SpaceX Launch Manifest
This is a list of all known Falcon 9, Falcon Heavy and Starship launches that SpaceX has planned.
- The information on this page is based on unofficial sources and is subject to change. They should be considered NET dates (“No Earlier Than”) and not firm launch dates.
- Dates are in UTC
- Clicking the date leads to the source of that information
- Clicking the mission name or the rocket type leads to more information about the topic
- This list might be incomplete, since some launches are not publicly announced
- Mar 24, 2023 – Ax-2 delayed by a day
- Mar 23, 2023 – Starlink 6-2 and 5-10 have swapped places in the manifest and booster assignments
- Mar 22, 2023 – More specific launch dates for Transporter-7, WorldView Legion 1 and Ax-2
- Mar 20, 2023 – Updated boosters for Jupiter-3, USSF-52, Psyche and Cygnus NG-20; Ax-2 to use booster B1080.1 and likely Dragon C212.2; Starlink 5-10 added; Starlink 3-5 will reportedly use booster B1061.13
- Mar 19, 2023 – Turksat 6A delayed by a month
- Mar 18, 2023 – More specific date for Intelsat Galaxy 37; Starlink 2-9 added to the list
- Mar 17, 2023 – Added booster numbers to many upcoming missions (thanks to Next Spaceflight!)
- Mar 16, 2023 – Starlink 2-8 to use booster B1071.8 and SES-18/19 to use B1069.6; reshuffling of the next few Starlink launches; Transporter-7 launch in April TBD; more specific NET date for SDA Tranche 0 L1
» List of SpaceX Smallsat Rideshare missions
» List of Starship and Super Heavy test flights
» Past SpaceX Launches
|NET Date (UTC)||Mission||Rocket / Dragon||Orbit||Pad|
|Mar 24, 2023||Starlink 5-5||F9 (B1067.10)||LEO||SLC-40|
|Mar 29, 2023||Starlink 5-10||F9 (B1077.4)||LEO||SLC-40|
|Mar 30, 2023||SDA Tranche 0 L1||F9 (B1075.2)||LEO (PO)||SLC-4E|
|Apr 7, 2023||Intelsat 40e / TEMPO||F9 (B1076.4)||GTO||SLC-40|
|Apr 8, 2023||ViaSat-3 Americas||FH (B1068.1/B1053.3/B1052.8)||GTO/GEO||LC-39A|
|Apr 9, 2023||Transporter-7||F9 (B1063.10)||LEO (SSO)||SLC-4E|
|Apr 2023||O3b mPOWER 2||F9||MEO||SLC-40|
|Apr 2023||Starlink 2-9||F9||LEO||SLC-4E|
|Apr 2023||Starlink 6-3||F9||LEO||SLC-40|
|Apr 2023||Starlink 3-5||F9 (B1061.13)||LEO||SLC-4E|
|Apr 2023||Starlink 6-2||F9 (B1067.11)||LEO||SLC-40|
|Apr 2023||SARah-2/3||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-4E|
|Apr 2023||WorldView Legion 1||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-4E|
|Q2 2023||O3b mPOWER 3||F9||MEO||SLC-40|
|May 2, 2023||Ax-2||F9 (B1080.1) + Dragon (C212.2)||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Early May 2023||Iridium-9 / OneWeb F19||F9||LEO (PO)||SLC-4E|
|May 2023||Türksat 6A||F9||GTO||Florida|
|May 2023||Jupiter-3 (EchoStar 24)||FH (B1079.1/B1073.8/B1076.5)||GTO||LC-39A|
|May 2023||Starlink 2-2||F9||LEO||Florida|
|Jun 5, 2023||CRS-28||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Jun 10, 2023||Transporter-8||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-40|
|Jun 2023||Intelsat Galaxy 37||F9||GTO||Florida|
|Jun 2023||SDA Tranche 0 L2||F9||LEO (PO)||SLC-4E|
|Jun 2023||USSF-52||FH (B1074.1/B1064.3/B1065.3)||GTO||LC-39A|
|2023||WorldView Legion 2||F9||LEO||?|
|Jul 2023||Euclid||F9||E-S L2||?|
|Jul 2023||Polaris Dawn||F9 + Dragon (C207.3)||LEO||LC-39A|
|Aug 2023||Crew-7||F9 + Dragon (C210.3)||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|H2 2023||Cygnus NG-20||F9 (B1072.1?)||LEO (ISS)||Florida|
|H2 2023||O3b mPOWER 4||F9||MEO||Florida|
|Oct 10, 2023||Psyche||FH (B1084.1/B1064.4/B1065.4)||Escape||LC-39A|
|Oct 2023||Transporter-9||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-40|
|Nov 2023||Ax-3||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Dec 2023||CRS-29||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2023||WorldView Legion 3||F9||LEO||?|
|Late 2023||BlueBird Block 1||F9||?||?|
|Late 2023||USSF-62||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-4E|
|Jan 2024||Transporter-10||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-40|
|Apr 2024||Cygnus NG-21||F9||LEO (ISS)||Florida|
|May 2024||PACE||F9||LEO (SSO)||Florida|
|H1 2024||Crew-8||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2024||CRS-30||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Jun 2024||Transporter-11||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-40|
|Mid 2024||Ax-4||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|H2 2024||O3b mPOWER 5||F9||MEO||Florida|
