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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2480 on: 08/26/2019 06:57 pm »
News Release Issued: Aug 26, 2019 (8:00am EDT)

Raytheon-built space sensor will fly aboard NASA satellite to measure coastal and ocean ecosystems

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Aug. 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) will build the Geostationary Littoral Imaging and Monitoring Radiometer, or GLIMR, sensor, under a contract from the University of New Hampshire. GLIMR, NASA's selected Earth Venture Instrument-5 investigation, will be NASA's first hyperspectral imager in geostationary, or GEO, orbit. Hyperspectral imaging collects and processes information from across the electromagnetic spectrum including visible light, infrared and ultraviolet frequencies to create a highly detailed view of physical and biological conditions in coastal waters.

The instrument will provide high-sensitivity, high-spatial and high-temporal resolution measurements of coastal and ocean ecosystems in the Gulf of Mexico, parts of the southeastern U.S. coastline and the Amazon River plume. Decision-makers will use the GLIMR data to respond rapidly to natural and manmade coastal water disasters, such as harmful algae blooms and oil spills. It will also help improve the coastal ecosystem's sustainability and resource management.

"GLIMR will collect the sharpest and most colorful view of physical and biological conditions in coastal waters ever seen from GEO," said Jeff Puschell, GLIMR instrument scientist and principal engineering fellow at Raytheon Space Systems. "A hyperspectral imager is essential technology to capture new insight about our changing coastal ecosystems."

The University of New Hampshire is NASA's lead organization for the GLIMR contract. The instrument will launch aboard its host spacecraft in the 2026-2027 timeframe. Its data will be available to scientists, researchers and educators around the world.
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2481 on: 08/26/2019 07:01 pm »
https://twitter.com/astranis_space/status/1166018993687162880
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It's official: our first commercial satellite has a ride to space, courtesy of @SpaceX!

This is an important milestone in our mission to triple the satellite internet capacity of Alaska -- and we couldn't be more excited.

Read more here: https://medium.com/@johngedmark/launch-with-spacex-3f55960afd59

h/t to Jeff Foust

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We’ve reserved a ride on a SpaceX Falcon 9 with a launch window at Florida’s famed Cape Canaveral starting in the fourth quarter of 2020.
This means that Pacific Dataport and Microcom, our Alaska partners, will be able to provide residential and commercial Alaskan customers in even the most remote parts of the state with faster, more affordable and more reliable true broadband internet service by March 2021.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2482 on: 08/26/2019 07:48 pm »
2019
NET November - ELaNa XX: CACTUS 1, CAPE 3, ExoCube 2, INCA, MicroMAS 2b, MiTEE 1, PICS 1, PICS 2, PolarCube, Q-PACE, RadFxSat 2 (Fox 1E), TechEdSat 7 - LauncherOne - Runway 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"

Slips to (NET) December 2019.

https://www.nasa.gov/content/upcoming-elana-cubesat-launches
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2483 on: 08/27/2019 04:33 am »
https://hobbyspace.com/Blog/?p=19501
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We received the official word from Scott Higginbotham at Kennedy Space Center,” Oak Ridge Schools said in a press release. “His letter stated, ‘RamSat is currently manifested to fly on the ELaNa-31 mission aboard the NG-14 Commercial Resupply Services mission to the ISS. Launch is currently scheduled for October of 2020.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2484 on: 08/27/2019 08:32 am »
Launched:
№ – Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2019
01 - January 11 - Iridium Next Flight 8 (x10) - Falcon 9-068 (B1049.2) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 15:31:33.492
02 - January 19  - NROL-71: KH-11 17 (Crystal 17, Block 5 #1) [USA-290] - Delta IV-H [D-382] - Vandenberg SLC-6 - 19:10
03 - February 22 - Nusantara Satu (PSN-6 - Pasifik Satelit Nusantara 6), Spaceflight GTO 1: Beresheet (Genesis, SpaceIL Sparrow), S5 (Space Situational Awareness mission) - Falcon 9-069 (B1048.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 01:45
04 - March 2 - Dragon v2 (unmanned test) (SpX-DM1)- Falcon 9-070 (B1051.1) - Kennedy LC-39A - 07:49:03
05 - March 16 - WGS-10  [USA-291] - Delta IV-M+(5,4) [D-383] - Canaveral SLC-37 - 00:26:00.122
06 - April 11 - Arabsat 6A - Falcon Heavy-02 (B1052.1, B1055.1, B1053.1) - Kennedy LC-39A - 22:35:00.526
07 - April 17 - Cygnus NG-11 (CRS-11), SASSI2, ThinSat (x66) - Antares 230 - MARS LP-0A - 20:46:11
08 - May 4 - Dragon SpX-17 (CRS-17), OCO-3, STP-H6 - Falcon 9-071 (B1056.1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 06:48:58
09 - May 24 - Starlink v0.9 (x60) flight 1 - Falcon 9-072 (B1049.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 02:30
10 - June 12 - Radarsat C-1, Radarsat С-2, Radarsat С-3 - Falcon 9-073 (B1051.2) - Vandenberg SLC-4E - 14:17:10
11 - June 25 - DSX (SSTE 4, Cygnus, SET 1), FORMOSAT 7A/7B/7C/7D/7E/7F (COSMIC-2A equatorial), GPIM+AFIT SOS, OTB 1, NPSat 1, Oculus-ASR, Prox 1 + LightSail B, E-TBEx A, E-TBEx B, PSat 2, TEPCE 1, TEPCE 2, STP-2: BRICSat 2, FalconSat 7 (FS 7, Peregrine), ELaNa XV: ARMADILLO, CP 9 (LEO), StangSat - Falcon Heavy-03 (B1052.2, B1057.1, B1053.2) - Kennedy LC-39A - 06:30
12 - July 25 - Dragon SpX-18 (CRS-18), IDA-3, RFTSat, NARSSCube2, cubesat - Falcon 9-074 (B1056.2) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 22:01:56.492
13 - August 6 - Amos 17 - Falcon 9-075 (B1047.3) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 23:23:00.538
14 - August 8 - AEHF-5 [USA-292], TDO - Atlas V 551 (AV-083) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 10:13:00.246
15 - August 22 - GPS III SV02 "Magellan" [USA-293] - Delta-IV-M+(4,2) [D-384] - Canaveral SLC-37B - 13:06:00.167

