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The SpaceX Launch Log
« on: 06/16/2016 10:02 PM »
This is a thread that has grown out of the SpaceX Scrubs thread into a stand-alone launch log. With your help I will try to capture everything interesting about each launch, including payload info. The first post will have the full log, while new info and discussion can happen in subsequent posts.

----Key----
S: Static fire attempt (unsuccessful)
X: Weather scrub of static fire
F: Successful static fire
C: Countdown attempt (unsuccessful)
W: Weather scrub of launch
R: Range scrub of launch
D: Mission delay
L: Launch
LF: Launch Failure
BL: Booster Lost (controlled re-entry/landing attempted)
BR: Booster Recovered

[] source
(not verified) kindly requesting the community to verify my info about this mission, as I believe I have gathered all public info about it
(verified) mission info verified

----Missions---
->Falcon 1
Falcon 1 flight 01 - FalconSAT-2
Falcon 1 flight 02 - DemoFlight 2
Falcon 1 flight 03 - Trailblazer, NanoSail-D, PRESat, Explorers
Falcon 1 flight 04 - RatSat
Falcon 1 flight 05 - RazakSAT

->Falcon 9 v1.0
Falcon 9 flight 01 - Test flight 1
(incomplete)
  S) 2010-03-09, Abort at spin start T-0:02[44]
  C) 2010-06-04, Out of range engine parameter, sensor error T-0:01[43]
Falcon 9 flight 02 - COTS Demo flight 1
  S) 2010-12-03, Aborted at T-1.1 seconds due to high engine chamber pressure [50]
  S) 2010-12-04, Low gas generator pressure in engine 6. [51]
  F) 2010-12-04, Successful static fire [52]
  C) 2010-12-08, False abort on the Ordnance Interrupter (OI) ground feedback  [53]
  L) 2010-12-08, Successful launch [54]
Falcon 9 flight 03 - COTS Demo flight 2 (incomplete)
  C) 2012-05-19, High pressure reading in engine 5 chamber due to a faulty check valve T-0:01[42]
Falcon 9 flight 04 - SpaceX CRS-1
  F) 2012-09-29, Successful static fire [32]
  L) 2012-10-07, Successful launch (the one with the engine failure) [33]
Falcon 9 Flight 05 - SpaceX CRS-2
  F) 2013-02-25, Successful static fire [28]
  L) 2013-03-01, Successful launch [29]

->Falcon 9 v1.1

Falcon 9 flight 06 - CASSIOPE (verified)
  S) 2013-09-11, Several issues during tanking [3]
  S) 2013-09-12, Countdown abort [3]
  S) 2013-09-12, Countdown abort [3]
  S) 2013-09-12, Fired with issues [3]

  F) 2013-09-19, Successful static fire [3]
  D) 2013-09-19 - 2013-09-29, Delay due to LRR and mostly due to range conflicts [31]
  L) 2013-09-29, Successful launch [4]

  BL) 2013-09-29, First Boostback/landing burn attempt. First water landing attempt but "spun up due to aero torque, centrifuged and flamed out" (received telemetry only)

Falcon 9 flight 07 - SES-8
  S) 2013-11-20, Unspecified issues, weather [7]
  F) 2013-11-21, Successful static fire (the one with the excessive venting) [7]
  C) 2013-11-25, 1st stage LOX vent/pressure relief valve. [5]
  C) 2013-11-25, Ground electrical power supply. [5]
  C) 2013-11-25, 1st stage LOX vent/pressure relief valve, premature release of ECS duct. [5][41]
  C) 2013-11-28, Abort at ignition by low ramp up of thrust on Merlin 1D engines, T-0:01 [6][40]
  C) 2013-11-28, Oxygen contamination of ground side TEA-TEB T-1:00 [6]

  L) 2013-12-03, Successful launch [6]

