1995 in spaceflight

|10 January , 06:18 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|ILS
|Intelsat 704
|Intelsat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 January , 13:45 GMT
|Mu-3SII
|M1, Kagoshima
|ISAS
|Express 1
|ISAS
|LEO
|Material research
|15 January 1995
|Failure
|Second stage control malfunction. Decayed from orbit shortly after launch, over Ghana.
Final flight of Mu-3SII rocket
Spacecraft intended to be recovered
-
|19 January
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|19 January 1995
|Successful
-
|19 January
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|19 January 1995
|Successful
-
|19 January , 20:01 GMT
|Peacekeeper
|LF-02, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|19 January 1995
|Successful
-
|23 January , 12:30 GMT
|S-520
|LA-K, Kagoshima
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Infrared astronomy
|23 January 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|24 January , 03:54 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Kosmos 3M
rowspan = "3"|LC-132, Plesetsk
rowspan = "3"
|Tsikada
|MO RF
|LEO, Polar
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Astrid
|SSC
|LEO, Polar
|Auroral research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|FAISAT
|FAI
|LEO, Polar
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|25 January , 03:54 GMT
|Black Brant XII
|U3, Andoya
|NASA
|SCIFER
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|25 January 1995
|Successful
-
|25 January , 22:40 GMT
|Long March 2E (CZ-2E)
|LC-2, Xichang
|CASC
|Apstar 2
|Intended: Geostationary
|Comsat
|25 January 1995
|Failure
|Guidance error. 20-120 ground casualties
-
|28 January , 16:00 GMT
|S-520
|LA-K, Kagoshima
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Ultraviolet astronomy
|28 January 1995
|Successful
-
|29 January , 06:18 GMT
|Atlas II
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|UHF (USA-108)
|HCI
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|1 February
|Minuteman III
|LF-09, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|GT-156GM
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|1 February 1995
|Successful
-
|2 February , 15:27 GMT
|Black Brant 8C
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|2 February 1995
|Successful
-
|2 February , 15:51 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|2 February 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "8"|3 February , 05:22 GMT
rowspan = "8"|OV|103
rowspan = "8"|LC-39B, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "8"|USA
|STS-63, 6 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, rendezvous with Mir
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="3"|11 February 1995, 11:51 GMT
|Successful
|First Shuttle-Mir flight (did not dock)
-
|SpaceHab SH-03
|NASA/SpaceHab
|LEO, attached to "Discovery"
|Scientific research

|Successful
-
|SPARTAN-204
|NRL
|LEO
|Ultraviolet Astronomy

|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 7 February, Retrieved 9 February
-
|ODERACS-IIA
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|13 March 1996
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 4 February
-
|ODERACS-IIB
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 September 1995
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 4 February
-
|ODERACS-IIC
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|7 February 1996
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 4 February
-
|ODERACS-IID
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|2 March 1995
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 4 February
-
|ODERACS-IIE
|NASA
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 February 1995
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 4 February
-
|7 February
|Storm
|SULF, White Sands
|US Air Force
|BTTV-6
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|7 February 1995
|Successful
-
|12 February
|Aries
|Wallops Island
|BMDO
|LEAP
|BMDO
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|12 February 1995
|Successful
-
|14 February
|MSBS-M4
|Biscarosse
|DMA
|DMA
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|14 February 1995
|Successful
-
|15 February , 16:48 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Progress M-26
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir logistics
|15 March 1995, 06:15 GMT
|Successful
-
|16 February , 17:39 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43, Plesetsk
|RKA
|Foton-10
|RKA/ESA
|LEO
|Microgravity research
|3 March 1995
|Successful
-
|24 February , 10:21 GMT
|Black Brant XII
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|AMICIST
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Auroral research
|24 February 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|2 March , 06:38 GMT
rowspan = "2"|OV|105
rowspan = "2"|LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "2"|USA
|STS-67, 7 Astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"|>18 March 1995, 21:48 GMT
|Successful
-
|ASTRO 2
|NASA
|LEO, attached to 'Endeavour"
|Ultraviolet astronomy