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

2019
September 20 - NSLSat 1 - Astra Space - Kodiak
H2 - TBD - TBD - Kodiak
H2 - TBD - TBD - Kodiak
H2 - TBD - TBD - Kodiak
H2 - TBD - TBD - Kodiak
NET October 6 - CST-100 Starliner (unmanned test) (Boe-OFT) - Atlas V N22 (AV-080) - Canaveral SLC-41 (or November)
NET September  October 10 - ICON (Ionospheric Connection Explorer) [Explorer-96 (E-96), Helio-EX-1] - Pegasus XL - CCAFS, Runway 13/31, L-1011 "Stargazer" - 01:30
NET October 17  - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
October 21 - Cygnus NG-12 (CRS-12), ELaNa 25: HuskySat 1, SwampSat II - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A - 18:39
NET October - test launch (ballast/dummy payload, cubesats) - LauncherOne - Runway 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
November 4 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET November 13  H1 2020 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (or NLT May 13, 2020)
NET November - Kacific 1 (JCSat 18) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (or Q4 2019)
NET November - Anasis II - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40/Kennedy LC-39A
Fall - NROL-129 - Minotaur IV - MARS LA-08 (or Q4)
NET December 4  - Dragon SpX-19 (CRS-19), HISUI, CIRiS, EdgeCube, PTD-1 - Falcon 9 (B1056.3)  - Kennedy LC-39A (or Q1 2020)
NET December 8  H1 2020 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (or NLT June 8, 2020)
NET December 30 - CST-100 Starliner (manned test) (Boe-CFT) - Atlas V N22 (AV-082) - Canaveral SLC-41 (or Early 2020)
NET December 30 - Dragon v2 (manned test) (SpX-DM2) - Falcon 9 (B1058.1) - Kennedy LC-39A (or Early 2020)
NET November  December - ELaNa XX: CACTUS 1, CAPE 3, ExoCube 2, INCA, MicroMAS 2b, MiTEE 1, PICS 1, PICS 2, PolarCube, Q-PACE, RadFxSat 2 (Fox 1E), TechEdSat 7 - LauncherOne - Runway 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
Late - TBD - Electron - MARS
Late - Landmapper-HD 1 (Corvus-HD 1) (TBD), Unicorn-2a, Delfi-PQ1 - Vector-R B1003 (inaugural flight) - Kodiak
Late - SiriusXM SXM-7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

piggybacked:
NET H2 - LDPE-1 - NSSL - TBD
Late - Hiber - Vector-R - Kodiak (or 2020)

2020
Early - SAOCOM-1B - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
Early - test launch - Spinlaunch - Spaceport America (Truth or Consequences, NM)
January - GPS III SV03 “Columbus” - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
January - AFSPC-12: WFOV (Wide Field of View Testbed missile-warning satellite), ESPA - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
January-February - DARPA Launch Challenge - Vector-R - MARS
January-February - DARPA Launch Challenge - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
January-February - DARPA Launch Challenge - Astra - Kodiak
February 6 - Solar Orbiter (SolO)[LWS-5 Living With a Star mission-5] - Atlas V 411 (AV-0??) - Canaveral SLC-41 - 04:27
NET March 1 - Dragon SpX-20 (CRS-20), Bartolomeo (CEPHFISS) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
March - AEHF-6 - Atlas V 551 (AV-086) - Canaveral SLC-41
NET December 2019  Q1 - STP-27VP mission: MiniCarb, ELaNa 29: PAN A, PAN B - LauncherOne -  Runway15/33, Cape Canaveral, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET December 2019  Q1 - Ignis - LauncherOne - Guam International Airport, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET Q1 - Starling (x8) - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET Q1 - Spaceflight - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET Q1 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
NET Q1 - Carbonite 4 (CBNT 4) - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
NET Q1 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
H1 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 5 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H1 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H1 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H1 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H1 - Starlink v1.0 (x60) flight 9 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
Q2 - AFSPC-7 (TBD): X-37B OTV-6 - Atlas V 501 (AV-0??) - Canaveral SLC-41
Q2 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
Q2 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
April 20 - Cygnus NG-13 (CRS-13) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
April - AFSPC-8: GSSAP 5, GSSAP 6 - Atlas V 401 (AV-085) - Canaveral SLC-41
Mid-May - USCV-1: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET May - GPS III SV04 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
June - NROL-44: Orion 10 (Mentor 8 ) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-385] - Canaveral SLC-37B
Midyear - SiriusXM SXM-8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
July 17 - Mars robotic science rover, Mars Helicopter Scout, MMO (Mars Micro Orbiter), CubeSats - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - 13:00-14:40
August - NROL-101 - Atlas V 551 (AV-088) - Canaveral SLC-41
NET August - Dragon v2 SpX-21 (CRS-21), Bishop (NanoRacks Airlock Module) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
September - NROL-82: KH-11 18 (Crystal 18, Block 5 #2) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-386] - Vandenberg SLC-6
NET September - GPS III SV05 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET September - GOES-T - NSSL - Canaveral (or 2021)
Q3 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
Q3 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 10 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 11 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 12 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 13 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 14 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 15 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
H2 - Starlink (x60) flight 16 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
Q4 - Turksat 5A - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
Q4 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
Q4 - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
October H1 2021 - Cygnus NG-14 (CRS-14) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
October - CST-100 Starliner/Dragon v2 (commercial) - Atlas V N22/Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-41/Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-2: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
November - Jason-CS A (Sentinel-6A) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
NET November - SARah-1, TBD - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
NET November - Smallsat Rideshare Mission 1 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or Q1 2021)
Fall - AFSPC-44 - Falcon Heavy-04 - Kennedy LC-39A
December - CDARS (Cooperative Data and Rescue Services) - TBD - TBD
Late - Dragon v2 SpX-22 (CRS-22) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Late - TBD - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
Late - ARTEMIS - LauncherOne - Cornwall Spaceport (UK), Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
TBD - STP-3: STPSat-6, small satellite (x6) - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2021)
TBD - HyspIRI (Hyperspectral Infrared Imager) [Earth Systematic Mission] - NLSP-I - Vandenberg/Kodiak
TBD - NROL-111 - Minotaur I - MARS LP-0B
TBD - Open Cosmos sat - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - Spaceflight - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - Open Cosmos sat - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - TBD - Intrepid-1 - Kennedy LC-39C