Falcon 9 flight 08 - Thaicom 6
  F) 2013-12-29, Successful static fire [26]
  D) 2014-01-03 - 2014-01-06, Delay due to payload fairing issue [26]
  L) 2014-01-06, Successful launch [27]

Falcon 9 flight 09 - SpaceX CRS-3 (verified)
  X) 2014-03-07, Weather scrub of static fire [30]
  F) 2014-03-08, Successful static fire [21]
  D) 2014-03-16 - 2014-03-30, Delay due to payload contamination [22]
  D) 2014-03-30 - 2014-04-14, Delay due to fire damage to range radar [23]
  C) 2014-04-14, Helium leak on 1st stage [24][39]
  L) 2014-04-18, Successful launch [25]
  BL) 2014-04-18, First use of landing legs. NSF video reconstruction effort

Falcon 9 flight 10 - OG2 Mission 1
  S) 2014-05-08, Umbilical connections between the pad and the rocket [15]
  S) 2014-05-09, Helium leak at Composite Overwrap Pressure Vessels (COPV) [16]
  D) 2014-05-10 - 2014-06-20, Delay due to helium leak, range, re-test on the satellites [16,17]
  F) 2014-06-13, Successful static fire [18]
  C) 2014-06-20, Pressure decrease in 2nd stage [19]
  W) 2014-06-21, Weather (the one without the webcast) [19]
  C) 2014-06-22, 1st stage TVC actuator [19]
  D) 2014-06-22 - 2015-07-14, Delay due to TVC actuator, range maintenance [19]
  F) 2014-07-11, 2nd Successful static fire [19]
  C) 2014-07-14, Ground Support Equipment (GSE) [20]
  L) 2014-07-14, Successful launch [20]
  BL) 2014-07-14, Third water landing attempt, first "soft" water landing

Falcon 9 flight 11 - Asiasat 8
  F) 2014-07-31, Successful static fire [13]
  C) 2014-08-06, Abort, 1st stage hydraulic parameters T-0:45 [14]
  L) 2014-08-06, Successful launch [14]

Falcon 9 flight 12 - Asiasat 6
  F) 2014-08-22, Successful static fire [10]
  D) 2014-08-27 - 2014-09-06, Delay due to F9R accident, commonality evaluation [11]
  L) 2014-09-07, Successful launch [12]

Falcon 9 flight 13 - SpaceX CRS-4
  F) 2014-09-17, Successful static fire [8]
  W) 2014-09-19, Weather scrub [9][45]
  L) 2014-09-21, Successful launch [9]

Falcon 9 flight 14 - SpaceX CRS-5
  S) 2014-12-17, Early engine shutdown during static fire [8]
  F) 2014-12-19, Successful static fire [1]
  D) 2014-12-19 - 2015-01-05, Delay due to static fire issue, ISS beta angles and holidays [1]
  C) 2015-01-06, Z axis actuator drift on the 2nd stage thrust vector control system, Τ-1:21 [2][38]
  L) 2015-01-10, Successful launch (the one with the ASDS crash landing) [34]
  BL) 2015-01-10, First ASDS landing attempt at JRTI, First use of Hypersonic Grid fins (ran out of hydraulic fluid), 45 degree crash/explosion

Falcon 9 flight 15 - DSCOVR
  F) 2015-01-31, Successful static fire [35]
  R) 2015-02-08, Scrub due to AF radar outage, Τ-2:26. Issue with 1st stage video transmitter (not needed for launch). There may have been a non-public vehicle issue that would have scrubbed launch as well [36][37]
  D) 2015-02-09, Weather delay[36]
  W) 2015-02-10, Weather scrub, red upper level winds T-12:41[36]
  L) 2015-02-11, Successful launch (the one with the ASDS call off due to 10m waves) [36]
  BL) 2015-02-11, No ASDS - 10m waves - "soft, precise water landing"

Falcon 9 Flight 16 - ABS-3A & Eutelsat 115 West B
  F) 2015-02-25, Successful static fire [46]
  L) 2015-03-02, Successful launch (The one with the 2 electric satellites) [47]

Falcon 9 Flight 17 - SpaceX CRS-6
  F) 2015-04-11, Successful static fire [48]
  W) 2015-04-13, Weather scrub, anvil rule, T-3:07 [48]
  L) 2015-04-14, Successful launch (the one where the 1st stage landed and tipped over)[48]
  BL) 2015-04-14, Second landing attempt at JRTI, high lateral velocity (because of stuck valve), tipped over.