|Successful
-
rowspan = "20"|2 March , 13:00 GMT
rowspan = "20"|Kosmos-3M
rowspan = "20"|LC-132, Plesetsk
rowspan = "20"
|Kosmos-2306
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|30 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS1
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 November 1998
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS2
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|13 November 1998
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS3
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|20 October 1998
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS4
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|3 October 1998
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS5
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|2 November 1997
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS6
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|3 November 1998
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS7
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|25 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS8
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|25 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS9
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS10
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS11
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS12
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|27 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS13
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS14
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS15
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS16
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS17
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS18
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Kosmos-2306-SS19
|MO RF
|LEO
|Laser calibration
|29 October 2000
|Successful
-
|4 March
|Aries
|Wallops Island
|BMDO
|LEAP
|BMDO
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|4 March 1995
|Successful
-
|6 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|6 March 1995
|Successful
-
|6 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|6 March 1995
|Successful
-
|6 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|6 March 1995
|Successful
-
|7 March , 09:23 GMT
|Proton-K
|LC-200, Baikonur
|Kosmos-2307
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|14 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|14 March 1995
|Successful
-
|14 March
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|14 March 1995
|Successful
-
|14 March , 06:11 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Soyuz TM-21, 3 cosmonauts
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|11 September 1995, 06:52 GMT
|Successful
|Mir Expedition 18,
First American cosmonaut
-
|15 March , 20:21 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Wallops Island
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Sounding rocket test
|15 March 1995
|Successful
-
|17 March
|Minuteman III
|LF-09, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|GT-159GM
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|17 March 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|18 March , 08:01 GMT
rowspan = "2"|H-II
rowspan = "2"|LA-Y, Tanegashima
rowspan = "2"|MHI [http://h2a.mhi.co.jp/en/index.html MHI - H-IIA Launch Services] ] Request quotation|date=March 2008
|Space Flyer Unit
|NASDA
|LEO
|Materials research
|20 January 1996, 07:42 GMT
|Successful
|Recovered by OV|105 (STS-72)
-
|Himawari 5
|NASDA
|Geostationary
|Weather
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|19 March , 15:00 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|White Sands
|NASA
|CWAS-37
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|19 March 1995
|Successful
-
|21 March , 19:11 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|PIMS
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|21 March 1995
|Successful
-
|22 March , 04:09 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132, Plesetsk
|Kosmos-2310
|MO RF
|LEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|22 March , 06:18 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|ILS
|Intelsat 705
|Intelsat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|22 March , 16:44 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43, Plesetsk
|Kosmos-2311
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|31 May 1995
|Successful
-
|24 March , 14:05 GMT
|Atlas E
|SLC-3W, Vandenberg AFB
|DMSP Block 5D-2 (USA-109)
|US Air Force/NOAA
|LEO, Polar
|Weather
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Final flight of Atlas E
Final flight of 1.5 stage-to-orbit configuration Atlas rocket
-
|25 March , 08:55 GMT
|Black Brant 10CM1
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|25 March 1995
|Successful
-
|27 March , 15:40 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|White Sands
|NASA
|CWAS-38
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|27 March 1995
|Successful
-
|28 March
|Aries
|Wallops Island
|BMDO
|LEAP FTV-4
|BMDO
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|28 March 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|28 March , 10:00 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Start
rowspan = "3"|LC-158, Plesetsk
rowspan = "3"|RVSN
|Gurwin 1
|IAI
|Intended: LEO
|Technology development
rowspan="3"|28 March 1995
rowspan="3"|Failure
rowspan="3"|Failed to orbit. Crashed into the Sea of Okhotsk
-
|EKA
|Intended: LEO
|Technology development

