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(SpaceX)   Launch Time, order up - SpaceX launches the SES-22 comsat mission on Falcon 9 B1073.2 from SLC-40 at Canaveral. Tracking sites list launch for either 5:04 PM EDT on June 28, or 5:04 PM EDT on June 29. Update: Launch rescheduled to June 29th   (spacex.com) divider line
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2022-06-27 12:53:12 PM  
Apparently, this is part of an effort to clear the C-band to make way for the rollout of 5G services.
 
2022-06-27 2:12:13 PM  
I could have sworn I saw another Starlink launch scheduled for the 25th, but obviously that didn't happen. I'm assuming they didn't want to be around if the SLS went boom.
 
2022-06-27 3:39:28 PM  

bingethinker: I could have sworn I saw another Starlink launch scheduled for the 25th, but obviously that didn't happen. I'm assuming they didn't want to be around if the SLS went boom.


I had seen that one, too.  I believe it was scheduled to launch on B1058.13.

What can I say?  Launches are very definitely "Subject to change without notice".

Anyway, July looks to have about five missions.
 
2022-06-28 5:56:40 PM  
What time is the next SpaceX launch?
ROCKET LAUNCH: June 29, 2022 | 5:04 PM EDT | SpaceX Falcon 9 SES-22. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the SES-22 communications satellite for SES of Luxembourg.
/kennedyspacecenter
 
2022-06-29 4:49:44 PM  
We have oontz
 
2022-06-29 4:54:05 PM  
They really seem to have cut town the pre-launch coverage down to just the big visual pre-launch steps unless they are doing bonus advertising pre-roll video for customers these days. not complaining. It is interesting how they have streamlined even the streams.
 
2022-06-29 4:55:58 PM  

Bhaughbb: They really seem to have cut town the pre-launch coverage down to just the big visual pre-launch steps unless they are doing bonus advertising pre-roll video for customers these days. not complaining. It is interesting how they have streamlined even the streams.


Yeah, some of the Starlink launches they've started the coverage inside of T-10 minutes.

When they are doing this many launches, there is only so much you can say about each launch.
 
2022-06-29 5:01:28 PM  
Erector. heh heh heh
 
2022-06-29 5:04:35 PM  
Nice liftoff!
 
2022-06-29 5:07:26 PM  
And a good separation, looks like another clean launch as expected.
 
2022-06-29 5:08:08 PM  
Dammit!  Got wrapped up at work and missed the launch!
 
2022-06-29 5:08:37 PM  
Lookin' good on the Fairing Deploy!
 
2022-06-29 5:10:00 PM  
July looks to be another busy month.
 
2022-06-29 5:13:07 PM  
Coming down right next to that small cloud was nice. Great landing video!
 
2022-06-29 5:13:22 PM  
And yet another good landing!  WOW!
 
2022-06-29 5:13:35 PM  
PERFECT Video of this one!
 
2022-06-29 5:13:49 PM  
"Expected loss of signal."

Nope.
 
2022-06-29 5:14:04 PM  
127th landing.  Dayum!
 
2022-06-29 5:16:32 PM  
Back to oontz. It never gets "old"... and now we have a partially reusable space system that does weekly launches, like I was promised when I was a wee larva
 
2022-06-29 5:19:00 PM  
This
Never
Gets
Old
:-)
 
2022-06-29 5:30:37 PM  
Looks like close to the boost step.
 
2022-06-29 5:39:43 PM  
Here's the updated list of successful SpaceX Missions. I've realigned the dates and order for upcoming flights. Last year was a record, with Thirty-One missions.  There are currently 61 listed so far for this year, with more Starlink missions to come! We can count on some of these slipping into 2023 or later, for any one of myriad reasons, but 2022 will certainly be another record year.  SpaceX's launch cadence is about one launch every 6.5 days so far; we'll see if they can maintain that rate.

Year  # flown  Milestones
2006 - 1 - Falcon 1 successfully flies on its fourth attempt
2007 - 1
2008 - 2
2009 - 1
2010 - 2 - First Falcon 9, June 4, 2010
2011 - 0
2012 - 2 - First private spaceship (Dragon) to visit ISS
2013 - 3 - Falcon 9 v1.1
2014 - 6
2015 - 6 - Falcon 9 'Full Thrust' and first booster landing
2016 - 8
2017 - 18 - First Launch and Recovery of a reused booster / Dragon
2018 - 21 - First Falcon Heavy, First F9 Block 5, First booster with 3 flights
2019 - 13 - Successful Crew Dragon Demo 1; 1st Paying Falcon Heavy; Starlink; 1 F9 flies 4 times
2020 - 26 - 7 flights on one Falcon 9; Crew Dragon CertifiedStarship test flightsStarlink Beta Opens
2021 - 312 ISS Crew/1 Tourist flights; 1st good Starship landing; 2 boosters hit 10 flights; Starlink is Live

2022:

