This is a list of spacecraft deployed from the International Space Station. The International Space Station deploys spacecraft using the Japanese Small Satellite Orbital Deployer on the Japanese Experiment Module, the NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer and SSIKLOPS and the Nauka MLM experimentsl airlock module.[1]

List

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2005 to 2011

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
28 March 2005 Russia TNS-0 RNII KP Progress M-52 Successful
Deployed from ISS during space walk.[2]
3 August 2011[3] Russia Kedr RKK Energia Progress M-09M Successful
Deployed from ISS during space walk.

2012

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
20 August 2012
18:29[4]
Russia Sfera-53 Roscosmos Progress M-16M Successful
Passive satellite, deployed from ISS during space walk.[5]
4 October 2012
14:37[6]
Japan WE WISH Meisei Electric HTV-3 Successful[7][8]
4 October 2012
14:37[6]
Japan Raiko Tohoku and Wakayama universities HTV-3 Successful[9]
4 October 2012
15:44[6][10]
United States TechEdSat San Jose State University HTV-3 Successful[11]
4 October 2012
15:44[6][10]
Vietnam F-1 FSpace Laboratory HTV-3 Successful[12][13]
4 October 2012
15:44[6][10]
Japan FITSAT-1 FIT HTV-3 Successful[14][15]

2013

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
19 November 2013 United States ArduSat NanoSatisfi HTV-4 Successful[16][17][18]
20 November 2013
07:58[6]
United States TechEdSat-3p NASA Ames HTV-4 Successful[19]

2014

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
28 February 2014 United States SkyCube SkyCube Cygnus CRS Orb-1 Successful[20][21][22]
28 February 2014 Lithuania LitSat-1 Kaunas University of Technology Cygnus CRS Orb-1 Successful
First Lithuanian satellites in space[23][24][25]
28 February 2014 Lithuania Lituanica SAT-1 Lithuanian students Cygnus CRS Orb-1 Successful
First Lithuanian satellites in space[26][27]

2015

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
5 February 2015 Brazil AESP-14 Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica SpaceX CRS-5 Successful
First Brazilian CubeSat launched into space[28]
4 March 2015 United States TechEdSat-4 NASA Ames Cygnus CRS Orb-2 Successful[19]

2016

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
27 April 2016 Philippines Diwata-1[29][30] The Department of Science and Technology, the University of the Philippines, Hokkaido University and Tohoku University Cygnus CRS OA-6 Successful
16 May 2016 United States MinXSS University of Colorado Boulder Cygnus CRS OA-4 Successful[31][32]
18 May 2016[33] United States Lemur-2 × 4 Spire Global Cygnus CRS OA-6 Successful[34][35]

2017

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
16 January 2017 Brazil Tancredo-1 INPE
EMTAM
HTV-6 Successful
Brazilian school project.[36]
6 March 2017 United States Lemur-2 × 4 Spire Global HTV-6 Successful[35]
6 March 2017 United States TechEdSat-5 SJSU/UI HTV-6 Successful[37]
16 May 2017[38] Germany SOMP 2 TU Dresden Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
16 May 2017[38] United States Columbia Turabo University at Gurabo Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
16 May 2017[38] Turkey HAVELSAT Istanbul Technical University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
16 May 2017[39] United States SGSAT (KySat 3) Kentucky Space Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
16 May 2017 United States IceCube NASA Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful[40]
16 May 2017 United States CXBN-2 MSU Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful[41]
17 May 2017[42] Taiwan Phoenix National Cheng Kung University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
17 May 2017[42] France X-CubeSat École Polytechnique Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
17 May 2017[42] Sweden qbee50-LTU-OC Luleå University of Technology Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
17 May 2017[43] United States Altair 1 Millennium Space Systems Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
17 May 2017[44] United States SHARC AFRL Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
18 May 2017[45] South Korea LINK KAIST Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
18 May 2017[45] South Africa ZA-AeroSat Stellenbosch University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
18 May 2017[46] United States CSUNSat 1 CSUN Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
18 May 2017[47] France SpaceCube Mines ParisTech Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
18 May 2017[47] Israel Hoopoe Space Laboratory of the Herzliya Science Center Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[48] United States Challenger University of Colorado Boulder Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[48] China NJUST 1 Nanjing University of Science and Technology Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[48] Australia UNSW-EC0 University of New South Wales Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[49] Greece DUTHSat DUTH Space Research Laboratory Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[49] China LilacSat 1 Harbin Institute of Technology, CAMSAT Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[49] South Africa nSIGHT 1 SCS-Space Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[50] Spain QBITO Technical University of Madrid Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[50] Finland Aalto 2 Aalto University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
25 May 2017[50] Australia SUSat University of Adelaide Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[51] South Korea SNUSAT 1b Seoul National University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[52] Australia i-INSPIRE 2 University of Sydney Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[52] Ukraine PolyITAN 2-SAU Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[52] South Korea SNUSAT 1 Seoul National University Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[53] Canada Ex-Alta 1 University of Alberta Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[54] China AoXiang 1 Shaanxi Engineering Laboratory for Microsatellites, NPU Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[54] Turkey BeEagleSat Istanbul Technical University, Turkish Air Force Academy Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
26 May 2017[54] United States Atlantis University of Michigan Cygnus CRS OA-7 Successful
17 July 2017 Japan TOKI Kyushu Institute of Technology SpaceX CRS-11 Successful
Part of the Birds-1 program[55][56]
17 July 2017 Ghana GhanaSat-1 All Nations University SpaceX CRS-11 Successful
Part of the Birds-1 program[55][57]
17 July 2017 Mongolia Mazaalai National University of Mongolia SpaceX CRS-11 Successful
Part of the Birds-1 program[55][58]
17 July 2017 Bangladesh BRAC Onnesha BRAC University SpaceX CRS-11 Successful
Part of the Birds-1 program[55][59]
17 July 2017 Nigeria Nigeria EduSat-1 Federal University of Technology, Akure SpaceX CRS-11 Successful
Part of the Birds-1 program[55][60]
20 November 2017 United States EcAMSat[61][62] NASA Cygnus CRS OA-8E Successful
20 November 2017 United States ASTERIA MIT/JPL SpaceX CRS-12 Successful[63]
20 November 2017 United States TechEdSat-6 SJSU/UI/NASA Ames Cygnus CRS OA-8E Successful[64]