piggybacked:
NET December 2019  Q1 - µHETsat - LauncherOne - Runway 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
  H2   Q4 - Astranis comsat - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
October - CougSat-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - LDPE-2 - NSSL - TBD (or 2021)
TBD - Gunsmoke-J - TBD - TBD
TBD - Gunsmoke-G - TBD - TBD
TBD - TROPICS (Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats) - TBD - TBD
TBD - ORS-8 - TBD - TBD

2021
NET February - GPS III SV06 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 (or NLT June 2021)
March - SBIRS-GEO 5 - Atlas V 411 - Canaveral SLC-41
March - CST-100 Starliner/Dragon v2 (commercial) - Atlas V N22/Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-41/Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q1 - first launch - OmegA - Kennedy LC-39B
Early  H1 - ViaSat-3 Americas - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A (or H2 2022)
H1  Midyear - ViaSat-3 EMEA-1 - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41 (or  2021-  H2 2022)
H1  H1 2022 - Cygnus NG-15 (CRS-15) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
April - Peregrine 1 (Astrobotic’s Lunar Lander), CubeRover - Vulcan-Centaur 522 (first launch) - Canaveral SLC-41 (or NET June)
April - STP-4 - NSSL - Canaveral
April - IXPE (Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer) [SMEX-14] - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-May - USCV-3: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Spring - AFSPC-52 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - GPS III SV07 - NSSL - Canaveral
July - DART (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
July-August - ASLON-45 spacelift mission - Vector - MARS
August - CST-100 Starliner/Dragon v2 (commercial) - Atlas V N22/Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-41/Kennedy LC-39A
September - Dream Chaser Cargo System 1st flight (SNC-1) - Vulcan Centaur 542 (second launch) - Canaveral SLC-41
September - SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) [Earth Systematic Mission] - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or April 2022)
NLT September - SARah-2, SARah-3 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
Q3 - ASLON-45 spacelift mission - Aevum - Cecil Air and Space Port in Jacksonville, Florida
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-23 (CRS-23) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - Spaceflight mission - Terran-1 - TBD
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-24 (CRS-24) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
October 16 - Lucy [Discovery 13] - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
Mid-November - USCV-4: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
November - Landsat 9 - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E (or December 15, 2020)
December - NROL-85: Intruder 13A / 13B (TBD) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
December - NROL-87 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
Late - Orion: Artemis 1 (EM-1 DRO Tactical DRM), NEA Scout, Lunar Flashlight, BioSentinel, Skyfire, Lunar IceCube, LunaH-Map, CuSP (CuSPP+), EQUULEUS, OMOTENASHI, ArgoMoon, Cislunar Explorer A (CEA), Cislunar Explorer B (CEB), CU-E3 (Colorado University Earth Escape Explorer), Miles - SLS Block I/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B (or 2022)
Late - Inmarsat 6B - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
Late - GPS III SV08 - NSSL - Canaveral
Late - TBD - Firefly Beta - Vandenberg SLC-2W (or 2022)
TBD - Turksat 5B - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - WorldView Legion sat (xTBD) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - WorldView Legion sat (xTBD) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
TBD - O3b mPower (x3) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - O3b mPower (x4) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

TBD - XBASE: B330 on ISS - Vulcan-Centaur 564 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - inaugural flight - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A (or 2022)
TBD - inaugural flight - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48 (or 2022)
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48 (or 2022)
TBD - TBD - Phantom Express (XS-P) - Canaveral SLC-48 (or 2022)
TBD - Open Cosmos sat - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
TBD - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16
TBD - Telesat LEO Vantage (xTBD) - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16 (or 2022)

piggybacked:
Early - GTOSat - NSSL - Canaveral
July - Nova-C (Intuitive Machines Lunar Lander) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - XL-1 (Masten Space Systems Lunar Lander) - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - CLOUD (x3) (Cloud Observation for Updraft Determination) (Earth Venture 2 Candidate) - NLSP-I - Vandenberg
TBD - ARCSTONE (Earth Venture 2 Candidate) - NLSP-I - Canaveral
TBD - KPLO (Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
Midyear 2020  TBD - HAKUTO-R Lunar Lander mission 1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40

