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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4940 on: 08/18/2022 06:45 pm »
Adjustment to Starlink 4-27 launch time: ⏲️
Quote from: TS Kelso tweet
[email protected] has adjusted the launch/deployment times for the #Starlink Group 4-27 launch to 2022-08-19 at 19:21:20 UTC and 19:36:39.720 UTC (~3 minutes earlier). CelesTrak's pre-launch SupGP data has been updated accordingly: celestrak.org/NORAD/elements….[Aug 18]

Starlink 4-27 backup launch date and time:
https://www.spacex.com/launches/sl4-27/
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SpaceX is targeting Friday, August 19 for a Falcon 9 launch of 53 Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The instantaneous launch window is at 3:21 p.m. ET (19:21 UTC), and a backup opportunity is available on Saturday, August 20 at 2:59 p.m. ET (18:59 UTC).



Firefly Alpha 2nd flight NET September 11 is now September 11:
Quote from: Firefly Aerospace tweet
🚀Launch Update: After completing wet dress last week, we conducted a successful static fire today. Our launch is now scheduled for September 11th. Alpha Flight 2 is ready and headed #ToTheBlack. Stay tuned for more updates. [Aug 18 UTC]

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4941 on: 08/18/2022 10:01 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/nasa-selects-proposals-to-study-stellar-explosions-galaxies-stars
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Aug 18, 2022
RELEASE 22-088
NASA Selects Proposals to Study Stellar Explosions, Galaxies, Stars

NASA has selected four mission proposals submitted to the agency’s Explorers Program for further study. The proposals include missions that would study exploding stars, distant clusters of galaxies, and nearby galaxies and stars.

Two Astrophysics Medium Explorer missions and two Explorer Missions of Opportunity have been selected to conduct mission concept studies. After detailed evaluation of those studies, NASA plans to select one Mission of Opportunity and one Medium Explorer in 2024 to proceed with implementation. The selected missions will be targeted for launch in 2027 and 2028, respectively.

“NASA’s Explorers Program has a proud tradition of supporting innovative approaches to exceptional science, and these selections hold that same promise,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “From studying the evolution of galaxies to explosive, high-energy events, these proposals are inspiring in their scope and creativity to explore the unknown in our universe.”

NASA Explorer missions conduct focused scientific investigations and develop instruments that fill scientific gaps between the agency’s larger space science missions. The proposals were competitively selected based on potential science value and feasibility of development plans.

The two Medium Explorer teams selected at this stage will each receive $3 million to conduct a nine-month mission concept study. Astrophysics Medium Explorer mission costs are capped at $300 million each, excluding the launch vehicle. The selected proposals are:

UltraViolet EXplorer (UVEX)

    UVEX would conduct a deep survey of the whole sky in two bands of ultraviolet light, to provide new insights into galaxy evolution and the lifecycle of stars. The spacecraft would have the ability to repoint rapidly to capture ultraviolet light from the explosion that follows a burst of gravitational waves caused by merging neutron stars. UVEX would carry an ultraviolet spectrograph for detailed study of massive stars and stellar explosions.
    Principal investigator: Fiona Harrison at Caltech in Pasadena, California

Survey and Time-domain Astrophysical Research Explorer (STAR-X)

    The STAR-X spacecraft would be able to turn rapidly to point a sensitive wide-field X-ray telescope and an ultraviolet telescope at transient cosmic sources, such as supernova explosions and active galaxies. Deep X-ray surveys would map hot gas trapped in distant clusters of galaxies; combined with infrared observations from NASA’s upcoming Roman Space Telescope, these observations would trace how massive clusters of galaxies built up over cosmic history.
    Principal investigator: William Zhang at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland

The two Mission of Opportunity teams selected at this stage will each receive $750,000 to conduct a nine-month implementation concept study. NASA Mission of Opportunity costs are capped at $80 million each. The selected proposals are:

Moon Burst Energetics All-sky Monitor (MoonBEAM)

    In its orbit between Earth and the Moon, MoonBEAM would see almost the whole sky at any time, watching for bursts of gamma rays from distant cosmic explosions and rapidly alerting other telescopes to study the source. MoonBEAM would see gamma rays earlier or later than telescopes on Earth or in low orbit, and astronomers could use that time difference to pinpoint the gamma-ray source in the sky.
    Principal investigator: Chiumun Michelle Hui at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama

A LargE Area burst Polarimeter (LEAP)

    Mounted on the International Space Station, LEAP would study gamma-ray bursts from the energetic jets launched during the formation of a black hole after the explosive death of a massive star, or in the merger of compact objects. The high-energy gamma-ray radiation can be polarized, or vibrate in a particular direction, which can distinguish between competing theories for the nature of the jets.
    Principal investigator: Mark McConnell at the University of New Hampshire in Durham

The Explorers Program is the oldest continuous NASA program. The program is designed to provide frequent, low-cost access to space using principal investigator-led space science investigations relevant to the Science Mission Directorate’s astrophysics and heliophysics programs.

Since the launch of Explorer 1 in 1958, which discovered the Earth’s radiation belts, the Explorers Program has launched more than 90 missions, including the Uhuru and Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) missions that led to Nobel prizes for their investigators.

The program is managed by NASA Goddard for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington, which conducts a wide variety of research and scientific exploration programs for Earth studies, space weather, the solar system, and the universe.

For more information about the Explorers Program, visit:

https://explorers.gsfc.nasa.gov

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4942 on: 08/19/2022 01:27 pm »
https://twitter.com/JasonRainbow/status/1560352351336251392
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Sky Perfect JSAT has picked SpaceX’s Starship rocket to launch its Superbird-9 satellite in 2024 - SpaceNews