|H2 2024||Cygnus NG-22||F9||LEO (ISS)||Florida|
|Sep 2024||SDA Tranche 1 L1||F9||LEO (PO)||SLC-4E|
|Oct 2024||Europa Clipper||FH (?/B1074.X/B1075.X)||Escape||LC-39A|
|Q4 2024||Transporter-12||F9||LEO (SSO)||SLC-40|
|Nov 2024||Griffin Mission 1||FH||TLI||LC-39A|
|2024||SpainSat NG I||F9||GTO||Florida|
|2024||CRS-31||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2024||Uncrewed HLS Test||Starship||Moon||LC-39A?|
|2025?||CRS-32||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Apr 2025||SPHEREx + PUNCH||F9||LEO (PO)||SLC-4E|
|Apr 2025||Rivada (1st of 12 missions)||F9||LEO||SLC-4E|
|Late 2025||Crewed HLS (Artemis III)||Starship||Moon||LC-39A?|
|2025?||CRS-33||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2025?||Crew-9||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2025||SpainSat NG II||F9||GTO||Florida|
|2026?||CRS-34||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|Oct 2026||Roman Space Telescope||FH||E-S L2||LC-39A|
|2026?||CRS-35||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2026||Crew-10||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2027?||Crew-11||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2028||GLS-1||FH + Dragon XL||TLI||LC-39A|
|2028?||Crew-12||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2029||GLS-2||FH + Dragon XL||TLI||LC-39A|
|2029?||Crew-13||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
|2030?||Crew-14||F9 + Dragon||LEO (ISS)||LC-39A|
NET = No Earlier Than, NLT = No Later Than, F9 = Falcon 9, FH = Falcon Heavy, 10XX.# = Falcon first stage serial number (# indicates launch number), CXXX.# = Dragon capsule serial number (# indicates launch number), LEO = Low Earth Orbit, MEO = Medium Earth Orbit, GTO = Geostationary Transfer Orbit, GEO = Geostationary Earth Orbit, GSO = Geosynchronous Earth Orbit, PO = Polar Orbit, ISS = International Space Station, SSO = Sun Synchronous Orbit, TLI = Trans-Lunar Injection, TMI = Trans-Mars Injection, E-S Lx = The Earth-Sun Langrangian Point, BC = Boca Chica, Texas
be great to also have the total number of upcoming flights manifested
Not sure how useful that would be since we don’t really know about all the planned launches. Some are secret, some haven’t been announced yet, and then there are Starlink launches. There will be a lot of them but it’s unclear how many, how soon and how often they’d be launching.
08.10.19 – What changed for you to list the Starlink v1 missions as TBD?
Fantastic website, a big thumbs up from me
Both Spaceflight Now and Launch Photography recently changed the expected launch date for Starlink v1-1 from October to TBD.
Glad you like the website!
So I see codes on the mission agenda for all tmi, is this being replaced on the mission agenda for Mars? Just curious.
Also I see clearly and understand everything except my previous post question and when you talk tli and tmi “insertion” meaning “landing on” mars or moon?
TLI (Trans-Lunar Injection) or TMI (Trans-Mars Injection) just means that the payload will be sent towards Moon or Mars. It doesn’t necessarily mean there will be a landing.
Very good summary. there is a possibility of a dragon XL flight in 2022 or 2023. It has been hinted that it could be used in lunar orbit for docking verification for Artemis 2.
Per @TGMetsFan98 9/8/2020, USSF-44 is scheduled for 2/28/2021
This is newer information: https://twitter.com/SciGuySpace/status/1309540792688574465
09:31 as UTC
Starlink v1-17 Launch
The table in page at: Upcoming Events (UTC/24H)
Apr 5 Crew-1 Dragon Redocking
10:11 Crew-2 Launch
11:05 Crew-2 Dragon docks ISS
~09:00 Crew-1 Dragon Departs ISS
16:35 Crew-1 Dragon Splashdowns near Florida
update on March 30, 2021.
Thanks, I fixed the incorrect time for Crew-2 launch (daylight saving time will be the death of me) but the rest is intentional on my part. I’m showing NASA coverage start time for the redocking so people don’t miss it, and I’ll add the docking and splashdown milestones later, once we get closer to them and the dates and times become more solid.
Is DOGE-1 not a real mission? Thought maybe it would be on the Smallsat Rideshare Missions.
It’s part of the IM-1 mission here in the main launch manifest.
With USSF-44 and 52 swapped, the numbering of the side boosters needs changing.
That’s not confirmed yet. And USSF-52 might be delayed as well, for all we know.
But I’ve now adjusted it to indicated the uncertainty. Thanks for the note.