2022
January - Solar Sentinals - NLSP-I - Canaveral
March - NROL-107: SILENTBARKER - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
Q1 - Smallsat Rideshare Mission 2 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
H1  H1 2023 - Cygnus NG-16 (CRS-16) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-5: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - Orion: Artemis 2 (EM-2 Crew to Cis-lunar NRHO) - SLS Block I/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B (or April 2023)
August 18 - PACE (Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem) - TBD - Vandenberg
August 20 - Psyche [Discovery 14], EscaPADE (Escape and Plasma Acceleration and Dynamics Explorers) [SIMPLEx program candidate] - NLSP-I - Canaveral
NET August - SBIRS-GEO 6 - Atlas V 411 - Canaveral SLC-41  (or October 2021-September 2022)
NET August - PUNCH-NFI [SMEX 15A], PUNCH-WFI1 [SMEX 15B], PUNCH-WFI2 [SMEX 15C], PUNCH-WFI3 [SMEX 15D], TRACERS A [SMEX 16A], TRACERS B [SMEX 16] - NLSP-II - TBD
September - Gateway PPE - NSSL - Canaveral
Q3 - AFSPC-67, LDPE-3 - NSSL - TBD
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-25 (CRS-25) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
H2 - NROL-91: Orion 12 (Mentor 10) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-387] - Vandenberg SLC-6
H2 - NROL-68: Orion 11 (Mentor 9) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-388] - Canaveral SLC-37B
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-26 (CRS-26) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-6: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
Late - Eutelsat comsat - New Glenn  - Canaveral SLC-36B
Late - ASBM (Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission) (x2) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - JCSat comsat - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B (or 2023)
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-2) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - ACE (Aerosol-Cloud-Ecosystems) [Earth Systematic Mission] - NLSP-I - Vandenberg
TBD - Open Cosmos sat - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - York Space Systems - Vector-H - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - second launch - OmegA - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Mid-Sized Moon Lander - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - GPS III SV09 - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - GPS III SV10 - NSSL - Canaveral
2021  TBD - mu Space Corp Geo Comsat - New Glenn  - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - mu Space LEO satellite - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
TBD - Restore-L - NSSL - Vandenberg

piggybacked:
NET Q4 - LDPE-4 - NSSL - TBD
TBD - Janus [SIMPLEx program candidate] - TBD - TBD
TBD - Lunar Trailblazer [SIMPLEx program candidate] - TBD - TBD

2023
January 1-17 - Europa Clipper (Orbiter) - SLS Block I/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B (or 2025)
January - JPSS-2, LOFTID (Low Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator) - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
Q1 - Smallsat Rideshare Mission 3 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
H1  H1 2024 - Cygnus NG-17 (CRS-17) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-7: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-27 (CRS-27) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
H2 - NROL-70 - Delta IV-H [D-389] - Canaveral SLC-37B
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-28 (CRS-28) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-8: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET November - WGS-11 - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-3) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Manned Circumlunar Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
TBD - GEO-CAPE (Geostationary Coastal and Air Pollution Events) [Earth Systematic Mission] -  NLSP-I - Canaveral
TBD - NG-OPIR-Polar 1 - Falcon-9/Vulcan Centaur - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - NG-OPIR-GEO 1 - Falcon-9/Vulcan Centaur - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - TBD - Vulcan-ACES - TBD
TBD - Open Cosmos sat - Vector-RE1 - Kodiak/Vandenberg/MARS
TBD - Blue Moon mission - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B (or 2024)
TBD - SPHEREx (Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer) - TBD - TBD
TBD - NTS-3: NTS-3A (Navigational Test Satellite-3) - Vulcan-Centaur/Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-3E/4E

piggybacked:
Midyear 2021  TBD - HAKUTO-R Lunar Rover mission 2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
TBD - LDPE-5 - NSSL - TBD
TBD - LDPE-6 - NSSL - TBD
TBD - LDPE-7 - NSSL - TBD

2024
H1  H1 2025 - Cygnus NG-18 (CRS-18) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-9: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Midyear - TDRS-4G-1 (Next Gen Earth Relay 1) - NSSL - Canaveral
Midyear - TDRS-4G-2 (Next Gen Earth Relay 2) - NSSL - Canaveral
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-29 (CRS-29) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-30 (CRS-30) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET October - DYNAMIC (Dynamical Neutral Atmosphere-Ionosphere Coupling) [STP-05 - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-05] - NLSP-II - Canaveral
Mid-November - USCV-10: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
December - GOES-U - NSSL - Canaveral (or Q4)
Late - IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) [STP-05 - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-05], SWFO-L1 (Space Weather Forward Observatory L1 mission) - TBD - TBD
TBD - LOP-G Hab - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Lander modules (to Gateway) - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Orion: Artemis 3 (EM-3 Crew to Gateway with landing on Moon) - SLS Block I/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Logistics Resupply, Robotic Arm (Gateway) - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-4) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Gateway Logistics/ARM - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Large-Sized Moon Lander - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - TBD - OmegA Heavy - Kennedy LC-39B

2025
Early - Orion: Artemis 4 (crew launch to Gateway, landing on the lunar surface) - SLS Block IB/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
H1  H1 2026 - Cygnus NG-19 (CRS-19) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-11: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
September - WFIRST-AFTA (Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope - Astrophysics Focused Telescope Assets) [Astrophysics Decadal Mission Astro-1] - Vulcan-ACES 564/Falcon Heavy - Canaveral
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-31 (CRS-31) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-32 (CRS-32) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-12: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-5) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41

2026
H1  H1 2027 - Cygnus NG-20 (CRS-20) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-13: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - JPSS-3 (PFO) - NLSP II - Vandenberg
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-33 (CRS-33) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-34 (CRS-34) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-14: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22/Vulcan-Centaur - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-6) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Orion: Artemis 5 (crew launch to Gateway, landing on the lunar surface) - SLS Block IB/EUS II - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Logistics Resupply (Gateway) - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Artemis 6 (crew launch to Gateway, landing on the lunar surface)  - SLS Block IB/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Sample Fetch Rover, Earth Return Orbiter [Mars Sample Return (MSR)] - SLS Block 1B - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Lunar Sample Return - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - Advanced Exploration Moon Lander - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - GPS IIIF-01 (SV11) - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - Dragonfly [New Frontiers-4] - NLSP-II - TBD