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4943 on: 08/19/2022 01:58 pm »
Launched: lor
№ – Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2022
01 - January 6 - Starlink group 4-5 (x49) flight 34 [v1.5 L05] - Falcon 9-135 (B1062.4 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 21:49:10
02 - January 13 - Transporter-3: Alba Cluster 3 & 4 [Delfi-PQ, EASAT-2, GRIZU-263a, Hades, MDQube-SAT1, PION-BR1, SATTLA-2A, SATTLA-2B, Unicorn 1, Unicorn 2A, Unicorn 2D, Unicorn-2E, Unicorn-2TA1], BRO-5, DEWA-Sat 1, ETV-A1, Two FOSSA PocketPOD deployer [Challenger, FOSSASat-2E1 (WISeSAT-1), FOSSASat-2E2 (WISeSAT-2), FOSSASat-2E3 (Pilot-1), FOSSASat-2E4 (LAIKA), FOSSASat-2E5, FOSSASat-2E6, SanoSat-1], Gossamer Piccolomini, HYPSO-1, ICEYE X-14, ICEYE X-16, ION-SCV 004 Elysian Eleonora [Dodona (La Jument 3U), LabSat, STORK-1, STORK-2,  SW1FT, VZLUSAT-2, hosted Hyperspectral payload], IRIS-A, Kepler-16, Kepler-17, Kepler-18, Kepler-19, LEMUR-2 Ramonamae, LEMUR-2 King-Julien, LEMUR-2 Rohovithsa, LEMUR-2 Djirang, LEMUR-2 Miriwari, MDASat-1a, MDASat-1b, MDASat-1c, NuX-1, OroraSat, Sherpa FX3 SXRS-6 [Capella 7 (Capella Whitney 5), Capella 8 (Capella Whitney 6), UMBRA-02], Sich 2-30, SuperDove (x44), Tevel-1, Tevel-2, Tevel-3, Tevel-4, Tevel-5, Tevel-6, Tevel-7, Tevel-8 [USA 320], [USA 321], [USA 322], [USA 323] - Falcon 9-136 (B1058.10 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 15:25:39.098
03 - January 13 - “Above The Clouds” STP-27VPB: ADLER-1 (LEMUR-2-KRYWE), GEARRS 3 (GEARRSAT 3),  SteamSat-2, STORK-3, TechEdSat 13 (TES 13), ELaNa 29: PAN A, PAN B - LauncherOne - Runway 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" - 22:51:39
04 - January 19 - Starlink group 4-6 (x49) flight 35 [v1.5 L06] - Falcon 9-137 (B1060.10 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 02:02:40
05 - January 21 - USSF-8: GSSAP 5 (Hornet 5) [USA 324], GSSAP 6 (Hornet 6) [USA 325] - Atlas V 511 (AV-084) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 19:00:00
06 - January 31 - CSG-2 (COSMO-SkyMed Second Generation) - Falcon 9-138 (B1052.3 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 23:11:14
07 - February 2 - NROL-87 [USA 326] - Falcon 9-140 (B1071.1 LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 20:27:26
08 - February 3 - Starlink group 4-7 (x49) flight 36 [v1.5 L07] - Falcon 9-139 (B1061.6 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 18:13:20
09 - February 10 - VCLS (VADR) Demo 2A/ELaNa 41: BAMA-1, INCA, QubeSat, R5-S1 - Rocket 3.3 (Astra) [LV0008] - Canaveral SLC-46 - 20:00 - Launch failure - second stage anomaly
10 - February 19 - Cygnus NG-17 (CRS-17), NACHOS - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A - 17:40:07.300
11 - February 21 - Starlink group 4-8 (x46) flight 37 [v1.5 L08] - Falcon 9-141 (B1058.11 ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 14:44:20
12 - February 25 - Starlink group 4-11 (x50) flight 38 [v1.5 L09] - Falcon 9-142 (B1063.4 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 17:12:10
13 - March 1 - GOES-18 (GOES-T) - Atlas V 541 (AV-095) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 21:38:00.116
14 - March 3 - Starlink group 4-9 (x47) flight 39 [v1.5 L10] - Falcon 9-143 (B1060.11 JRTI) - Kennedy LC-39A - 14:25:00
15 - March 9 - Starlink group 4-10 (x48) flight 40 [v1.5 L11] - Falcon 9-144 (B1052.4 ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 13:45:10
16 - March 15 - Spaceflight Astra-1: OreSat 0 (Oregon Satellite 0), SpaceBEE (x16 №112-127), SpaceBEE-NZ (x4), S4 CROSSOVER hosted payload - Rocket 3.3 (Astra) [LV0009] - Kodiak LP-3B - 16:22
17 - March 19 - Starlink group 4-12 (x53) flight 41 [v1.5 L12] - Falcon 9-145 (B1051.12 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 04:42:30
18 - April 1 - Transporter-4: AlfaCrux, ARCSAT, BDSat, BRO-7, EnMAP, GNOMES-3, Hawk-4A, Hawk-4B, Hawk-4C (Hawkeye 360 Cluster 4), ION-SCV-005 [KSF 2A (PPM 1A), KSF 2B (PPM 1B), KSF 2C (PPM 1C), KSF 2D (PPM 1D), PlantSat, SUCHAI 2, SUCHAI 3, hosted payload: Upmosphere], Lynk-05 (Lynk Tower 1), MP42, NuSat 23 (Annie Maunder), NuSat 24 (Kalpana Chawia), NuSat 25 (Mária Telkes), NuSat 26 (Mary Somerville), NuSat 27 (Sally Ride) [4x Mark IV Upgraded and 1x Mark V], Omnispace Spark-1, Shakuntala (Pixxel-2), SpaceBEE 127-138 (x12), undisclosed EO mission (NanoAvionics) - Falcon 9-146 (B1061.7 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 16:24:16.974
19 - April 8 - AX-1: Crew Dragon Endeavour [C206 Flight #3] - Falcon 9-147 (B1062.5 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 15:17:12
20 - April 17 - NROL-85: Intruder 13A (NOSS-3 9A) [USA 327], Intruder 13B (NOSS-3 9B) [USA 327-2] - Falcon 9-148 (B1071.2 LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 13:13:12
21 - April 21 - Starlink group 4-14 (x53) flight 42 [v1.5 L13] - Falcon 9-149 (B1060.12 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 17:51:40
22 - April 27 - USCV-4: Crew Dragon Freedom [C212.1] (Crew-4) - Falcon 9-150 (B1067.4 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 07:52:55
23 - April 29  - Starlink group 4-16 (x53) flight 43 [v1.5 L14] - Falcon 9-151 (B1062.6 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 21:27:10
24 - May 6  - Starlink group 4-17 (x53) flight 44 [v1.5 L15] - Falcon 9-152 (B1058.12 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 09:42:00
25 - May 13 - Starlink group 4-13 (x53) flight 45 [v1.5 L16] - Falcon 9-153 (B1063.5 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 22:07:50
26 - May 14  - Starlink group 4-15 (x53) flight 46 [v1.5 L17] - Falcon 9-154 (B1073.1 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 20:40:50
27 - May 18  - Starlink group 4-18 (x53) flight 47 [v1.5 L18] - Falcon 9-155 (B1052.5 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 10:59:40
28 - May 19 - CST-100 Starliner (unmanned test) (Boe-OFT 2) - Atlas V N22 (AV-082) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 22:54:47
29 - May 25 - Transporter-5:  AMS, BroncoSat 1, CENTAURI-5, CICERO-2 VEH 1, CICERO-2 VEH 2, CNCE V4, CNCE V5, CONNECTA T1.1, CPOD A (Tyvak 0032) [ELaNa 47, ProXopS], CPOD B (Tyvak 0033) [ELaNa 47, ProXopS], FORESAIL-1, GHGSat-C3 (Luca), GHGSat-C4 (Penny), GHGSat-C5 (Diako), Hawk 5A, Hawk 5B, Hawk 5C, ICEYE X17, ICEYE X18, ICEYE X19, ICEYE X20, ICEYE X21, ION SVC-006 THRILLING THO (Guardian 1, SBUDNIC, hosted payloads: Gen-01, Cryptosat prototype), LEMUR 2 HANCOM-1 (Sejong 1), LEMUR 2 KAREN B, LEMUR 2 MIMI1307, LEMUR 2 TENNYSONLILY, LEMUR 2 VANDENDRIES, ÑuSat 28, ÑuSat 29, ÑuSat 30, ÑuSat 31, Planetum-1, PTD 3 [ELaNa 47], Shared Sat 3, Sherpa-AC1 [hosted payloads: XONA Alpha, TROOP‐3], Spark-2, SPIN-1, VariSat-1C, Vigoride VR-3 [Two FOSSA PocketPOD deployer (FOSSASat-2E7, FOSSASat-2E8, FOSSASat-2E9, FOSSASat-2E10, FOSSASat-2E11, FOSSASat-2E12, FOSSASat-2E13, Veery FS-1), SELFIESAT], Umbra 03, Urdaneta-Armsat1, hosted payload: Mars Outpost Tech Demo-1 - Falcon 9-156 (B1061.8 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 18:35:00
30 - June 8 - Nilesat-301 - Falcon 9-157 (B1062.7 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 21:04
31 - June 12 - TROPICS 1, TROPICS 2 - Rocket 3.3 (Astra) [LV0010] - Canaveral SLC-46 - 17:43 - Launch failure - second stage anomaly
32 - June 17 - Starlink group 4-19 (x53) flight 48 [v1.5 L19] - Falcon 9-158 (B1060.13 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 16:09:20
33 - June 18 - SARah-1 - Falcon 9-159 (B1071.3 LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 14:19:52
34 - June 19 - Globalstar FM15 (Globalstar-2 M087), [USA 328], [USA 329], [USA 330], [USA 331] - Falcon 9-160 (B1061.9 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 04:27:36
35 - June 29 - SES-22 - Falcon 9-161 (B1073.2 ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 21:04
36 - July 1 - USSF-12: WFOV GEO Testbed (Wide Field of View Testbed missile-warning satellite) [USA 332], USSF-12 Ring (NG ESPA Star bus) [USA 333], [USA 337] - Atlas V 541 (AV-094) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 23:15:00.196
37 - July 2 - STP-S28A:  Gunsmoke-L1 (Lonestar 1),  Gunsmoke-L2 (Lonestar 2), RECURVE, SLINGSHOT 1, NACHOS 2, MISR B, ELaNa 39: CTIM-FD (Compact Total Irradiance Monitor Flight Demonstration), GPX 2 - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" - 06:53:00
38 - July 7  - Starlink group 4-21 (x53) flight 49 [v1.5 L20] - Falcon 9-162 (B1058.13 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 13:11:10
39 - July 11 - Starlink group 3-1 (x46) flight 50 [v1.5 L21] - Falcon 9-163 (B1063.6 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 01:39:40
40 - July 15  - Dragon v2 SpX-25 (CRS-25) [C208 Flight #3], EMIT - Falcon 9-164 (B1067.5 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 00:44:22
41 - July 17  - Starlink group 4-22 (x53) flight 51 [v1.5 L22] - Falcon 9-165 (B1051.13 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 14:20:00
42 - July 22 - Starlink group 3-2 (x46) flight 52 [v1.5 L23] - Falcon 9-166 (B1071.4 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 17:39:40
43 - July 24 - Starlink group 4-25 (x53) flight 53 [v1.5 L24] - Falcon 9-167 (B1062.8 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 13:38:20
44 - August 4 - SBIRS-GEO 6 [USA 336] - Atlas V 421 (AV-097) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 10:29:00.202
45 - August 4 - Danuri (KPLO - Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter) - Falcon 9-168 (B1052.6 JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 23:08:48
46 - August 10 - Starlink group 4-26 (x52) flight 54 [v1.5 L25] - Falcon 9-169 (B1073.3 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A - 02:14:40
47 - August 12 - Starlink group 3-3 (x46) flight 55 [v1.5 L26] - Falcon 9-170 (B1061.10 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 21:40:20
48 - August 19 - Starlink group 4-27 (x53) flight 56 [v1.5 L27] - Falcon 9-171 (B1062.9 ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 19:21:20

' - unsuccessful landing

From Foreign Launch Site:
01 - February 28 - 24th mission "The Owl’s Night Continues" : StriX-β - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1B (NZ) - 20:37
02 - April 2 - 25th mission "Without Mission A Beat" : BlackSky-16 (BlackSky Global-18 Gen-2), BlackSky-17 (BlackSky Global-19 Gen-2) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1A (NZ) - 12:41:38
03 - May 2 - 26th mission “There and Back Again” : AuroraSat-1, BRO-6, Copia, E-space 1, E-space 2, E-space 3, MyRadar-1, SpaceBEE (x16, №140-155), SpaceBEENZ (x8, №15-22), TRSI-2, TRSI-3, Unicorn-2 - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1A (NZ) - 22:49:52
04 - June 28 - 27th mission: CAPSTONE - Electron/Photon Lunar - Mahia LC-1B (NZ) - 09:55:52
05 - July 13 - 28th mission “Wise One Looks Ahead” NROL-162 (RASR-3) [USA 334] - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1A (NZ) - 06:30
06 - August 4 - 29th mission “Antipodean Adventure” NROL-199 (RASR-4) [USA 335] - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1B (NZ) - 05:00

