Space Network (SN) Map

Background
first generation TDRS
Pacific Ocean Region

Three TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Pacific Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft flying over the region.

TDRS
third generation TDRS
Atlantic Ocean Region
  Four TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Atlantic Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft orbiting in that region.
TDRS
second generation tdrs
Pacific Ocean Region

Three TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Pacific Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft flying over the region.

TDRS
first generation TDRS
Indian Ocean Region
Two TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Indian Ocean, ensuring full communications coverage worldwide.
TDRS
second generation tdrs
Indian Ocean Region
Two TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Indian Ocean, ensuring full communications coverage worldwide.
TDRS
third generation TDRS
Pacific Ocean Region

Three TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Pacific Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft flying over the region.

TDRS
third generation TDRS
Atlantic Ocean Region
  Four TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Atlantic Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft orbiting in that region.
TDRS
second generation tdrs
Atlantic Ocean Region
Four TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Atlantic Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft orbiting in that region.
TDRS
 
Guam
The third Space Network ground terminal, called the Guam Remote Station, opened in the 1990s and provides the ability to utilize TDRS in the Indian Ocean Region, necessary for global coverage.
Guam
 
Blossom Point
The Blossom Point ground terminal, the SN’s newest site called the Blossom Point Remote Station, is located in Maryland. It is now operational to fulfill customer requirements in the Atlantic Ocean Region.
Blossom Point
 
White Sands
Two Space Network ground terminals, together called the White Sands Complex, are located in White Sands, New Mexico, an provide the primary hub for managing SN communications.
White Sands
 
 

Four TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Atlantic Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft orbiting in that region. TDRS

Three TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Pacific Ocean, providing communications coverage to spacecraft flying over the region.

TDRS

Two TDRS spacecraft provide customer services over the Indian Ocean, ensuring full communications coverage worldwide. TDRS

Two Space Network ground terminals, together called the White Sands Complex, are located in White Sands, New Mexico, an provide the primary hub for managing SN communications. White Sands

The Blossom Point ground terminal, the SN’s newest site called the Blossom Point Remote Station, is located in Maryland. It is now operational to fulfill customer requirements in the Atlantic Ocean Region. Blossom Point

The third Space Network ground terminal, called the Guam Remote Station, opened in the 1990s and provides the ability to utilize TDRS in the Indian Ocean Region, necessary for global coverage. Guam