2027
H1  H1 2028 - Cygnus NG-21 (CRS-21) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-15: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-35 (CRS-35) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-36 (CRS-36) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-16: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22/Vulcan-Centaur - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-7) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Orion: Artemis 7 (crew launch to Gateway, landing on the lunar surface) - SLS Block IB/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B

2028
H1 - Cygnus NG-22 (CRS-22) - Antares-230 - MARS LP-0A
Mid-May - USCV-17: Dragon v2 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - Dragon v2 SpX-37 (CRS-37) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q4 - Dragon v2 SpX-38 (CRS-380) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Mid-November - USCV-18: CST-100 Starliner - Atlas V N22/Vulcan-Centaur - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-8 ) - Vulcan Centaur 542 - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - DST: Artemis-8 (EM-8 Cargo to Cis-lunar NRHO)- SLS Block IB/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B (or 2029)

2029
TBD - Orion: Artemis-9 (EM-9 Crew to Cis-lunar NRHO) - SLS Block II - Kennedy LC-39B

2030
TBD - Orion: Artemis-10 (EM-10 Crew to Cis-lunar NRHO) - SLS Block II - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - Landsat 10 - NLSP-II - Vandenberg (or Late 2020s)

2031
Q3 - JPSS-4 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg

Acronyms:
AFSPC-#     - Air Force Space Command-#
DRO            - Distant Retrograde Orbit
DSG            - Deep Space Gateway
DST             - Deep Space Transport
EELV           - Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program
EM-#          - Exploration Mission-#   
ESPA          - EELV Secondary Payload Adapter
LDPE-#      -  Long Duration Propulsive ESPA
LOP-G         - Lunar Orbital Platform – Gateway
LOP-G Hab  - LOP-G Habitation module
NFI              - Narrow Field Imager
NG-OPIR     - Next-Generation Overhead Persistent InfraRed
NLSP-I        - NASA Launch Services Program I
NLSP-II       - NASA Launch Services Program II
NRHO          - Near-Rectilinear Halo Orbit
NSSL           - National Security Space Launch program
PPE             - Power and Propulsion Element of LOP-G
PUNCH        - Polarimeter to Unify the Corona and Heliosphere
SBIRS          - Space Based Infrared System
SIMPLEx      - Small Innovative Missions for Planetary Exploration
STP-#          - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-#
TRACERS     - Tandem Reconnection and Cusp Electrodynamics Reconnaissance Satellites
USCV-#       - US Crew Vehicle-#
WFI             - Wide Field Imager

Statistics (active):
Antares           - 10 (WI - 10)
Atlas V            - 80 (СС - 65; Va - 15)
Delta IV          - 40 (СС - 32; Va - 8 )
Falcon 9         - 74 (СС - 59; Va - 15)
Falcon Heavy - 3 (CC - 3)
Minotaur        - 17 (СС - 1; Va - 7; WI - 7; Kd - 2)
Minotaur-C    - 11 (Va - 11)
Pegasus        - 43 (СС - 6; Va - 21; WI - 6; Ed - 5; Kw - 4; Ga - 1)

CC - Cape Canaveral Air Force Station; Ed - Edwards AFB; Kw - Kwajalein Island; Va - Vandenberg AFB; WI - Wallops Flight Facility; Ga - Base Aerea de Gando

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2485 on: 08/27/2019 08:40 am »
Unclear:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

2020 - BlackSky Global (x 10+) - TBD - TBD (or PSLV)
NET 2020 - AFSPC-9 - Atlas V/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2020 - AFSPC-10 - Atlas V/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2020 - OneWeb  (x2) - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2020 - OneWeb  (x2) - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2020 - OneWeb  (x2) - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
NET 2020 - OneWeb  (x2) - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
Late 2021 - OptiSARTM Optical (x4), OptiSARTM Radar (x4) - TBD - TBD
2021 - NSTP-Sat - TBD - TBD
NET 2021 - Lunar Bullet - NEPTUNE N3 - open-ocean location off the California coast/KSC
NET 2021 - 30+ CubeSats, tubesats - NEPTUNE N5 - open-ocean location off the California coast/KSC
NET 2021 - 27 CubeSats, tubesats (Ballistic Lunar Transfer) - NEPTUNE N5 - open-ocean location off the California coast/KSC
NET 2021 - Starlink deployment  (many launches) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET 2021 - OneWeb (xTBD) - New Glenn - Vandenberg (or Ariane 62)
NET 2021 - OneWeb (xTBD) - New Glenn - Vandenberg (or Ariane 62)
NET 2021 - OneWeb (xTBD) - New Glenn - Vandenberg (or Ariane 62)
NET 2021 - OneWeb (xTBD) - New Glenn - Vandenberg (or Ariane 62)
NET 2021 - OneWeb (xTBD) - New Glenn - Vandenberg (or Ariane 62)
NET 2021 - BlackSky Global (x 14) partner satellite - TBD - TBD (or PSLV)
NET 2021 - WorldView Legion sat 2 - NSSL - Vandenberg
NET 2021 - MEV-3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-4 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-5 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-9 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - MEV-10 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane/Proton)
NET 2021 - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16
NET 2021 - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16
NET 2021 - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16
NET 2021 - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16
NET 2021 - TBD - Terran-1/Momentus Vigoride - Canaveral SLC-16