Falcon 9 Flight 18 - TurkmenAlem52/MonacoSat
  F) 2015-04-22, Successful static fire [56]
  L) 2015-04-27, Successful launch (the one that was swapped with CRS-6 due to a helium bottle issue) [55]

Falcon 9 Flight 19 - SpaceX CRS-7
  F) 2015-06-26, Successful static fire [57]
  LF) 2015-06-28, Launch failure (the one where the second stage went kaboom 139 seconds into first stage flight) [58]

Falcon 9 Flight 21 - Jason-3
payload mass: 510 kilograms, orbit: LEO 1,336km [62]
  F) 2016-01-11, Successful static fire [63]
  L) 2016-01-17, Successful launch (the one that was the last F9 v1.1)[62]
  BL) 2016-01-17, Successful barge landing at JRTI but a leg lockout didn’t latch, so it tipped over after landing [62]

->Falcon 9 FT
Falcon 9 Flight 20 - ORBCOMM-2 RTF Mission
core number: 1019
  S) 2015-12-16, Unsuccessful static fire [59]
  S) 2015-12-17, Unsuccessful static fire, deep cryo liquid oxygen presenting some challenges [59]
  F) 2015-12-18, Successful static fire [59]
  D) 2015-12-20, 24h delay for improved odds for landing attempt and better analysis for subcooled LOX (Possibly due to wind gusts that affect landing and LOX temps) [60]
  L) 2015-12-21, Successful launch (the one with the epic landing at LZ1)[61]
  BR) 2015-12-21, Successful landing at LZ1[61]
  S) 2016-01-14, Static fire scrub (ground side issues) [67]
  F) 2016-01-15, Successful static fire (engine 9 showed thrust fluctuations. Maybe some debris ingestion) [67]

Falcon 9 Flight 22 - SES-9
payload mass: 5,271 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous, delivered orbit: 334 x 40648 km x 27.96° [65], [69]
core number: 1020
  F) 2016-02-22, Successful static fire [64]
  D) 2016-02-24, 24h delay to ensure liquid oxygen temperatures are as cold as possible in an effort to maximize performance of the vehicle (due to high winds) [66]
  C) 2016-02-25, Scrub at T-1:41, LOX loading issues [65]
  R) 2016-02-28, Delay, wayward boat got into range [65]
  C) 2016-02-28, Scrub at T-0, aborted on low thrust alarm. Rising oxygen temps due to hold for boat and helium bubble triggered alarm [65]
  D) 2016-03-01, Delay due to extreme high altitude wind shear [68]
  L) 2016-03-05, Successful launch (the one with the difficult landing attempt) [65]
  BL) 2016-03-05, Hard landing at OCISLY (3 engine landing burn, run out of propellant, no boostback burn) [65][74]

Falcon 9 Flight 23 - CRS-8
payload mass: Dragon + 3,136 kilograms delivered to ISS, orbit: LEO, delivered orbit: 357 x 211 km x 51.66° [71],[73]       
core number: 1021 (flight #1)
  (McGregor) 2016-02-05, Successful static fire [72]
  (McGregor) 2016-02-08, GSE failure damaged most of the first stage’s engine nozzles [72]

  F) 2016-04-06, Successful static fire [70]
  L) 2016-04-08, Successful launch (the one with the webcam stalking at port Canaveral) [71]
  BR) 2016-04-08, Successful landing at OCISLY [71]