-
|Oscar 29
|UNAM/AMSAT
|Intended: LEO
|Amateur Radio

-
rowspan = "2"|28 March , 23:14 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Ariane 4 (44LP+)
rowspan = "2"|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan = "2"|Arianespace
|Brazilsat B2
|Telebras
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Hot Bird 1
|Eutelsat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|1 April , 09:33 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|1 April 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|3 April , 13:48 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Pegasus-H
rowspan = "3"|L-1011, Vandenberg AFB
rowspan = "3"|Orbital Sciences
|Orbcomm F1
|Orbcomm
|LEO
|Demo Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|Orbcomm F2
|Orbcomm
|LEO
|Demo Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|Orbview 1
|Orbimage, now GeoEye
|LEO
|Earth observation
Atmospheric research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|5 April , 11:16 GMT
|Shavit-1
|Palmachim
|IAI
|Ofek-3
|IAI
|LEO, Retrograde
|Reconnaissance
|24 October 2000
|Successful
-
|7 April , 21:47 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|ILS
|AMSC-1
|AMSC
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|9 April
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|9 April 1995
|Successful
-
|9 April
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|9 April 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|9 April , 19:34 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Soyuz-U
rowspan = "2"| [Gagarin's Start|LC-1, Baikonur
rowspan = "2"|RKA
|Progress M-276
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir logistics
|23 May 1995, 03:27:40 GMT
|Successful
-
|GFZ
|LEO
|Laser Target
|23 June 1999
|Successful
|Deployed from Mir at 21:50 GMT on 19 April 1995
-
|14 April , 11:30 GMT
|Topol
|LC-158, Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM Test
|14 April 1995
|Successful
-
|15 April , 10:07 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|15 April 1995
|Successful
-
|18 April , 18:00 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Solar research
|18 April 1995
|Successful
-
|21 April , 01:44 GMT
|Ariane 4 (40+)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|ERS-2
|ESA
|LEO, Polar
|Remote Sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|21 April , 15:04 GMT
|THAAD
|White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|21 April 1995
|Successful
|Maiden flight of THAAD
-
|24 April
|Hera
|LC-32, White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|24 April 1995
|Successful
|Maiden flight of Hera
-
|29 April , 05:55 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Kiruna
|DLR
|Mini-Texus 4
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|29 April 1995
|Successful
-
|2 May , 05:55 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Kiruna
|DLR
|Mini-Texus 3
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|2 May 1995
|Successful
-
|14 May , 13:45 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-40, Cape Canaveral
|Advanced Orion 1
|NRO/CIA
|Geostationary
|ELINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 May , 18:00 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|SERTS-35
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Solar research
|15 May 1995
|Successful
-
|17 May , 06:34 GMT
|Ariane 4 (44LP)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|Intelsat 706
|Intelsat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|20 May , 03:33 GMT
|Proton-K
|LC-81, Baikonur
|RKA
|Spektr
|RKA
|LEO, attached to Mir
|Mir module
|23 March 2001
|Partial failure
|Docked to Mir on 1 June.
Heavily damaged in collision with Progress M-34 on 25 June 1997
-
|22 May , 07:05 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|22 May 1995
|Successful
-
|23 May , 05:52 GMT
|Atlas I
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|NASA
|GOES-9 (GOES-J)
|NOAA/NASA
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 May , 20:10 GMT
|Molniya-M
|LC-16, Plesetsk
|Kosmos-2312 (Oko-76)
|MOM
|Molniya
|Early Warning
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|29 May
|Long March 1D (CZ-1D)
|Taiyuan
|CASC
|CASC
|Sub-orbital
|Test rocket
|29 May 1995
|Successful
|Maiden flight of Long March 1D
-
|31 May , 15:27 GMT
|Atlas II
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|UHF F/O F5-EHF (USA-111)
|US Navy
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|6 June , 22:00 GMT
|Taurus-Orion
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|6 June 1995
|Successful
-
|6 June , 22:10 GMT
|Volna (R-29)
|Submarine, Barents Sea
|VMF
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|Test rocket
|6 June 1995
|Successful
-
|8 June , 04:43 GMT
|Tsyklon-2
|LC-90, Baikonur
|Kosmos 2313 (EORSAT)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Sigint/Ocean surveillance
|11 July 1997
|Successful
-
|8 June , 12:45 GMT
|UR-100N
|Baikonur
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|8 June 1995
|Successful
-
|10 June , 00:24 GMT
|Ariane 4 (42P)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|DBS 3
|Hughes
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|14 June
|Peacekeeper
|LF-05, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|14 June 1995
|Successful
-
|22 June , 19:58 GMT
|Pegasus-XL
|L-1011, Vandenberg AFB
|Orbital Sciences
|STEP 3
|US Air Force
|Intended: LEO
|Technology development
|22 June 1995
|Failure
|Second stage malfunction. Destroyed by RSO
-
|26 June
|Strypi IX
|Barking Sands
|US Air Force
|ETCE-11
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target spacecraft
|26 June 1995
|Failure
-
rowspan = "2"|27 June , 19:32 GMT
rowspan = "2"|OV|104
rowspan = "2"|LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "2"|USA
|STS-71, 7 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"|7 July 1995, 14:55 GMT
|Successful
|First Shuttle-Mir docking
Carried EO-19 crew to Mir
-
|Spacelab-Mir LM
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Atlantis"
|Medical research