Q3 2022 - Helio-SMEX-1 - NLSP-II - TBD
Q4 2022 - ASCENDS (Active Sensing of CO2 Emissions over Nights, Days, and Seasons) [Earth Systematic Mission] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET 2022 - Telesat LEO Vantage constellation multi-lanch agreement - New Glenn - Canaveral/vandenberg
NET 2022 - OptiSARTM Optical (x4), OptiSARTM Radar (x4) - TBD - TBD
NET 2022 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2022 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2022 - GPS III SV09 - NSSL - Canaveral
NET 2022 - GPS III SV10 - NSSL - Canaveral
NET 2022 - B330 - Vulcan-Centaur 564 - Canaveral SLC-41
2022-2023 - WSF-M 1 - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
Mid-2023 - Astro EX-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2023 - ESDS-01 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2023 - Helio-EX-2 - NLSP-II - Canaveral
2023 - Axiom Space’s module - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2023-2025 - GRACE-II [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
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 - NG-OPIR-Polar 2 - Falcon-9/Vulcan Centaur - Canaveral SLC 40/41
NET 2024 - NG-OPIR-GEO 2 - Falcon-9/Vulcan Centaur - Canaveral SLC 40/41
NET 2024 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2024 - Cargo Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2024 - Manned Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2024 - Manned Mars Mission - Super Heavy/Starship - Kennedy LC-39A/Boca Chica
NET 2024 - Japan cis-lunar cargo ship - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
NET 2024 - ESPRIT module (LOP-G) - 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

Mid-2025 - STP-06 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2025 - ESDS-02 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2025 - EVM-3 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2025 - Helio-EX-3 - NLSP-II - TBD
Q4 2025 - Europa Lander - SLS Block IB - Kennedy LC-39B
NET 2025 - AEHF-7 - Vulcan-Centaur/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - AEHF-8 - Vulcan-Centaur/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - TDRS-4G-3 (Next Gen Earth Relay 3) - NSSL - Canaveral
NET 2025 - TDRS-4G-4 (Next Gen Earth Relay 4) - NSSL - Canaveral
H2 2025-2026 - HOVER (Hyperspectral Observer for Venus Reconnaissance) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - VERITAS (Venus geophysical orbiter) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - MAGIC (Callisto geophysical mission) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - Chimera (Centaur flyby) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - FOSSIL (Fragments from the Origins of the Solar System and our Interstellar Locale) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - MANTIS (Main-belt Asteroid and NEO Tour with Imaging and Spectroscopy) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - Io Volcano Observer [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - COMPASS (Climate Orbiter for Mars Polar Atmospheric and Subsurface Science) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - ISOCHRON (Inner Solar System Chronology) (lunar sample return) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - Moon Diver (study a lunar cave) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - NanoSWARM (lunar swirls) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
H2 2025-2026 - DAVINCI (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging) [Discovery 15 candidate] - TBD - TBD (or H2 2028-2029)
April 15 - May 5, 2026 - Trident (Trident Triton flyby) [Discovery 15 candidate] - Atlas V 401 - Canaveral SLC-41
Mid-2026- Astro-SMEX-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
NET 2026- WSF-M 2 - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-02 (SV12) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-03 (SV13) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-04 (SV14) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-05 (SV15) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-06 (SV16) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-07 (SV17) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-08 (SV18) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-09 (SV19) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-10 (SV20) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-11 (SV21) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-12 (SV22) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-13 (SV23) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-14 (SV24) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-15 (SV25) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-16 (SV26) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-17 (SV27) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-18 (SV28) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-19 (SV29) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-20 (SV30) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-21 (SV31) - NSSL - Canaveral
2026-2034 - GPS IIIF-22 (SV32) - NSSL - Canaveral
Mid-2027 - ESDS-03 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2028 - Astro EX-3 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2028 - ESDS-04 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2028 - Discovery 16 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2028 - New Frontiers 5 - NLSP-II - TBD
2028 - Mars Mission - NLSP-II - TBD
Q2 2029 - Lunar Geophysical Network [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Q2 2029 - Io Probe [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Q2 2029 - VICI (Venus In-Situ Composition Investigations) [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Q2 2029 - ELSAH (Enceladus Life Signatures and Habitability) [New Frontiers-5 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2029 - EVM-4 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2029 - Helio-SMEX-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
Late 2020s - NG-OPIR-GEO 3 - Falcon-9/Vulcan Centaur - Canaveral SLC 40/41
Late 2020s - NeMO (New Mars Orbiter) - Falcon 9/Atlas V 411 - Canaveral SLC 40/41
Late 2020s - Mars orbiter - NLSP-II - TBD
2020s - WSF‐E - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2020s - WSF‐G - NLSP-II - Canaveral
January 2030 - Areostationary Relay Satellite-1 - NLSP-II - Canaveral
Mid-2030 - ESDS-05 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2030 - HST Disposal (Hubble Space Telescope Disposal Mission) - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2030 - Discovery 17 - NLSP-II - TBD
NET 2030 - 3D Winds (Demo) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - GACM (Global Atmosphere Composition Mission) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - LIST (Lidar Surface Topography) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - PATH (Precision and All-Weather Temperature and Humidity) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET 2030 - SCLP (Snow and Cold Land Processes) [Earth Systematic Missions Candidate] - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
NET October 2031 - GPS III-32 - NSSL - Canaveral
Q2 2032  - New Frontiers-6 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2032 - ESDS-06 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2032 - EVM-5 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2032  - Helio-EX-4 - NLSP-II - TBD
2032 - MEDICI (Magnetosphere Energetics, Dynamics, and Ionospheric Coupling Investigation) [STP-07] - NLSP-II - Canaveral
February 2033 - Areostationary Relay Satellite-2 - NLSP-II - Canaveral
Mid-2033 - Astro EX-4 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2033 - ESDS-07 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2033 - LWS-7 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2033 - Astro-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2033 - Astro-3 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2034 - Astro-SMEX-4 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2035 - Helio-SMEX-3 - NLSP-II - TBD
2035 - Origins Space Telescope (Far IR Surveyor) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
2035 - HabEx (Habitable Exoplanet Imaging Mission) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
2035 - Lynx (X-Ray Surveyor) [Astro2020 candidate] - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2036 - ESDS-08 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2036 - EVM-6 - NLSP-II - TBD
2036 - JPSS-5 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2036 - Astro-4 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2037 - STP-08 - NLSP-II - TBD (or Mid-2039)
Mid-2039 - ESDS-09 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2039 - Astro-5 - NLSP-II - TBD
2039 - LUVOIR (Large Ultraviolet/Optical/Infrared Surveyor - large 16-meter space telescope) [Astro2020 candidate] - SLS - Kennedy LC-39B
2030s - Landsat 11 - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2030s - Interstellar Probe - TBD - TBD
Mid-2041 - EVM-7 - NLSP-II - TBD
2041 - JPSS-6 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
Mid-2042 - STP-09 - NLSP-II - TBD
Mid-2042 - Astro-6 - NLSP-II - TBD
NET 2043 - LWS-8 - NLSP-II - TBD
2046 - JPSS-7 (PFO) - NLSP-II - TBD
2050s - JPSS-8 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2050s - JPSS-9 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2050s - JPSS-10 (PFO) - NLSP-II - Vandenberg
2069 - interstellar mission - TBD - TBD
TBD - WGS-12 - NSSL - Canaveral
TBD - SBSS FO 1 - NSSL/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 2 - NSSL/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 3 - NSSL/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 4 - NSSL/Minotaur - TBD
TBD - SBSS FO 5 - NSSL/Minotaur - TBD