Scheduled:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2022
August 28 - Starlink group 4-23 (x54) flight 57 [v1.5 L28] - Falcon 9-172 (B1069.2 ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40  Kennedy LC-39A - 02:22 (or ~03:45 or 05:00)
NET August 29 - Artemis I (Uncrewed test flight of Orion), ArgoMoon, BioSentinel, CuSP (CubeSat to Study Solar Particles, CuSPP+), EQUULEUS, LunaH-Map, Lunar IceCube, LunIR (Skyfire), NEA Scout (Near-Earth Asteroid Scout), OMOTENASHI, Team Miles - SLS Block 1/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B - 12:33-14:33 (or September 2 and September 5    6 )
NET Late August    27   31  - Starlink group 3-4 (x46) flight 58 [v1.5 L29] - Falcon 9-173 (B1063.7 OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 05:30
NET August - TacRS-3: Victus Nox - Pegasus XL (TBD) - Vandenberg AFB, L-1011 "Stargazer" (TBD)
NET September    4   5 - Starlink group 4-20 (xTBD) flight 59 [v1.5 L30], Sherpa-LTC2 OTV [Varuna-TDM hosted payload] - Falcon 9-174 (B1067.6 ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 00:32
NET September 6-14 - VariSat-1A (OmniTeq 1), VariSat-1B (OmniTeq 2) - RS1 (ABL space system) [DEMO-1] - Kodiak LP-3C - 22:00-01:30
NET Early to Mid-September - Starlink group 4-2 (xTBD) flight 60 [v1.5 L31], BW 3 (BlueWalker 3) - Falcon 9-175 (ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A
September 11 - "To The Black": ALS mission 1, Carbonite 4 (CBNT 4), GENESIS-G, GENESIS-J, QUBIK-3, QUBIK-4, QUBIK-5, QUBIK-6, Sapling-1 - Firefly Alpha (FLTA002) - Vandenberg SLC-2W - 22:00
NET September    8   20 - Starlink group 4-34 (x53) flight 61 [v1.5 L32] - Falcon 9-176 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40
NET September 24 - NROL-91: KH-11 19 (Crystal 19) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-387] - Vandenberg SLC-6
Late September    7   - October 7 - SES-20, SES-21 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET September 29 - Transport Layer Tranche-0 A-Class (x7), Transport Layer Tr.-0 B-Cl - Falcon 9 (B1071.5 LZ-4) - Vandenberg  SLC-4E
September - STP-S28B cubesat (x3), ELaNa 46: TBD - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET September - Starlink group 4-35 (x53) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET September - Starlink group 4-36 (x53) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A

NET September - #GLHF (#GoodLuckHaveFun) - Terran-1 (first flight) - Canaveral SLC-16
NET    August   September - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (B7/S24) [inaugural orbital flight] - Starbase, Pad A (or Q3)
Q4 - Galaxy-31 (Galaxy-23R), Galaxy-32 (Galaxy-17R) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - GPS III SV06 (Navstar 79, Amelia Earhart) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
Q4 - USSF-51 - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
Q4 - OneWeb (x48) - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q4 - KuiperSat-1 - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
NET Q4 - KuiperSat-2 - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
NET Q4 - VCLS (VADR) Demo-2R/ELaNa 42: cubesat (x3) - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
  Early   October 3 - USCV-5: Crew Dragon Endurance [C210.2] (Crew-5) - Falcon 9 (B1077.1 ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A - 16:45
October 8 - Galaxy 33 (Galaxy 15R), Galaxy 34 (Galaxy 12R) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
October 15 - Cygnus NG-18 (CRS-18) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
October - O3b mPower 1, O3b mPower 2 - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40
NET October - ViaSat-3 Americas, Arcturus (Aurora 4A) - Falcon Heavy-05 (B1052.9 ASDS, B1068.1, B1053.3 ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A
NET October - WorldView Legion 1, WorldView Legion 2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 
NET    September   October - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (B8/S25) - Starbase Pad A
November 1 - JPSS-2, LOFTID (Low Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator) - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
November 7 - Transporter-6: Alba Cluster 7, BlackJack sats (x2), KSF3a, KSF3b, KSF3c, KSF3d, Launcher Orbiter, MethaneSAT, Mandrake 1, ÑuSat (xTBD), Reliant Standard, Tomorrow-R1, Tomorrow-R2, Skyсraft deployer [Skycraft Block II smallsat (x??)], GHOSt (x2-4), UMBRA-05, UMBRA-06, Vigoride, Wildcard - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A ~15:00
November - Dragon v2 SpX-26 (CRS-26), iROSA 1A, iROSA 3B - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
November - USSF-67, LDPE-3 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
November - Eutelsat Hotbird 13F - Falcon 9 (B1049.?) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET November - O3b mPower 3, O3b mPower 4 - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET November - SES-18, SES-19 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET November - AX-2: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A (or NLT Spring 2023)
NET    October   November - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (B9/S26) - Starbase Pad A
NET November - ALS mission 2/VCLS (VADR) Demo-2FB/ELaNa 43: CatSat, KUbe-Sat-1, MESAT1, OwlSat, R5-S4, REAL, SOC-i, Starling 1, Starling 2, Starling 3, Starling 4 - Firefly Alpha (FLTA003) - Vandenberg SLC-2W
November 15  December 5 - SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) [Earth Systematic Mission] - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
December - POLARIS DAWN: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
December - O3b mPower 5, O3b mPower 6 - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET December - WorldView Legion 3, WorldView Legion 4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET December - Starlink group 4-24 (x52) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET December - STP-S28 mission flight 3 (x15) - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET December - TBD, Hawk 6A, Hawk 6B, Hawk 6C - Electron/Kick Stage - MARS LA-0A (LC-2)
NET    November   December - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (B10/S27) - Starbase Pad A
NET December - OTB 2 (Orbital Test Bed-2) - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
Late - Amazonas Nexus - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Late - SARah-2, SARah-3 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E

Rideshare:
NET Fall - HyTI (Hyperspectral Thermal Imager) - TBD - TBD
Q4 - ELaNa: GOLF-1 - TBD - TBD
NET Q4 - STPSat-7 - TBD - TBD
October - HAKUTO-R Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 1) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET December - Athena - TBD - TBD
Late - PREFIRE A, PREFIRE B (Polar Radiant Energy in the Far Infrared Experiment) - TBD - TBD
TBD - BurstCube - TBD - TBD
TBD - SNoOPI (SigNals of Opportunity P-Band Investigation) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Grissom-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Fasat-Delta - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - HERON MK II - TBD - TBD
TBD - La Jument (1.5U) - TBD - TBD
TBD - La Jument (6U) - TBD - TBD
TBD - La Jument (6U) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Omnispace-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - BlackSky Gen-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Cadet, SHFT-2, RSat, NPSAT1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - GTOSat - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - SeaHawk-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - CougSat-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Gunsmoke-G - TBD - TBD
TBD - Aurora, MINAS, NUTSAT, STEAMSAT, Bhaarathiya-Sat - Falcon 9 - TBD
TBD - Ignis, ScopeSat - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl
TBD - CIRBE (CubeSat Inner Radiation Belt Experiment) - TBD - TBD
TBD - GOLF-TEE - TBD - TBD
TBD - Alba Cluster 5 [Kilimanjaro-1, PyCubed-1, TartanArtibeus-1] - TBD - TBD
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 174 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 177 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 178 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 179 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 181 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - Iridium-NEXT 182 - TBD - Vandenberg / Canaveral
TBD - XVI - TBD - TBD

From Foreign Launch Site:
Mid-September - 30th mission "The Owl Spreads Its Wings" : StriX-1 - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1B (NZ)
September - AMBER 1 (IOD-AMBER, IOD 3), Prometheus 2A, Prometheus 2B, CIRCE 1, CIRCE 2, Kernow Sat 1, ForgeStar-0, first Omani Sat - LauncherOne - Newquay, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (UK)
NET Q4  October 10 - 31st mission: GAzelle (OTB 3/Argos-4) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1A (NZ) - 05:30
TBD - BlackSky Global Gen-2 (х2) (TBD) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
TBD - BlackSky Global Gen-2 (х2) (TBD) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
TBD - ARTEMIS 1 - LauncherOne - Newquay, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (UK)