1     01/06/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 34          B1062.4
2     01/13/2022    Falcon 9 - Transporter-3     B1058.10
3     01/18/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 35          B1060.10
4     01/31/2022    Falcon 9 - CSG-2                B1052.3
5     02/02/2022    Falcon 9 - NROL-87            B1071.1
6     02/03/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 36          B1061.6
7     02/21/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 37          B1058.11
8     02/25/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 38          B1063.4
9     03/03/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 39          B1060.11
10   03/09/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 40          B1052.4
11   03/19/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 41          B1051.12
12   04/01/2022    Falcon 9 -Transporter 4      B1061.7
13   04/08/2022    Falcon 9 - Ax-1 (Crewed; first fully private mission to the ISS) B1062.5
14   04/17/2022    Falcon 9 - NROL-85            B1071.2
15   04/21/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 42          B1060.12
16   04/27/2022    Falcon 9 - CREW 4.            B1067.4
17   04/29/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 43         B1062.6
18   05/06/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 44         B1058.12
19   05/13/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 45         B1063.5
20   05/14/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 46         B1073.1
21   05/18/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 47         B1052.5
22   05/25/2022    Falcon 9 -Transporter 5     B1061.8
23   06/08/2022    Falcon 9 - Nilesat 301        B1049.11
24   06/17/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 48         B1060.13
25   06/18/2022    Falcon 9 - SARah 1            B1071.3
26   06/19/2022    Falcon 9 - Globalstar-2       B1061.9
27   06/29/2022    Falcon 9 - SES-22              B1073.2

Upcoming Flights:
07/07/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 49               B1058.13
07/08/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 50
07/15/2022    Falcon 9 - CRS 25                   B1067.5
07/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 51
07/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 52
07/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 53
08/02/2022    Falcon 9 - Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter
08/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Starlink 54
09/01/2022    Falcon 9 - CREW 5
09/24/2022    Falcon 9 - Tranche 0
09/??/2022    Falcon 9 - BlueWalker 3 Rideshare
09/??/2022    Falcon 9 - WorldView Legion 1 & 2
09/??/2022    Falcon Heavy - ViaSat 3
Q3/??/2022   Falcon 9 - O3b mPower-1,2
Q3/??/2022   Falcon 9 - O3b mPower-3,4
Q3/??/2022   Falcon 9 - O3b mPower-5,6
Q3/??/2022   Falcon 9 - Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32
Q3/??/2022   Falcon 9 - Galaxy 33 and Galaxy 34
10/01/2022    Falcon 9 - CRS 26
Q3/??/2022   Starship / Super Heavy - Full Stack Test Flight
Q3/??/2022   Starship / Super Heavy - Orbital Flight 1
10/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Transporter 6
11/??/2022    Falcon 9 - SWOT (Surface Water and Ocean Topography)
11/??/2022    Falcon Heavy - USSF-67
11/??/2022    Falcon 9 - Eutelsat geostationary comsat
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - Polaris Dawn (Crewed mission for Jared Isaacman)
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - IM-1 Nova-C Lunar Lander
12/??/2022    Falcon 9 - WorldView Legion 3 - 4
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - OneWeb Flight #14
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - Hakuto-R Mission 1 Lunar Lander / Emirates Lunar Mission Rover
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - SES-18, SES-19
??/??/2022    Falcon 9 - GPS 3 SV06 ("Amelia Earhart")
Q4/??/2022   Falcon 9 - O3b mPower-7, 8, 9
H2/??/2022   Falcon 9 - Amazonas Nexus
??/??/2022    Falcon 9 - SARah 2 & 3
12/??/2022    Falcon Heavy - USSF 44  B1064.1, B1065.1, B1066.1

(from http://www.spacex.com/missions, https://spaceflightnow.com/launch-schedule/ and https://www.rocketlaunch.live/?filter=spacex)
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Falcon_9_and_Falcon_Heavy_launches)
 
2022-06-29 5:50:55 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: PERFECT Video of this one!


I read last week that SpaceX recently started using StarLink on its barges. The last few have been much better.
 
2022-06-29 6:01:54 PM  

Spectrum: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: PERFECT Video of this one!

I read last week that SpaceX recently started using StarLink on its barges. The last few have been much better.


Yup.  Current launch cadence is 27 launches in 180 days, or one every 6.66667 days.

On pace for 54 missions this year, or 74% more than last year.

I see that the mission to Psyche is slipping till next year because of a software problem on the payload.  Dammit!

Here's hoping we can see some Starship / Super Heavy testing this year.
 
2022-06-29 6:28:43 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: Spectrum: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: PERFECT Video of this one!

I read last week that SpaceX recently started using StarLink on its barges. The last few have been much better.

Yup.  Current launch cadence is 27 launches in 180 days, or one every 6.66667 days.

On pace for 54 missions this year, or 74% more than last year.

I see that the mission to Psyche is slipping till next year because of a software problem on the payload.  Dammit!

Here's hoping we can see some Starship / Super Heavy testing this year.


First JWST images coming July 12.
 
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