piggybacked:
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 - Gunsmoke-L - TBD - TBD

Acronyms:
Astro-#           - Astro decadal mission
Astro EX-#      - Astrophysics Explorer Mission
Astro-SMEX-#  - Astrophysics Small Explorer Mission
DST                - Deep Space Transport
EELV               - Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle
ESDS-#           - Earth Science Decadal Survey Mission
EVM-#             - Earth Venture Mission
Helio-EX-#       - Heliophysics Explorer Mission -
Helio-SMEX-#   - Heliophysics Small Explorer Mission
LWS-#             - Living With a Star mission
NG-OPIR           - Next-Generation Overhead Persistent InfraRed
NSSL               - National Security Space Launch program
SBIRS              - Space Based Infrared System
STP-#             - Solar-Terrestrial Probes
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

Changes on September 4th
Changes on September 11th
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2486 on: 08/27/2019 10:57 am »
Kacific 1 to launch 2020
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2487 on: 08/27/2019 01:48 pm »
https://www.nasa.gov/content/upcoming-elana-cubesat-launches
SpX-19 now TBD, was on December, 4. So I suppose, it will be moved.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2488 on: 08/30/2019 10:26 am »
ICON launch will be on October 10th as per https://www.flickr.com/photos/nasakennedy/48642896996/

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« Reply #2490 on: 09/04/2019 05:59 am »
https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=48963.msg1988542#msg1988542
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Aeronomy at Earth: Tools for Heliophysics Exploration and Research (AETHER)

AETHER would explore the ionosphere-thermosphere system and its response to geomagnetic storms. From a position aboard the International Space Station, it could gather observations of the ionosphere – the area of our atmosphere that overlaps with the lower regions of space. These observations would be complemented by ground observations of electrons in the same region. The mission would provide information on how the neutral, terrestrial-weather-driven thermosphere interacts with the ionosphere’s charged particles. Understanding how the neutral atmosphere affects the ions and vice versa is key to better understanding the complex space weather system surrounding our planet, which affects spacecraft and astronauts flying through it. The launch of AETHER would be no later than 2024. The principal investigator for AETHER is James Clemmons at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

Electrojet Zeeman Imaging Explorer (EZIE)

EZIE would focus on an electric current known as the auroral electrojet, which circles through the atmosphere around 60 to 90 miles above Earth, near the poles. Using three SmallSats to measure magnetic fields, EZIE would observe the structure of electrojets and explore what causes them and how they evolve. Electrojets are part of a larger space weather system that can lead to oscillations in Earth’s magnetic fields, creating geomagnetic storms that can interfere with spacecraft and – at their most intense – utility grids on the ground. Knowing how electrojets form and grow could contribute to ultimately predicting such storms. EZIE would launch as part of the agency’s CubeSat Launch Initiative. EZIE also would launch no later than 2024. The principal investigator for EZIE is Jeng-Hwa Yee at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2491 on: 09/06/2019 10:26 am »
STA requests for the next four Starlink missions are now up.

Mission 1455: Oct 10 - Apr 10
  1514-EX-ST-2019
  1546-EX-ST-2019
 ASDS location: 32.54722 N, 75.92306 W

Mission 1489: Oct 25 - Apr 25
  1604-EX-ST-2019 
  1605-EX-ST-2019
  Same ASDS coordinates.