2023
January 10 - Dragon v2 SpX-27 (CRS-27) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
January 15 - Transporter-7: Alba Cluster 8 (Istanbul), IMECE, Satellogic sats, Varda Space - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or February)
January - Intelsat 40e with TEMPO - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
January - Jupiter-3 (EchoStar 24) - Falcon Heavy (??, ??, ??) - Kennedy LC-39A
January - Nova-C IM-1 [CLPS 2, Spacebit rover, DOGE-1, Lunar Flashlight - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
January - Starlink group ?? (x100+) flight ?? [v2.0 L??] - Super Heavy/Starship - Starbase Pad A / Kennedy LC-39A
January - SAOCOM-2A - NLSP II - TBD
NET January - NROL-68: Orion 11 (RIO 11, Mission 8307, Mentor 9) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-388] - Canaveral SLC-37B
NET    December 2022   January - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (B11/S28) - Starbase Pad A
NET January - EOS SAR 1- Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
Early - Inmarsat GX10A (ASBM-1, EPS-R payload), Inmarsat GX10B (ASBM-2, EPS-R payload) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
December 8, 2022  NET Early February - CST-100 Starliner (crewed test) (Boe-CFT) - Atlas V N22 (AV-085) - Canaveral SLC-41
February  - Cygnus NG-19 (CRS-19) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
March - USCV-6: Crew Dragon (Crew-6) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
March 31 - ViaSat-3 EMEA - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
March - WorldView Legion 5, WorldView Legion 6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET March - Transport Layer Tranche-0 A-Class (x7), Transport Layer Tr.-0 B-Cl (x5), Tracking Layer Tr.-0 WFOV (x8) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg  SLC-4E (or Spring)
Q1 - Inmarsat GX6B (Inmarsat-6 F2) - Falcon 9 / Falcon Heavy - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q1 - USSF-36 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q1 - Turksat 6A - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q1 - NROL-107: SILENTBARKER - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET Q1 - O3b mPower 7, O3b mPower 8 - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H1 - Peregrine 1 (Astrobotic’s Lunar Lander) [CLPS 1], Asagumo, Celestis (CPAC) - Vulcan-VC2S (VC001) - Canaveral SLC-41
H1 - USSF-106, NTS-3 (Navigational Test Satellite-3) [Vanguard] - Vulcan-VC?? - Vandenberg SLC-3E
H1 - OneWeb (x48) - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H1 - OneWeb (x48) - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET H1 - AX-3: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q2 - USSF-112 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
Q2 - Galaxy-37 (Galaxy-13R) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or Q3)
April - Dream Chaser Cargo System 1st flight (SS-1): Tenacity, Shooting Star - Vulcan-VC4L (second launch) - Canaveral SLC-41 (or H1)
April - Transporter-8: Satellogic sats - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or May)
NET April - USSF-52 - Falcon Heavy-06 (B1064.2 ASDS, B1070.1, B1065.2 ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A
June 5 - Dragon v2 SpX-28 (CRS-28) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Summer - Astranis MicroGEO (x4) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-7: CST-100 Starliner-1 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
Q3 - NROL-69 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg  SLC-4E
Q3 - USSF-87 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
H2 - Thuraya 4-NGS - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET H2 - AX-4: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Satria - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
October 20 - Dragon v2 SpX-29 (CRS-29) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
October - "Tipping Point" payload for Lockheed Martin - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
October - Transporter-9: MBZ SAT, Satellogic sats - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or November)
Late - Cygnus NG-20 (CRS-20) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Late - BlueBird (x5) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-2) - VulcanVulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2024)
TBD - USSF-44: TBD, TETRA-1 - Falcon Heavy (B1064.1 JRTI, B1066.1, B1065.1 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - #dearMoon (Contracted Private Manned Circumlunar Mission) - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A (or 2024)
TBD - Starship Lunar Lander Test - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A (or 2024)
TBD - GEO-CAPE (Geostationary Coastal and Air Pollution Events) [Earth Systematic Mission] - NLSP II - Canaveral
TBD - TBD - Vulcan-VA?? - TBD
TBD - inaugural flight - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - Eutelsat comsat - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - JCSat comsat - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - Blue Moon mission - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B (or 2024)
TBD - Spaceflight - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - SatRevolution Mars Mission - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - Arqit 1 - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - HyperSat 1 - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - TacRL-4 - TBD - TBD
TBD - NROL-174 - Minotaur IV - Vandenberg SLC-8
TBD - ORS - Minotaur (TBD) - Vandenberg SLC-8
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - Spaceflight Inc. multi satellite launch - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
TBD - commercial launch - RS1 (ABL space system) - Vandenberg SLC-576E
TBD - commercial launch - RS1 (ABL space system) - Vandenberg SLC-576E
TBD - Cryogenic Fluid Management Demonstration - RS1 (ABL space system) - TBD
TBD - KuiperSat - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
TBD - KuiperSat - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
TBD - KuiperSat - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
TBD - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - TROPICS 3, TROPICS 4 - TBD - TBD (or 2024)
TBD - TROPICS 5, TROPICS 6 - TBD - TBD (or 2024)
TBD - commercial comsat - Super Heavy/Starship - Starbase Pad A / Kennedy LC-39A / Kennedy LC-49
TBD - first flight - Daytona - TBD
TBD - first test launch - Rocket 4 (Astra) - TBD
  2022   TBD - TriSept launch - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16 / Vandenberg SLC-7

Rideshare:
Midyear - Nova-C IM-2 (PRIME 1) [CLPS 3], µNova, Lunar Trailblazer [SIMPLEx 5] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Late - HAKUTO-R Lunar Lander + Rover (iSpace mission 2) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - CAS500-4 - Falcon 9 - TBD
TBD - OSAM-2 (Archinaut One) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
TBD - Satellogic sats - Falcon 9 - TBD
TBD - ROOSTER-2 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - ROOSTER-3 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - ROOSTER-4 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - Reliant Pro - TBD - TBD
TBD - SPARCS (Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
  2022   TBD - Spaceflight mission - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16

From Foreign Launch Site:
Q1 - SL-OMV - RS1 - SaxaVord Spaceport (UK)
H1 - ACS-3 (Advanced Composite Solar Sail System) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET May - NZSA Venus mission - Electron/Photon Venus - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET June - Kinéis 1, Kinéis 2, Kinéis 3, Kinéis 4, Kinéis 5 - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET June - Kinéis 6, Kinéis 7, Kinéis 8, Kinéis 9, Kinéis 10 - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET August - LOXSAT 1 - Electron/Photon LEO - Mahia LC-1A (NZ) (or Late)
NET Q3 - Kinéis (x5) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET Q3 - Kinéis (x5) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
NET Q3 - Kinéis (x5) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
TBD - ADRAS-J - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
TBD - StriX-2 - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ)
TBD - Hawk (x6) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ) / MARS LC-2 (US)
TBD - QKDSat 1 (Arqit) - LauncherOne - RW12/30, Newquay, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl" (UK)

2024
January 9 - PACE (Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or May)
January - SAOCOM-2B - NLSP II - TBD
February - NROL-70: Orion 13 (RIO 13, Mission 8309, Mentor 11) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-389] - Canaveral SLC-37B
February - Transporter-10: TBD  - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or March)
March - USCV-8: Crew Dragon (Crew-7) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q2 - TBD - Firefly Beta - Canaveral SLC-20
April - Cygnus NG-21 (CRS-21) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
April 30 - GOES-U - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
May - Artemis II (Crewed flight of Orion around Moon) - SLS Block 1/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B (or Midyear)
Spring - TBD, MRV, MEPs - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
June - Transporter-11: TBD  - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or July)
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-30 (CRS-30) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - Gateway: Human Landing System - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-9: CST-100 Starliner-2 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
September - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 1 - Falcon 9  - Vandenberg  SLC-4E
H2 - Cygnus NG-22 (CRS-22) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H2 - O3b mPower 9, O3b mPower 10, O3b mPower 11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - TBD - Firefly Beta - Vandenberg SLC-2E 
October 10-30 - Europa Clipper (Orbiter) - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
October - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 2 - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Vandenberg  SLC-4E (TBD)
October - Transporter-12: TBD  - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or November)
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-31 (CRS-31) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET October - DYNAMIC (Dynamical Neutral Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling) [STP-05 - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-05] - NLSP II - Canaveral
November - Gateway: PPE + HALO - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
November - Griffin (Astrobotic's Lunar Lander), Viper (NASA Moon Rover) - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
November - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 3 - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Vandenberg SLC-4E (TBD)
December - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 4 - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Vandenberg SLC-4E (TBD)
Late - AxH1 - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
Late - VADR: GeoCarb - TBD - TBD
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-3) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-4) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2025)
TBD - WGS-11+ - Vulcan-VC2L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - GPS III SV07 (Navstar 80, Sally Ride) - Vulcan-VC0S - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - USSF-16 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - USSF-23 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - USSF-43 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - USSF-62: TBD, WSF-M 1, BLAZE - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
TBD - USSF-124 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Superbird-9 - Super Heavy/Starship - Starbase Pad A / Kennedy LC-39A / Kennedy LC-49
TBD - GPS III SV08 (Navstar 81, Katherine Johnson) - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - Impulse Space Mars Lander - Terran R (first flight) - Canaveral SLC-16
TBD - first flight - Neutron - MARS Pad 0A
TBD - first flight - Laguna - TBD
TBD - commercial payload - Rocket 4 (Astra) - TBD

Rideshare:
NET January - EscaPADE A, EscaPADE B (Escape and Plasma Acceleration and Dynamics Explorers) [SIMPLEx program] - NLSP II - Canaveral
Q1 - Nova-C IM-3 [CLPS-5] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H1 - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 3) - TBD - TBD
Midyear - SunRISE (Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment) (x6 cubesats) - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - Ardoride [Zeus-MS Qosmosys sat (x2)] - TBD - TBD
TBD - Blue Ghost Moon lander (LEXI + 9 payloads) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A

From Foreign Launch Site:
TBD - Hawk (x6) - Electron/Kick Stage - Mahia LC-1 (NZ) / MARS LC-2 (US)

