List of Kosmos satellites (1–250)

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The designation Kosmos (Russian: Космос meaning Cosmos) is a generic name given to a large number of Soviet, and subsequently Russian, satellites, the first of which was launched in 1962. Satellites given Kosmos designations include military spacecraft, failed probes to the Moon and the planets, prototypes for manned spacecraft, and scientific spacecraft. This is a list of satellites with Kosmos designations between 1 and 250.

List of Kosmos satellites
Designation Type Launch date (GMT) Carrier rocket Function Decay/Destruction* Remarks
Kosmos 1 DS-2 16 March 1962
11:59
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 25 May 1962 DS-2 #1, first of two DS-2 satellites
Kosmos 2 1MS 6 April 1962
17:15
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology, Radiation 20 August 1963
Kosmos 3 2MS 24 April 1962
04:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology, Radiation 17 October 1962
Kosmos 4 Zenit-2 26 April 1962
10:02
Vostok-K 8K72K Reconnaissance 29 April 1962 First Soviet reconnaissance satellite, orientation system malfunctioned
Kosmos 5 2MS 28 May 1962
03:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology, Radiation 2 May 1963
Kosmos 6 DS-P1 30 June 1962
16:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 8 September 1962 DS-P1 #1, first of four DS-P1 satellites
Kosmos 7 Zenit-2 28 July 1962
09:18
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 1 August 1962
Kosmos 8 DS-K-8 18 August 1962
15:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 17 August 1963 DS-K-8 #1, only DS-K-8 satellite
Kosmos 9 Zenit-2 27 September 1962
09:39
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 1 October 1962
Kosmos 10 Zenit-2 17 October 1962
19:00
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 21 October 1962
Kosmos 11 DS-A1 20 October 1962
04:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 18 May 1964 DS-A1 #1, first of seven DS-A1 satellites
Kosmos 12 Zenit-2 22 December 1962
09:23
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 30 December 1962
Kosmos 13 Zenit-2 21 March 1963
08:30
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 29 March 1962
Kosmos 14 Omega 13 April 1963
11:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 29 August 1963 Omega #1, first of two Omega satellites
Kosmos 15 Zenit-2 22 April 1963
08:30
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 27 April 1963
Kosmos 16 Zenit-2 28 April 1963
08:50
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 28 April 1963
Kosmos 17 DS-A1 22 May 1963
03:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 2 June 1965 DS-A1 #2, second of seven DS-A1 satellites
Kosmos 18 Zenit-2 24 May 1963
10:33
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 2 June 1963
Kosmos 19 DS-P1 6 August 1963
06:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 30 March 1964 DS-P1 #3, third of four DS-P1 satellites
Kosmos 20 Zenit-2 18 October 1963
09:29
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 26 October 1963
Kosmos 21 3MV-1 11 November 1963
06:23
Molniya 8K78 Venus probe 14 November 1963 Left in Earth orbit after launch failure
Kosmos 22 Zenit-4 16 November 1963
10:34
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 22 November 1963
Kosmos 23 Omega 13 December 1963
14:15
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 27 March 1964 Omega #2, second of two Omega satellites
Kosmos 24 Zenit-2 19 December 1963
09:28
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 28 December 1963
Kosmos 25 DS-P1 27 February 1964
13:26
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 21 November 1964 DS-P1 #4, last of four DS-P1 satellites
Kosmos 26 DS-MG 18 March 1964
15:07
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 28 September 1964 DS-MG #1, first of two DS-MG satellites
Kosmos 27 3MV-1 27 March 1964
03:24
Molniya-M 8K78M Venus probe 29 March 1964 Left in Earth orbit after launch failure
Kosmos 28 Zenit-2 4 April 1964
09:36
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 12 April 1964
Kosmos 29 Zenit-2 25 April 1964
10:19
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 3 May 1964
