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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4400 on: 02/08/2022 07:27 pm »
https://www.ses.com/our-coverage/launches
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Launch date | Q1 2022
O3b mPOWER
Medium Earth Orbit
Launch vehicle: Falcon 9
Satellite manufacturer: Boeing Satellite System

Launch date | H2 2022
O3b mPOWER
Medium Earth Orbit
Launch vehicle: Falcon 9
Satellite manufacturer: Boeing Satellite System

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4401 on: 02/09/2022 06:46 am »
https://twitter.com/Astra/status/1491207771353587713?cxt=HHwWgoCpnafk6rEpAAAA
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Launch attempt update: @NASA’s ELaNa 41 mission is scheduled for Thurs., Feb. 10. Launch window opens at 12:00pm PT / 3:00pm ET (20:00 UTC).

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4402 on: 02/09/2022 07:11 am »
Launched:
№ – 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 (x2), 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 - Falcon 9-136 (B1058.10 LZ-1) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 15:25:39.098
03 - January 13 - “Above The Clouds” STP-27VPB: ADLER-1, 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), GSSAP 6 (Hornet 6) - 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 - 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

' - unsuccessful landing

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

2022
February 19 - Cygnus NG-17 (CRS-17) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A - 17:39:59
February 20 - Starlink group 4-8 (x49) flight 37 [v1.5 L08] - Falcon 9-141 (ASOG) - Canaveral SLC-40 - 14:54 (or 16:13)
Late February  - Starlink group 4-11 (x51) flight 38 [v1.5 L09] - Falcon 9-142 (OCISLY) - Vandenberg SLC-4E
February    20   28 - S4 CROSSOVER hosted payload - Rocket 3.3 (Astra) [LV0009] - Kodiak LP-3B - 14:30
March 1 - GOES-T - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41 - 21:38-23:38
NET February  Early March - Starlink group 4-9 (x49) flight 39 [v1.5 L10] - Falcon 9-143 (JRTI) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
March 30  - AX-1: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A - 18:45
NET February  March - Starlink group 4-10 (x49) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
March - TROPICS 1, TROPICS 2 - Rocket 3.x (Astra) - Kwajalein / Canaveral
NET March - NROL-107: SILENTBARKER - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET March - #GLHF (#GoodLuckHaveFun) - Terran-1 (first flight) - Canaveral SLC-16
NET March - Starlink group ?? (x51) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Vandenberg SLC-4E
NET March - Starlink group ?? (x51) flight ?? [v1.5 L??] - Falcon 9 (ASDS) - Vandenberg SLC-4E
  Q1   NET March - O3b mPower 1, O3b mPower 2, O3b mPower 3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or Q2)
  Q1   NET March - USSF-44: TBD, TETRA-1 - Falcon Heavy-04 (B1064.1 JRTI, B1066.1, B1065.1 ASOG) - Kennedy LC-39A
  Q1   NET March - STP-S28A cubesat (x4) ELaNa 39 - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
  Q1   NET March - 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
Q2 - Inmarsat GX6B (Inmarsat-6 F2) - Falcon 9 / Falcon Heavy - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q2 - IM-1 (Nova-C), Spacebit rover, DOGE-1 - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q2 - TBD - Firefly Alpha (FLTA003) - Canaveral SLC-20
NET April 8-23 or May 7-21 - Artemis I (Uncrewed test flight of Orion), ArgoMoon, BioSentinel, CU-E3 (Colorado University Earth Escape Explorer) (TBD), CuSP (CuSPP+), EQUULEUS, LunaH-Map, Lunar Flashlight (TBD), Lunar IceCube, LunIR (Skyfire), Miles, NEA Scout, OMOTENASHI - SLS Block 1/iCPS - Kennedy LC-39B - 22:56-23:17 (or June 6-16 and June 29-July 12)
April 14 - USSF-52 - Falcon Heavy-05 (ASDS, B1070.1, ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A (or Q2)
NET April 15 - USCV-4: Crew Dragon (Crew-4) - Falcon 9 (B1067.4 ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A ~12:00
April - USSF-12: WFOV (Wide Field of View Testbed missile-warning satellite), LDPE-2 - Atlas V 541 - Canaveral SLC-41
April - Transporter-4: Alba Cluster 5 [Kilimanjaro-1, PyCubed-1, TartanArtibeus-1], CZE-BDSat, GNOMES-3, ION-SCV, MP42, Pixxel-2, Satellogic sats, RROCI, Shared Sat 2, Sherpa-FX5 [Agile MicroSat (AMS), Lynk-07, Hawk-6A, Hawk-6B, Hawk-6C, CNCE, Heron Mk II, hosted payload: TROOP-4],  Sherpa-LTC1 [LLITED 1, LLITED 2, Lynk Tower 1, SPiN-1, KSF 2A (PPM 1A), KSF 2B (PPM 1B), KSF 2C (PPM 1C), KSF 2D (PPM 1D)], UMBRA-03, UMBRA-04 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E
April - Nilesat-301 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
April - TROPICS 3, TROPICS 4 - Rocket 3.x (Astra) - Kwajalein / Canaveral
NET April - SARah-1, XVI,  Sherpa-NG - Falcon 9 (LZ-4) - Vandenberg SLC-4E
May 1 - Dragon v2 SpX-25 (CRS-25), iROSA 3A, iROSA 4A - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET Early May - TROPICS 5, TROPICS 6 - Rocket 3.x (Astra) - Kwajalein / Canaveral (or NLT July 31)
May 15-June 13 - WorldView Legion 1, WorldView Legion 2 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E / Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
May 20 - CST-100 Starliner (unmanned test) (Boe-OFT 2) - Atlas V N22 (AV-082) - Canaveral SLC-41
NET    April   May - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (BN4/SN20) [inaugural orbital flight] - Starbase, Pad A
NET May - VariSat-1A (OmniTeq 1), VariSat-1B (OmniTeq 2) - RS1 (ABL space system) [first flight] - Kodiak LP-3C
Spring - Dove (xTBD) - Rocket 3.x (Astra) - TBD