2025
January - OSAM-1 (Restore-L) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
January - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 5 - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Vandenberg  SLC-4E (TBD)
February - SPHEREx, PUNCH-NFI [SMEX 15A], PUNCH-WFI1 [SMEX 15B], PUNCH-WFI2 [SMEX 15C], PUNCH-WFI3 [SMEX 15D], TRACERS A [SMEX 16A], TRACERS B [SMEX 16] - Falcon-9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or NLT April)
February - Transport Layer Tranche-1 (x21) batch 6 - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Vandenberg  SLC-4E (TBD)
March - USCV-10: Crew Dragon (Crew-8) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
April - Cygnus NG-23 (CRS-23) - Antares 330 - MARS LP-0A
April  - Tracking Layer Tranche-1 (x7) - NSSL 2 - Vandenberg
June - Tracking Layer Tranche-1 (x7) - NSSL 2 - Vandenberg
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-32 (CRS-32) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - Artemis III (Landing the first astronauts on the lunar South Pole) - SLS Block 1/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B
July - Tracking Layer Tranche-1 (x7) - NSSL 2 - Vandenberg
August - Tracking Layer Tranche-1 (x7) - NSSL 2 - Vandenberg
September - USCV-11: CST-100 Starliner-3 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
H2 - Cygnus NG-24 (CRS-24) - Antares 330 - MARS LP-0A
H2 - NGG-1 (NG-OPIR-GEO 1) - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-33 (CRS-33) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
November - Jason-CS-B (Sentinel-6B) - Falcon 9 (TBD) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or Q1 2026) (or Vega C)
December - IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) [STP-05 - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-05], SWFO-L1 (Space Weather Forward Observatory L1 mission), GLIDE (Global Lyman-alpha Imagers of the Dynamic Exosphere), Solar Cruiser [STP-MoO-1] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - Skynet 6A - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC 40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-5) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - AxH2 - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - GPS III SV09 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - GPS III SV10 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - inaugural flight - Shockwave - Kennedy LC-48
TBD - COSI [SMEX 17] - NSSL 3 - TBD
TBD - Transporter-13: TBD  - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E
TBD - OneWeb Generation 2 (xTBD) - Terran R - Canaveral SLC-16

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 4) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Binar Prospector (x2) [CLPS] - TBD - TBD
TBD - SERIES-2 (Draper) [CLPS] - TBD - TBD

2026
NET February - Cygnus NG-25 (CRS-25) - Antares 330 - MARS LP-0A
March - USCV-12: Crew Dragon (Crew-9) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-34 (CRS-34) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-13: CST-100 Starliner-4 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
October - NGRST (WFIRST-AFTA) [Astrophysics Decadal Mission Astro-1] - Falcon Heavy -  Kennedy LC-39A
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-35 (CRS-35) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-6) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Crewed Dream Chaser - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Lunar Sample Return - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - GPS IIIF-01 (SV11) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
TBD - AxL - TBD - TBD

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 5) - TBD - TBD

2027
March - USCV-14: Crew Dragon (Crew-10) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
June - Europa Lander (Lander/Rover) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-36 (CRS-36) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-15: CST-100 Starliner-5 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET September - GDC (Geospace Dynamics Constellation) - NSSL 3 - TBD
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-37 (CRS-37) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
November - JPSS-3 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg (or 2028)
TBD - Artemis IV (Crewed flight of Orion for Gateway with I-Hab) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - HLS LETS - NLSP III - Canaveral
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-7) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - AxPT - TBD - TBD
TBD - NGP-1 (NG-OPIR-Polar 1) - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41 (or NLT September)
TBD - NGG-2 (NG-OPIR-GEO 2) - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - Dragonfly [New Frontiers-4] - NLSP III - TBD
TBD - Starlab - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 41
TBD - INCUS [EVM-3] - NLSP III - TBD
Midyear - MoonBEAM (Moon Burst Energetics All-sky Monitor) [Astro-MoO-05 Candidate] - NLSP III - TBD

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 6) - TBD - TBD

2028
March - USCV-16: Crew Dragon (Crew-11) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-38 (CRS-38) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - UVEX (UltraViolet EXplorer) [Astro-MIDEX-03 Mission Candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Midyear - STAR-X (Survey and Time-domain Astrophysical Research Explorer) [Astro-MIDEX-03 Mission Candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Summer - SRL-MAV (with STA and two sample recovery helicopters) [MSR] - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
September - USCV-17: CST-100 Starliner-6 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-39 (CRS-39) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Artemis V (Crewed flight of Orion for Gateway and lunar landing with ESPRIT, GERS) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SS-8 ) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NGG-3 (NG-OPIR-GEO 3) - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - Gateway: Dragon XL DSL-1/GLS-1 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Human Lander - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - LTV - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - HelioSwarm (hub + 8 small satellites) [Helio-MIDEX-1] - NLSP III - TBD
TBD - VERITAS (Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography, and Spectroscopy) [Discovery 15] - NLSP III - TBD
TBD - NEO Surveyor (Near Earth Object Surveyor) - NLSP III - TBD

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 7) - TBD - TBD

2029
March - USCV-18: Crew Dragon (Crew-12) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET June - Dragon v2 SpX-38 (CRS-38) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-19: CST-100 Starliner-7 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
Q4 - DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging): Orbiter + Descent probe [Discovery 16] - NLSP III - TBD
TBD - Artemis VI (Crewed flight of Orion to Moon with Airlock) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Gateway: Dragon XL DSL-2/GLS-2 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Human Lander - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - NGP-2 (NG-OPIR-Polar 2) - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 8 ) - TBD - TBD

2030
February - Artemis IX (Cargo mission) - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
June - USCV-20: Crew Dragon (Crew-13) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
August - Artemis X (Crewed mission of Orion) - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Artemis VII (Cargo mission to Moon) - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - DSL-3 - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Human Lander - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Pressurized Rover via Cargo Lander - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Landsat 10 - NLSP III - Vandenberg (or Mid-2028)

Rideshare:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 9) - TBD - TBD

2031
TBD - Artemis VIII (Crewed mission of Orion)- SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - DSL-4 - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Human Lander - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Surface logistics - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Surface Habitat - commercial launch - Canaveral

2032
December - JPSS-4 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg

2033
TBD - GEO-West (GeoXO1) - NLSP III - Canaveral
TBD - ESS - NLSP III - Canaveral

2036
TBD - GEO-East (GeoXO2) - NLSP III - Canaveral

Probably cancelled:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)
2022 - Dove (xTBD) - Rocket 3.3 (Astra) - TBD
July 2023 - Psyche [Discovery 14], Janus A, Janus B [SIMPLEx program] - Falcon Heavy-04 (LZ-1, ??, LZ-2) - Kennedy LC-39A (or September 2023)
November 2023 - Masten Mission One (MM1): Masten Xelene (XL-1 Lunar Lander) with eight NASA-sponsored and several commercial payloads to the lunar south pole [CLPS-4] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A

Statistics (active):
Antares            -  16 (WI - 16)
Astra Rocket     -   7 (Kd - 5; СС - 2)
Atlas V            -  95 (СС - 79; Va - 16)
Delta IV Heavy  -  13 (СС - 9; Va - 4)
Electron           -   29 (Ma - 29)
Falcon 9          - 170 (СС - 93; KSC - 50; Va - 27)
Falcon Heavy    -   3 (KSC - 3)
Firefly Alpha     -    1 (Va - 1)
Launcherone    -    5 (Mo - 5)
Minotaur         -   19 (СС - 1; Va - 7; WI - 9; Kd - 2)
Minotaur-C      -   11 (Va - 11)
Pegasus          -   45 (СС - 7; Va - 22; WI - 6; Ed - 5; Kw - 4; Ga - 1)

Launches:  1870 (СС - 832; In - 6; Va - 718; WI - 52; KSC - 204; Ed - 5; Ga -1; Kw - 4; Kd - 8; Om - 5; Ka - 1; Mo - 5; Ma - 29)
Satellites:  6833 (СС - 3242; In - 6; Va - 1603; WI - 334; KSC - 1397; Ed - 12; Ga -1; Kw - 4; Kd - 33; Om - 5; Ka - 13; Mo - 34; Ma - 149)

CC - Cape Canaveral; Ed - Edwards AFB; Ga - Base Aerea de Gando; In - Inyokern; Ka - Kauai; Kd - Kodyak; KSC - Kennedy Space Center; Kw - Kwajalein Island; Ma - Mahia NZ; Mo - Mojave Air and Space Port; Om - Omelek; Va - Vandenberg AFB; WI - Wallops Flight Facility

Changes on August 19th
Changes on August 20th
Changes on August 21st
Changes on August 22nd
Changes on August 23rd
Changes on August 24th
Changes on August 25th