Kosmos 30 Zenit-4 18 May 1964
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 26 May 1964
Kosmos 31 DS-MT 6 June 1964
06:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 20 October 1964 DS-MT #2, second of three DS-MT satellites
Kosmos 32 Zenit-2 10 June 1964
10:48
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 18 June 1964
Kosmos 33 Zenit-2 23 June 1964
10:19
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 1 July 1964
Kosmos 34 Zenit-4 1 July 1964
11:16
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 9 July 1964
Kosmos 35 Zenit-2 15 July 1964
11:31
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 23 July 1964
Kosmos 36 DS-P1-Yu 30 July 1964
03:36
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 28 February 1964 DS-P1-Yu #1, first of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 37 Zenit-2 14 August 1964
09:36
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 22 August 1964
Kosmos 38 Strela-1 18 August 1964
09:15
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication 8 November 1964
Kosmos 39 Strela-1 Communication 17 November 1964
Kosmos 40 Strela-1 Communication 18 November 1964
Kosmos 41 Molniya-1 22 August 1964
07:12
Molniya 8K78 Communication 9 April 2004 Communication antenna failed to deploy[1]
Kosmos 42 Strela-1 22 August 1964
11:02
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Communication 19 December 1965
Kosmos 43 Strela-1 Communication 27 December 1965
Kosmos 44 Meteor 28 August 1964
16:19
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather in orbit
Kosmos 45 Zenit-4 13 September 1964
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 18 September 1964
Kosmos 46 Zenit-2 24 September 1964
12:00
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 2 October 1964
Kosmos 47 Voskhod 3KV 6 October 1964
07:12
Voskhod 11A57 Test 7 October 1964 Prototype Voskhod spacecraft
Kosmos 48 Zenit-2 14 October 1964
09:50
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 20 October 1964
Kosmos 49 DS-MG 24 October 1964
05:16
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 21 August 1965 DS-MG #1, second and last DS-MG satellite
Kosmos 50 Zenit-2 28 October 1964
10:48
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 5 November 1964* Failed to deorbit, self-destructed[2]
Kosmos 51 DS-MT 9 December 1964
23:02
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 14 November 1965 DS-MT #3, last of three DS-MT satellites
Kosmos 52 Zenit-2 11 January 1965
09:36
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 19 January 1965
Kosmos 53 DS-A1 30 January 1965
09:36
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 12 August 1966 DS-A1 #5, fifth of seven DS-A1 satellites
Kosmos 54 Strela-1 21 February 1965
11:00
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication 15 September 1968
Kosmos 55 Strela-1 Communication 2 February 1968
Kosmos 56 Strela-1 Communication 2 November 1967
Kosmos 57 Voskhod 3KD 22 February 1965
07:40
Voskhod 11A57 Test 22 February 1967* Prototype Voskhod spacecraft, accidentally commanded to self-destruct[3]
Kosmos 58 Meteor 26 February 1965
05:02
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 25 February 1990
Kosmos 59 Zenit-4 7 March 1965
09:07
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 15 March 1965 Carried prototype Voskhod airlock[3]
Kosmos 60 E-6 12 March 1965
09:30
Molniya-L 8K72L Lunar probe 17 March 1965 Launch failure
Kosmos 61 Strela-1 15 March 1965
11:00
Kosmos-1 65S1 Communication 15 January 1968
Kosmos 62 Strela-1 Communication 24 September 1968
Kosmos 63 Strela-1 Communication 4 November 1967
Kosmos 64 Zenit-2 25 March 1965
10:04
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 2 April 1965
Kosmos 65 Zenit-4 17 April 1965
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 25 April 1965
Kosmos 66 Zenit-2 7 May 1965
09:50
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 15 May 1965
Kosmos 67 Zenit-4 25 May 1965
10:48
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 2 June 1965
Kosmos 68 Zenit-2 15 June 1965
10:04
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 23 June 1965
Kosmos 69 Zenit-4 25 June 1965
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 3 July 1965
