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Complete SpaceX Launch Manifest

The following lists are SpaceX's past flights and future manifest of Falcon 9 and Heavy launches. BFR launches may occur at some point after 2022. For more details about vehicles, launch sites, or orbits, click the respective table headers.

Upcoming Falcon launches

NET Date [Launch window UTC] Vehicle Launch site Orbit Payload mass (kg) Payload(s) Customer Notes & Refs
2017 Dec 12 [16:45] Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ SLC-40 LEO 1850 / 327 SpX CRS-13 & SDS, TSIS NASA O, R, 1, 22, 5, 27, 51, 31, 36, 87
2017 Dec 23 [01:26] Falcon 9 ♺ LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 4 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications O, R, 11, 5, 69, 36
2018 Jan 4 Falcon 9 SLC-40 LEO ? Zuma Government agency via Northrop Grumman O, 64, 22, 79, 5
2018 Jan Falcon Heavy ♺/N/♺ LC-39A TMI 1305 Elon's Tesla Roadster (FH Demo Flight) SpaceX O, T, R, 3, 23, 20, 70, 00
2018 Jan 30 Falcon 9 ♺ SLC-40 GTO ~4000 SES-16 (GovSat-1) SES (Luxembourg) O, R, 3, 46, 5, 61, 65, 76, 77, 51
2018 Jan 30 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO 1341 / 400 (x2) Paz / Starlink prototype satellites (Microsat-2a, Microsat-2b) Hisdesat (Spain) / SpaceX Starlink Constellation O, 45, 49, 84
2018 Feb Falcon 9 ♺ SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO 5300 SES-12 SES (Luxembourg) O, R, 3, 72, 5
2018 Q1 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO 6092 Hispasat 30W-6 (1F) Hispasat (Spain) O, 5, 68, 1
2018 Q1 Falcon 9 ♺ LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 5 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications O, R, 5, 69, 1
2018 Mar 13 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO 2760 / 550 SpX CRS-14 & RRM3, PFCS, ASIM NASA O, R, 5, 31, 86
2018 Mar Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ~3500 Bangabandhu-1 Bangladesh Gov O, 6, 35 , 5, 85
2018 Mar 22 [01:43] Falcon 9 LC-4E PO 860 (x5) / 580 (x2) Iridium 6 (5 Satellites) / GRACE-FO 1-2 Iridium Communications / NASA O, 14, 33
2018 Apr Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? CCtCap Demo Mission 1 (DM-1) (uncrewed) NASA O, T, 1, 5, 54, 13
2018 Jun 6 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO 2410 / 900 SpX CRS-15 & ECOSTRESS NASA O, R, 5
2018 Jun Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A HEO 325 Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite NASA O, 15, 14, 76
2018 Jun Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO 1600 SAOCOM 1A CONAE (Argentina) O, 2, 16, 17, 5, 26
2018 Jun Falcon 9 LC-39A SO ? Crew Dragon In Flight Abort Test NASA S, T, 34, 54, 62
2018 Q2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ? Telstar 19V Telesat (Canada) O, 25, 66
2018 Q2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ? Telstar 18V (APStar 5C) Telesat (Canada) O, 24, 66
2018 Q2 Falcon Heavy LC-39A LEO >2500 STP-2 (DCX, & 34 others) U.S. Air Force O, 63, 3, 59, 5
2018 Q2 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO >1000 SSO-A Spaceflight Industries, Inc O, 37, 39, 5
2018 Q2 Falcon 9 ♺ LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 7 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications O, R, 11, 5, 69
2018 Jul Falcon 9 ♺ LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 8 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications O, R, 69
2018 Jul Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO 1300 (x3) RADARSAT C-1, C-2, C-3 CSA (Canada) O, 5
2018 Aug Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? / 550 SpX CRS-16 & IDA-3 NASA O, R, 5
2018 Aug Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? CCtCap Demo Mission 2 (DM-2) (crewed) NASA O, M, T, 9, 30, 13, 54
2018 Aug 17 Falcon 9 ♺ SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ~5000 Telkom-4 Telkom (Indonesia) O, R, 55, 81
2018 Q3 Falcon Heavy LC-39A GTO ~6000 ArabSat 6A ArabSat (Saudi Arabia) O, 59, 5
2018 Oct Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? SpX CRS-17 & OCO 3, STP-H6 NASA O, R, 5
2018 Dec Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? SpX CRS-18 & GEDI NASA O, R, 5
2018 Q4 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ? GTO-1 Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40
