MissionLaunch Date  StatusVideo
Starlink-9 (v1.0) & BlackSky Global 5-6 patch
Starlink-9 (v1.0) & BlackSky Global 5-6
This mission will launch the ninth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center. It is the tenth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. This mission is includes a rideshare of two BlackSky satellites on top of the Starlink stack. The booster for this mission is expected to land an ASDS.
Falcon 9
07 Aug 2020

Launched
ANASIS-II patch
ANASIS-II
SpaceX will launch ANASIS-II, a South Korean geostationary military communication satellite from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center. It will be South Korea's first dedicated military communications satellite. Falcon 9 will deliver the satellite to a geostationary transfer orbit. The booster is expected to land downrange on an ASDS.
Falcon 9
20 Jul 2020
Success
GPS III SV03 (Columbus) patch
GPS III SV03 (Columbus)
SpaceX launches GPS Block III Space Vehicle 03 from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS aboard a Falcon 9. GPS III is owned and operated by the US Air Force and produced by Lockheed Martin. This is the third GPS III satellite and the second launched by SpaceX. The satellite will be delivered into a MEO transfer orbit. The booster for this mission is expected to land on an ASDS.
Falcon 9
30 Jun 2020
Success
Starlink-8 & SkySat 16-18 patch
Starlink-8 & SkySat 16-18
This mission will launch the eighth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. It is the ninth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. This mission is expected to include rideshare payloads, SkySats 16-18, on top of the Starlink stack. The booster for this mission is expected to land an ASDS.
Falcon 9
13 Jun 2020
Success
Starlink 7 patch
Starlink 7
This mission will launch the seventh batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. It is the eighth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on JRTI on its first mission since arriving at Port Canaveral.
Falcon 9
04 Jun 2020
Success
CCtCap Demo Mission 2 patch
CCtCap Demo Mission 2
SpaceX will launch the second demonstration mission of its Crew Dragon vehicle as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Transportation Capability Program (CCtCap), carryingNASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the International Space Station. This mission will be the first crewed flight to launch from the United States since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011. DM-2 demonstrates the Falcon 9 and Crew Dragon's ability to safely transport crew to and from the space station. The booster for this mission will land on OCISLY. The mission will be complete with the safe return the Dragon capsule and astronauts.
Falcon 9
30 May 2020
Success
Starlink 6 patch
Starlink 6
This mission will launch the sixth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. It is the seventh Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
22 Apr 2020
Success
Starlink 5 patch
Starlink 5
The sixth Starlink launch overall and the fifth operational batch of Starlink satellites will launch into orbit aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. This mission is expected to deploy all sixty satellites into an elliptical orbit about fifteen minutes into flight. In the weeks following launch the satellites are expected to utilize their onboard ion thrusters to raise their orbits to 550 km in three groups of 20, making use of precession rates to separate themselves into three planes. The booster will land on a drone ship approximately 628 km downrange.
Falcon 9
18 Mar 2020
Success
CRS-20 patch
CRS-20
SpaceX's 20th and final Crew Resupply Mission under the original NASA CRS contract, this mission brings essential supplies to the International Space Station using SpaceX's reusable Dragon spacecraft. It is the last scheduled flight of a Dragon 1 capsule. (CRS-21 and up under the new Commercial Resupply Services 2 contract will use Dragon 2.) The external payload for this mission is the Bartolomeo ISS external payload hosting platform. Falcon 9 and Dragon will launch from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and the booster will land at LZ-1. The mission will be complete with return and recovery of the Dragon capsule and down cargo.
Falcon 9
07 Mar 2020
Success
Starlink 4 patch
Starlink 4
This mission will launch the fourth batch of Starlink version 1.0 satellites, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. It is the fifth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
17 Feb 2020
Success
Starlink 3 patch
Starlink 3
This mission will launch the third batch of Starlink version 1.0 satellites, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. It is the fourth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
29 Jan 2020
Success
Crew Dragon In Flight Abort Test patch
Crew Dragon In Flight Abort Test
SpaceX will launch a Crew Dragon capsule from LC-39A, KSC on a fully fueled Falcon 9 rocket and then trigger the launch escape system during the period of maximum dynamic pressure. As part of NASA'a Commercial Crew Integrated Capability program (CCiCap) this test will contribute valuable data to help validate Crew Dragon and its launch abort system. The Crew Dragon will be recovered by GO Searcher after splashdown in the Atlantic Ocean. This flight does not go to orbit. The booster and upper stage are expected to break up following capsule separation and there will be no landing attempt.