Acronyms:
ASBM               - Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission
ASDS               - Autonomous Spaceport Drone Ship
ASOG               - A Shortfall of Gravitas - ASDS
Astro-#            - Astro decadal mission
Astro-MIDEX-#   - Astrophysics Middle Explorer Mission
Astro-MoO-#     - Astrophysics Mission of Opportunity
Astro-Probe-#    - Astrophysics Probe
Astro-SMEX-#    - Astrophysics Small Explorer Mission
AX-#                - Axiom Space mission to ISS
AxH1                - Axiom Habitat module - first Axiom Space module
AxH2                - Axiom Habitat module - second Axiom Space module
AxL                  - Axiom Lab module - third Axiom Space module
AxPT                - Axiom Power Tower - fourth Axiom Space module
ССSFS              - Cape Canaveral Space Force Station
CIRBE               - Colorado Inner Radiation Belt Experiment
CLPS                - Commercial Lunar Payload Services
COSI                - Compton Spectrometer and Imager
DSL                  - Deep Space Logistics
DIU                  - Defense Innovation Unit
EMIT                - Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation
EPS-R               - Enhanced Polar Systems-Recapitalization
ESDS-#             - Earth Science Decadal Survey Mission
ESPA                - EELV Secondary Payload Adapter
ESPRIT-Refueler  - European System Providing Refueling, Infrastructure and Telecommunications
ESS                  - Evolved Strategic Satcom
EVC-#               - Earth Venture Continuity
EVM-#               - Earth Venture Mission
GeoXO               - Geostationary Extended Observations
GERS                 - Gateway External Robotic System (Canadarm-3)
GLS-#               - Gateway Logistics Services
GSSAP              - Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program
HALO                - Habitation and Logistics Outpost - Gateway
Helio-MIDEX-#    - Heliophysics Middle Explorer Mission
Helio-Expl MoO-# - Heliophysics Explorer Mission of Opportunity
Helio-SMEX-#     - Heliophysics Small Explorer Mission
HLS LETS           - Human Landing System Lunar Exploration Transportation Services
I-Hab                - International Habitation Module - Gateway
I-MIM                - International Mars Ice Mapper
IM-#                 - Intuitive Machines lunar lander
INCUS               - Investigation of Convective Updrafts
JRTI                  - Just Read The Instructions - ASDS
LDPE-#              - Long Duration Propulsive ESPA
LEMUR               - Low Earth Multi-Use Receiver
LLITED               - Low-Latitude Ionosphere/Thermosphere Enhancements in Density
LTV                   - Lunar Terrain Vehicle
LWS-MoO-#        - Living With a Star Mission of Opportunity
LZ-1                  - Landing Zone 1 on ССSFS
LZ-2                  - Landing Zone 2 on ССSFS
LZ-4                  - Landing Zone 4 on VSFB
MSR                  - Mars Sample Return
MAV                  - Mars Ascent Vehicle [MSR]
MARV                 - Mission Assembly and Repair Vehicle
MEPs                  - Mission Extension Pods
MHS                  - Mars Helicopter Scout
MMO                  - Mars Micro Orbiter
MRPs                  - Mission Refueling Pods
MRV                   - Mission Robotic Vehicle
NET                   - Not/No Earlier Than
NFI                    - Narrow Field Imager
NG-OPIR            - Next-Generation Overhead Persistent InfraRed
NGG                 - Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared Geosynchronous Earth Orbit Block 0 missile warning satellite system
NGP                 - Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared Polar program
NGRST              - Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope
NLSP #              - NASA Launch Services Program #
NLT                  - Not Later Than
NSSL #               - National Security Space Launch program #
OCISLY              - Of Course I Still Love You - ASDS
OSAM-#             - On-orbit Servicing, Assembly and Manufacturing-#
OSP-#               - Orbital Services Program
PPE                   - Power and Propulsion Element - Gateway
PUNCH               - Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere
ROOSTER            - Rapid On-Orbit Space Technology and Evaluation Ring
SBIRS                - Space Based Infrared System
SIMPLEx             - Small Innovative Missions for Planetary Exploration
SPHEREx             - Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer
SRL                    - Sample Return Lander [MSR]
SS-#                 - Sierra Space
STA                   - Sample Transfer Arm (ESA) [MSR]
STP-#                - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-#
STP-MoO-#         - Solar-Terrestrial Probes Mission of Opportunity
TacRL                 - Tactically Responsive Launch
TacRS                 - Tactically Responsive Space
TBD                    - To Be Determined
TDO-#                - Technology Demonstration Orbiter
TRACERS             - Tandem Reconnection and Cusp Electrodynamics Reconnaissance Satellites
TROPICS              - Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats
USCV-#              - US Crew Vehicle-#
USSF-#              - US Space Force-#
VADR                  - Venture-Class Acquisition of Dedicated and Rideshare
VCLS                  - Venture Class Launch Services
VSFB                  - Vandenberg Space Force Base
WFI                    - Wide Field Imager
WFIRST-AFTA      - Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope - Astrophysics Focused Telescope Assets
WSF‐G #            - Weather Satellite Follow-on Geostationary
WSF‐E #            - Weather Satellite Follow-on Electro-Optical / Infrared (EO/IR)
WSF‐M #            - Weather System Follow‐On Microwave
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4944 on: 08/19/2022 02:07 pm »
Unclear:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2022 - Satellogic constellation [multiple launches] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2022 - Satlantis constellation [multiple launches]) - Firefly Alpha - TBD
NET 2022 - ASLON-45 spacelift mission - Ravn X (Aevum) - Runway 18L/36R, Cecil Air and Space Port in Jacksonville, Florida
NET 2022 - NSTP-Sat (Quasar, SDS-2 5) - TBD - TBD
NET 2022 - OSP-4 launch - X-bow Launch Systems LV (Super Strypi/SPARK (TBD)) - Kauai (Hawaii)
NET 2022 - BlackSky Gen-2 (x8 ) partner satellite - TBD - TBD (or SSLV)
NET 2022 - Starlink deployment [multiple launches] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET 2022 - STP-4 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
NET 2022 - Mid-Sized Moon Lander - NLSP II - Canaveral
2022-2025 - Spaceflight Astra [multiple launches] - Rocket 3.x (Astra) - TBD
Mid-2023 - Astro EX-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
2023 - OneWeb (xTBD) [multiple launches] - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2025 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET 2023 - POLARIS MISSION II: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2023 - POLARIS MISSION III: Starship - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2023 - HyperSat 2 - LauncherOne -  TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2023 - HyperSat 3 - LauncherOne -  TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2023 - HyperSat 4 - LauncherOne -  TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2023 - HyperSat 5 - LauncherOne -  TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2023 - HyperSat 6 - LauncherOne -  TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2023 - WorldView Legion sat 2 - NSSL - Vandenberg
NET 2023-2025 - GRACE-II [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
Q2 2024 - Astro-MoO-02 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2024 - Helio Expl MoO-05 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2024 - New Frontiers 4 - NLSP-II - TBD
August 15, 2024 - CAESAR (Comet Astrobiology Exploration Sample Return) [New Frontiers-4 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Late 2024 - NEOCam (Near-Earth Object Camera) - NLSP-II - Canaveral (with IMAP)
NET 2024 - BlueBird (x110) (AST SpaceMobile) - Falcon 9 / Starship/Super Heavy [multiple launches] - Canaveral
NET 2024 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
NET 2024 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
NET 2024 - Japan cis-lunar cargo ship - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2024 - AETHER (Aeronomy at Earth: Tools for Heliophysics Exploration and Research) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - EZIE (x3) (Electrojet Zeeman Imaging Explorer) - TBD - TBD
NET 2024 - Arqit 2 - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2024 - Space Arena Module - TBD - TBD
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x45) - Vulcan-VC6L - Canaveral SLC-41
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
2024-July 2029 - Kuiper (x61) - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
Mid-2025 - Astro-MoO-03 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2025 - Astro-SMEX-2 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2025 - ESCAPE (Extreme-ultraviolet Stellar Characterization for Atmospheric Physics and Evolution) - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2025 - COSI (The Compton Spectrometer and Imager) - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2025 - GUCI (The Gravitational-wave Ultraviolet Counterpart Imager Mission) - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2025 - EVC-01 - NLSP III - TBD
2025 - STORM (Solar-Terrestrial Observer for the Response of the Magnetosphere) - NLSP III - TBD
2025 - ARCS (Auroral Reconstruction CubeSwarm) - NLSP III - TBD
2025 - Solaris - NLSP III - TBD
2025 - test launch - Spinlaunch - Unalaska (TBD)
NET 2025 - Endurance-A lunar rover - NLSP III - Canaveral
NET 2025 - AEHF-7 - Vulcan-VC??/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - AEHF-8 - Vulcan-VC??/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - MRPs - TBD - TBD
NET 2025 - OneWeb Generation 2 constellation  [multiple launches] - Terran R - Canaveral SLC-16
NET 2025-2026 -  Lightspeed (xTBD) [multi-lanch agreement] - New Glenn - Canaveral/Vandenberg
NET February 2026 - MUSE (Multi-slit Solar Explorer) [Helio-MIDEX-1] - NLSP III - TBD (or Q2 2027)
Mid-2026 - Astro-MoO-04 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2026 - WSF-M 2 - NSSL 3 - Vandenberg
NET 2026 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
NET 2026 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
NET 2026 - Manned Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
NET 2026 - Manned Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Starbase Pad A
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-02 (SV12) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-03 (SV13) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-04 (SV14) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-05 (SV15) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-06 (SV16) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-07 (SV17) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-08 (SV18) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-09 (SV19) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-10 (SV20) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-11 (SV21) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-12 (SV22) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-13 (SV23) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-14 (SV24) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-15 (SV25) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-16 (SV26) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-18 (SV28) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-19 (SV29) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-20 (SV30) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-21 (SV31) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-22 (SV32) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
Mid-2028 - Astro-MoO-06 - NLSP III - TBD
2028 - Mars Mission - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - Lunar Geophysical Network [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - Io Probe [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - VICI (Venus In-Situ Composition Investigations) [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - ELSAH (Enceladus Life Signatures and Habitability) [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - Helio Expl MoO-07 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2029 - Planetary Defense-01 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2029 - Astro-MoO-07 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2029 - Helio-SMEX-2 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2029 - STP-06 - NLSP III - TBD
Q3 2029 - Astro-Probe-01 - NLSP III - TBD
Late 2020s - NeMO (New Mars Orbiter) - Falcon 9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
Late 2020s - Mars orbiter - NLSP III - TBD
2020s - Orbital Reef - New Glenn [multiple launches] - Canaveral SLC-36B
2020s - WSF‐E - NSSL 3 - Vandenberg
2020s - WSF‐G - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
January 2030 - Areostationary Relay Satellite-1 - NLSP III - Canaveral
Q2 2030 - Astro-SMEX-3 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2030 - EVC-02 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2030 - EVM-4 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2030 - LWS-MoO-8 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2030 - Astro-MoO-08 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2030 -  - New Frontiers-05 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2030 - Discovery 17 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2030 - 3D Winds (Demo) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP III - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - GACM (Global Atmosphere Composition Mission) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP III - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - LIST (Lidar Surface Topography) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP III - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - PATH (Precision and All-Weather Temperature and Humidity) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP III - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - SCLP (Snow and Cold Land Processes) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP III - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - MARV - TBD - TBD
Q2 2031 - Astro-MoO-09 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2031 - Helio-MIDEX-2 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2031 - STP-MoO-10 - NLSP III - TBD
Q3 2031 - Helio Expl MoO-09 - NLSP III - TBD
NET October 2031 - GPS III-32 - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
NET 2031  Early 2030s - Uranus Orbiter and Probe - Falcon Heavy (TBD) - Canaveral
Early 2030s - Interstellar Probe - TBD - TBD
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
2031-2038 - Artemis: Crewed mission of Orion - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
Q1 2032 - ESDS-01 - NLSP III - TBD
Q1 2032 - ESDS-02 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2032 - Astro-MoO-10 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2032 - Discovery 18 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2032 - Astro-MIDEX-04 - NLSP III - TBD
Q3 2032 - Helio-SMEX-3 - NLSP III - TBD
February 2033 - Areostationary Relay Satellite-2 - NLSP III - Canaveral
Q2 2033 - MEDICI (Magnetosphere Energetics, Dynamics, and Ionospheric Coupling Investigation) [STP-07] - NLSP III - Canaveral
Q2 2033 - Astro-MoO-11 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2033 - EVC-03 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2033 - LWS MoO-11 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2033 - Astro-SMEX-4 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2033 - Astro-2 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2033 - Astro-3 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2033 - Future Mars Flagship - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2034 - Astro-MoO-12 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2034 - Helio Expl MoO-12 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2035 - EVM-5 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2035 - Helio Expl MoO-13 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2035 - Helio-MIDEX-3 - NSSL 3 - TBD
Q2 2035 - Planetary Defense-02 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2035 - Discovery 19 - NLSP III - TBD
2035 - Origins Space Telescope (Far IR Surveyor) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
2035 - HabEx (Habitable Exoplanet Imaging Mission) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
2035 - Lynx (X-Ray Surveyor) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2030s - Mars Life Explorer - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2036 - Astro-MoO-13 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2036 - ESDS-03 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2036 - EVC-04 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2036 - HST Disposal (Hubble Space Telescope Disposal Mission) - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2036 - New Frontiers-06 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2036 - Helio-SMEX-4 - NLSP III - TBD
2036 - JPSS-5 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
Q1 2037 - STP-08 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2037 - Astro-MoO-14 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2037 - Astro-SMEX-5 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2037 - Astro-Probe-02 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2037 - Astro-MIDEX-05 - NLSP III - TBD
Q4 2037 - Discovery 20 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2037 - GEO-Central (GeoXO3) - NLSP III - Canaveral
Q2 2038 - Astro-MoO-15 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2039 - Astro-MoO-16 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2039 - EVC-05 - NLSP III - TBD
Q3 2039 - Landsat 11 - NLSP III - Vandenberg
2039 - LUVOIR (Large Ultraviolet/Optical/Infrared Surveyor - large 16-meter space telescope) [Astro2020 candidate] - SLS - Kennedy LC-39B
Late 2030s - Enceladus Orbilander - Falcon Heavy  / SLS - Canaveral
2030s - I-MIM - TBD - TBD
Q2 2040 - EVM-6 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2040 - Helio-MIDEX-4 - NSSL 3 - TBD
Q2 2040 - Astro-4 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2040 - ESDS-04 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2040 - Helio-SMEX-5 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2041 - Astro-SMEX-6 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2041 - New Frontiers-07 - NLSP III - TBD
Q2 2041 - STP-09 - NLSP III - TBD
2041 - JPSS-6 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
Q1 2042 - Astro-5 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2043 - Astro-6 - NLSP III - TBD
NET 2043 - EVM-7 - NLSP III - TBD
2046 - JPSS-7 (PFO) - NLSP III - TBD
2050s - JPSS-8 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
2050s - JPSS-9 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
2050s - JPSS-10 (PFO) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
2069 - interstellar mission - TBD - TBD
TBD - NASA VCLS-2 / ELaNa mission -  Rocket (Astra)  - Kodiak LP-3B / Kwajalein
TBD - NASA VCLS-2 / ELaNa mission - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - NASA VCLS-2 / ELaNa mission - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16 / Vandenberg
TBD - first launch - Phoenix - TBD
TBD - first launch - ACE (Advanced Cryogenic Expendable) - TBD
TBD - first launch - Konshu spaceplane drone (Wagner Star Industries) - TBD
TBD - first launch - NEPTUNE - open-ocean location off the California coast
TBD - first launch - TRITON - open-ocean location off the California coast
TBD - first launch - TRITON Heavy - open-ocean location off the California coast
TBD - WGS-12 - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
TBD - SBSS FO 1 - NSSL 3/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 2 - NSSL 3/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 3 - NSSL 3/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 4 - NSSL 3/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 5 - NSSL 3/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - TBD - LauncherTwo - TBD, Boeing-747

