List of passive satellites

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Starshine 2 deployed into space from Space Shuttle Endeavour, in 2001
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List of passive satellites is a listing of inert or mostly inert satellites, mainly of the Earth. This includes typically various reflector type satellites used for geodesy and atmospheric measurements

Passive satellites[edit]

Mostly passive satellites[edit]

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References[edit]

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