Falcon 9 Flight 24 - JCSAT-14
payload mass: 4,696.2 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous, delivered orbit: 189 x 35957 km x 23.70° [75] [78]
core number: 1022
  F) 2016-05-01, Successful static fire (no payload) [74]
  D) 2016-05-05, Weather delay [76]
  L) 2016-05-06, Successful launch (the one with the first GTO barge landing) [77]
  BR) 2016-05-06, Successful landing at OCISLY (3 engine landing burn) [77]
  F) 2016-07-28, Successful full duration static fire @ McGregor [91]
  F) 2016-07-29, Successful full duration static fire @ McGregor [91]
  F) 2016-07-30, Successful full duration static fire @ McGregor [91]
  F) 2016-10-05, Confirmation of 8th static fire @ McGregor [98]


Falcon 9 Flight 25 - Thaicom-8
payload mass: ~3,200 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous, delivered orbit: 349 x 90392 km x 21.21° [81]
core number: 1023
  F) 2016-05-24, Successful static fire (with payload) [79]
  C) 2016-05-26, Scrub due to an issue with an upper stage engine actuator [80]
  L) 2016-05-27, Successful launch (the one with the first stage landing cam) [80]
  BR) 2016-05-27, Successful landing at OCISLY (1-3-1 engine landing burn) [80]

Falcon 9 Flight 26 - Eutelsat 117W B & ABS 2A
payload mass: 4,200 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous
delivered orbit: 395 x 62591 km x 24.68°(Eutelsat), 398 x 62750 km x 24.68°(ABS) [83] [84]
  D) 2016-06-10, 2 day static fire delay probably due to range conflict with Delta IV Heavy at the pad [85]
  F) 2016-06-12, Successful static fire [85]
  L) 2016-06-15, Successful launch (the one with the Delta IV Heavy conflict) [82]
  BL) 2016-06-15, Hard landing at OCISLY (3 engine landing burn, low thrust on 1 engine) [82][86]

Falcon 9 Flight 27 - CRS-9
payload mass: Dragon + 2,257 kilograms to ISS including IDA-2, orbit: LEO [88]
delivered orbit: 391 x 393km  x 51.6637° [90]
  F) 2016-07-16, Successful static fire [87]
  L) 2016-07-18, Successful launch (the one with the second land landing)[89]
  BR) 2016-07-18, Successful landing at LZ1[89]

Falcon 9 Flight 28 - JCSAT-16
payload mass: 4,600 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [94]
delivered orbit:  184 x 35912 km x 20.85° [96]
  F) 2016-08-11, Successful static fire (no payload) [92] [93]
  L) 2016-08-14, Successful launch (the one with the first GTO 1 engine landing burn) [95]
  BR) 2016-08-14, Successful landing at OCISLY (1 engine landing burn) [95]

Falcon 9 Flight 29 - AMOS-6
payload mass: 5,500 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [97]
  S) 2016-09-01, Failure during prop loading for static fire, loss of payload (the one where the static fire went kaboom) [97]

Falcon 9 Flight 30 - Iridium NEXT-1 RTF Mission
payload mass: 9,600 kilograms (10x860kg + 1000kg dispenser)[99] orbit: 780 km x 780 km, 86.4° [104]
delivered orbit:618 x 627 km x 86.66° [103]
core number: 1029
  S) 2017-01-03, Scrub due to a minor GSE issue [101]
  F) 2017-01-05, Successful static fire (no payload) [100]
  L) 2017-01-14, Successful launch (the one with the live rocketcam S1 landing) [102]
  BR) 2017-01-14, Successful landing at JRTI (1 engine landing burn) [102]

