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

Changelog:

  • May 19, 2022 – More specific date for SARah 1
  • May 17, 2022 – Nilesat-301 delayed by 3 days; more specific date for SES-22; first two Intelsat Galaxy missions delayed to Q4 2022
  • May 16, 2022 – Jupiter-3 confirmed to launch on Falcon Heavy
  • May 13, 2022 – More specific dates for Nilesat-301 and SES-22; USSF-44 delayed by 6 months
  • May 12, 2022 – Starlink 4-18 to use booster B1052.5; Starlink 4-13 delayed by a day
  • May 10, 2022 – Starlink 4-18 moved forward by 3 days; Starlink 4-15 delayed by a day; WorldView Legion launches delayed by roughly 3 months
  • May 8, 2022 – Starlink 4-13 delayed by 2 days
  • May 7, 2022 – Starlink 4-15 moved 4 days forward; Ax-4 launch likely NET 2024; new mission added: Jupiter-3

Announced secondary payloads with unknown primary missions:

» List of SpaceX Smallsat Rideshare missions
» List of Starship and Super Heavy test flights


NET Date (UTC) Mission Rocket / Dragon Orbit Pad
May 25, 2022 Transporter-5 F9 (B1061.8) LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Jun 7, 2022 CRS-25 F9 (B1067.5) + Dragon (C208.3) LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Jun 10, 2022 Nilesat-301 F9 (B1049.11) GTO SLC-40
Jun 2022 Starlink 4-19 F9 LEO Florida
Jun 2022 SARah 1 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-4E
Late Jun 2022 SES-22 F9 GTO Florida
Summer 2022 IM-1 F9 ? LC-39A
Summer 2022 OneWeb F9 LEO (PO) SLC-40
Q3 2022 O3b mPOWER 1 F9 MEO SLC-40
Q3 2022 O3b mPOWER 2 F9 MEO Florida
Q3 2022 O3b mPOWER 3 F9 MEO Florida
Aug 1, 2022 KPLO F9 ? Florida
Aug 1, 2022 Psyche FH (B1072.1/B1074.1/B1075.1) Escape LC-39A
Aug 15, 2022 ViaSat-3 Americas + Aurora 4A FH (B1068.1/B1053.3/B1052.5) GEO? LC-39A
Sep 1, 2022 Crew-5 F9 + Dragon (C210.2) LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Sep 24, 2022 SDA Tranche 0 L1 F9 LEO (PO) SLC-4E
Sep 2022 WorldView Legion 1 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Oct 2022 Transporter-6 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Oct 2022 CRS-26 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Oct 2022 USSF-52 FH (B1064.2/B1065.2/B1070.1) GTO LC-39A
Q4 2022 Intelsat Galaxy 31/32 F9 GTO Florida
Q4 2022 GPSIII-SV06 F9 MEO SLC-40
Q4 2022 Intelsat Galaxy 33/34 F9 GTO Florida
Q4 2022 SES-18/SES-19 F9 GTO Florida
Q4 2022 O3b mPOWER 4 F9 MEO Florida
Late 2022 Amazonas Nexus F9 GTO Florida
Nov 15, 2022 SWOT F9 LEO SLC-4E
Nov 2022 USSF-67 FH ? LC-39A
Nov 2022 Polaris Dawn F9 + Dragon (C207.3) LEO LC-39A
Dec 2022 IM-2 F9 TLI LC-39A
Dec 2022 WorldView Legion 2 F9 LEO ?
Dec 2022 USSF-44 FH (B1064.1/B1065.1/B1066.1) GSO LC-39A
2022 SARah 2+3 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-4E
Jan 10, 2023 CRS-27 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Jan 2023 Transporter-7 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Jan 2023 Intelsat 40e / TEMPO F9 GTO Florida
NLT Mar 2023 SDA Tranche 0 L2 F9 LEO (PO) SLC-4E
Early 2023 ASBM F9 HEO ?
Q1 2023 USSF-36 F9 ? SLC-40
Q1 2023 Jupiter-3 FH GTO Florida
Q1 2023 Inmarsat-6 F2 F9 GTO SLC-40
Q1 2023 Türksat 6A F9 GTO Florida
Mar 2023 WorldView Legion 3 F9 LEO ?
Apr 2023 Transporter-8 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Spring 2023 Ax-2 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Spring 2023 Crew-6 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
H1 2023 Satria F9 GTO Florida
Jun 5, 2023 CRS-28 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Q3 2023 NROL-69 F9 ? SLC-40
Q3 2023 Intelsat Galaxy 37 F9 GTO Florida
H2 2023 Thuraya 4-NGS F9 GTO Florida
Sep 2023 Blue Ghost F9 TLI Florida
Oct 20, 2023 CRS-29 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Oct 2023 Transporter-9 F9 LEO (SSO) SLC-40
Nov 30, 2023 PACE F9 LEO (SSO) Florida
Nov 2023 MM1 ? ? ?
Late 2023 Griffin Mission 1 FH TLI LC-39A
2023 Ax-3 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
2023 Nusantara Lima F9 GTO ?
2023 dearMoon Starship TLI ?
Q1 2024 IM-3 F9 ? LC-39A
Early 2024 Crew-7 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
Apr 2024 GOES-U FH GTO? LC-39A
Spring 2024 MRV-1 F9 GTO? Florida?
Jun 17, 2024 SPHEREx F9 LEO (PO) SLC-4E
H2 2024 O3b mPOWER 5 F9 MEO Florida
Oct 2024 Europa Clipper FH (?/B1074.X/B1075.X) Escape LC-39A
Nov 2024 PPE/HALO FH GTO LC-39A
2024? Ax-4 F9 + Dragon LEO (ISS) LC-39A
2024 Uncrewed HLS Test Starship Moon LC-39A?
Feb 1, 2025 IMAP F9 Escape Florida
Apr 2025 Crewed HLS (Artemis III) Starship Moon LC-39A?
2025 Skynet 6A F9 GTO Florida
2028 GLS-1 FH + Dragon XL TLI LC-39A
2029 GLS-2 FH + Dragon XL TLI 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 L1 = The Sun-Earth Langrangian Point 1, BC = Boca Chica, Texas

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Tsudo

be great to also have the total number of upcoming flights manifested

StingerNSW

08.10.19 – What changed for you to list the Starlink v1 missions as TBD?
Fantastic website, a big thumbs up from me

Sherri Vonch

So I see codes on the mission agenda for all tmi, is this being replaced on the mission agenda for Mars? Just curious.

Sherri Vonch

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?

Eric Gribble

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.

Bob

Per @TGMetsFan98 9/8/2020, USSF-44 is scheduled for 2/28/2021

Bob
MSS

Feb 7
09:31 as UTC
Starlink v1-17 Launch

MSS

The table in page at: Upcoming Events (UTC/24H)

Apr 5    Crew-1 Dragon Redocking
10:29-11:15

Apr 22
10:11   Crew-2 Launch

Apr 23
11:05 Crew-2 Dragon docks ISS

Apr 28 
~09:00 Crew-1 Dragon Departs ISS

Apr 28 
16:35 Crew-1 Dragon Splashdowns near Florida

update on March 30, 2021.

Last edited 1 year ago by MSS
Bob

Is DOGE-1 not a real mission? Thought maybe it would be on the Smallsat Rideshare Missions.

Max

With USSF-44 and 52 swapped, the numbering of the side boosters needs changing.