2018 Q4 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO ? SSO-B Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40, 5
2018 H2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A MEO 3680 GPS IIIA-2 USAF O, 18, 19, 5
2018 H2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ~5000 PSN-6 Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (Indonesia) S, 53, 5
2018 H2 Falcon Heavy + Crew Dragon LC-39A TLI ? Lunar Free-Return Mission Two Private Individuals S, M, 43
2018 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ~3000 Es’hail 2 Es’hailSat (Qatar) O, 8
2019 Jan Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-1 (NASA Crew Flight 1) NASA O, M, 42, 43, 5
2019 Feb Falcon 9 SLC-40 MEO 3880 GPS IIIA-3 USAF S, 48, 5
2019 Mar Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO 1600 SAOCOM 1B CONAE (Argentina) O, 10, 16, 17, 26
2019 May Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? SpX CRS-19 NASA O, R, 5
2019 Q2 Falcon 9 ♺ SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO 5500 Amos-17 Spacecom (Israel) O, R, 78, 80, 82
2019 Oct Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? SpX CRS-20 & GEROS NASA O, R, 5
2019 H2 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO ? SSO-C Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40
2019 H2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? JCSat 18 / Kacific 1 JSAT Corporation (Japan), Kacific Ltd (Singapore) S, 73, 74
2019 Q4 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ? GTO-2 Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40, 5
2019 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ~6000 GiSAT-1 Global IP Cayman (Cayman Islands) O, 32, 47, 30
2019 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO ~2200 SARah 1 OHB-System AG (Bundeswehr, Germany) O, 56
2019 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO ~1800 (x2) SARah 2/3 Airbus Defence and Space (Bundeswehr, Germany) O, 56
2019 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-21 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2019 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? SXM-7 SiriusXM O, 88
2020 Jan Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-3 (NASA Crew Flight 2) NASA O, M, 42, 43
2020 H1 Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO ? SSO-D Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40
2020 H1 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? GTO-C Spaceflight Industries, Inc S, 40
2020 H2 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO ? Amos-8 Spacecom (Israel) O, 78
2020 Nov Falcon 9 LC-4E PO 1400 Sentinel-6A NASA S, 67, 83
2020 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO 3500 Turksat 5A Turksat (Turkey) O, 57, 21
2020 Falcon Heavy LC-39A / BC GTO 6400 ViaSat-3 ViaSat O
2020 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-22 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2020 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-23 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2020 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-24 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2020 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? SXM-8 SiriusXM O, 88
2021 Jan Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-5 (NASA Crew Flight 3) NASA S, M, 42, 43
2021 Apr Falcon 9 LC-4E SSO 1850 SWOT (Surface Water & Ocean Topography) NASA / CNES (France) / CSA (Canada) O, 38, 7
2021 Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A GTO 4500 Turksat 5B Turksat (Turkey) O, 57, 21
2021 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-25 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2021 Falcon 9 ♺ + Dragon ♺ LC-39A LEO ? CRS-26 NASA O, R, 41, 43
2022 Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-7 (NASA Crew Flight 4) NASA S, M, 42, 43
2023 Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-9 (NASA Crew Flight 5) NASA S, M, 42, 43
2024 Falcon 9 + Crew Dragon LC-39A LEO ? USCV-11 (NASA Crew Flight 6) NASA S, M, 42, 43
TBA Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC ? ? ? Bigelow Aerospace O
TBA Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? ? Eutelsat O
TBA Falcon 9 SLC-40 / LC-39A / BC GTO ? ? SSL O
TBA Falcon Heavy LC-39A / BC GTO ? ? Inmarsat (UK) O