Kosmos 70 DS-A1 2 July 1965
06:30
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Technology 18 December 1966 DS-A1 #7, last of seven DS-A1 satellites
Kosmos 71 Strela-1 16 July 1965
03:31
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication 11 August 1970
Kosmos 72 Strela-1 Communication 24 August 1979
Kosmos 73 Strela-1 Communication 20 March 1974
Kosmos 74 Strela-1 Communication 13 December 1979
Kosmos 75 Strela-1 Communication 28 September 1979
Kosmos 76 DS-P1-Yu 23 July 1965
04:33
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 16 March 1966 DS-P1-Yu #3, third of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 77 Zenit-4 3 August 1965
11:02
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 11 August 1965
Kosmos 78 Zenit-2 14 August 1965
11:16
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 22 August 1965
Kosmos 79 Zenit-4 25 August 1965
10:02
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 2 September 1965
Kosmos 80 Strela-1 3 September 1965
14:00
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 81 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 82 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 83 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 84 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 85 Zenit-4 9 September 1965
09:36
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 17 September 1965
Kosmos 86 Strela-1 18 September 1965
07:59
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 87 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 88 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 89 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 90 Strela-1 Communication in orbit
Kosmos 91 Zenit-4 23 September 1965
09:07
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 1 October 1965
Kosmos 92 Zenit-4 16 October 1965
08:09
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 October 1965
Kosmos 93 DS-U2-V 19 October 1965
05:44
Kosmos-2M 63S1M[4] Technology 3 January 1966 DS-U2-V #1, first of four DS-U2-V satellites
Kosmos 94 Zenit-4 28 October 1965
08:24
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 5 November 1965
Kosmos 95 DS-U2-V 4 November 1965
05:31
Kosmos-2M 63S1M[4] Technology 18 January 1966 DS-U2-V #2, second of four DS-U2-V satellites
Kosmos 96 3MV-4 23 November 1965
03:21
Molniya-M 8K78M Venus probe 9 December 1965 Remained in Earth orbit due to launch failure
Kosmos 97 DS-U2-M 26 November 1965
12:14
Kosmos-2M 63S1M[4] Technology 2 April 1967 DS-U2-M #1, first of two DS-U2-M satellites
Kosmos 98 Zenit-2 27 November 1965
08:24
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 5 December 1965
Kosmos 99 Zenit-2 10 December 1965
08:09
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 18 December 1965
Kosmos 100 Meteor 17 December 1965
02:24
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 15 February 2002
Kosmos 101 DS-P1-Yu 21 December 1965
06:14
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 12 July 1966 DS-P1-Yu #4, fourth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 102 US-A 27 December 1965
22:19
Soyuz/Vostok 11A510 ELINT 13 January 1966 Prototype
Kosmos 103 Strela-2 28 December 1965
12:30
Kosmos-1 65S3 Communication 2 January 1990
Kosmos 104 Zenit-2 7 January 1966
08:24
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 15 January 1966
Kosmos 105 Zenit-2 22 January 1966
08:38
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 30 January 1966
Kosmos 106 DS-P1-I 25 January 1966
12:28
Kosmos-2M 63S1M[4] Radar target 14 November 1966 DS-P1-I #1, first of nineteen DS-P1-I satellites
Kosmos 107 Zenit-2 10 February 1966
08:52
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 18 February 1966
Kosmos 108 DS-U1-G 11 February 1966
18:00
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Solar 21 November 1966 DS-U1-G #1, first of two DS-U1-G satellites
Kosmos 109 Zenit-4 19 February 1966
08:52
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 27 February 1966
Kosmos 110 Voskhod 3KV 22 February 1966
20:09
Voskhod 11A57 Biological 16 March 1966
Kosmos 111 E-6S 1 March 1966
11:03
Molniya-M 8K78M Lunar probe 3 March 1966 Launch failure