NET June 1 - Transporter-5: Alba Cluster 6, BW 3 (BlueWalker 3), Geometric-1, GHGSat-C3, GHGSat-C4, GHGSat-C5, GHOSt-01, GHOSt-02, Planetum-1, Satellogic sats, Shared Sat 3, Sherpa-AC1 [Hawk 5A, Hawk 5B, Hawk 5C, KSF3a, KSF3b, KSF3c, KSF3d, hosted payload: XONA Alpha, TROOP‐3], Skycraft deployer [Skycraft Block II smallsat (x9), CSIRO, Valiant], STAR VIBE, Vigoride VR-3 [Two FOSSA PocketPOD deployer (DISCO, FOSSASat-2E, Veery FS-1, TRS13), Gossamer-Picard, REVELA, SELFIESAT, Stork-6, Stork-7], Vigoride VR-5 [ORESAT0.5, BRONCOSAT-1], hosted payload: Mars Demo-1, ELaNa 47: cubesats - Falcon 9 - Canaveral  (or July)
NET June - SARah-2, SARah-3 - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
NET June - SBIRS-GEO 6 - Atlas V 421 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET June - GPS III SV06 (Navstar 79, Amelia Earhart) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET June - ALS mission 2, VCLS (VADR) Demo-2FB: cubesat (x11) ELaNa 43 - Firefly Alpha (FLTA004) - Vandenberg SLC-2W
NET June - VCLS (VADR) Demo-2R: cubesat (x3) ELaNa 42 - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
NET June - STP-S28B cubesat (x3) ELaNa 46: GOLF-TEE - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
August 1 - NROL-91: KH-11 19 (Crystal 19, NROL 91) (TBD) - Delta IV-H [D-387] - Vandenberg SLC-6
NET August 20 - Psyche [Discovery 14], Janus A, Janus B [SIMPLEx program] - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A (or NLT August 26)
August - Cygnus NG-18 (CRS-18) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
Summer - Galaxy 33, Galaxy 34 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or Q3)
Late Summer - ViaSat-3 Americas, Arcturus (Aurora 4A) - Falcon Heavy (ASDS, B1068.1, ASDS) - Kennedy LC-39A
September 30 - JPSS-2, LOFTID (Low Earth Orbit Flight Test of an Inflatable Decelerator) - Atlas V 401 - Vandenberg SLC-3E
September - Transport Layer Tranche-0 A-Class (x7), Transport Layer Tr.-0 B-Cl (x3), Tracking Layer Tr.-0 WFOV (x4) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg  SLC-4E
Q3 - Galaxy 31, Galaxy 32 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - SES-18, SES-19 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q3 - USSF-67, LDPE-3 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q3 - WorldView Legion 3, WorldView Legion 4, WorldView Legion 5, WorldView Legion 6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39
NET Q3 - Amazonas Nexus - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H2 - O3b mPower 4, O3b mPower 5, O3b mPower 6 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H2 - CST-100 Starliner (crewed test) (Boe-CFT) - Atlas V N22 (AV-085) - Canaveral SLC-41
H2 - SES-20, SES-21 - Atlas V 531 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET H2 - GPS III SV07 (Navstar 80, Sally Ride) - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
NET H2 - GPS III SV08 (Navstar 81, Katherine Johnson) - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
Q4 - ViaSat-3 EMEA - Atlas V 551 - Canaveral SLC-41
Q4 - inaugural flight - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B (or 2023)
Q4 - USSF-51 - Atlas V - Canaveral SLC-41
Q4 - TBD - Firefly Alpha (FLTA005) - Canaveral SLC-20
Q4 - TBD - Firefly Alpha (FLTA006) - Vandenberg SLC-2W / Canaveral SLC-20
Q4 - KuiperSat-1 - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
Q4 - KuiperSat-2 - RS1 (ABL space system) - Kennedy LC-48
NET October 25 - USCV-5: Crew Dragon (Crew-5) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
  Q4   October - Dragon v2 SpX-26 (CRS-26), iROSA 1A, iROSA 3B - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
October - Transporter-6: Alba Cluster 7, BlackJack sats (x2), Launcher Orbiter, MethaneSAT, Mandrake 1, Reliant Standard, Satellogic sats, Tomorrow-R1, Tomorrow-R2, Skyсraft deployer [Skycraft Block II smallsat (x??)], GHOSt (x2-4), UMBRA-05, UMBRA-06, Wildcard - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or November)
November 15 - SWOT (Surface Water Ocean Topography) [Earth Systematic Mission] - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E
NET November - AX-2: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A (or NLT Spring 2023)
November-December - POLARIS DAWN: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
NET December - STP-S28 mission flight 3 (x15) - LauncherOne - RW 12/30 Mojave Air and Space Port, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl"
Late - Peregrine 1 (Astrobotic’s Lunar Lander), Asagumo - Vulcan-VC2S (first launch) - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - ACE (Aerosol-Cloud-Ecosystems) [Earth Systematic Mission] - NLSP-I - Vandenberg
TBD - Mid-Sized Moon Lander - NLSP II - Canaveral
TBD - NROL-85: Intruder 13A / 13B (TBD) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or 2023)
TBD - TriSept launch - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16 / Vandenberg SLC-7
TBD - Spaceflight mission - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
TBD - OTB 2 (Orbital Test Bed-2) - Firefly Alpha - Vandenberg SLC-2W
TBD - TBD - Rocket 4 (Astra) - TBD
TBD - commercial launch - RS1 (ABL space system) - Vandenberg SLC-576E
TBD - commercial launch - RS1 (ABL space system) - Vandenberg SLC-576E
TBD - TacRL-3 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TBD - Electron/Kick Stage - MARS LA-0A (LC-2)
TBD - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (BN5/SN21) - Starbase Pad A
TBD - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (BN6/SN22) - Starbase Pad A
TBD - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (BN7/SN23) - Starbase Pad A
TBD - TBD - Super Heavy/Starship (BN8/SN24) - Starbase Pad A
TBD - Starlink group ?? (x100+) flight ?? [v2.0 L??] - Super Heavy/Starship - Starbase Pad A / Kennedy LC-39A