Past Launches

Main article: Launch History

Date Vehicle Core Launch site Orbit Payload mass (kg) Payload(s) Customer Mission outcome Landing outcome
2017 Oct 30 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1042 LC-39A GTO 3700 KoreaSat 5A KT Corporation (Korea) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2017 Oct 11 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1031 ♺ LC-39A GTO 5200 SES-11 (EchoStar 105) SES (Luxembourg) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2017 Oct 9 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1041 LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 3 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications SUCCESS SUCCESS (JRTI)
2017 Sep 7 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1040 LC-39A LEO <=4990 X-37B OTV-5 USAF SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2017 Aug 24 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1038 LC-4E SSO 475 FORMOSAT 5 NSPO (Taiwan) SUCCESS SUCCESS (JRTI)
2017 Aug 14 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1039 LC-39A LEO 1652 / 1258 SpX CRS-12 & CREAM, ELaNa XXII NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2017 July 05 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1037 LC-39A GTO 6761 Intelsat 35e Intelsat SUCCESS No attempt
2017 June 25 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1036 LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 2 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications SUCCESS SUCCESS (JRTI)
2017 June 23 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1029 ♺ LC-39A GTO 3669 BulgariaSat-1 Bulsatcom (Bulgaria) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2017 June 03 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1035 LC-39A LEO 1665 / 1002 SpX CRS-11 & ROSA, MUSES, NICER NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2017 May 15 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1034 LC-39A GTO 6086 Inmarsat 5-F4 Inmarsat (UK) SUCCESS No attempt
2017 May 1 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1032 LC-39A LEO ? NROL-76 NROL SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2017 Mar 30 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1021 ♺ LC-39A GTO 5281.7 SES-10 SES (Luxembourg) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2017 Mar 16 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1030 LC-39A GTO ~5500 EchoStar 23 EchoStar Corp. SUCCESS No attempt
2017 Feb 19 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1031 LC-39A LEO 1530/960 SpX CRS-10 & STP-H5, SAGE III, SAGE NVP NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2017 Jan 14 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1029 LC-4E PO 860 (x10) Iridium 1 (10 Satellites) Iridium Communications SUCCESS SUCCESS (JRTI)
2016 Sep 1 Falcon 9 v1.2 Presumed B1028 SLC-40 GTO 5250 Amos-6 Spacecom (Israel) FAILURE Precluded
2016 Aug 14 Falcon 9 v1.2 Presumed B1026 SLC-40 GTO ~4600 JCSAT-16 JSAT Corporation (Japan) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2016 Jul 18 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1025 SLC-40 LEO 2023/550 SpX CRS-9 & IDA-2 NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2016 Jun 14 Falcon 9 v1.2 Presumed B1024 SLC-40 GTO ~2000/1963 ABS 2A / Eutelsat 117W B (Satmex9) ABS (China) / Eutelsat (Mexico) SUCCESS FAILURE (OCISLY)