Rideshare:
NET Q2 2021 - Nationsat - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2022-2024 - Fasat Echo 1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2022-2024 - Fasat Echo 2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2023 - Chilean nanosat - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2024 - Chilean nanosat (x3) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
2025 - Chilean nanosat (x3) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2026 - SIHLA (Spatial/Spectral Imaging of Heliospheric Lyman Alpha) [STP-MoO-2] - NSSL 3 - TBD
TBD - CryoCube 2 (CC-2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - GNS BEE 1, GNS BEE 2, GNS BEE 3, GNS BEE 4 (Global Network of Swarms) - TBD - TBD
TBD - SABOR - TBD - TBD
TBD - Polaris (Persistent Tactical Communications) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TETRA-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TETRA-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TETRA-4 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Grissom-P - TBD - TBD
TBD - Grissom-2 - TBD - TBD

Probably cancelled:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site
2021 - ARCSTONE (Earth Venture 2 Candidate) - NLSP-I - Canaveral
2021 - CLOUD (x3) (Cloud Observation for Updraft Determination) (Earth Venture 2 Candidate) - NLSP-I - Vandenberg
NET 2022 - USSF-9 - Atlas V/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2022 - USSF-10 - Atlas V/Falcon 9 - Canaveral

Changes on August 19th
Changes on August 22nd
Changes on August 23rd
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4945 on: 08/19/2022 07:27 pm »
https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1560708702876962819
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LAUNCH at 1921 UTC of a Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral with 53 more Starlinks (Group 4-27)

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4946 on: 08/19/2022 09:42 pm »
Starlink 3-4 launch date and time:
Next Spaceflight shows the launch on August 27 at 05:30 UTC.



Adjustment to Starlink 4-23 launch time:
SFN SpaceX’s Starlink fleet gets 53 new satellites with launch from Florida, August 19:
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The Starlink launch from Florida is scheduled for next Saturday, Aug. 27. The preliminary launch time for that mission is 10:22 p.m. EDT (0222 GMT on Aug. 28),...



New; Starlink 4-36:
1443-EX-ST-2022
Mission 1831 Starlink Group 4-36 from Cape Canaveral FL at LC-40 CCAFS or LC-39a at KSC, and the experimental recovery operation following the Falcon 9 launch
NET late September [NET Sep 20]
ASDS to the NE:  North  32  42  50   West  75  42  51

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4947 on: 08/20/2022 04:40 pm »
Confirmation of Starlink 4-20 launch date:
Ben Cooper's Launch Photography Viewing Guide, updated August 19:
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4948 on: 08/21/2022 01:21 pm »
https://twitter.com/planet4589/status/1561108121665380353
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Space-Track has cataloged USA 337, a new payload (presumably 100 kg ESPASat class) ejected from the USSF 12 Ring spacecraft launched on Jul 1 to near-synchronous orbit. However, the orbital elements are currently secret. Catalog is 53521 (2022-073E).

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4949 on: 08/22/2022 09:43 am »
cross post from the "Rocket Lab launch schedule" thread
Argos-4 Environmental, Wildlife Tracking Instrument Poised for Fall Launch [dated Aug. 11]

Quote from: NOAA
NOAA and CNES, the French space agency, are just two months away from the planned launch of Argos-4, an advanced satellite instrument that will track the movement of wildlife, particularly marine mammals and sea turtles, while also collecting critical environmental data around the world.