2018

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
11 May 2018 Turkey UBAKUSAT[65][66] Istanbul Technical University SpaceX CRS-14 Successful
11 May 2018 Kenya 1KUNS-PF University of Nairobi SpaceX CRS-14 Successful
First Kenyan satellite launched into space[67]
11 May 2018 Costa Rica Irazú[65][66] Costa Rica Institute of Technology SpaceX CRS-14 Successful
First Costa Rican satellite launched into space[68]
20 June 2018 United Kingdom RemoveDEBRIS Surrey Satellite Technology SpaceX CRS-14 Successful
The University of Surrey, Surrey Satellite Technology, Airbus Defence and Space, Innovative Solutions In Space, the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology, the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation and Stellenbosch University took part in the project.[69][70][71][72][73][74]
13 July 2018 United States RaInCube[75] Jet Propulsion Laboratory Cygnus CRS OA-9E Successful
13 July 2018 United States EQUiSat[76][77] Brown University Space Engineering Cygnus CRS OA-9E Successful
10 August 2018 Bhutan BHUTAN-1 Built by Bhutanese engineers at the Kyushu Institute of Technology SpaceX CRS-15 Successful
First Bhutanese satellite launched into space and part of the Birds-2 program[78][79]
10 August 2018 Philippines Maya-1 Built by students in Japan SpaceX CRS-15 Successful
Part of the Birds-2 program[78][80][81]
10 August 2018 Malaysia UiTMSAT-1 Universiti Teknologi MARA SpaceX CRS-15 Successful
Part of the Birds-2 program[78][82]
15 August 2018 Russia SiriusSat 1, 2[83] SPUTNIX Progress MS-09 Successful

2019

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
31 January 2019 United States TechEdSat-8[84] SJSU, UIdaho, NASA SpaceX CRS-16 Spacecraft failure
17 June 2019 Sri Lanka Raavana 1 Sri Lankan scientists Cygnus NG-11 Successful
First Sri Lankan satellite[85][86]
17 June 2019 Nepal NepaliSat-1 Nepalese scientists Cygnus NG-11 Successful
First Nepali satellite launched into space. Part of the Birds-3 program.[87][88][89][90][91]
3 July 2019
11:50:00[92][93]
Poland KRAKsat AGH University of Science and Technology / Jagiellonian University Cygnus NG-11 Operational
3 July 2019
11:50:00[92][93]
Poland Swiatowid SatRevolution Cygnus NG-11 Operational
4 July 2019
16:25:00[94]
France EntrySat ISAE-SUPAERO / ONERA Cygnus NG-11 Operational

2020

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
28 April 2020
15:20[95]
Guatemala Quetzal-1 (Guatesat-1)[96] UVG SpaceX CRS-20 Operational
17 June 2020[97] United States Red-Eye 2 DARPA Cygnus NG-13 Operational
23 June 2020[98] United States Red-Eye 3 DARPA Cygnus NG-13 Operational
13 July 2020
13:40:25[99]
United States DeMi MIT Cygnus NG-13 Operational
13 July 2020
16:55:25[100]
United States TechEdSat-10[101] NASA Cygnus NG-13 Successful
5 November 2020
09:05:01[102]
United States SPOC University of Georgia Cygnus NG-14 Operational
5 November 2020
10:40:00[102]
United States NEUTRON-1 University of Hawaii Cygnus NG-14 Operational
5 November 2020
12:15:00[102]
United States Lemur-2 Spire Global Cygnus NG-14 Operational[35]
5 November 2020
13:15:01[102][103]
Canada DESCENT York University Cygnus NG-14 Operational
5 November 2020
13:15:01[102][103]
Israel SATLLA-1 Ariel University Cygnus NG-14 Operational
5 November 2020
13:15:01[102][103]
United States Lemur-2 Spire Global Cygnus NG-14 Operational[35]

