GPS satellite outages are determined by the US Air Force using a Notice Advisory to Navstar Users (NANU). NANUs are categorized by their type and can represent forecasted, current or summary outages. See the full list of outage types on the CelesTrak website.
GPS satellite outages identified as current by the US Air Force. Current outage types are usually reserved for unscheduled outages.
There are no current outages at this time.
GPS satellite outages identified as predicted by the US Air Force.
|PRN||SVN||NANU||Type||Outage start||Outage stop||Duration|
|21||45||2017123||FCSTDV||Dec 14, 2017 13:15:00||Dec 15, 2017 01:15:00||00d:12h:00m:000s|
|6||67||2017124||FCSTDV||Dec 19, 2017 08:45:00||Dec 19, 2017 20:45:00||00d:12h:00m:000s|
GPS satellite outages identified as historical by the US Air Force, occurring within the last month.
There are no recent outages at this time.
Last checked for outage data: 2017-12-15 17:56:37Z
GPS outages in a calendar format from AGI can be found here:
Historical GPS Outages can be found here:
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