Missile Detection Satellites

Other Countries with Missile Detection and Defense

2016 – Russian Missile Detection – Snapshot

Russia’s 2016 space-based early warning missile detection system consists of one satellite, a new generation “Tundra” satellite called Kosmos-2510.[fn[]Anatoly Zak. “Launch of the first EKS (Tundra) satellite.” Russianspaceweb.com. December 7, 2015. http://www.russianspaceweb.com/eks-tundra-kosmos25… Thank you for visiting The Space Report! The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity, Packed with Over a Decade of Data, Resources, and…

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2015 – Russian Missile Detection – Snapshot

Near the beginning of 2015, Russia’s Oko early warning missile detection satellite system was non-functional. The country remained without space-based missile detection capability until late 2015, when Russia’s military launched the first satellite of its next-generation early warning satellite constellation, called Tundra.

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2014 – Russian Missile Detection

As of early 2015, Russia was not able to detect missile launches by means of its Oko missile warning satellite system. The last two of the system’s HEO satellites ceased operations in January 2015, and the last of Oko’s GEO satellites experienced a power problem in mid-2014, taking it offline. Oko is supposed to be composed of six satellites, some in GEO and others in HEO.

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