Kosmos 112 Zenit-2 17 March 1966
10:28
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 25 March 1966
Kosmos 113 Zenit-4 21 March 1965
09:36
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 29 March 1966
Kosmos 114 Zenit-4 6 April 1965
11:40
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 14 April 1966
Kosmos 115 Zenit-2 20 April 1966
10:48
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 28 April 1966
Kosmos 116 DS-P1-Yu 26 April 1966
10:04
Kosmos-2M 63S1M[4] Radar target 3 December 1966 DS-P1-Yu #6, fifth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 117 Zenit-2 6 May 1966
11:02
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 14 May 1966
Kosmos 118 Meteor 11 May 1966
14:09
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 23 November 1988
Kosmos 119 DS-U2-I 24 May 1966
05:31
Kosmos-2I 63SM Ionospheric 30 November 1966 DS-U2-I #1, first of three DS-U2-I satellites
Kosmos 120 Zenit-2 8 June 1966
11:02
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 16 June 1966
Kosmos 121 Zenit-4 17 June 1965
11:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 25 June 1966
Kosmos 122 Meteor 25 June 1966
10:30
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 14 November 1989
Kosmos 123 DS-P1-Yu 8 July 1966
05:31
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Radar target 10 December 1966 DS-P1-Yu #5, sixth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 124 Zenit-2 14 July 1966
10:33
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 22 July 1966
Kosmos 125 US-A 20 July 1966
09:07
Soyuz/Vostok 11A510 ELINT 2 August 1966 Prototype
Kosmos 126 Zenit-4 28 July 1966
10:48
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 6 August 1966
Kosmos 127 Zenit-4 8 August 1966
11:16
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 16 August 1966
Kosmos 128 Zenit-4 27 August 1966
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 4 September 1966
Kosmos 129 Zenit-2 14 October 1966
12:13
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 21 October 1966
Kosmos 130 Zenit-4 20 October 1966
08:52
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 28 October 1966
Kosmos 131 Zenit-4 12 November 1966
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 20 November 1966
Kosmos 132 Zenit-2 19 November 1966
08:09
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 27 November 1966
Kosmos 133 Soyuz 7K-OK 28 November 1966
11:00
Soyuz 11A511 Test 30 November 1966 Prototype Soyuz, attitude control system failed, self-destructed during reentry[5]
Kosmos 134 Zenit-4 3 December 1966
08:09
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 11 December 1966
Kosmos 135 DS-U2-MP 12 December 1966
20:38
Kosmos-2I 63SM Micrometeoroids 12 April 1967 DS-U2-MP #1, first of two DS-U2-MP satellites
Kosmos 136 Zenit-2 19 December 1966
12:00
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 27 December 1966
Kosmos 137 DS-U2-D 21 December 1966
13:12
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Magnetospheric 23 November 1967 DS-U2-D #1, first of two DS-U2-D satellites
Kosmos 138 Zenit-2 19 January 1967
12:39
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 27 January 1967
Kosmos 139 OGCh 25 January 1967
13:55
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 25 January 1967 Successful test, hit Kapustin Yar
Kosmos 140 Soyuz 7K-OK 7 February 1967
03:20
Soyuz 11A511 Test 9 February 1967 Prototype Soyuz
Kosmos 141 Zenit-4 8 February 1967
10:19
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 16 February 1967
Kosmos 142 DS-U2-I 14 February 1967
10:04
Kosmos-2I 63SM Ionospheric 6 July 1967 DS-U2-I #2, second of three DS-U2-I satellites
Kosmos 143 Zenit-2 27 February 1967
08:45
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 7 March 1967
Kosmos 144 Meteor 28 February 1967
13:34
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 14 September 1982
Kosmos 145 DS-U2-M 3 March 1967
06:44
Kosmos-2I 63SM Technology 8 March 1968 DS-U2-M #2, second and last DS-U2-M satellite
Kosmos 146 Soyuz 7K-L1P 10 March 1967
11:30
Proton-K/D 8K72K Test 22 March 1967 Prototype Lunar Soyuz, recovery not attempted
Kosmos 147 Zenit-2 13 March 1967
12:10
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 21 March 1967