2016 May 27 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1023 SLC-40 GTO 3100 Thaicom 8 Thaicom (Thailand) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2016 May 06 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1022 SLC-40 GTO 4682 JCSAT-14 JSAT Corporation (Japan) SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2016 Apr 08 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1021 SLC-40 LEO 1723/1413 SpX CRS-8 & BEAM NASA & Bigelow Aerospace SUCCESS SUCCESS (OCISLY)
2016 Mar 04 Falcon 9 v1.2 Presumed B1020 SLC-40 GTO 5330 SES-9 SES (Luxembourg) SUCCESS FAILURE (OCISLY)
2016 Jan 17 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1017 LC-4E PO 525 Jason-3 NASA / NOAA / CNES / EUTELSAT SUCCESS FAILURE (JRTI)
2015 Dec 21 Falcon 9 v1.2 B1019 SLC-40 LEO 172 (x11) OG2 Launch 2 (11 OG2 sats) Orbcomm SUCCESS SUCCESS (LZ-1)
2015 Jun 28 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1018 SLC-40 LEO 1800 SpX CRS-7 NASA FAILURE Precluded
2015 Apr 27 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1016 SLC-40 GTO 4707 TurkmenÄlem 52E (MonacoSat) Turkmenistan/Monaco SUCCESS No attempt
2015 Apr 14 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1015 SLC-40 LEO 2015 SpX CRS-6 NASA SUCCESS FAILURE (Original JRTI)
2015 Mar 01 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1014 SLC-40 GTO 2205/1954 Eutelsat 115W B & ABS-3A ABS (China) / Eutelsat (Mexico) SUCCESS No attempt
2015 Feb 11 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1013 SLC-40 L1 570 DSCOVR USAF/NASA/NOAA SUCCESS SUCCESS (ocean)
2015 Jan 10 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1012 SLC-40 LEO 2317 SpX CRS-5 NASA SUCCESS FAILURE (Original JRTI)
2014 Sep 21 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1010 SLC-40 LEO 2216 SpX CRS-4 NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (ocean)
2014 Sep 07 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1011 SLC-40 GTO 3700 AsiaSat 6 AsiaSat (Hong Kong) SUCCESS No attempt
2014 Aug 05 Falcon 9 v1.1 B10** SLC-40 GTO 4535 AsiaSat 8 AsiaSat (Hong Kong) SUCCESS No attempt
2014 Jul 14 Falcon 9 v1.1 B10** SLC-40 LEO 172 (x6) OG2 Launch 1 (6 OG2 sats) Orbcomm SUCCESS SUCCESS (ocean)
2014 Apr 18 Falcon 9 v1.1 B10** SLC-40 LEO 2089 SpX CRS-3 NASA SUCCESS SUCCESS (ocean)
2014 Jan 06 Falcon 9 v1.1 B10** SLC-40 GTO 3016 Thaicom 6 (AfriCom 1) Thaicom (Thailand) SUCCESS No attempt
2013 Dec 03 Falcon 9 v1.1 B10** SLC-40 GTO 3170 SES-8 SES (Luxembourg) SUCCESS No attempt
2013 Sep 29 Falcon 9 v1.1 Presumed B1003 LC-4E PO 500 CASSIOPE MDA (Canada) SUCCESS FAILURE (ocean)
2013 Mar 01 Falcon 9 v1.0 Presumed B0007 SLC-40 LEO 677 SpX CRS-2 NASA SUCCESS No attempt
2012 Oct 07 Falcon 9 v1.0 Presumed B0006 SLC-40 LEO 400 SpX CRS-1 & OG2 demo NASA SUCCESS No attempt
2012 May 22 Falcon 9 v1.0 Presumed B0005 SLC-40 LEO 525 COTS 2 NASA SUCCESS No attempt
2010 Dec 08 Falcon 9 v1.0 Presumed B0004 SLC-40 LEO N/A COTS 1 NASA SUCCESS FAILURE (parachutes)
2010 Jun 04 Falcon 9 v1.0 Presumed B0003 SLC-40 LEO N/A Demo Flight SpaceX SUCCESS FAILURE (parachutes)
2009 Jul 14 Falcon 1 N/A Kwajalein LEO 200 RazakSat ATSB SUCCESS No attempt
2008 Sep 28 Falcon 1 N/A Kwajalein LEO 165 RatSat SpaceX SUCCESS No attempt
2008 Aug 03 Falcon 1 N/A Kwajalein LEO 83.5/4/4/? Trailblazer / PRESat / NanoSail-D / Explorers ORS / NASA / Celestis FAILURE No attempt
2007 Mar 21 Falcon 1 N/A Kwajalein LEO ? DemoSat DARPA FAILURE No attempt
2006 Mar 24 Falcon 1 N/A Kwajalein LEO 19.5 FalconSat DARPA FAILURE No attempt

Orbits & Orbital Maneuvers

Some of the orbits where SpaceX has launched or will launch payloads.