piggybacked:
Early - Omnispace-1 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Early - BurstCube - TBD - TBD
NET Early - SNoOPI (SigNals of Opportunity P-Band Investigation) - TBD - TBD
February - Grissom-1 - TBD - TBD
Q1 - Fasat-Delta - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Late Q1 - HERON MK II - TBD - TBD
April - EnMAP - Falcon 9 - Canaveral
June - ELaNa: KUbeSat 1 - TBD - TBD
August 1 - KPLO (Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET Fall - HyTI (Hyperspectral Thermal Imager) - TBD - TBD
Q4 - ELaNa: GOLF-1 - TBD - TBD
Q4 - IM-2 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET Q4 - STPSat-7 - TBD - TBD
October - HAKUTO-R Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 1) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
December - Masten Mission One (MM1): Masten XL-1 Lunar Lander with nine NASA-sponsored and several commercial payloads to the lunar south pole - 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 - 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 - CTIM-FD (Compact Total Irradiance Monitor Flight Demonstration) - TBD - TBD
TBD - SeaHawk-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - CougSat-1 - TBD - TBD
TBD - Gunsmoke-G - TBD - TBD
TBD - Aurora, MINAS, NUTSAT, STEAMSAT, Bhaarathiya-Sat, Outpost tech demo - Falcon 9 - TBD
TBD - Ignis, ScopeSat - LauncherOne - TBD, Boeing 747 "Cosmic Girl
TBD - CIRBE (CubeSat Inner Radiation Belt Experiment) - TBD - TBD