|Successful
-
|28 June , 18:25 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43, Plesetsk
|RKA
|Kosmos-2314 (Yantar-4K1)
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|6 September 1995
|Successful
-
|29 June
|Strypi IX
|Barking Sands
|US Air Force
|ETCE-12
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target spacecraft
|29 June 1995
|Successful
-
|30 June , 18:00 GMT
|Terrier-Orion
|Wallops Island
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Test rocket
|30 June 1995
|Successful
-
|5 July , 03:09 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132, Plesetsk
|Kosmos-2315 (Tsikada)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "3"|7 July , 16:23 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Ariane 4 (40)
rowspan = "3"|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan = "3"|Arianespace
|Helios 1A
|CNES/DGA
|LEO, Polar
|Reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|CERISE
|CNES/DGA
|LEO, Polar
|Radiation and environmental research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|UPM/LBSAT 1
|UPM
|LEO, Polar
|Experimental Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|10 July , 12:38 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-41, Cape Canaveral
|Trumpet 2 (USA-112)
|NRO/US Air Force
|Molniya
|SIGINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "2"|13 July , 13:41 GMT
rowspan = "2"|OV|103
rowspan = "2"|LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "2"|USA
|STS-70, 5 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
|22 July 1995, 12:02 GMT
|Successful
-
|TDRS-7 (TDRS-G)
|NASA
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Deployed from Shuttle on 13 July, using IUS
-
|20 July , 03:04 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Progress M-28
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir logistics
|4 September 1995, 08:58:55 GMT
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|24 July , 15:52 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Proton-K
rowspan = "3"|LC-200, Baikonur
rowspan = "3"|RKA
|Kosmos-2316
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos-2317
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos-2318
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|24 July , 22:30 GMT
|Trident D-5
|HMS|Victorious|S29|6, Cape Canaveral
|Royal Navy
|Royal Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|24 July 1995
|Successful
|First missile launch from HMS|Victorious|S29|6
-
|26 July , 09:33 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|26 July 1995
|Successful
-
|31 July
|THAAD
|White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|31 July 1995
|Successful
-
|31 July , 23:30 GMT
|Atlas IIA
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|DSCS III B-7 (USA-113)
|US Air Force
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|July (date unknown)
|DF-21
|Taiyuan
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|Within 15 minutes of launch
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|2 August , 23:59 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Molniya-M
rowspan = "2"|LC-43, Plesetsk
rowspan = "2"|VKS
|Interbol 1
|RKA
|HEO
|Magnetospheric research
|16 October 2000
|Successful
-
|Magion 4
|HEO
|Magnetospheric research
|Still in orbit
|Successful
-
|3 August , 22:58 GMT
|Ariane 4 (42L+)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|Panamsat 4
|Panamsat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|5 August , 11:10 GMT
|Delta II (7925)
|LC-17B, Cape Canaveral
|Boeing
|Mugunghwa 1
|Koreasat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|SRM malfunction resulted in incorrect orbit.
Corrected using satellite's own engines, at expense of half usable lifespan
-
|8 August , 08:20 GMT
|Nike-Orion
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|8 August 1995
|Successful
-
|2 August , 23:59 GMT
|Molniya-M
|LC-43, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Molniya-3-47
|MOM
|Molniya
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 August , 22:30 GMT
|Athena-1
|SLC-6, Vandenberg AFB
|Lockheed Martin
|GemStar 1 (VitaSat)
|LMSC
|Intended: LEO
|Comsat
|T+160 seconds
|Failure
|Destroyed by range safety after loss of control system
Maiden flight of Athena
-
|16 August
|Storm
|LC-36, White Sands
|US Air Force
|MTD-1
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|GPS targeting test
|16 August 1995
|Successful
-
|16 August
|RH-560
|Sriharikota
|ISRO
|ISRO
|Sub-orbital
|Test sounding rocket
|16 August 1995
|Successful
-
|22 August
|Trident D-5
|HMS|Victorious|S29|6, Cape Canaveral
|Royal Navy
|Royal Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|22 August 1995
|Successful
-
|24 August , 20:00 GMT
|TR-1
|LA-T, Tanegashima
|NASDA
|NASDA
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|24 August 1995
|Successful
-
|25 August
|Rif (R-39)
|Submarine, North Pole
|RVSN/VMF
|VMF
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM Test
|25 August 1995
|Successful
-
|28 August , 17:30 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Test sounding rocket
|28 August 1995
|Successful
-
|29 August , 00:53 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|JCSAT 3
|JSAT
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|29 August , 06:41 GMT
|Ariane 4 (44P)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|N-STAR A
|NTT
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|30 August
|Peacekeeper
|LF-02, Vandenberg AFB
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM test
|30 August 1995
|Successful
-
|30 August , 19:33 GMT
|Proton-K
|LC-200, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos 2319 (Potok)
|MOM
|Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "2"|31 August , 06:49 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Tsyklon-3
rowspan = "2"|LC-32, Plesetsk
rowspan = "2"|VKS
|Sich 1 (Okean)
|NKAU
|LEO
|Remote Sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Fasat-Alfa
|LEO
|Technology Development
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Failed to separate from Sich 1, but otherwise still operable
First Chiliean satellite
-
|2 September , 01:13 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|Thunderstorm III
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|2 September 1995
|Successful
-
|3 September , 09:00 GMT
|Soyuz-U2
|LC-1, Baikonur
|RKA
|Soyuz TM-22, 3 Cosmonauts
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|29 February 1996
|Successful
|Mir Expedition 20
Final flight of Soyuz U2 carrier rocket
-
|5 September , 07:50 GMT
|Topol
|LC-158, Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM Test
|5 September 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|7 September , 15:09 GMT
rowspan = "3"|OV|105
rowspan = "3"|LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "3"|USA
|STS-69, 5 Astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="3"|>16 September 1995, 11:38 GMT
|Successful
-
|SPARTAN-201
|NASA
|LEO, attached to 'Endeavour"
|Solar research

