The Space Industry’s leading launch & satellite database
Our experienced analysts provide comprehensive, consistent, independent and authoritative information
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Seradata is the home of SpaceTrak
The Space Industry’s leading launch, satellite database and analysis system. Delivered via a powerful website, our experienced analysts provide comprehensive, consistent, independent and authoritative information covering every (orbital) launch and satellite since Sputnik in 1957. Originally created in 1997, SpaceTrak powers the marketing and risk decisions of key launch providers, manufacturers, insurance companies, governments and satellite operators worldwide.
SpaceTrak is the leading product of Seradata, set up as a result of a management buy-out in 2013 from Flightglobal Ascend (formerly Airclaims). Seradata has invested in and continues to improve both the content of and the IT behind SpaceTrak, enhancing the customer experience.
Here’s what SpaceTrak’s users say:
VP Business Development
SpaceTrak is indisputably the most reliable source of information for risk evaluation to support decisions in the space sector.
VP Business Development
Space Systems/Loral (SSL)
At SSL we find the SpaceTrak database of great value for anomaly insurance claim information.
Head of Space
The SpaceTrak online database, as well as the Space Review analysis, have been very valuable to conduct our day-to-day underwriting business.
Senior Corporate Strategy Advisor
SpaceTrak’s comprehensive data is incredibly valuable in helping us make informed business decisions.
Seradata Space Intelligence
Rocket Lab launched its Electron launch vehicle at 0633 GMT on 15 December 2018 from its Mahia Peninsula launch site in New Zealand. The launch carried 13 cubesat class spacecraft for NASA totalling 83kg by mass.There were launched under its Educational Launch of...read more
Virgin Galactic claimed as having achieved “spaceflight” with SpaceShipTwo – but we will stick with the Karman line thank you
The US Air Force has traditionally awarded its pilots "astronaut wings" if they have exceeded 50 miles (80km) in altitude. Others who support this limit of where "space begins" include astrophysicist and spaceflight expert Dr Jonathan McDowell. He has eloquently...read more
SpaceX congratulated itself that its recent wayward Falcon 9v1.2 Block 5 reusable rocket first stage (on the otherwise successful launch of the Dragon CRS-16 space mission) had managed to land safely in the Atlantic Ocean despite missing its Landing Zone 1 landing pad...read more
Boeing Satellite Systems has officially cancelled the construction of the GiSAT 1 communications satellite for the Cayman Islands-based Global IP. Officially the cancellation of the construction order which was originally made in September 2016, was for a payment...read more