Falcon 9 Flight 31 - CRS-10
payload mass: Dragon + 2,490 kilograms to ISS including SAGE-III, STP-H5, orbit: LEO [105]
delivered orbit: 363 x 209km  x 51.63° [106]
core number: 1031
  F) 2017-02-12, Successful static fire [105]
  C) 2017-02-18, Scrub at T-13sec due to an issue with an upper stage engine actuator [105]
  L) 2017-02-19, Successful launch (the one with the first 39A launch)[105]
  BR) 2017-02-19, Successful landing at LZ1[105]

Falcon 9 Flight 32 - Echostar 23
payload mass: 5,500 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [108]
delivered orbit:  179 x 35903 km x 22.43° [109]
core number: 1030
  S) 2017-03-07, Scrub due to an unspecified issue [107]
  F) 2017-03-09, Successful static fire [107]
  W) 2017-03-14, Scrub due to high winds [108]
  L) 2017-03-16, Successful launch (the one with the first non-NASA launch from 39A)[108]

Falcon 9 Flight 33 - SES-10
payload mass: 5,300 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [112]
delivered orbit: 247 x 35673 km x 26.18° [113]
core number: 1021 (flight #2)
  F) 2017-03-27, Successful static fire (5 second burn) [109]
  L) 2017-03-30, Successful launch (the one with the first reflight of a core stage)[110]
  BR) 2017-03-30, Successful landing at OCISLY[110]

Falcon 9 Flight 34 - NROL-76
payload mass: classified,  orbit: classified
delivered orbit: 398 x 401 km x 49.95° (classified, was found at this orbit by Leo Barhorst) [120]
core number: 1032
  F) 2017-04-25, Successful static fire [115]
  C) 2017-04-30, Scrub at T-52sec due to an "out of family" TOTO (Temperature Ox. Tank Outlet) sensor on the first stage [117]
  L) 2017-05-01, Successful launch (the one with the awesome recovery video) [114]
  BR) 2017-05-01, Successful landing at LZ1 [114]

Falcon 9 Flight 35 - Inmarsat 5 F4
payload mass: 6,070 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [118]
delivered orbit: 384 x 70181 km x 24.47° (GTO-1570)[119]
core number: 1034 - expendable - Pad 39A
  F) 2017-05-11, Successful static fire [117]
  L) 2017-05-15, Successful launch (the one where they moved from Falcon Heavy to Falcon 9)[118]

Falcon 9 Flight 36 - CRS-11
payload mass: Dragon + 2708 kilograms to ISS including NICER, ROSA, and MUSES,  orbit: LEO [121]
delivered orbit: 204 x 355 x 51.6° [137]
core number: 1035 - RTLS - Pad 39A
  F) 2017-05-28, Successful static fire [122]
  W) 2017-06-01, Scrub at T-25min:38sec due to lightning strike within 10 nmi [123][124]
  L) 2017-06-03, Successful launch (the one with the first reused Dragon capsule)[121]
  BR) 2017-06-03, Successful landing at LZ1[121]

Falcon 9 Flight 37 - Bulgariasat-1
payload mass: 3669kg, orbit: GTO [125]
delivered orbit: 210 x 65641 km x 23.91° [126]
core number: 1029.2 - Droneship landing - Pad 39A
  F) 2017-06-15, Successful static fire [125]
  D) 2017-06-19, Mission delay in order to replace a faulty valve in the fairing separation system [125]
  L) 2017-06-23, Successful launch (the one with the booster that landed on two oceans) [125]
  BR) 2017-06-23, Successful landing on OCISLY [125]

Falcon 9 Flight 38 - Iridium NEXT-2
payload mass: 9,600 kilograms (10 x 860kg + 1000kg dispenser) [99] orbit: 780 km x 780 km, 86.4° [104]
delivered orbit: 610 x 625 km x 86.67° [127]
core number: 1036 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  F) 2017-06-20, Successful static fire [128]
  L) 2017-06-25, Successful launch (the one where they launched 2 rockets in a weekend) [129]
  BR) 2017-06-25, Successful landing on JRTI [129]

