August 27 at 11:41 pm E.T. a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off SLC-40 carrying 54 Starlink satellites and the heaviest payload a F9 has yet to carry.
August 19 at 3:21 pm E.T. SpaceX lifts off another batch of 53 Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral Space force Station as it has now launched 37 missions this year.
NASA moved the time line for the SLS’s third roll out up by over a day. After a slight delay due to lightning in the area SLS began to roll from the VAB at 10:00 pm E.T. on August 16th. Now it will reside on Launch Complex 39B until it lifts off for the first time on a journey around the moon, going further and longer than any human rated spacecraft has gone before.
August 9 at 10:14 pm E.T. from LC-39A at the Kennedy Space Center. SpaceX launches a batch of fifty-two Starlink satellites into orbit after a delay from 6:57 pm E.T. due to upper level winds.
7:08 pm E.T. from SLC-40 the second of two launches from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station lifted off with the South Korean built lunar orbiting spacecraft. SpaceX has now launched their 34th mission of the year and 168th Falcon 9 total.
6:29 am E.T. from SLC-41, an Atlas V 421 lifted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station carrying the sixth and final SBIRS satellite, the GEO-6.
July 24 at 9:38 am E.T. SpaceX reaches a new record at 33 launches this year as yet another batch of Starlink satellites has entered orbit around our Earth.
July 14 at 8:44 pm E.T. NASA and SpaceX launch their twenty-fifth resupply mission to the ISS. Loaded with over five thousand pounds of research, cargo, and food for the astronauts orbiting overhead.
July 7th at 9:11 am E.T. SpaceX launches another Falcon 9 booster for its thirteenth flight. On that flight was another batch of 53 Starlink satellites headed into the ever growing constellation for SpaceX.
June 30 at 6:00 pm E.T. an Atlas V rocket in the 541 configuration lifted off from SLC-41 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station to deliver dual payloads to a geosynchronous orbit for testing purposes of the Department of Defense.