2023
January 10 - Dragon v2 SpX-27 (CRS-27) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
January - Intelsat 40e with TEMPO - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
January - Transporter-7 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or February)
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
Early - Inmarsat GX10A (ASBM-1, EPS-R payload), Inmarsat GX10B (ASBM-2, EPS-R payload) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET Early - Dream Chaser Cargo System 1st flight (SNC-1): Tenacity, Shooting Star - Vulcan-VC4L (second launch) - Canaveral SLC-41
March - USCV-6: Crew Dragon (Crew-6) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
March - Transport Layer Tranche-0 A-Class (x7), Transport Layer Tr.-0 B-Cl (x3), Tracking Layer Tr.-0 WFOV (x4) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg  SLC-4E (or NLT March 31)
Q1 - USSF-36 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q1 - Turksat 6A - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
Q1 - USSF-106, NTS-3 (Navigational Test Satellite-3) [Vanguard] - Vulcan-VC?? - Vandenberg SLC-3E
NET H1 - AX-3: Crew Dragon - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q2 - USSF-112 - Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC-41
NET February  April - Cygnus NG-19 (CRS-19) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
April - Transporter-8 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or May)
June 5 - Dragon v2 SpX-28 (CRS-28) - Falcon 9 - 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 - WSF-M 1 - NLSP II - Vandenberg (or 2024)
Q4 - Satria - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
October 20 - Dragon v2 SpX-29 (CRS-29) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
October - 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
October - "Tipping Point" payload for Lockheed Martin - Terran-1 - Canaveral SLC-16
October - Transporter-9: MBZ SAT - Falcon 9 - Canaveral / Vandenberg SLC-4E (or November)
NET November 30 - PACE (Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A (or January 2024)
Late - Griffin (Astrobotic's Lunar Lander), Viper (NASA Moon Rover) - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-2) - VulcanVulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2024)
TBD - O3b mPower 7, O3b mPower 8, O3b mPower 9 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / 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 - 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 - GPS III SV09 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - GPS III SV10 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
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 - 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 55? - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2024)
TBD - commercial comsat - Super Heavy/Starship - Starbase Pad A / Kennedy LC-39A / Kennedy LC-49
TBD - first flight - Daytona - TBD

piggybacked:
Q1 - Varda Space - Falcon 9 - TBD
Midyear - Blue Ghost Moon lander (LEXI + 8 payloads) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
NET July 1 - SunRISE (Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment) (x6 cubesats) - TBD - Canaveral
Late - HAKUTO-R Lunar Lander + Rover (iSpace mission 2) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Aurora IV - Falcon 9 / Falcon Heavy - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - ROOSTER-2 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - ROOSTER-3 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - ROOSTER-4 - NSSL 2 - TBD
TBD - Reliant Pro - TBD - TBD
TBD - CAS500-4 - Falcon 9 - TBD
TBD - SPARCS (Star-Planet Activity Research CubeSat) - TBD - TBD
TBD - OSAM-2 (Archinaut One) - Falcon 9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E

2024
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
NET February - Cygnus NG-20 (CRS-20) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
March - USCV-8: Crew Dragon (Crew-7) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
Q2 - TBD - Firefly Beta - Canaveral SLC-20
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)
June 17 - SPHEREx - Falcon-9 - Vandenberg SLC-4E (or NLT April 2025)
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
H2 - 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
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
Late - AxH1 - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-3) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-4) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41 (or 2025)
TBD - WGS-11+ - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
TBD - first flight - Terran R - Canaveral SLC-16
TBD - first flight - Neutron - MARS Pad 0A
TBD - first flight - Laguna - TBD

piggybacked:
NET January - EscaPADE A, EscaPADE B (Escape and Plasma Acceleration and Dynamics Explorers) [SIMPLEx program] - NLSP II - Canaveral
Q1 - IM-3 - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40 / Kennedy LC-39A
H1 - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 3) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Ardoride [Zeus-MS Qosmosys sat (x2)] - TBD - TBD
TBD - MRV, MEPs - TBD - TBD

