Wikidata:List of properties/spacecraft

Wikidata property for spacecraft (Q28104992)

Title ID Data type Description Examples Inverse
COSPAR IDP247External identifierinternational satellite designation, administered by the UN Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and the US National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC)Venera 7 <COSPAR ID> 1970-060A-
space launch vehicleP375Itemtype of rocket or other vehicle for launching subject payload into outer spaceSkylab <space launch vehicle> Saturn V-
SCNP377External identifierSatellite Catalog Number, 5-digit-number including leading zeros (e.g. '00266')Advanced Composition Explorer <SCN> 24912-
type of orbitP522Itemorbit a satellite has around its central bodyJamal 201 <type of orbit> geostationary orbit-
UTC date of spacecraft launchP619Point in timeyear-month-day of spacecraft launch not adjusted by timezone or other offsetSTS-1 <UTC date of spacecraft launch> 1981-04-12-
time of spacecraft landingP620Point in timedate and time of spacecraft landing in UTC-
time of spacecraft orbit decayP621Point in timedate and time of spacecraft orbit decay in UTC-
spacecraft docking/undocking dateP622Point in timedate and time of spacecraft docking or undocking event, in UTC-
satellite busP707Itemgeneral model on which multiple-production satellite spacecraft is based-
launch contractorP1079Itemorganization contracted to launch the rocketGaia <launch contractor> Arianespace-
location of landingP1158Itemlocation where the craft landedYutu <location of landing> Mare Imbrium-
transmitted signal typeP1170Itemtype of signal transmitted by a deviceGaia <transmitted signal type> S band-
received signal typeP1194Itemtype of signal received by a deviceGaia <received signal type> X band-
space tugP1201Itemspacecraft vehicle designed to move the payload from a reference orbit to the target orbit, or direct it to an interplanetary trajectorySpektr-R <space tug> Fregat-
carries scientific instrumentP1202Itemscientific instruments carried by a vessel, satellite, or device that are not required for propelling or navigatingGaia <carries scientific instrument> RVS-
orbits completedP1418Quantitynumber of orbits a spacecraft has done around a bodyGemini 10 <orbits completed> 43-
orbital inclinationP2045Quantityorbital inclination of a stable orbitMakemake <orbital inclination> 29.00685 degree-
orbital periodP2146Quantitythe time taken for a given astronomic object to make one complete orbit about another objectMars <orbital period> 668.5991 sol-
apoapsisP2243Quantitydistance, at which a celestial body is the farthest to the object it orbitsEarth <apoapsis> 151930000 kilometre-
periapsisP2244Quantitydistance, at which a celestial body is the closest to the object it orbitsEarth <periapsis> 147095000 kilometre-
backup or reserve team or crewP3015Itemteam or crew that is kept ready to act as reserveApollo 8 <backup or reserve team or crew> Fred Haise-
closest approachP6354Quantityqualifier for minimum distance from an astronomical object that this spacecraft fliesPioneer 11 <closest approach> 43000 kilometre-