Kosmos 148 DS-P1-I 16 March 1967
17:30
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 7 May 1967 DS-P1-I #2, second of nineteen DS-P1-I satellites
Kosmos 149 DS-MO 21 March 1967
10:07
Kosmos-2I 63SM Technology 7 April 1967 DS-MO #1, first of two DS-MO satellites
Kosmos 150 Zenit-4 22 March 1967
12:44
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 30 March 1967
Kosmos 151 Strela-2 24 March 1967
11:50
Kosmos-3 11K65 Communication 6 May 1991
Kosmos 152 DS-P1-Yu 25 March 1967
06:59
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 5 August 1967 DS-P1-Yu #7, seventh of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 153 Zenit-2 4 April 1967
14:00
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 12 April 1967
Kosmos 154 Soyuz 7K-L1P 8 April
09:00
Proton-K/D 8K72K Test 10 April 1967 Prototype Lunar Soyuz
Kosmos 155 Zenit-4 12 April 1967
10:51
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 12 April 1967
Kosmos 156 Meteor 27 April 1967
12:50
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 23 October 1989
Kosmos 157 Zenit-2 12 May 1967
10:30
Vostok-2 8A92 Reconnaissance 20 May 1967
Kosmos 158 Tsiklon-GVM 15 May 1967
11:00
Kosmos-3M 11K65M Navigation in orbit
Kosmos 159 E-6LS 16 May 1967
21:43
Molniya-M 8K78M Lunar probe 11 November 1977 Launch failure
Kosmos 160 OGCh 17 May 1967
16:05
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 17 May 1967
Kosmos 161 Zenit-4 22 May 1967
14:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 30 May 1967
Kosmos 162 Zenit-4 1 June 1967
10:40
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 9 June 1967
Kosmos 163 DS-U2-MP 5 June 1967
05:03
Kosmos-2I 63SM Micrometeoroids 11 October 1967 DS-U2-MP #2, second and last DS-U2-MP
Kosmos 164 Zenit-2 8 June 1967
13:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 14 June 1967
Kosmos 165 DS-P1-Yu 12 June 1967
18:06
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 15 January 1968 DS-P1-Yu #11, eighth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 166 DS-U3-S 16 June 1967
04:44
Kosmos-2I 63SM Solar 25 October 1967 DS-U3-S #1, first of two DS-U3-S satellites
Kosmos 167 4V-1 17 June 1967
02:36
Molniya-M 8K78M Venus probe 25 June 1967 Remained in Earth orbit after upper stage malfunction
Kosmos 168 Zenit-2 4 July 1967
05:59
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 12 July 1967
Kosmos 169 OGCh 17 July 1967
16:45
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 17 July 1967
Kosmos 170 OGCh 31 July 1967
16:45
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 31 July 1967
Kosmos 171 OGCh 8 August 1967
16:05
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 8 August 1967
Kosmos 172 Zenit-4 9 August 1967
05:45
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 17 August 1967
Kosmos 173 DS-P1-Yu 24 August 1967
04:59
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 17 December 1967 DS-P1-Yu #8, ninth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 174 Molniya-1Yu 31 August 1967
08:00
Molniya-M 8K78M Communication 30 December 1968 Spacecraft failed
Kosmos 175 Zenit-4 11 September 1967
10:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 19 September 1967
Kosmos 176 DS-P1-Yu 12 September 1967
17:00
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 3 March 1968 DS-P1-Yu #10, tenth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 177 Zenit-2 16 September 1967
06:06
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 September 1967
Kosmos 178 OGCh 19 September 1967
14:45
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 19 September 1967
Kosmos 179 OGCh 22 September 1967
14:05
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 22 September 1967
Kosmos 180 Zenit-2 26 September 1967
10:20
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 4 October 1967
Kosmos 181 Zenit-2 11 October 1967
11:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 19 October 1967
Kosmos 182 Zenit-4 16 October 1967
08:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 October 1967
Kosmos 183 OGCh 18 October 1967
13:30
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 18 October 1967
Kosmos 184 Meteor 27 April 1967
22:49