2025
January - OSAM-1 (Restore-L) - NLSP III - Vandenberg
February 1 - IMAP (Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe) [STP-05 - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-05], SWFO-L1 (Space Weather Forward Observatory L1 mission), Lunar Trailblazer [SIMPLEx program], GLIDE (Global Lyman-alpha Imagers of the Dynamic Exosphere), Solar Cruiser [STP-MoO-1] - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET February - Cygnus NG-21 (CRS-21) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
March - USCV-10: Crew Dragon (Crew-8) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
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
September - USCV-11: CST-100 Starliner-3 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-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 - NGRST (WFIRST-AFTA) [Astrophysics Decadal Mission Astro-1] - Vulcan-VA6L/  Falcon Heavy -    Canaveral   Kennedy LC-39A (or October 2026)
TBD - Skynet 6A - Falcon-9 - Canaveral SLC 40 / Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-5) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - AxH2 - New Glenn - Canaveral SLC-36B
TBD - NG-OPIR-GEO 1 - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - inaugural flight - Shockwave - Kennedy LC-48
TBD - COSI [SMEX 17] - NSSL 3 - TBD

piggybacked:
TBD - Lunar Lander (iSpace mission 4) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Binar Prospector (x2) [CLPS] - TBD - TBD

2026
NET February - Cygnus NG-22 (CRS-22) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
NET March - Artemis IV (Crewed flight of Orion for Gateway with I-Hab) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
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
July - SRL, SFR, MAV [MSR] - Vulcan-VC?? / Falcon Heavy - Canaveral SLC-41 / Kennedy LC-39A
September - USCV-13: CST-100 Starliner-4 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
NET October - Dragon v2 SpX-35 (CRS-35) - Falcon 9 - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-6) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - Lunar Sample Return - TBD - Canaveral
TBD - GPS IIIF-01 (SV11) - NSSL 3 - Canaveral
TBD - AxL - TBD - TBD

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

2027
NET February - Cygnus NG-23 (CRS-23) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
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 V (Crewed flight of Orion for Gateway and lunar landing with ESPRIT, GERS) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
TBD - HLS LETS - NLSP III - Canaveral
TBD - Gateway: Dragon XL GLS-1 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A
TBD - LTV - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Gateway logistics launch - commercial launch - Canaveral
TBD - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-7) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - AxPT - TBD - TBD
TBD - NG-OPIR-Polar 1 - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41 (or NLT September)
TBD - 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

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

2028
NET February - Cygnus NG-24 (CRS-24) - Antares-230+ - MARS LP-0A
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
August - Artemis VI (Crewed flight of Orion to Moon) - SLS Block 1B/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
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 - Dream Chaser Cargo System (SNC-8 ) - Vulcan-VC4L - Canaveral SLC-41
TBD - NG-OPIR-GEO 3 - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41
TBD - Gateway: Airlock - TBD - TBD
TBD - Gateway: Dragon XL GLS-2 - Falcon Heavy - Kennedy LC-39A 
TBD - VERITAS (Venus Emissivity, Radio Science, InSAR, Topography, and Spectroscopy) [Discovery 15] - NLSP III - TBD

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

2029
February - Artemis VII (Cargo mission to Moon) - SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
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
August - Artemis VIII (Crewed mission of Orion)- SLS Block 2/EUS - Kennedy LC-39B
September - USCV-19: CST-100 Starliner-7 - Atlas V N22 - Canaveral SLC-41
Q4 - DAVINCI+ (Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry, and Imaging): Orbiter + Descent probe [Discovery 16] - NLSP III - TBD
TBD - NG-OPIR-Polar 2 - Falcon-9/Vulcan-VC?? - Canaveral SLC 40/41

piggybacked:
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 - Landsat 10 - NLSP III - Vandenberg (or Mid-2028)

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

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

Statistics (active):
Antares            -  15 (WI - 15)
Astra Rocket     -    5 (Kd - 4; СС - 1)
Atlas V             -  91 (СС - 75; Va - 16)
Delta IV Heavy  -  13 (СС - 9; Va - 4)
Falcon 9           - 139 (СС - 78; KSC - 41; Va - 20)
Falcon Heavy    -   3 (KSC - 3)
Firefly Alpha     -    1 (Va - 1)
Launcherone     -   4 (Mo - 4)
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:  1802 (СС - 812; In - 6; Va - 711; WI - 51; KSC - 195; Ed - 5; Ga -1; Kw - 4; Kd - 7; Om - 5; Ka - 1; Mo - 4)
Satellites:  5519 (СС - 2663 In - 6; Va - 1359; WI - 332; KSC - 1083; Ed - 12; Ga -1; Kw - 4; Kd - 15; Om - 5; Ka - 13; Mo - 26)