Falcon 9 Flight 39 - Intelsat 35e
payload mass: 6,761kg, orbit: GTO [131]
delivered orbit: 296 x 42742 km x 25.85° [132]
core number: 1037 - expendable - Pad 39A
  F) 2017-06-29, Successful static fire [130]
  C) 2017-07-02, Scrub at T-09sec due an issue with the GNC criteria [131]
  C) 2017-07-03, Scrub at T-09sec due to an issue with the ground computers [131]
  D) 2017-07-04, Mission delay in order to review all rocket and pad systems [133]
  L) 2017-07-05, Successful launch (the one where they took 3 attempts over the July 4th weekend to launch a naked rocket) [131]

Falcon 9 Flight 40 - CRS-12
payload mass: Dragon +  2,910 kilograms to ISS including ISS-CREAM, orbit: LEO [134]
delivered orbit: 202 x 358 x 51.6° [136]
core number:  B1039 - RTLS - Pad 39A
  F) 2017-08-10, Successful static fire [135]
  L) 2017-08-14, Successful launch (the one with the one month gap due to range maintenance)[134]
  BR) 2017-08-14, Successful landing at LZ1[134]

Falcon 9 Flight 41 - Formosat-5
payload mass: 475 kilograms [138] orbit: SSO 720 km x  720 km, 98.28° [139] 
delivered orbit: 730 km x 717 km x 99.26° [140] 
core number: 1038 - Droneship landing - Pad SLC-4E
  F) 2017-08-19, Successful static fire [141]
  L) 2017-08-24, Successful launch (the one with the tiny satellite that was originally manifested on Falcon 1e) [138]
  BR) 2017-08-24, Successful landing on JRtI [138]

Falcon 9 Flight 42 - OTV-5 (X-37B Spaceplane)
payload mass:  classified orbit: classified
delivered orbit: classified   
core number:  B1040 - RTLS - Pad 39A [142]
  F) 2017-08-31, Successful static fire [142]
  L) 2017-09-07, Successful launch (the one launched in the teeth of hurricane Irma) [143]
  BR) 2017-09-07, Successful landing at LZ1 [143]


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[85] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/06/spacex-readies-falcon-9-reuse-testing
[86] https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/743097337782763521
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[89] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/07/spacex-falcon-9-crs-9-dragon-launch
[90] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40577.msg1561436#msg1561436
[91] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/07/spacex-returned-falcon-9-booster-mcgregor
[92] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVq-vd1QMTM&feature=youtu.be
[93] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/08/spacex-static-fire-test-jcsat-16s-falcon-9
[94] https://www.satbeams.com/satellites?id=2652
[95] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/08/spacex-second-jcsat-launch-via-falcon-9
[96] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=40769.msg1569455#msg1569455
[97] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/09/falcon-9-explodes-amos-6-static-fire
[98] http://spacenews.com/spacexs-shotwell-on-falcon-9-inquiry-discounts-for-reused-rockets-and-silicon-valleys-test-and-fail-ethos
[99] http://spacenews.com/iridiums-spacex-launch-slowed-by-vandenberg-bottleneck/
[100] https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/817123579343028227
[101] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=41751.msg1625643#msg1625643
[102] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/01/spacex-return-to-flight-iridium-next-launch/
[103] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=41751.msg1630306#msg1630306
[104] http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/iridium-next.htm
[105] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/02/spacex-historic-debut-launch-39a-crs-10-dragon/
[106] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=42182.msg1644626#msg1644626
[107] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/03/spacex-falcon-9-echostar-23-slc-40-return
[108] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/03/falcon-9-expendable-echostar-23/
[109] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=41932.msg1655058#msg1655058
[110] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/03/ses-10-static-fire-spacex-first-core-re-flight/
[111] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/03/spacex-historic-falcon-9-re-flight-ses-10/
[112] https://airbusdefenceandspace.com/newsroom/news-and-features/airbus-defence-and-space-signs-a-new-satellite-contract-with-ses/
[113] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=42544.msg1662116#msg1662116
[114] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/04/spacex-static-fire-tests-spy-sat-rocket-falcon-heavy-core/
[115] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/05/spacex-launch-cadence-new-goals/
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[119] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=42846.msg1679199#msg1679199
[120] http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=42639.msg1682404#msg1682404
[121] https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2017/06/spacex-falcon-9-crs-11-dragon-iss-100th-39a/
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Log updated for CRS-9.