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 2 April 1989
Kosmos 185 IS-A 27 October 1967
02:21
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 ASAT test 14 January 1969
Kosmos 186 Soyuz 7K-OK 27 October 1967
09:29
Soyuz 11A511 Test 31 October 1967 Prototype Soyuz, docked with Kosmos 188
Kosmos 187 OGCh 28 October 1967
13:15
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 28 October 1967
Kosmos 188 Soyuz 7K-OK 30 October 1967
08:12
Soyuz 11A511 Test 2 November 1967 Prototype Soyuz, docked with Kosmos 186
Kosmos 189 Tselina-O GVM 30 October 1967
17:59
Kosmos-3M 11K65M ELINT 8 June 1978
Kosmos 190 Zenit-4 3 November 1967
11:20
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 11 November 1967
Kosmos 191 DS-P1-Yu 21 November 1967
14:29
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 2 March 1968 DS-P1-Yu #9, eleventh of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 192 Tsiklon 23 November 1967
15:00
Kosmos-3M 11K65M Navigation in orbit Spewed about 20 debris on its orbit in Aug. 30, 2009. This was possibly due to impact with unknown object or due to breach of pressurized compartment [6]
Kosmos 193 Zenit-2 25 November 1967
11:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 3 December 1967
Kosmos 194 Zenit-4 3 December 1967
12:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 11 December 1967
Kosmos 195 Zenit-2 16 December 1967
12:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 December 1967
Kosmos 196 DS-U1-G 19 December 1967
06:30
Kosmos-2I 63S1 Solar 7 July 1968 DS-U1-G #2, second of two DS-U1-G satellites
Kosmos 197 DS-U2-V 26 December 1967
09:01
Kosmos-2I 63SM Technology 30 January 1968 DS-U2-V #3, third of four DS-U2-V satellites
Kosmos 198 US-A 27 December 1967
11:28
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 Reconnaissance in orbit
Kosmos 199 Zenit-2 16 January 1968
12:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 30 January 1968
Kosmos 200 Tselina-O 19 January 1968
21:59
Kosmos-3M 11K65M ELINT 24 February 1973
Kosmos 201 Zenit-4 6 February 1968
08:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 14 February 1968
Kosmos 202 DS-U2-V 20 February 1968
10:03
Kosmos-2I 63SM Technology 24 March 1968 DS-U2-V #4, fourth and last DS-U2-V satellite
Kosmos 203 Sfera 20 February 1968
16:00
Kosmos-3M 11K65M Geodesy in orbit
Kosmos 204 DS-P1-I 5 March 1968
11:20
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 2 March 1969 DS-P1-I #1, third of nineteen DS-P1-I satellites
Kosmos 205 Zenit-2 5 March 1968
12:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 13 March 1968
Kosmos 206 Meteor 14 March 1968
09:34
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 22 April 1989
Kosmos 207 Zenit-4 16 March 1968
12:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 March 1968
Kosmos 208 Zenit-2M 21 March 1968
09:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 2 April 1968
Kosmos 209 US-A 22 March 1968
09:30
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 Reconnaissance in orbit
Kosmos 210 Zenit-2 3 April 1968
11:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 11 April 1968
Kosmos 211 DS-P1-Yu 9 April 1968
11:26
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 10 November 1968 DS-P1-Yu #13, twelfth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 212 Soyuz 7K-OK 14 April 1968
10:00
Soyuz 11A51 Test 19 April 1968 Prototype Soyuz, docked with Kosmos 213
Kosmos 213 Soyuz 7K-OK 15 April 1968
06:34
Soyuz 11A51 Test 20 April 1968 Prototype Soyuz, docked with Kosmos 212
Kosmos 214 Zenit-4 18 April 1968
10:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 26 April 1968
Kosmos 215 DS-U1-A 18 April 1968
22:29
Kosmos-2I 63SM Solar/Astronomy 30 June 1968 DS-U1-A #1, only DS-U1-A satellite to be launched
Kosmos 216 Zenit-2 20 April 1968
10:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 28 April 1968
Kosmos 217 IS-P 24 April 1968
16:00
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 ASAT target 26 April 1968 Failed to separate from carrier rocket, interceptor not launched.[7]
Kosmos 218 OGCh 25 April 1968
00:43
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 25 April 1968
Kosmos 219 DS-U2-D 26 April 1968
04:42
