:00 GMT
|ST-735
|Kagoshima
|ISAS
|FIH
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Test rocket
|16 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|118|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|21 September, 13:56 GMT
|Black Brant VC
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|21 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|250|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|21 September, 17:53 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-200/39 Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos-2291 (Potok)
|MOM
|GSO
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|23 September, 15:15 GMT
|Topol'
|Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|23 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|1000|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|23 September, 21:15 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|23 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|270|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|23 September, 21:17 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|23 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|270|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|24 September, 21:15 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|24 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|270|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|24 September, 21:17 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|24 September 1994
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|270|km|mi|abbr=on|lk=on
-
|27 September, 14:00 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2292 (Taifun)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Radar calibration
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|30 September, 11:16 GMT
|OV|105
|LC-39A, Kennedy
|USA
|STS-68
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
|17:03 GMT, 11 October 1994
|Successful
-
|3 October, 22:42 GMT [http://www.astronautix.com/chrono/19944.htm Encyclopaedia Astronautica - Chronology - Quarter 4 1994] ]
|Soyuz-11A511U2
|LC-1/5, Baikonur
|VKS
|Soyuz TM-20
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|2 March 1995
|Successful
-
|4 October, 18:58 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|PIMS
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|4 October 1994
|Successful
|reached 300 km
-
|5 October, 08:00 GMT
|Minuteman III
|LF04, Vandenberg
|USAF
|GT-157GM
|USAF
|Sub-orbital
|Manned orbital flight
|17:03 GMT, 11 October 1994
|Successful
|reached 1300 km
-
|6 October, 06:35 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36B, CCAFS
|Lockheed Martin
|Intelsat 703 (NSS-703)
|Intelsat (later New Skies)
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Launched for Intelsat, transferred to NSS in 1996.
-
|6 October, 13:22 GMT
|Black Brant VC
|Alacantara
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|6 October 1994
|Failure
|Reached 250 km
-
rowspan=2|8 October, 01:07 GMT
rowspan=2|Ariane 44L
rowspan=2|ELA-2, Kourou
rowspan=2|Arianespace
|Solidaridad-2
|Tele Mex
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Thaicom-2
|Shinawat
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|11 October, 14:30 GMT
|Tsyklon-3
|LC-32/2, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Okean-O1-7
|RKA
|LEO
|Oceanography
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|13 October, 16:19 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2M
|LC-200/39, Baikonur
|VKS
|Ekspress-1
|SCO
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|14 October, 22:25 GMT
|Black Brant X
|Alacantara
|NASA
|H.Alt Spread F
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|14 October 1994
|Successful
|Reached 956 km
-
|15 October, 15:05 GMT
|PSLV
|Sriharikota
|ISRO
|IRS-P2
|ISRO
|LEO (SSO)
|Earth resources satellite
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 October, 13:41 GMT
|Black Brant VC
|Alacantara
|NASA
|H.Alt Spread F
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|15 October 1994
|Successful
|Reached 250 km
-
|21 October
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, ETR
|US Navy
|DASO-33
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|21 October 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|31 October, 14:30 GMT
|Proton 8K82K/DM-2
|LC-81/23 Baikonur Cosmodrome
|VKS
|Elektro 1
|MOM
|GSO
|Weather
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|No useful imagry returned due to sensor malfunction. Written off in 1998
-
|1 November, 00:37 GMT
|Ariane 42P
|ELA-2, Kourou
|Arianespace
|Astra 1D
|SES Astra
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|1 November, 09:31 GMT
|Delta 7925-10
|LC-17B, CCAFS
|Boeing IDS
|Wind
|NASA
|Earth-Sun L1 halo orbit
|Solar research
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|2 November, 01:04 GMT
|Tsyklon-2
|LC-90, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos|2293 (EORSAT)
|MO RF
|LEO
|SIGINT
|13 May 1996
|Successful
-
rowspan=3|3 November, 00:37 GMT
rowspan=3|OV|104
rowspan=3|LC-39B, KSC
rowspan=3|USA
|STS-66
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan=3|14 November 1994
|Successful
-
|ATLAS-3
|NASA
|LEO
|Scientific research
|Successful
|Attached to OV|104|full=no
-
|CRISTA-SPAS
|DLR
|LEO
|Atmospheric research
|Successful
|Deployed by OV|104|full=no on 4 November, retrieved on 12 November
-
|3 November, 18:45 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NCAR/CU-5
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research and Ultraviolet astronomy
|3 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 231 km
-
|3 November, 19:15 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|MSSTA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|X-ray astronomy