|Successful
|Deployed by Shuttle 8 September, retrieved 10 September
-
|WSF-2
|SII
|LEO, attached to 'Endeavour"
|Materials research

|Successful
|Deployed by Shuttle 1 September, retrieved 14 September
-
|12 September , 18:05 GMT
|Black Brant 9CM1
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Solar research
|12 September 1995
|Successful
-
|17 September , 07:30 GMT
|S-520
|LA-K, Kagoshima
|ISAS
|ISAS
|Sub-orbital
|Technology demonstration
|17 September 1995
|Failure
-
|24 September , 00:06 GMT
|Ariane 4 (42L)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|Telstar 4 (Telstar 402R)
|Initially AT&T, later Loral Skynet
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Partial failure
|Power failure on 19 September 2003 resulted in loss of satellite
-
|26 September , 11:20 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-43, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Resurs F2 N.10
|MOM
|LEO
|Resource location
|26 October 1995
|Successful
|Recovered
-
|29 September , 04:25 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-31, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos 2320 (Yantar-4KS1
|MOM
|LEO
|Reconnaissance
|28 September 1996
|Successful
-
|2 October
|Hera
|LC-94, White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Target demonstration
|2 October 1995
|Successful
-
|6 October , 03:23 GMT
|Kosmos-3M
|LC-132, Plesetsk
|VKS
|Kosmos-2321 (Parus)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|Second stage malfunction
Placed in useless orbit
-
|8 October , 18:50 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-31, Baikonur
|VKS
|Progress M-29
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir logistics
|19 December 1995, 16:15:20 GMT
|Successful
-
|10 October
|Topol
|LC-158, Plesetsk
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|ICBM Test
|10 October 1995
|Successful
-
|11 October , 16:26 GMT
|Proton-K
|LC-81, Baikonur
|VKS
|Luch 1
|MOM
|Geosynchronous
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Retired on 1 June 1999
-
|13 October
|Storm
|SULF, White Sands
|US Air Force
|BTTV-9
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ABM (THAAD) target
|13 October 1995
|Successful
-
|13 October
|THAAD
|White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ABM test
|13 October 1995
|Successful
-
|19 October , 00:38 GMT
|Ariane 4 (42L)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|Astra 1E
|SES Astra
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "2"|20 October , 13:53 GMT
rowspan = "2"|OV|102
rowspan = "2"|LC-39B, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "2"|USA
|STS-73, 7 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO
|Manned orbital flight
rowspan="2"-->5 November 1995, 11:46 GMT
|Successful
-
|USML-2 (Spacelab)
|NASA
|LEO, attached to "Columbia"
|Microgravity research