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

Changes on February 9th
Changes on February 10th
Changes on February 13th
Changes on February 14th
Changes on February 15th
Changes on February 16th

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
DIU                  - Defense Innovation Unit
EPS-R               - Enhanced Polar Systems-Recapitalization
ESDS-#             - Earth Science Decadal Survey Mission
ESPA                - EELV Secondary Payload Adapter
ESPRIT              - European System Providing Refueling, Infrastructure and Telecommunications
ESS                  - Evolved Strategic Satcom
EVC-#               - Earth Venture Continuity
EVM-#               - Earth Venture Mission
GeoXO               - Geostationary Extended Observations
GERS                 - 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
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
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
NGRST              - Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope
NLSP I              - NASA Launch Services Program I
NLSP II              - NASA Launch Services Program II
NLT                  - Not Later Than
NSSL                - National Security Space Launch program
NSSL 2              - National Security Space Launch program Phase 2
NSSL 3              - National Security Space Launch program Phase 3
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
SFR                   -  Sample Fetch Rover
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
STP-#                - Solar-Terrestrial Probes-#
STP-MoO-#         - Solar-Terrestrial Probes Mission of Opportunity
TacRL                  - Tactically Responsive Launch
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 #4403 on: 02/09/2022 07:14 am »
Unclear:
Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)

H1 2022 - Eutelsat Hotbird 13G - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane 5ECA+)
H1 2022 - Eutelsat Konnect VHTS - Falcon 9 - Canaveral (or Ariane 5ECA+/64)
2022 - Satellogic constellation (many launches) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2022 - Satlantis constellation (many 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 (many launches) - Falcon 9 - Canaveral SLC-40
NET 2022 - STP-4 - NSSL 2 - Canaveral
Mid-2023 - Astro EX-2 - NLSP-II - TBD
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - Canaveral SLC-41
2023-2026 - Kuiper (xTBD) - Atlas V 55? - 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 - Telesat LEO Vantage constellation multi-lanch agreement - New Glenn - Canaveral/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 - 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
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 174 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 177 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 178 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 179 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 181 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
2024-2030 - Iridium-NEXT 182 - Terran-1 - Vandenberg SLC-7
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 - AEHF-7 - Vulcan-VC??/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - AEHF-8 - Vulcan-VC??/Falcon 9 - Canaveral
NET 2025 - MRPs - TBD - TBD
2025  NET February 2026 - HelioSwarm (x9) [Helio-MIDEX-1] - NLSP III - TBD (or Q2 2027)
2025  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
Q2 2027 - Helio-MIDEX-1 - NSSL - TBD
Mid-2027 - Astro-MoO-05 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2028 - Astro-MoO-06 - NLSP III - TBD
Mid-2028 - Astro-MIDEX-03 - 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
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 - TBD - 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
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
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

piggybacked:
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 - Gunsmoke-L1  (Lonestar 1) - TBD - TBD
TBD - Gunsmoke-L2  (Lonestar 2) - TBD - TBD
TBD - TETRA-2 - TBD - TBD
TBD - TETRA-3 - 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
TBD - TETRA-4 - TBD - TBD

Changes on February 11th
Changes on February 13th
Changes on February 14th
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4404 on: 02/09/2022 09:01 am »
Update from NASA:

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COMMENT                                                    (0.0)   (229.8 )   (220.6)
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4405 on: 02/10/2022 05:21 pm »
Space Force asks launch companies for insight on where the industry is going

Quote from: SpaceNews
The U.S. Space Force is polling the space launch industry as it tries to identify what companies might challenge United Launch Alliance and SpaceX when their current contracts are re-competed in 2024.

“The government is identifying sources capable of providing NSSL-class launch services beginning in fiscal year 2025 and is requesting more detailed information on each provider’s capabilities, launch systems, to include when those capabilities will be available,” says a Jan. 27 request for information from the Space Systems Command’s launch enterprise. Responses are due Feb. 24.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4406 on: 02/11/2022 07:42 am »
https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/new-sun-missions-to-help-nasa-better-understand-earth-sun-environment
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Feb 10, 2022
RELEASE 22-017
New Sun Missions to Help NASA Better Understand Earth-Sun Environment

NASA has selected two science missions – the Multi-slit Solar Explorer (MUSE) and HelioSwarm – to help improve our understanding of the dynamics of the Sun, the Sun-Earth connection, and the constantly changing space environment. These missions will provide deeper insights into our universe and offer critical information to help protect astronauts, satellites, and communications signals such as GPS.