2021

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
14 March 2021 Japan OPUSAT-II Osaka Prefecture University/Muroran Institute of Technology Cygnus NG-15 Successful
14 March 2021 Paraguay GuaraníSat-1 Kyushu Institute of Technology/Paraguayan Space Agency Cygnus NG-15 Operational
14 March 2021 Philippines Maya-2 Kyushu Institute of Technology Cygnus NG-15 Operational
14 March 2021 Japan TSURU Kyushu Institute of Technology Cygnus NG-15 Operational
14 March 2021 Japan RSP-01 Ryman Sat Project Cygnus NG-15 Operational
14 March 2021
11:50[95]
Japan WARP-01 Warpspace Cygnus NG-15 Successful
14 March 2021
14:30[95]
Israel TAU-SAT1 Tel Aviv University Cygnus NG-15 Successful
14 March 2021
15:00[95]
Japan STARS-EC Shizuoka University Cygnus NG-15 Successful
22 March 2021
08:30[95]
Myanmar Japan Lawkanat-1 MAEU / Hokkaido University Cygnus NG-15 Operational
14 June 2021
05:05[104]
United States RamSat Robertsville Middle School SpaceX CRS-22 Operational
ELaNa 36 mission
14 June 2021
05:05[104]
United Kingdom SOAR University of Manchester SpaceX CRS-22 Successful
22 June 2021
10:55[95]
Mauritius MIR-SAT1 Mauritius Research and Innovation Council SpaceX CRS-22 Successful
6 October 2021 Australia Binar-1 Curtin University SpaceX CRS-23 Operational
6 October 2021 Philippines Maya-3 University of the Philippines Diliman / Kyushu Institute of Technology SpaceX CRS-23 Operational
6 October 2021 Philippines Maya-4 University of the Philippines Diliman / Kyushu Institute of Technology SpaceX CRS-23 Operational
6 October 2021
10:55[95]
Australia CUAVA-1 CUAVA SpaceX CRS-23 Operational

2022

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome
26 January 2022
12:00[105][106]
Italy FEES2 GP Advanced Projects SpaceX CRS-24 Operational
26 January 2022
12:00[107][106]
United States GASPACS Utah State University SpaceX CRS-24 Successful
26 January 2022
12:10[108][109]
United States PATCOOL University of Florida / NASA SpaceX CRS-24 Operational
26 January 2022
13:30[110][111]
United States DAILI The Aerospace Corporation SpaceX CRS-24 Operational
26 January 2022
13:40[112][113]
United States TARGIT Georgia Tech Research Corporation SpaceX CRS-24 Successful
3 February 2022
08:55[95]
United Arab Emirates Bahrain Light-1 UAESA / NSSA SpaceX CRS-24 Operational
3 February 2022
10:30[95]
United States GT-1 Georgia Tech SpaceX CRS-24 Operational
24 March 2022
09:00[95]
Japan IHI-SAT IHI Cygnus NG-17 Operational
24 March 2022
12:10[95]
Japan KITSUNE HAK Consortium Cygnus NG-17 Operational
21 July 2022
[114][115][116]
16:02[117]-16:40[118]
Expedition 67 EVA 3
Russia SWSU No5 SWSU - Research Institute of Space Instrumentation (part of Roscosmos) Progress MS-19 Successful[119]
Russia SWSU No6 -
Russia SWSU No7 Successful[119]
Russia SWSU No8 -
Russia SWSU No9 Successful[119]
Russia SWSU No10 Successful[119]
Russia SWSU No11 Progress MS-20 Successful[119]
Russia SWSU No12 Successful[119]
This SWSU series (No6-12) create a peer-to-peer network [115]
Russia Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 1 Пущинская РадиоАстрономическая Обсерватория / Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory Progress MS-20 Successful[120]
Russia Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 2 Successful[120]
The Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 1/2 satellites have special radio transmitting equipment designed to perform the scientific task of calibrating the sensitivity of radio telescopes of the Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory[115]

Spacecraft awaiting deployment

The following spacecrafts have been brought to the ISS and are scheduled to be deployed.

Deployment date
and time (UTC)
Satellite name Operator Transport to the ISS Outcome

See also

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