January 17th at 7:27 PM Est a Falcon 9 rocket launched from LC-39A at the Kennedy Space Center carrying 49 more Starlink satellites.
Thursday January 13th, at 10:24 AM Est Transporter-3 lifted off with over one hundred satellites onboard as SpaceX filed another of its Rideshare programs launch services contracts.
January 6th, 4:49 PM Est SpaceX launched their first mission of the year. Starlink 4-5 lifted off of LC-39A as booster 1062 now makes its fourth flight.
At 5:06 AM Est, the anniversary of the first ever SpaceX booster landing the company has now made their 100th successful landing. CRS-24 launched in order to resupply the space station with food, science, and other needed items for use in orbit.
At 10:58 PM Est from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station the Turksat 5B mission launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
Will 2022 be even bigger of a year than 2021 for SpaceX. Currently there are 38 launches on the manifest for the company, not including any Starlink launches from a Falcon 9.
NASA’s IXPE mission launched Thurs. Dec 9th at 1:00 AM Est from Kennedy Space Center on a mission to further understand our universe and how it works.
SpaceX has broken their previous launch record with tonight’s Starlink 4-3 launch. The company has sent twenty-seven Falcon 9 payloads to orbit now, with three more planned before the years end.
Nov. 24th, 1:21 AM Est, NASA launches the DART mission using a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on the first ever Planetary Defense mission to impact an asteroid in an attempt to alter its orbital course.
November 13th, 2021. After yesterdays weather delay fifty-three new Starlinks are in orbit after a many month delay in theses satellite launches.