“MUSE and HelioSwarm will provide new and deeper insight into the solar atmosphere and space weather,” said Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for science at NASA Headquarters in Washington. “These missions not only extend the science of our other heliophysics missions—they also provide a unique perspective and a novel approach to understanding the mysteries of our star.”

MUSE

The MUSE mission will help scientists understand the forces driving the heating of the Sun’s corona and the eruptions in that outermost region that are at the foundation of space weather. The mission will offer deeper insight into the physics of the solar atmosphere by using a powerful instrument known as a multi-slit spectrometer to observe the Sun’s extreme ultraviolet radiation and obtain the highest resolution images ever captured of the solar transition region and the corona.

The mission will also provide complementary observations from heliophysics research such as the Extreme UltraViolet Spectroscopic Telescope and ground-based observatories.

“MUSE will help us fill crucial gaps in knowledge pertaining to the Sun-Earth connection,” said Nicola Fox, director of the Heliophysics Division at NASA Headquarters. “It will provide more insight into space weather and complements a host of other missions within the heliophysics mission fleet.”

The primary goal of the MUSE mission is to investigate the causes of coronal heating and instability, such as flares and coronal mass ejections, and gain insight into the basic plasma properties of the corona. MUSE will obtain high-resolution images of the evolution of solar flare ribbons in a field of view focused on a large, active region on the Sun.

The principal investigator for the MUSE mission is Bart DePontieu of the Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Center (LMATC) of Palo Alto, California. This mission has a budget of $192 million. LMATC will provide project management.

HelioSwarm

The HelioSwarm mission is a constellation or “swarm” of nine spacecraft that will capture the first multiscale in-space measurements of fluctuations in the magnetic field and motions of the solar wind known as solar wind turbulence. The Sun’s outermost atmospheric layer, the heliosphere, encompasses an enormous region of the solar system. Solar winds spread through the heliosphere, and their interactions with planetary magnetospheres and disruptions such as coronal mass ejections affect their turbulence.

Studying solar wind turbulence across large areas requires plasma measurements taken simultaneously from different points in space. HelioSwarm consists of one hub spacecraft and eight co-orbiting small satellites that range in distance from each other and the hub spacecraft. The hub spacecraft will maintain radio contact with each small satellite. All radio contact between the swarm and Earth will be conducted through the hub spacecraft and the NASA Deep Space Network of spacecraft communication antennas.

“The technical innovation of HelioSwarm’s small satellites operating together as a constellation provides the unique ability to investigate turbulence and its evolution in the solar wind,” said Peg Luce, deputy director of the Heliophysics Division.

The HelioSwarm mission’s principal investigator is Harlan Spence from the University of New Hampshire. The mission’s budget is $250 million. NASA’s Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California, will provide project management.

Funding and management oversight for these missions is provided by the Heliophysics Explorers Program, managed by the Explorers Program Office at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4407 on: 02/11/2022 09:06 am »
https://spacenews.com/nasa-selects-two-heliophysics-missions/
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NASA did not announce when either HelioSwarm or MUSE will launch. In the announcement of opportunity, NASA said that the winning missions had to be ready for launch by February 2026.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4408 on: 02/13/2022 09:49 am »

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4409 on: 02/14/2022 04:57 pm »
https://polarisprogram.com/
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Mission I
POLARIS DAWN

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Polaris Dawn mission from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Dragon and the Polaris Dawn crew will spend up to five days in orbit, flying higher than any Dragon mission to-date and endeavoring to reach the highest Earth orbit ever flown. The crew of Polaris Dawn will conduct a spacewalk, support scientific research designed to advance both human health on Earth and our understanding of human health during future long-duration spaceflights, and be the first to test Starlink laser-based communications in space.
Explore   
               
Mission II

Building upon Polaris Dawn, this mission will continue to expand the boundaries of future human spaceflight missions, in-space communications, and scientific research.

