2:00 PM Est, Friday January 21st the Atlas V in the 511-configuration lifted of SLC-41 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, launching two satellites into a near geosynchronous orbit for the U.S. Space Force Systems Command.
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.
Dec. 6th at 4:04 AM Est the STP-3 mission launched atop an Atlas V 551 rocket from ULA. The mission, a series of tests for the U.S. Space Force.
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.