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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #880 on: 03/30/2022 05:15 am »
SFN Launch Schedule update, March 25 (one of many):
Cargo Dragon SpX-26 launches in October 2022 from Kennedy LC-39A, with ASDS landing.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #882 on: 04/08/2022 09:18 pm »
Related news: NASA has amended the launch contract for the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission.  It will now fly on a flight-proven Falcon 9 booster rather than a new one.

https://twitter.com/nextspaceflight/status/1512498083350736897

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #883 on: 04/11/2022 07:34 pm »
https://spacenews.com/south-korea-hires-spacex-to-launch-five-spy-satellites-by-2025/

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South Korea has signed a contract with SpaceX to launch five spy satellites by 2025, with the first launch on a Falcon 9 rocket by the end of 2023.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #884 on: 04/21/2022 01:36 pm »
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New boosters are also being introduced into the fleet to help that cadence, with booster B1073 expected to debut next month on a Starlink mission.

SpaceX is continuing its busy 2022 launch campaign with another Starlink mission today. A Falcon 9 booster on its 12th flight is scheduled to lift off at 11:14 AM EDT (15:14 UTC) from SLC-40.

https://twitter.com/TGMetsFan98/status/1517129176859529216
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #885 on: 04/22/2022 06:41 pm »

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Two more Falcon 9 rockets are scheduled to launch on Starlink missions May 8, followed as many as three additional Falcon 9 launches later next month from pads in Florida and California.
https://twitter.com/SpaceflightNow/status/1517527891894054912
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #886 on: 04/22/2022 09:49 pm »
Two missions from ispace's website at https://ispace-inc.com/hakuto-r/eng/about/

"HAKUTO-R is a multinational commercial lunar exploration program operated by ispace. It includes ispace’s first two lunar missions: Mission 1, a soft lunar landing in 2022, and Mission 2, a lunar landing and deployment of a rover in 2023. For both missions, the HAKUTO-R lander will launch on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket."

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #887 on: 04/23/2022 01:42 am »
Two missions from ispace's website at https://ispace-inc.com/hakuto-r/eng/about/

"HAKUTO-R is a multinational commercial lunar exploration program operated by ispace. It includes ispace’s first two lunar missions: Mission 1, a soft lunar landing in 2022, and Mission 2, a lunar landing and deployment of a rover in 2023. For both missions, the HAKUTO-R lander will launch on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket."
The latest press release indicates that the second mission is now scheduled for 2024.

https://ispace-inc.com/news/?p=2231
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* Current plan as of April 2022.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #888 on: 05/04/2022 02:40 pm »

Satellogic Announces Multiple Launch Agreement with SpaceX for its Next 68 Sub-Meter Resolution Earth Observation Satellites
https://satellogic.com/news/press-releases/satellogic-announces-multiple-launch-agreement-with-spacex-for-its-next-68-sub-meter-resolution-earth-observation-satellites/
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #889 on: 05/05/2022 10:19 pm »
Cross-post:
Now NET Q3:
Quote from: Peter B de Selding tweet
SpaceX launch of 11 SES Satellites O3b mPower MEO-orbit sats slips & reshuffles to 5 launches, not 4.

Was: 2 launches, each 3 sats, in Q2 2022, another 3-sat late 2022 & final 2 sats 2024.

Now: 3 launches, each w/ 2 sats, in Q3, then 3-sat launch Q4 & final 2 sats in 2024.  [May 5]


Net plus 1 for the manifest in 2022
unchanged for 2024
« Last Edit: 05/05/2022 10:41 pm by Comga »
What kind of wastrels would dump a perfectly good booster in the ocean after just one use?

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #890 on: 05/06/2022 06:27 pm »
EchoStar 24 / Jupiter 3 is scheduled for launch on a Falcon 9 in early 2023 [May 5]

https://spacenews.com/echostar-says-jupiter-3-wont-be-ready-for-2022-launch/
« Last Edit: 05/16/2022 07:01 pm by zubenelgenubi »
Launches Seen: Atlas V OA-7, Falcon 9 Starlink 6-4, Falcon 9 CRS-28,

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #891 on: 05/09/2022 09:55 pm »
CACI to launch experimental satellite to demonstrate alternative to GPS navigation [dated May 9]

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U.S. defense contractor CACI International is funding an experiment to demonstrate space technologies for military use, including an alternative to GPS navigation.

As part of the company’s plan to grow its space business,  CACI is launching two demonstration payloads on a York Space satellite scheduled to fly to low Earth orbit in January aboard the SpaceX Transporter 7 rideshare.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #892 on: 05/10/2022 12:44 pm »
CACI to launch experimental satellite to demonstrate alternative to GPS navigation [dated May 9]

Quote from: SpaceNews
U.S. defense contractor CACI International is funding an experiment to demonstrate space technologies for military use, including an alternative to GPS navigation.

