2017 U.S. Space Launch Manifest

File photo, SpaceX launch of their Cargo Dragon capsule from Cape Canaveral AFS, Fla. Photo Credit: Alan Walters / AmericaSpace

–  Last updated Nov 24 2017 @ 12:00 p.m. EST

 

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Assuming an on-time launch Sunday afternoon, the CRS-12 Dragon will be captured by the station’s 57.7-foot-long (17.6-meter) Canadarm2 on Wednesday, 16 August. Photo Credit: NASA

Mission: SpaceX / Dragon CRS-13
– Launch Vehicle: Falcon-9 Rocket
– Launch Site:  SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS Fla

 

SpaceX is targeting no earlier than 11:46am ET Dec. 12 for the launch of its Dragon spacecraft on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, carrying thousands of pounds of cargo and research to the crew living and working aboard the ISS.

The Dragon spacecraft will spend about a month attached to the space station.

 

 

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2017 U.S. LAUNCH MANIFEST  ( company / rocket / payload / launch time )

 

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station & Kennedy Space Center, Florida

  • DEC 12:  SpaceX / Falcon-9 / Dragon CRS-13 NASA ISS Resupply / 11:46am EST
  • DEC TBD:  SpaceX / Falcon 9 classified “ZUMA” mission / 8:00-10:00pm EST
  • JAN TBD:  SpaceX / Falcon Heavy Demo Flight / TBD
  • JAN TBD:  ULA / Atlas V 401 / SBIRS GEO-4 for USAF / TBD
  • EARLY 2018:  SpaceX / Falcon Heavy / Arabsat 6A / TBD
  • EARLY 2018:  SpaceX / Falcon 9 / Crew Dragon Demo 1 / TBD
  • EARLY 2018:  ULA / Atlas-V 411 / SBIRS GEO 4 satellite for USAF / TBD
  • EARLY/MID 2018:  ULA / Atlas-V 531 / AEHF-4 satellite for USAF / TBD
  • EARLY/MID 2018:  SpaceX / Falcon 9 / TESS / TBD
  • APRIL 2018:  ULA / Atlas V / AFSPC 11 for USAF / TBD
  • MID 2018:  SpaceX / Falcon Heavy / Space Test Program-2 for USAF / TBD
  • SPRING 2018:  SpaceX / Falcon 9 / Crew Dragon Demo Flight to ISS / TBD
  • MID 2018:  ULA / Delta IV Medium+ (4,2) / GPS 3-01 for USAF / TBD

 

Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

  • DEC TBD:  SpaceX / Falcon-9 / Iridium Next 31-40 Satellites / TBD
  • JAN TBD:  SpaceX / Falcon-9 / Iridium Next 41-50 Satellites / TBD
  • JAN TBD:  ULA / Delta-IV Medium+ (5,2) / Classified Payload NROL-47 / TBD
  • MAY TBD:  ULA / Atlas V 401 / NASA InSight Mission to Mars / 4:10 a.m. PDT

 

 

Wallops Flight Facility, VA

  • SPRING 2018: Orbital ATK / Antares / Cygnus OA-9 NASA ISS Resupply / TBD