Falcon 9
19 Jan 2020
Success
Starlink 2 patch
Starlink 2
This mission will launch the second batch of Starlink version 1.0 satellites, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. They are expected to contribute to the 550 km x 53° shell. It is the third Starlink launch overall. Starlink is a low Earth orbit broadband internet constellation developed and owned by SpaceX which will eventually consist of nearly 12 000 satellites and will provide low latency internet service to ground terminals around the world. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
07 Jan 2020
Success
JCSat 18 / Kacific 1 patch
JCSat 18 / Kacific 1
SpaceX will launch the Boeing built dual payload satellite to geostationary transfer orbit from XXXX. JCSat 18 is a mobile broadband communications payload built for Sky Perfect JSAT Corporation of Japan and will service Asia Pacific. Kacific 1 is a high throughput broadband internet payload built for Kacific Broadband Satellites and will service certain high demand areas of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Both payloads share a single chassis. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
17 Dec 2019
Success
CRS-19 patch
CRS-19
SpaceX's 19th Crew Resupply Mission on behalf of NASA with a total of 20 contracted flights, this mission brings essential supplies to the International Space Station using SpaceX's reusable Dragon spacecraft. The external payloads for this mission include the Hyperspectral Imager Suite and a lithium-ion battery. Falcon 9 and Dragon will launch from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. The mission will be complete with return and recovery of the Dragon capsule and down cargo.
Falcon 9
05 Dec 2019
Success
Starlink 1 patch
Starlink 1
This mission will launch the first batch of Starlink version 1.0 satellites, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. They are expected to contribute to the 550 km x 53° shell. It is the second Starlink launch overall. Starlink is a low Earth orbit broadband internet constellation developed and owned by SpaceX which will eventually consist of nearly 12 000 satellites and will provide low latency internet service to ground terminals around the world. The booster for this mission is expected to land on OCISLY.
Falcon 9
11 Nov 2019
Success
Amos-17 patch
Amos-17
SpaceX will launch Boeing built Amos-17, a geostationary communications satellite for Israeli company Spacecom. The satellite will be delivered to GTO from KSC LC-39A or possibly CCAFS SLC-40, and will replace the defunct Amos-5 at 17° E. Amos-17 carries multi-band high throughput and regional beams servicing Africa, Europe and the Middle East. The cost of this launch is covered for Spacecom by SpaceX credit following the Amos-6 incident. A recovery of the booster for this mission is not expected.
Falcon 9
06 Aug 2019
Success
CRS-18 patch
CRS-18
SpaceX's 18th Commercial Resupply Services mission out of a total of 20 such contracted flights for NASA, this launch will deliver essential supplies to the International Space Station using the reusable Dragon 1 cargo spacecraft. The external payload for this mission is International Docking Adapter 3, replacing IDA-1 lost in SpaceX's CRS-7 launch failure. This mission will launch from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral AFS on a Falcon 9, and the first-stage booster is expected to land back at CCAFS LZ-1.
Falcon 9
25 Jul 2019
Success
STP-2 patch
STP-2
Space Test Program 2 is a rideshare managed by the U.S. Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC), launching from LC-39A, KSC. Most of the spacecraft will be delivered into low Earth orbit (LEO) in two deployment sequences separated by a second stage burn. These LEO payloads include the six Taiwan and United States owned COSMIC-2 microsatellites, the Planetary Society's LightSail-B demonstrator cubesat, and others. The third and final deployment will be the Air Force Research Lab's DSX spacecraft, which will be delivered to a medium Earth orbit (MEO). This mission will reuse the side cores from Arabsat 6A, which will return to LZ-1, and LZ-2. The new center core will boost back to land on OCISLY less than 40 km from the launch site.
Falcon Heavy
25 Jun 2019
Success
RADARSAT Constellation patch
RADARSAT Constellation
SpaceX is launching the three satellite RADARSAT Constellation Mission into Sun Synchronous orbit from SLC-4E, VAFB. The RCM spacecraft are synthetic aperture radar (SAR) Earth observation satellites built by the Canadian space company, MDA, for the Canadian Space Agency. This mission was delayed when the originally slated booster failed to land after CRS-16. The booster is expected to return to LZ-4.
Falcon 9
12 Jun 2019
Success
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