|3 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 272 km
-
|4 November, 05:47 GMT
|Zenit-2
|LC-41/1, Baikonur
|VKS
|Resurs-O1-3
|RKA
|LEO
|Earth resources
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|10 November, 07:30 GMT
|Topol'
|Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|10 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|11 November, 19:15 GMT
|Soyuz-11A511U
|LC-1/5, Baikonur
|VKS
|Progress M-25
|VKS
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Resupply Mir
|16:45:00 GMT, 16 February 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan=3|20 November, 00:39 GMT
rowspan=3|Proton-8K82K/DM-2
rowspan=3|LC-200/39, Baikonur
rowspan=3|VKS
|Kosmos|2294 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2295 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2296 (GLONASS)
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|22 November, 15:40 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|22 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 300 km
-
|24 November, 09:15 GMT
|Zenit-2
|LC-45/1, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos|2297 (Tselina)
|MO RF
|LEO
|SIGINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 November, 10:20 GMT
|S-310
|Andoya
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|24 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 200 km
-
|29 November, 02:54 GMT
|Tsyklon-3
|LC-32/2, Plesetsk Cosmodrome
|VKS
|Geo-IK
|RKA
|LEO
|Geodesy research
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|29 November, 10:21 GMT
|Atlas IIA
|LC-36A, CCAFS
|Lockheed Martin
|Orion 1
|Orion
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|29 November, 17:02 GMT
|Long March 3A
|LC-2, Xichang
|CASC
|Zhongxing-5
|Chinasat
|GSO
|Technology demonstration
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|First DFH-3 prototype. Propulsion system malfunctioned during on-orbit positioning manouvres.
-
|30 November, 10:30 GMT
|Skylark 7
|Area S, Kiruna
|DLR
|TEXUS-33
|DASA
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|30 November 1994
|Successful
|Reached 267 km
-
|1 December, 21:39 GMT
|S-520
|Andoya
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Aurora research
|1 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 344 km
-
|1 December, 22:57 GMT
|Ariane 42P
|ELA-2, Kourou
|Arianespace
|Panamsat 3
|Panamsat
|Intended: GSO
|Comms
|1 December 1994
|Failure
|Third stage malfunction
-
|1 December
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Eastern Test Range
|US Navy
|DASO-13
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|1 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|3 December, 07:45 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|3 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 300 km
-
|7 December
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Eastern Test Range
|US Navy
|FCET-45
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|7 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|7 December
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Eastern Test Range
|US Navy
|FCET-45
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|7 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|8 December
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|CSA
|CSAR-2
|CSA
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity experiments
|8 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 300 km
-
|14 December, 14:21 GMT
|Molniya-M
|LC-43/4, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Molniya-1-88
|MOM
|Molniya
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|16 December, 12:00 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|VKS
|Luch
|MOM
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Retired on 1 August 1998
-
|17 December, 02:55 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|17 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 300 km
-
|20 December, 05:11 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132/1, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos|2298 (Strela-2M)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|20 December, 08:50 GMT
|Topol-M
|Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|1 December 1994
|Successful
|Reached 1000 km
-
|22 December, 22:19 GMT
|Titan 402A/IUS
|LC-40, CCAFS
|Lockheed Martin
|DSP-1-14 (USA-107)
|USAF
|GSO
|Missile defence
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|26 December, 03:01
|Rokot
|LC-175/59, Baikonur
|VKS
|Radio-ROSTO RS-15
|RKA
|LEO
|Amateur radio
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
rowspan=6|26 December, 22:26
rowspan=6|Tsyklon-3
rowspan=6|LC-32/2, Plesetsk
rowspan=6|VKS
|Kosmos|2299 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2300 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2301 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2302 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2303 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos|2304 (Strela-3)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|28 December, 11:31 GMT
|Proton-K/DM-2
|LC-81/23, Baikonur
|VKS
|Raduga-32
|MOM
|GSO
|Comms
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|29 December, 11:30 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-31/6, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos|2305 (Yantar)
|MOM
|LEO
|Recon
|18 December 1995
|Successful so far
-
|30 December, 10:02 GMT
|Atlas-E/Star 37
|SLC-3W, Vandenberg
|NOAA-14 (NOAA-K)
|NOAA
|LEO
|Weather
|Still in orbit
|Successful

Deep Space Rendezvous in 1994

*19 February — Clementine entered Selenocentric orbit (400 km)
*4 May — Clementine left Selenocentric orbit
*13 OctoberMagellan deliberately deorbited into the Venerian atmosphere

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