Orbit Acronym Orbit Name Orbit Altitude (km) Orbit Inclination (°) Launch Capability Comments
SO Suborbital N/A Any Yes A flight trajectory with enough kinetic energy to reach space, but not enough energy to reach orbit
LEO Low Earth Orbit 160 - 2,000 Any Yes Geocentric orbit, low altitude
MEO Medium Earth Orbit 2,000 - 35,786 Any N/A Geocentric orbit, medium altutude
GSO Geosynchronous Orbit 35,786 Any No Geocentric Orbit, same orbital period as Earth's rotational period; A Geostationary orbit is also a Geosynchronous orbit.
HEO High Earth Orbit >35,786 Any No Geocentric Orbit, high altitude
SSO Sun-synchronous Orbit N/A N/A Yes Geocentric orbit that combines altitude and inclination in such a way that the satellite passes over any given point of the planet's surface at the same local solar time.
PO Polar Orbit N/A 90 Yes Orbit in which a satellite passes above or nearly above both poles of the body being orbited
GTO Geostationary Transfer Orbit N/A N/A Yes Hohmann transfer orbit used to reach geosynchronous or geostationary orbit
GEO Geostationary Orbit 35,786 ~0 Yes Orbit mostly used by communication satellites, the satellite has an orbital period equal to the Earth's rotational period (one sidereal day) and orbits over the equator , thus appearing at a fixed position in the sky.
BEO Beyond Earth Orbit N/A N/A N/A Any location or orbit outside of the Earth's gravitational influence
DRO Distant Retrograde Orbit N/A N/A N/A A highly stable lunar orbit, proposed as the destination for the ARM asteroid
TLI Trans Lunar Injection N/A N/A Yes Propulsive maneuver performed in geocentric orbit which puts an object on a trajectory towards the moon
LOI Lunar Orbit Insertion N/A N/A No Propulsive maneuver performed during Lunar fly-by which forces a spacecraft into Lunar orbit
TMI Trans Mars Injection N/A N/A Yes Propulsive maneuver performed in geocentric orbit which puts an object on a Mars-intercepting heliocentric orbit
MOI Mars Orbit Insertion N/A N/A No Propulsive maneuver performed during Mars fly-by which forces a spacecraft into an areocentric orbit

Notes

O - OFFICIAL: Officially manifested on the SpaceX Official Manifest.
S - SOURCE: Not present on the SpaceX Official Manifest, but confirmed by a reliable source. The contract may not yet be finalized by SpaceX and the customer.
M - MANNED: Manned mission.
R - REUSE: The first stage of the Falcon 9 or at least a core of the Falcon Heavy has already flown at least once.
T - TEST: Test mission.

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  1. http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_lau/falcon-9.htm – Gunter's Space Page
  2. http://www.spacelaunchreport.com/falcon9ft.html – Falcon 9 data sheets
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Falcon_9_and_Falcon_Heavy_launches – Wikipedia's manifest
  4. http://www.spacex.com/missions – SpaceX's official manifest
  5. https://www.satbeams.com/satellites?status=planned - SatBeams satellites informations page
  6. http://spacexpatchlist.space - A full list of mission patches for Spacex missions, vehicles and payloads
  7. http://www.sworld.com.au/steven/space/uscom-man.txt - US Commercial Launch Manifest
  8. https://sma.nasa.gov/docs/default-source/sma-disciplines-and-programs/SMSR/smsr-near-term-schedule.pdf - SMSR NEAR-TERM SCHEDULE
  9. https://sma.nasa.gov/docs/default-source/sma-disciplines-and-programs/SMSR/smsr-long-term-schedule.pdf - SMSR LONG-TERM SCHEDULE
  10. http://spaceflight101.com/falcon-9-ft-countdown-timeline/ - Falcon 9 countdown timeline

Videos and other media

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