Mission 1501: Nov 13 - May 13
  1607-EX-ST-2019
  1609-EX-ST-2019
  Same ASDS coordinates

Mission 1502: Dec 8 - Jun 8
  1610-EX-ST-2019
  1611-EX-ST-2019
  Same ASDS coordinates

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2493 on: 09/10/2019 03:56 am »
Space and Missile Systems Center awards $4.9 million Small Rocket Program-Orbital contract for Agile Small Launch Operational Normalizer (ASLON)-45 mission

By SMC Public Affairs, Space and Missile Systems Center Launch Enterprise / Published September 09, 2019

The U.S. Air Force’s Rocket Systems Launch Program (RSLP) office, part of the Space and Missile Systems Center Launch Enterprise, awarded a $4.9 million contract to Aevum, Inc. today for the Agile Small Launch Operational Normalizer (ASLON)-45 space lift mission via RSLP’s Small Rocket Program-Orbital (SRP-O) framework.  The ASLON-45 mission will provide orbital launch services in support of the Department of Defense Space Test Program and other Government agencies; improving the DOD’s real-time threat warnings.

SMC originally selected Vector Launch, Inc. for the award; however, Vector formally withdrew on Aug. 26, 2019.  The RSLP used the Federal Acquisition Regulation Part 13.5 Simplified Acquisition Procedures to expedite another award  to deliver affordable innovative warfighter capabilities faster.

“We re-awarded this mission in just 14 days, with no impact to launch or mission,” said Lt. Col. Ryan Rose, Small Launch and Targets Division Chief.  “My team is working hard to make contract awards faster and this is an outstanding example of how we exemplify resiliency and flexibility in our contracting and acquisition practices,” she added.

This will be the first U.S. Air Force mission for Aevum, Inc. and will be launched from Cecil Air and Space Port in Jacksonville, Fla.  The initial launch capability of the ASLON-45 mission is scheduled for the third quarter of 2021.

“The Small Rocket Program-Orbital framework provides orbital launch services to academia, DOD, and other Government agencies for operations, research, development, and test missions and is a shining example of SMC’s drive to provide innovation and partnership across the Enterprise faster than ever before,” said Col. Robert Bongiovi, director of SMC’s Launch Enterprise. “These orbital missions, like ALSON-45, can be used to directly support the warfighter and demonstrate new weapon system technologies and concepts.”



[Space News] Vector relinquishes Air Force launch contract, mission re-awarded to Aevum
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The ASLON-45 space vehicle manifest will consist of multiple 3U and larger U.S. government cubesats to low Earth orbit (LEO) at a 45 degree inclination. The vendor must provide all required dispensers and perform all payload integration and launch operations.
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2494 on: 09/10/2019 08:31 pm »
Cross-post re: Kacific-1 launch:
In the last two weeks, Kacific has put out two press releases saying they are launching in 2019.
https://kacific.com/news/agile-players-gravity-and-kacific-bring-competition-to-broadband-market/
https://kacific.com/news/kacific-taps-abs-ground-infrastructure-for-its-gateway-services-to-the-philippines-and-the-greater-pacific-region/

This press release was published yesterday by a Kacific customer:
https://www.capacitymedia.com/articles/3824202/kacific1-satellite-to-stream-broadband-to-new-zealanders-but-too-late-for-the-rugby
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However, with the cup final due on 2 November, fans won’t be able to use Kacific1 to watch matches this time round. SpaceX has not yet fixed the launch date beyond saying it will be in November on a Falcon 9 rocket.

Simultaneously, Shotwell stated this morning that "this is first year we’re ready before customers [which is] why some launches [are] slipping into 2020." So it's probably a satellite/customer-side delay.

https://twitter.com/jeff_foust/status/1171431933865127937
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« Reply #2495 on: 09/11/2019 11:44 am »
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190911005177/en/Relativity-Space-Signs-Launch-Services-Agreement-Multiple
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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Relativity Space, the world’s first autonomous rocket factory and launch services leader for satellites, today announced that it has signed a Launch Services Agreement (LSA) with Momentus, the provider of in-space shuttle services that move satellites between orbits, to launch Momentus’ small and medium satellite customers on Relativity’s Terran 1 rocket, the world’s first and only entirely 3D printed rocket. Momentus will then deliver their customers’ small and medium sized satellites to geosynchronous orbit (GEO) using the Momentus Vigoride Extended in-space shuttle service.
The agreement includes Momentus’ purchase of a first launch, scheduled for 2021, with options for five additional launches with Relativity. The agreement opens access to a more diverse range of orbits for Terran 1 including geostationary transfer orbit (GTO), Lunar and deep space orbits, lower inclinations, and phasing of multiple spacecraft in low Earth orbit (LEO) and medium Earth orbit (MEO). Small satellites will have access to even more flexible launch capabilities with Momentus-enabled missions combined with Terran 1’s class-leading features.
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2496 on: 09/11/2019 04:10 pm »
Cross-post re: ICON launch date and time:
From Long-delayed NASA science satellite gets October launch date, dated September 10
Launch time is 9:30 p.m. EDT Oct. 9 = 0130 UTC Oct. 10
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« Reply #2498 on: 09/11/2019 05:13 pm »
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FALCON 9

The next SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral is scheduled for mid-late October followed
by November. Upcoming launches include the next set of launches for the Starlink internet
constellation; the launch of the JCSAT-18/Kacific-1 commsat for Japan; an in-flight abort test of the
Crew Dragon capsule; and the CRS-19 Dragon resupply mission to the ISS.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #2499 on: 09/11/2019 05:19 pm »

2019-10-17F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 1LEO~14kC-40.
2019-10 (NET)F91046.4XCCiCap In-Flight Abort TestSUB.C-39AN/A
2019-11-04F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 2LEO.C-40.
2019-11F9..JCSAT-18/Kacific-1GTO6800C-40.
2019-12F9..CRS SpX-19LEO~10kC.
2019-lateF9..SiriusXM SXM-7GTO>5400C(80)
2019 (NET)F9.SStarlink v1 Flight 3LEO.C-40.
2019-11 (NET)F9..ANASIS-IIGTO.C.
2019 (NET)F91058SCCtCap DM2 (Crew)LEO.C-39A.

 

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