|Successful
-
|22 October , 08:00 GMT
|Atlas II
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|UHF F/O F6 (USA-114)
|US Navy
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|23 October , 22:03 GMT
|Conestoga 1620
|LA-0A, Wallops Island
|Meteor
|Intended: LEO
|Weather
|T+46 seconds
|Failure
|Self-destruct activated after loss of control
Only flight of Conestoga 1620 rocket
-
|25 October , 13:13 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|X-ray astronomy
|25 October 1995
|Successful
-
|28 October , 18:00 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|28 October 1995
|Successful
-
|29 October
|Trident C-4
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|29 October 1995
|Successful
-
|31 October , 20:19 GMT
|Zenit 2
|LC-45L, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos 2322 (Tselina-2)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Sigint
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|2 November
|Kosmos-65MP
|LC-107, Kapustin Yar
|RVSN
|RVSN
|Sub-orbital
|Test re-entry vehicle
|2 November 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|4 November , 14:22 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Delta II (7920-10)
rowspan = "2"|SLC-2W, Vandenberg AFB
rowspan = "2"|Boeing
|Radarsat
|CSA
|LEO, Polar
|Earth imaging
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|SURFSAT
|MDAC/NASA
|LEO, Polar
|Test Deep Space Network
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|5 November , 16:14 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|5 November 1995
|Successful
-
|6 November , 05:51 GMT
|Titan IV/Centaur
|LC-40, Cape Canaveral
|Milstar DFS-2 (USA-115)
|NRO/US Air Force
|Geosynchronous
|SIGINT
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|7 November , 06:38 GMT
|Black Brant XII
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|OEDIPUS-C
|CSA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|7 November 1995
|Successful
-
|10 November
|DF-21
|Taiyuan
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|10 October 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|12 November , 12:30 GMT
rowspan = "2"|OV|104
rowspan = "2"|LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center
rowspan = "2"|USA
|STS-74, 5 astronauts
|NASA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Manned orbital flight
|20 November 1995, 17:02 GMT
|Successful
-
|Mir-Shuttle Docking Module (DM-316GK)
|RKA/NASA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir module
|23 March 2001
|Successful
-
|14 November , 17:04 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|14 November 1995
|Successful
-
|17 November , 01:20 GMT
|Ariane 4 (44P)
|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
|Arianespace
|ISO
|ESA
|HEO
|Infrared astronomy
|Still in orbit
|Successful
|Retired on 16 May 1998
-
|17 November , 14:25 GMT
|Proton-K
|LC-200, Baikonur
|VKS
|Gals-2
|MOM
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|19 November , 15:30 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|19 November 1995
|Successful
-
|20 November , 17:00 GMT
|Black Brant IX
|LA-2-N, Woomera
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Astronomy
|20 November 1995
|Successful
-
|24 November , 14:00 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|24 November 1995
|Successful
-
|27 November , 08:03 GMT
|Nike-Tomahawk
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|27 November 1995
|Successful
-
|27 November , 08:07 GMT