Kosmos-2I 63SM Magnetospheric 2 March 1969 DS-U2-D #2, final DS-U2-D
Kosmos 220 Tsiklon 7 May 1968
13:58
Kosmos-3M 11K65M Navigation in orbit
Kosmos 221 DS-P1-Yu 24 May 1968
07:04
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 31 August 1969 DS-P1-Yu #14, thirteenth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 222 DS-P1-Yu 30 May 1968
20:29
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 11 October 1968 DS-P1-Yu #12, fourteenth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 223 Zenit-2 1 June 1968
10:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 9 June 1968
Kosmos 224 Zenit-4 4 June 1968
06:45
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 12 June 1968
Kosmos 225 DS-U1-Ya 11 June 1968
21:29
Kosmos-2I 63SM Mangetospheric 2 November 1968 DS-U1-Ya #1, second of two DS-U1-Ya satellites, but the only one to reach orbit
Kosmos 226 Meteor 12 June 1968
13:14
Vostok-2M 8A92M Weather 18 October 1983
Kosmos 227 Zenit-4 18 June 1968
06:15
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 26 June 1968
Kosmos 228 Zenit-2M 21 June 1968
12:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 3 July 1968
Kosmos 229 Zenit-4 26 June 1968
11:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 4 July 1968
Kosmos 230 DS-U3-S 5 July 1968
06:59
Kosmos-2I 63SM Solar 2 November 1968 DS-U3-S #2, second of two DS-U3-S satellites
Kosmos 231 Zenit-2 10 July 1968
19:49
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 18 July 1968
Kosmos 232 Zenit-4 16 July 1968
13:10
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 July 1968
Kosmos 233 DS-P1-Yu 18 July 1968
19:59
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 7 February 1969 DS-P1-Yu #15, fifteenth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 234 Zenit-4 30 July 1968
07:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 5 August 1968
Kosmos 235 Zenit-2 9 August 1968
07:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 17 August 1968
Kosmos 236 Strela-2 27 August 1968
11:29
Kosmos-3 11K65 Communication 4 March 1990
Kosmos 237 Zenit-4 27 August 1968
12:29
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 4 September 1968
Kosmos 238 Soyuz 7K-OK 28 August 1968
10:00
Soyuz 11A51 Test 1 September 1968 Prototype Soyuz, final test before resumption of manned flights
Kosmos 239 Zenit-4 5 September 1968
07:00
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 13 September 1968
Kosmos 240 Zenit-2 14 September 1968
06:50
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 21 September 1968
Kosmos 241 Zenit-4 16 September 1968
12:30
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 24 September 1968
Kosmos 242 DS-P1-I 20 September 1968
14:39
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 13 November 1968 DS-P1-I #4, fourth of nineteen DS-P1-I satellites
Kosmos 243 Zenit-2M 23 September 1968
07:39
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 4 October 1968
Kosmos 244 OGCh 2 October 1968
13:35
R-36O 8K69 FOBS 2 October 1968
Kosmos 245 DS-P1-Yu 3 October 1968
12:58
Kosmos-2I 63SM Radar target 15 January 1969 DS-P1-Yu #16, sixteenth of seventy nine DS-P1-Yu satellites
Kosmos 246 Zenit-4 7 October 1968
12:05
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 12 October 1968
Kosmos 247 Zenit-2 11 October 1968
12:05
Voskhod 11A57 Reconnaissance 19 October 1968
Kosmos 248 IS-P 19 October 1968
04:20
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 ASAT target 1 November 1968* Intercepted by Kosmos 249 during non-destructive tests before being destroyed by Kosmos 252[7]
Kosmos 249 IS-A 20 October 1968
04:02
Tsyklon-2A 11K67 ASAT 20 October 1968* Intercepted Kosmos 248 during non-destructive test,[8] subsequently self-destructed
Kosmos 250 Tselina-O 19 January 1968
22:00
Kosmos-3M 11K65M ELINT 15 February 1978
* — satellite was destroyed in orbit rather than decaying and burning up in the Earth's atmosphere
List of Kosmos satellites

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • McDowell, Jonathan. "Launch Log". Jonathan's Space Page. Retrieved 2009-12-21. 
  • McDowell, Jonathan. "Satellite Catalog". Jonathan's Space Page. Retrieved 2009-12-21. 
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