The NOAA-CNES Argos-4 will launch as a payload aboard the General Atomics GAzelle satellite October 10 at 1:30am (EST) [05:30 UTC] on a Rocket Lab Electron spacecraft from Māhia Peninsula, New Zealand.

Additional info:
Apparently Argos-4 is a hosted NOAA-CNES payload on the General Atomics GAzelle satellite aka OTB-3 (Orbital Testbed 3) schedule for launch with a RocketLab Electron on October 10 at 05:30 UTC from pad LC-1A Māhia New Zealand. Pad LC-1A, since StriX-1 is launching from pad LC-1B in September.

According to the press release from General Atomics there is also a radiation monitoring payload aboard the GAzelle satellite.
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...The versatility of our design approach provides greater flexibility and scalability for a single dedicated mission payload or for multiple payloads on a single platform. In this instance, the Argos-4 payload and a radiation monitoring payload are integrated onboard the satellite...

There is a countdown clock for the GAzelle (OTB-3) launch at the NOAA web page for the ARGOS-4 launch

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4950 on: 08/22/2022 05:40 pm »
https://twitter.com/Firefly_Space/status/1561716827608195078
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We are excited to announce we will be live streaming our next flight demonstration, Flight 2, "To The Black" with Tim Dodd @Erdayastronaut
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4951 on: 08/22/2022 09:33 pm »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6754
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Orbital Test Flight
Launch Time
NET September, 2022

First full-stack launch of Starship and Super Heavy. First Starship launch to attempt to reach orbit.

https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/7004
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Starlink Group 4-35
Launch Time
NET September, 2022

https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/7005
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Starlink Group 4-36
Launch Time
NET September, 2022
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4952 on: 08/22/2022 10:37 pm »
https://spacenews.com/nasa-cautions-planetary-science-funding-falls-short-of-decadal-projections/
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One example is the Uranus Orbiter and Probe flagship mission recommended by the decadal, which in its recommended budget would start almost immediately to enable it to launch in the early 2030s, allowing it to take advantage of a Jupiter gravity assist to shorten the travel time to Uranus.

“We are really excited about this,” Glaze said of the mission concept, but stated NASA would be taking a somewhat slower approach to its development. Mission concept studies will begin no later than fiscal year 2024 examining a range of options for the mission. “The timeline for that is probably going to put a launch no earlier than the early 2030s.”

Glaze added that NASA supports the other new flagship recommended by the decadal, the Enceladus Orbilander. “The guidance from the decadal survey is pretty clear that we need to get Uranus underway first,” she said, with no mission studies expected for the Enceladus flagship before fiscal year 2026.

NASA is still evaluating other aspects of the decadal survey, including its recommendations for missions such as a lunar rover called Endurance-A that would collect samples for later return to Earth by crewed Artemis missions as well as a Mars astrobiology lander mission called Mars Life Explorer.

It did support the decadal’s endorsement of the NEO Surveyor mission to search for near Earth asteroids despite cutting funding for the mission in its fiscal year 2023 budget proposal, delaying its 2026 launch by at least two years. The decadal, agency officials noted, was published a few weeks after the 2023 budget proposal.

“The ’23 funding is a challenge,” Glaze said. “We are going to be working hard to make sure we can confirm the mission and move out on NEO Surveyor.”

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4953 on: 08/23/2022 03:31 am »
https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
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Sept. 4/5 • Falcon 9 • Starlink 4-20 & Sherpa-LTC2
Launch time: 0032 GMT on 5th (8:32 p.m. EDT on 4th)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch with another batch of Starlink internet satellites. This mission is also expected to launch Spaceflight’s propulsive Sherpa-LTC2 space tug, which will climb into a higher orbit with Boeing’s Varuna Technology Demonstration Mission, a pathfinder for a planned constellation of broadband satellites. The Varuna demo mission is a hosted payload on the Sherpa-LTC2 orbital transfer vehicle. The Falcon 9’s first stage booster will land on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. [Aug. 22]

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4954 on: 08/23/2022 05:26 pm »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6966
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Starlink Group 4-23
Launch Time
Sun Aug 28, 2022 02:22 GMT
...
Location
SLC-40, Cape Canaveral SFS, Florida, USA

https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
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Aug. 27/28 • Falcon 9 • Starlink 4-23
Launch time: 0222 GMT (10:22 p.m. EDT)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4955 on: 08/23/2022 07:05 pm »
https://spacenews.com/planetary-science-decadal-endorses-mars-sample-return-outer-planets-missions/
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The decadal treated Mars separately from other proposed flagship missions. The report recommended as the top-ranking flagship mission concept the Uranus Orbiter and Probe, which would go into orbit to study the planet, its rings and moons, as well as deploy a probe into the planet’s atmosphere. Uranus has been visited only once by a spacecraft, the Voyager 2 flyby in 1986.

The mission “will transform our knowledge of ice giants in general and the Uranian system in particular,” the report stated, calling Uranus “one of the most intriguing bodies in the solar system.” The mission, with an estimated cost of $4.2 billion, could launch as soon as 2031 on a Falcon Heavy or similar heavy-lift vehicle, arriving at Uranus 13 years later using a Jupiter gravity assist.
...
Enceladus Orbilander would spend a year and a half orbiting Enceladus and sampling those plumes before landing for a two-year mission to study materials for evidence of life. The mission, with an estimated cost of $4.9 billion, could launch in the late 2030s on an SLS or Falcon Heavy with a landing in the early 2050s.
...
The following New Frontiers competition, likely to take place in the early to mid 2030s, would include those same mission themes with the exception of the one selected for New Frontiers 6, and add a mission to Neptune’s largest moon, Triton. The report also recommended the cost cap for New Frontiers missions be raised to $1.65 billion (in fiscal year 2025 dollars) to reflect experience such as the Dragonfly mission to Titan under development.

For Mars, the decadal survey recommended that, once MSR passed the peak of its spending profile in the late 2020s, NASA start work on a lander mission called Mars Life Explorer that would look for evidence of current life on Mars by drilling into ice deposits to search for biosignatures. The lander, described as a “notional mission concept” in the report, would cost $2.1 billion and launch in the mid-2030s.

Studies of the moon, the decadal stated, would involve an interplay with human exploration with the Artemis series of crewed landings scheduled to begin as soon as 2025. “The successful integration of science into programs of human exploration has historically been a challenge and remains so for Artemis,” the report stated. “Currently, science requirements do not drive the Artemis capabilities. However, in the committee’s view it is imperative that Artemis support breakthrough, decadal-level science.” [Emphasis in original.]

One way of doing so involves combining robotic and human exploration capabilities. The report endorsed a mission concept called Endurance-A that would send a robotic rover to the moon’s South Pole Aiken Basin on a commercial lander. The rover would travel 2,000 kilometers across the basin and collect 100 kilograms of samples. Those samples would be returned to Earth on a crewed Artemis mission. The $1.9 billion mission would cost a billion dollars less than an alternative that involved both a robotic rover and sample return spacecraft that would have returned only about two kilograms of material.
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4956 on: 08/23/2022 09:46 pm »
Starlink 3-4 launch date and time:
Starlink 3-4 launch date and time:
Next Spaceflight NET August [August 23]

But then, a further update, also August 23:
The NGA Space Debris notice was not canceled TBD like the Rocket Launching notice.  Instead, there is a cancel-and-replace notice.  On that basis, the launch would be on August 31 at 05:30 UTC.

Quote from: NGA
231933Z AUG 22
HYDROPAC 2320/22(83).
SOUTH PACIFIC.
DNC 06.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
   0719Z TO 0757Z DAILY 31 AUG THRU 04 SEP
   IN AREA BOUND BY
   25-56.00S 154-18.00W, 25-28.00S 156-42.00W,
   59-30.00S 169-29.00W, 59-57.00S 165-13.00W.
2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 2298/22.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 040857Z SEP 22.

Starlink 3-4 launch now follows Starlink 4-23.



Starlink 4-23 ASDS:
Quote from: Gav Cornwell tweet
It only delivered B1062 to port 9 hours ago, but ASOG has been turned around and is heading downrange for Starlink 4-23.
Doug is towing.
http://nasaspaceflight.com/fleetcam [Aug 23 UTC]
Third consecutive ASOG deployment.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4957 on: 08/24/2022 07:52 pm »
NROL-91 launch date:
September 24th
Quote from: NRO tweet
LAUNCH UPDATE: #NROL91 is scheduled to launch from Vandenberg SFB (@SLdelta30) on a @ulalaunch Delta IV Heavy September 24. This is the last Delta IV Heavy launch from the #WestCoast, don’t miss out!
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[Aug 24]



O3b mPower 1 & 2 launch:
Belated update/confirmation:
SFN Launch Schedule, updated August 15:
NET October 2022
= Q4



Astrobotic Peregrine lunar lander:
You don't have to believe it but Astrobotic is still pushing for this year, assuming the launch vehicle is ready.  Stated today at LEAG.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4958 on: 08/24/2022 08:52 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/launchschedule/#.U0NkJ6L-6c4
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Date: Mid 2023
Mission: Lunar Trailblazer
Description:

Lunar Trailblazer, a mission selected under NASA’s Small Innovative Missions for Planetary Exploration (SIMPLEx) program, is a small satellite designed to provide an understanding of the form, abundance, and distribution of water on the Moon, as well as the lunar water cycle.

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