|Black Brant 8C
|Poker Flat
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|Ionospheric research
|27 November 1995
|Successful
-
|28 November , 09:42 GMT
|Maxus
|Kiruna
|SSC
|DLR
|Sub-orbital
|Microgravity research
|28 November 1995
|Successful
-
|28 November , 11:30 GMT
|Long March 2E (CZ-2E)
|LC-2, Taiyuan
|CASC
|Asiasat 2
|AsiaSat
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|2 December , 08:08 GMT
|Atlas IIAS
|LC-36B, Cape Canaveral
|SOHO
|ESA/NASA
|Earth-Sun L1 point
|Solar research
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|4 December , 11:20 GMT
|Black Brant 8C
|LC-36, White Sands
|NASA
|NASA
|Sub-orbital
|X-ray astronomy
|4 December 1995
|Successful
-
|5 December , 21:18 GMT
|Titan IV
|SLC-4E, Vandenberg AFB
|USA-116 (Improved Crystal)
|NRO/CIA
|LEO, Polar
|Reconnaissance
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
rowspan = "2"|6 December , 23:23 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Ariane 4 (44L)
rowspan = "2"|ELA-2, CSG (Kourou)
rowspan = "2"|Arianespace
|Telecom 2C
|France Telecom
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|INSAT-2C
|ISRO
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|7 December
|Trident D-5
|Submarine, Cape Canaveral
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|SLBM test
|7 December 1995
|Successful
-
|13 December
|Storm
|SULF, White Sands
|US Air Force
|BTTV-10
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ABM (THAAD) target
|13 December 1995
|Successful
-
|13 December
|THAAD
|White Sands
|US Air Force
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|ABM test
|13 December 1995
|Successful
-
rowspan = "3"|14 December , 06:10 GMT
rowspan = "3"|Proton-K
rowspan = "3"|LC-200, Baikonur
rowspan = "3"|VKS
|Kosmos-2323
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Kosmos-2324
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
|Backup spacecraft
-
|Kosmos-2325
|MOM
|MEO
|Navigation
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|15 December , 00:23 GMT
|Atlas IIA
|LC-36A, Cape Canaveral
|Galaxy 3R
|HCG
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|18 December , 14:31 GMT
|Soyuz-U
|LC-1, Baikonur
|VKS
|Progress M-30
|RKA
|LEO, docked to Mir
|Mir logistics
|22 February 1996, 11:02:36 GMT
|Successful
-
|20 December , 00:52 GMT
|Tsyklon-2
|LC-90, Baikonur
|VKS
|Kosmos 2326 (EORSAT)
|MO RF
|LEO
|Sigint/Ocean surveillance, astrophysics research
|8 November 1997
|Successful
-
rowspan = "2"|28 December , 06:45 GMT
rowspan = "2"|Molniya-M
rowspan = "2"|LC-31, Baikonur
rowspan = "2"|VKS
|IRS-1C
|ISRO
|LEO, Polar
|Remote Sensing
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Skipper
|Utah State University/RKA
|LEO, Polar
|Aerobraking experiment
|Still in orbit
|Failure
|Solar array malfunction
-
|28 December , 11:50 GMT
|Long March 2E (CZ-2E)
|LC-2, Xichang
|CASC
|Echostar 1
|TCI
|Geostationary
|Comsat
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|30 December , 13:48 GMT
|Delta II (7920-10)
|LC-17A, Cape Canaveral
|Boeing
|XTE
|NASA
|LEO
|X-ray astronomy
|Still in orbit
|Successful so far
-
|Unknown date
|DF-21
|Taiyuan
|Sub-orbital
|Missile test
|Within 15 minutes of launch
|Successful
-

Deep Space Rendezvous in 1995

*7 December — Galileo subprobe descented through the Jovian atmosphere
*8 December — Galileo entered Jovian orbit
*no date — "Ulysses" pass over solar north pole

EVAs

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