GPS Satellite Outage Information

All information on this page is taken from the GPS Satellite Outage File and SEM almanacs produced by the US Air Force 2nd Space Operations Squadron, who operates the GPS Constellation.

Satellite Outage File (SOF) Details

The current SOF is available from CelesTrak here: 2015_149_152731_v01.sof
The latest check for a SOF was on: 2015 May 30, 14:03:17
The SOF was last retrieved on: 2015 May 30, 04:25:47

GPS Satellite Outage Calendar

Historical outages are colored black, Predicted outages are colored gold, Current outages are colored red

     
AprilMay 2015June
SuMoTuWeThFrSa
1
PRN 18
B 00:31
E 05:33
2
3456789
101112
PRN 2
B 18:09
13
PRN 2
E 01:46
141516
171819
PRN 4
B 12:46
E 14:38
20212223
2425262728
PRN 9
B 14:00
E 19:15
2930
31

Current GPS Outages

No Current Outages

Predicted GPS Outages

Predicted Outages
PRNSVNOutage TypeReferenceOutage Start TimeOutage End TimeDuration (hrs)
2145FCSTDV20150416/5/2015 3:00:00 AM6/5/2015 3:00:00 PM12

Historical GPS Outages

A GPS historical outage table can be accessed from the link below. The historical outages table contains all GPS outages since 1998.

Historical Outages

GPS Satellite Health Information

The information below shows the number of healthy GPS satellites, since 1998. The number of satellites in the GPS constellation comes from the SEM almanac for that day. The number of unhealthy satellites for that day comes from the Satellite Outage File. The SOF outages are subtracted from the number of satellites in the constellation to get the number of healthy satellites.

The list of unused PRN numbers come from those PRNs not listed in the SEM almanac.

Number of GPS satellites in the latest almanac: 31
Number of unhealthy GPS satellites in the SOF: 0
Current number of healthy GPS satellites: 31
Unused PRN number(s): 8

Healthy GPS Satellites Graph

This graph plots the number of healthy GPS satellites since 1998 (Full History), or over the last 365 days.

Note that since this is calculated on a daily boundary, this graph will show sequential outages in a single day as concurrent, and may not reflect the more updated statistics above.