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Re: SpaceX Falcon Heavy : USSF-52 : KSC LC-39A : October 2022
« Reply #100 on: 06/23/2022 04:33 am »
NextSpaceflight indicates that the launch is now scheduled for [NET] April 2023.

« Last Edit: 08/15/2022 08:32 pm by zubenelgenubi »
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Re: SpaceX Falcon Heavy : USSF-52 : KSC LC-39A : 2023
« Reply #101 on: 08/15/2022 08:34 pm »
SFN Launch Schedule update, August 15:
USSF-52 launch TBD.



Falcon Heavy first stage assignments:
Yeah it was previously planned for them to use the same side boosters on all [the upcoming USSF] missions but back then the order was 44, 52, and 67. Now it appears to be the opposite so [USSF-67] will likely fly those side boosters as new boosters and then proceed with 52 and 44 reusing them
Has the center core assignments changed for these missions?
Not aware of that, not sure they would care about changing those since they're all expendable anyways
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Re: SpaceX Falcon Heavy : USSF-52 : KSC LC-39A : Q2 2023
« Reply #102 on: Today at 07:56 am »
SFN, After a three-year wait, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy could launch again later this month, October 5
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Another Space Force satellite delivery mission booked on a Falcon Heavy, codenamed USSF-52, is now planned to launch in the second quarter of 2023 — between April 1 and June 30.
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