Two More Galileo Satellites Successfully Launched

3 hours and 48 minutes after scheduled lift-off at 08:48 GMT two more Galileo satellites have been placed successfully in their orbits. Based on the length of previous in-orbit check procedures the satellites may be available for positioning late September.

Status Summary

Nr Name SV ID Launch Launch Date First Availability Status
Giove A  Giove A Dec 28, 2005
Giove B  Giove B Apr 27, 2008
1 GSAT0101 11 IOV-1 Oct 21, 2011 2013-08-23 14:08 Available
2 GSAT0102 12 IOV-1 Oct 21, 2011 2013-08-23 16:24 Available
3 GSAT0103 19 IOV-2 Oct 12, 2012 2013-08-23 15:20 Available
4 GSAT0104 20 IOV-2 Oct 12, 2012 2013-07-01 10:25 Not Available
5 GSAT0201 FOC-M1 Aug 22, 2014
6 GSAT0202 FOC-M1 Aug 22, 2014
7 GSAT0203 26 FOC-M2 Mar 27, 2015 2015-12-03 11:06 Available
8 GSAT0204 22 FOC-M2 Mar 27, 2015 2015-12-04 13:19 Available
9 GSAT0205 24 FOC-M3 Sep 11, 2015  2016-01-28 Available
10 GSAT0206 30 FOC-M3 Sep 11, 2015  2016-01-28 Available
11 GSAT0208  08 FOC-M4 Dec 17, 2015  2016-04-22 Available
12 GSAT0209  09 FOC-M4 Dec 17, 2015  2016-04-22 Available
13 GSAT0210 FOC-M5 May 24, 2016 Successful Launch
14 GSAT0211 FOC-M5 May 24, 2016 Successful Launch
15 GSAT02xx FOC-M6 Nov 17, 2016 Scheduled Launch
16 GSAT02xx FOC-M6 Nov 17, 2016 Scheduled Launch
17 GSAT02xx FOC-M6 Nov 17, 2016 Scheduled Launch
18 GSAT02xx FOC-M6 Nov 17, 2016 Scheduled Launch

Status: 2016 05 24

(Sources: Galileo Constellation, Previous ReportESA, SpaceFlightNow)