Mission III

This will be the first-human spaceflight on Starship — the world’s first fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars, and beyond.
Launching Soon

https://polarisprogram.com/dawn/
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No earlier than the fourth quarter of 2022, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Polaris Dawn mission from historic Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Dragon and the Polaris Dawn crew will spend up to five days in orbit, during which they will work towards the following objectives
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4410 on: 02/14/2022 05:02 pm »
https://spaceflightnow.com/2022/02/14/billionaire-plans-three-more-flights-with-spacex-culminating-in-starship-mission/
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Anna Menon, Scott Poteet, Jared Isaacman, and Sarah Gilles pose with prototypes of Starship vehicles in South Texas. The four will fly into orbit on the Polaris Dawn mission. Credit: Polaris Program / John Kraus

Jared Isaacman, the billionaire businessman who bankrolled the first human space mission with all private citizens last year, announced plans Monday for up to three more SpaceX flights, a privately-funded program that will include the first commercial spacewalk, and ultimately a ride on the giant Starship rocket ship.

The first of the missions is scheduled for launch in November or December of this year on a Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon capsule. That flight, called Polaris Dawn, will attempt to reach the highest Earth orbit ever flown by humans, and the farthest anyone has traveled from Earth since the last Apollo moon mission in 1972.

“We’re going to go farther into space than humans have gone since we last walked on the moon,” Isaacman told NBC News, which unveiled the Polaris missions on the Today Show Monday morning.

Two more missions are part of the Polaris Program, one also using a Crew Dragon spacecraft and another set to be the first human flight on SpaceX’s next-generation Starship space vehicle.

The program is aimed at demonstrating new technologies and capabilities in deep space and further exploration of the moon, Mars, and beyond.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4411 on: 02/14/2022 07:03 pm »
https://twitter.com/jeff_foust/status/1493294123029307393?cxt=HHwWgoC5xfrFn7kpAAAA
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Jeff Foust @jeff_foust

The FAA has pushed back the completion of its environmental review for SpaceX Starship orbital launches at Boca Chica by a month, to March 28. The agency “is continuing consultation and coordination with other agencies.”

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4412 on: 02/14/2022 07:10 pm »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6754
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Orbital Test Flight
Launch Time
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First full-stack launch of Starship and Super Heavy. First Starship launch to attempt to reach orbit.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4413 on: 02/14/2022 09:15 pm »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6895
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S4 CROSSOVER
Launch Time
Mon Feb 28, 2022 14:30 UTC

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4414 on: 02/15/2022 05:32 am »
https://www1.grc.nasa.gov/space/iss-research/microgravity-research-flights/
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NG-17      February 2022    
USCV-4    April 2022    
(Crew 4)
SpX-25    May 2022
NG-18      August 2022
SpX-26    October 2022
SpX-27    January 2023    
NG-19      April 2023
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4415 on: 02/15/2022 06:37 pm »
https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/
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Feb. 20 • Falcon 9 • Starlink 4-8
Launch times: 1454 or 1613 GMT (9:54 or 11:13 a.m. EST)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch with another batch of Starlink internet satellites. [Feb. 14]

Late February • Falcon 9 • Starlink
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: SLC-4E, Vandenberg Space Force Base, California
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch with another batch of Starlink internet satellites. [Feb. 2]

Early March • Falcon 9 • Starlink
Launch times: TBD
Launch site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch with another batch of Starlink internet satellites [Feb. 14]

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4416 on: 02/15/2022 09:54 pm »
https://twitter.com/torybruno/status/1493650584209174529?cxt=HHwWgsC9pd3SwbopAAAA
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No. We are not bidding.
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@torybruno Do you plan to have ULA bid on the NASA procurement to launch the Roman Space Telescope?

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4417 on: 02/16/2022 06:46 am »
https://spacenews.com/ses-absorbs-ses-networks-in-streamlining-effort/
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The first three satellites were slated to launch together on a Falcon 9 at the end of 2021, before being pushed to the first quarter of 2022 — however, SES vice president of external communications Suzanne Ong said the company is now “looking at Q1/Q2 2022” in an email.

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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4418 on: 02/16/2022 07:07 am »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/1151
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USSF-44
Launch Time
NET March, 2022

First mission to attempt a double droneship landing. First SpaceX mission direct to GEO.

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Flight #1
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B1065
Flight #1
A Shortfall of Gravitas

B1066
Flight #1
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Re: US Launch Schedule
« Reply #4419 on: 02/16/2022 10:53 am »
https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/4158
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STP-S28A
Launch Time
NET March, 2022

https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/4721
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Good Luck, Have Fun
Launch Time
NET March, 2022

First flight of the Terran-1 rocket.

https://nextspaceflight.com/launches/details/6864
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Flight 2
Launch Time
NET March, 2022

Second demonstration flight of Firefly Alpha. This mission may carry some educational payloads.


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