Author Topic: We made a website to showcase all past, present and future rocket launches  (Read 1126 times)

Hey!
We’ve been building Rocketlaunch.org for the last few months so are really excited to share it.
https://rocketlaunch.org

You can:
- Explore all past, present and planned rocket launches (with advanced search filters)
- Learn more about hundreds of launch providers, vehicles, and sites (loads of stats and info)
- Dig into trends and statistics spanning the history of space exploration (timelines and charts etc)

Let me know what you think and if you’ve got any suggestions for improving it!

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Hey!
We’ve been building Rocketlaunch.org for the last few months so are really excited to share it.
https://rocketlaunch.org

You can:
- Explore all past, present and planned rocket launches (with advanced search filters)
- Learn more about hundreds of launch providers, vehicles, and sites (loads of stats and info)
- Dig into trends and statistics spanning the history of space exploration (timelines and charts etc)

Let me know what you think and if you’ve got any suggestions for improving it!



Welcome to the Forum Siglave, Great post.

Looks great.  Like the advanced search features.  I especially like the video of the launch listed by the organization that recorded it.  That's a big plus.

Are you planning worldwide coverage of launches?

Could you consider a way to allow individuals to submit still shots and other videos posted from X or YouTube?  Perhaps by submission via an email or a means to post directly to a folder that your team can review for posting on your website.  The photos/videos (they would all be links only) could just be added to "Available replays" by adding another Tab called "Other sources"  Individual photo shots, standalone or on "X" and other personal video clips provide additional sources for use in future callbacks and research.

Looking forward to using this site.

Best
Tony
« Last Edit: 02/12/2024 01:33 pm by catdlr »
It's Tony De La Rosa, ...and no, I'm not a Feline Dealer!!

Thanks Tony!

Yes, we are covering launches worldwide.

That's a great suggestion and that's something we would love to add in the future. We're only a team of 2 so for now it will be difficult to review every photo/video.
But we definitely want to find some way to involve the community

Best,
Pierre

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Cool! Just noticed that the launch site in South Korea isn't on the map.

Thanks!

Yes, we have the launch site from South Korea in our database, we chose to only show the main ones on the map for readability.

But we still track launches from South Korea!
You can see all past launches here https://rocketlaunch.org/past-rocket-launches

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Siglave,

BTW and FYI, you may already be aware, but your direct competition will be this site:  https://nextspaceflight.com/

You provide more content.

Tony
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Offline Tywin

Please add Vostochny space center, and the Chinesse too...
The knowledge is power...Everything is connected...
The Turtle continues at a steady pace ...

Offline Tywin

Super GREAT work!!!
The knowledge is power...Everything is connected...
The Turtle continues at a steady pace ...


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