Tracking as a subscription service
In the past, tracking objects in LEO meant decades and billions of dollars to stand up the required radars, computing infrastructure, and staffing. Today, LeoLabs handles all of that. Automated satellite and space debris tracking services are now available in real-time, over the internet, from a network of trusted radars.LEARN MORE >>TRY NOW >>
LeoLabs is the world’s first and only supplier of commercial radar tracking services for objects in Low Earth Orbit.
We supply the richest automated data, greatest debris detail and resolution, and most responsive ephemeris generation. Access our products through a variety of interfaces, designed to integrate with your system.
Protect satellite assets and the company that you built on them.
LeoLabs services protect your satellites from catastrophic collisions, protect your company from liabilities from leaving debris in orbit, and support troubleshooting activities.Learn More >>
Your space sector is a point of national pride and it’s growing quickly.
Safety doesn’t happen by accident. Catch issues early and implement data-driven solutions to protect and promote your space industry.Learn More >>
Prevent surprise with LeoLabs real-time data feeds.
New satellite fleets, new launch vehicles, new spacefaring nations all add up to a complex LEO environment.Learn More >>
Constellations bring new complexity.
LEO constellations bring new risks. LeoLabs reports analyze the events of the past year and report on the risk environment surrounding your portfolio.Learn More >>
LeoLabs Tracking and Monitoring Service
LeoLabs, the world’s premier supplier of commercial data for low Earth orbit, provides its Tracking and Monitoring service available to satellite operators worldwide.Read More >>
Space debris measurements using the advanced modular incoherent scatter radar
The Advanced Modular Incoherent Scatter Radar (AMISR) is a modular, mobile UHF phased-array radar facility developed and used for scientific studies of the ionosphere.Read More >>
Space object attitude stability determined from radar cross-section statistics
We present a new method for estimating the attitude stability of low-Earth resident space objects (RSOs) using radar cross-section (RCS) statistics from LeoLabs’ global radar network.Read More >>
Space debris mapping services for use by LEO satellite operators
Space situational awareness (SSA) is key to mission success for satellites operating across all orbital regimes.Read More >>