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Future Launch:
🛰 AEHF 4
🚀 Atlas V
📆 2018-10-17
⌚ 12:00 midniteEDT
🌍 04:00 UTC
📺 Webcast @ 23:45
Next Launch:
🛰 ICON
🚀 Pegasus XL
📆 2018-10-06
06:00 amEDT
🌍 10:00 UTC
📺 Webcast @ 04:00 am
Next Launch:
🛰 HTV-7
🚀 H-IIB
📆 2018-09-22
 2:59:14 pmEDT
🌏 02:52:14 JST

🌍 20:59:14 UTC
📺 Webcast @ 1:30 pmEDT
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ICON, The Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) will study the frontier of space: the dynamic zone high in our atmosphere where Earth weather and space weather meet. It will be launched by the air-launched Pegasus XL rocket booster, which will be dropped from an L-1011 aircraft off the coast of Florida near Cape Canaveral. The launch will be too far from shore to be seen, except via Webcast.
ICON will perform a two-year mission to observe conditions in both the thermosphere and ionosphere.
- Booster: Northrup-Grumman Pegasus
- Launch Date: 2018-10-06, 06:00 amEDT (10:00 UTC)

AEHF 4, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2018-10-04, 11:07 PMedt (03:07 UTC)

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Es'hail 2, A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the Es'hail 2 communications satellite. Built by Mitsubishi Electric Corp. and owned by Qatar's national satellite communications company Es'hailSat, Es'hail 2 will provide television broadcasts, broadband connectivity and government services to Qatar and neighboring parts of the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Es'hail 2 also carries the first amateur radio payload to fly in geostationary orbit.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2018-11-xx

STP 2, Space Test Program 2 will launch with 25 spacecraft inside its nose cone. Experimental satellites aboard the rocket will include six weather research satellites - each weighing less than 500 pounds (225 kilograms) - part of the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate-2, or COSMIC-2, program. The joint U.S.-Taiwanese COSMIC-2 program is a follow-on to six microsatellites launched in 2006 to measure temperature and humidity conditions in the atmosphere by monitoring the attenuation of GPS navigation signals.
- Booster: Falcon Heavy
- Launch Date: 2018-11-xx

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ICON, The Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) will study the frontier of space: the dynamic zone high in our atmosphere where Earth weather and space weather meet. It will be launched by the air-launched Pegasus XL rocket booster, which will be dropped from an L-1011 aircraft off the coast of Florida near Cape Canaveral. The launch will be too far from shore to be seen, except via Webcast. ICON will perform a two-year mission to observe conditions in both the thermosphere and ionosphere. - Booster: Northrup-Grumman Pegasus
- Launch Date: 2018-10-06, 06:00 amEDT (10:00 UTC)

AEHF 4, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2018-10-04, 11:07 PMedt (03:07 UTC)

Es'hail 2, is a planned communication satellite operated by Es’hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company. It will also feature an Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2018-08-xx,

Crew Dragon Demo 1, A man-rated Dragon Capsule for the NASA Commercial Crew Program will be launched as an unmanned test flight to certify the spacecraft for future manned flights.
- Booster: Falcon9
- Launch Date: 2018-08-xx

AEHF 4, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2018-10-05

Dragon SpaceX 16, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 11-29, 4:34 pmEST (21:34 UTC)*
* time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

WGS 10, The 10th Wideband Global SATCOM spacecraft, for the DOD will provide high bandwitch communications to the Warfighter.
- Booster: Delta IV Heavy
- Launch Date: 2018-12-13

Arabsat 6A, Arabsat 6A will provide Ku-band and Ka-band communications coverage over the Middle East and North Africa regions. It is being launched for ArabSat of Saudi Arabia.
- Booster: Falcon Heavy
- Launch Date: 2018-12-xx

CST-100 Starliner Flight Test, An Atlas 5 rocket, will launch Boeing’s first Crew Space Transportation Starliner spacecraft on an unmanned Orbital Test Flight to the International Space Station to certify the campsule for manned flights in the future. The capsule will dock with the space station, then return to Earth to a landing in the Western United States after an orbital shakedown cruise ahead of a two or three-person Crew Test Flight. The rocket will fly in a vehicle configuration with two solid rocket boosters and a dual-engine Centaur upper stage.
- Booster: Atlas V (422)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2019-01-xx Dragon SpaceX 16, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2019-02-17, 08:01 amEST (13:01 UTC)*
* time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

STP 2, Space Test Program 2 will launch with 25 spacecraft inside its nose cone. Experimental satellites aboard the rocket will include six weather research satellites — each weighing less than 500 pounds (225 kilograms) — part of the Constellation Observing System for Meteorology, Ionosphere and Climate-2, or COSMIC-2, program. The joint U.S.-Taiwanese COSMIC-2 program is a follow-on to six microsatellites launched in 2006 to measure temperature and humidity conditions in the atmosphere by monitoring the attenuation of GPS navigation signals. - Booster: Falcon Heavy
- Launch Date: 2019-02-xx

Dragon SpaceX 16, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2019-05-07, 02:06 amEST (6:06 UTC)*
* time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

AEHF 5, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2019-07-xx

GPS 3-02, The second Block 3 GPS navigation satellite for the US Air Force.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2019-04-04

GPS 3-03, The third Block 3 GPS navigation satellite for the US Air Force.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2019-10-xx

Last Updated: 2018-09-11

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