Has anybody seen any news articles about the two landed boosters that went to Hawthorne and McGregor?
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Not sure what you're looking for, but there is this regarding the Orbcomm 2 booster: http://www.floridatoday.com/story/tech/science/space/2016/07/09/historic-spacex-booster-approved-display-california/86709956/

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« Reply #10 on: 07/18/2016 09:18 PM »
Thank you for that, its a good start, but I am looking for a news article with the date of arrival of the booster to Hawthorne. I only have some saved images from facebook posts that point to a ~2016-06-19 arrival, but i would like to have a better quality source if possible.

Actually the best one I can find is this one https://www.facebook.com/groups/spacexgroup/permalink/10154325854221318/
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Flights 20 & 21 are out of order ;)
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« Reply #12 on: 08/05/2016 08:42 AM »
Flights 20 & 21 are out of order ;)
Great effort mate!
Thanks for your kind words!
the flights are out of order because I have grouped launches by rocket type, so I had to put flight 21 before flight 20 in order to keep it in the F9 v1.1 group.

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« Reply #13 on: 08/05/2016 11:00 AM »
Flights 20 & 21 are out of order ;)
Great effort mate!
Thanks for your kind words!
the flights are out of order because I have grouped launches by rocket type, so I had to put flight 21 before flight 20 in order to keep it in the F9 v1.1 group.
Aha right, that makes sense.  Sorry I had actually noticed that and realised the rationale behind it before, I just did a double-take this time around because I keep expecting to see the successful landing immediately after the launch failure.  I remember it that way because watching flight 20 live was easily one of the most dramatic successes in space that I've been able to watch live, and the achievement was made all the more dramatic by their doing it on the return to flight.

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Flight 24 booster is missing its 3 so far static fires at McGregor.

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Flight 24 booster is missing its 3 so far static fires at McGregor.
Thanks, I just added them.

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« Reply #16 on: 08/14/2016 06:13 AM »
First post updated for JCSAT-16

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payload mass: 4,600 kilograms, orbit: geosynchronous [94]
  F) 2016-08-11, Successful static fire (no payload) [92] [93]
  L) 2016-08-14, Successful launch (the one with the first GTO 1 engine landing burn) [95]
  BR) 2016-08-14, Successful landing at OCISLY (1 engine landing burn) [95]

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« Reply #17 on: 08/16/2016 05:53 AM »
Is there a reason that when the landing fails the barge is called ASDS and when it succeeds it is called by it's name OCISLY?

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« Reply #18 on: 08/16/2016 08:02 AM »
Is there a reason that when the landing fails the barge is called ASDS and when it succeeds it is called by it's name OCISLY?

Different authors ;) (the use of "ASDS" was from my original contribution to the thread)

A question of timing though: does anyone remember when the original Just Read The Instructions (JRTI) was swapped out for Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY) at Port Canaveral? Confusingly, the new west-coast barge is now called JRTI - I leave it to Cartman to decide if he feels pedantic enough to call it JRTI2  ;)

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« Reply #19 on: 08/16/2016 08:21 AM »
Ah, so JRTI1 was retired following the launch failure.

To clarify:
Flight 14 was JRTI1
Flight 17 was JRTI1
Flight 21 (Vandenberg), was JRTI2
https://www.nasaspaceflight.com/2016/01/spacex-launch-jason-3/

and Flight 26 was OCISLY
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