As part of the company’s plan to grow its space business,  CACI is launching two demonstration payloads on a York Space satellite scheduled to fly to low Earth orbit in January aboard the SpaceX Transporter 7 rideshare.

This satellite is called DemoSat: https://investor.caci.com/news/news-details/2022/CACI-Completes-Review-for-Planned-2023-Satellite-Launch/default.aspx

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #893 on: 05/16/2022 02:08 pm »
EchoStar 24 / Jupiter 3 is scheduled for launch on a Falcon 9 in early 2023 [May 5]

https://spacenews.com/echostar-says-jupiter-3-wont-be-ready-for-2022-launch/

F9 was a mistake. It's actually launching on FH:

https://twitter.com/ElonXnet/status/1526188916705042432

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Thanks to @JasonRainbow for confirming that @EchoStar's massive Jupiter-3 satellite will indeed be launching on #SpaceX Falcon Heavy, not Falcon 9 as previously reported.

With a mass of 9,200 kg, as per @pbdes, F9 never made much sense.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #894 on: 05/20/2022 08:55 am »
Added a bunch of upcoming SpaceX launches to NextSpaceflight and some booster assignments. https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/agency/upcoming/1/

Starlink Group 4-19 looking like mid June (I'd bet on LC-39A for that one) and using B1060-13
Starlink Group 4-20 by the end of the month (again betting on 39A but don't have confirmation on pads for none of these missions... well, except for the Vandy ones I guess lol)

And then in July and sort of in this order:
Starlink Group 3-1 from Vandenberg (betting on using B1063 for this one)
Starlink Group 4-21 from Florida (I'd say pad 40 is likely) using B1058-13
Starlink Group 4-22 from Florida (likely to be 39A imo)
Starlink Group 3-2 from Vandy (likely to use B1071 imo)
Starlink Group 4-25 from Florida (betting all my money on pad 40 for this one) using B1051-13
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #895 on: 05/20/2022 09:14 am »
Added a bunch of upcoming SpaceX launches to NextSpaceflight and some booster assignments. https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/agency/upcoming/1/

Starlink Group 4-19 looking like mid June (I'd bet on LC-39A for that one) and using B1060-13
Starlink Group 4-20 by the end of the month (again betting on 39A but don't have confirmation on pads for none of these missions... well, except for the Vandy ones I guess lol)

And then in July and sort of in this order:
Starlink Group 3-1 from Vandenberg (betting on using B1063 for this one)
Starlink Group 4-21 from Florida (I'd say pad 40 is likely) using B1058-13
Starlink Group 4-22 from Florida (likely to be 39A imo)
Starlink Group 3-2 from Vandy (likely to use B1071 imo)
Starlink Group 4-25 from Florida (betting all my money on pad 40 for this one) using B1051-13

Thanks for the update! Looks like a busy July for SpaceX.

But why do you think B1063 would be reflown before B1071? Shouldn't it be the other way since B1071 is probably about ready now, while B1063 only just flew.

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #896 on: 05/20/2022 09:18 am »
Added a bunch of upcoming SpaceX launches to NextSpaceflight and some booster assignments. https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/agency/upcoming/1/

Starlink Group 4-19 looking like mid June (I'd bet on LC-39A for that one) and using B1060-13
Starlink Group 4-20 by the end of the month (again betting on 39A but don't have confirmation on pads for none of these missions... well, except for the Vandy ones I guess lol)

And then in July and sort of in this order:
Starlink Group 3-1 from Vandenberg (betting on using B1063 for this one)
Starlink Group 4-21 from Florida (I'd say pad 40 is likely) using B1058-13
Starlink Group 4-22 from Florida (likely to be 39A imo)
Starlink Group 3-2 from Vandy (likely to use B1071 imo)
Starlink Group 4-25 from Florida (betting all my money on pad 40 for this one) using B1051-13

Thanks for the update! Looks like a busy July for SpaceX.

But why do you think B1063 would be reflown before B1071? Shouldn't it be the other way since B1071 is probably about ready now, while B1063 only just flew.

I'm expecting B1071 to be used on SARah-1, then on Group 3-2 about a month or so later

Edit: Well, that or we see them using a different booster than 63 or 71 but I doubt it.
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #897 on: 05/20/2022 09:34 am »
Oh I forgot... B1069-2 is flying on Starlink Group 4-26. NET August from Florida

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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #898 on: 05/21/2022 04:28 am »
What about Starlink Group 4-23 and Group 4-24?
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Re: SpaceX Manifest Updates Thread 5
« Reply #899 on: 05/21/2022 03:26 pm »
What about Starlink Group 4-23 and Group 4-24?
Perhaps coming later down the line. They haven't been doing these missions in order for a while.

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