2019-2025 Space Launch Calendar


2019 Space Launches

Due to weather uncertainties and potential delays, launches are grouped by quarter rather than by month. All listings are in approximate order of scheduled launch however.

Quarter Launch Site Launch Vehicle Payload
Q1 Satish Dhawan Space Center, IN GSLV Mk.2 EMISat
Q1 Vandenberg AFB, CA USA SpaceX Falcon 9 10 Iridiums
Q1 Uchinoura Space Center, JP Epsilon RAPIS 1 + 6 rideshares
Q1 Kennedy Space Center, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Crew Dragon (demo) to ISS
Q1 Mojave Air & Space Port, CA USA Virgin Cosmic Girl LauncherOne to suborbit
Q1 Kourou, French Guiana Ariane 5 ECA Hellas-Sat 4/SaudiGeoSat 1 + GSAT 31
Q1 Cape Canaveral AFS, FL USA ULA Delta 4 WGS SATCOM
Q1 Satish Dhawan Space Center, IN GSLV Mk.3 Chandrayaan 2 to Moon
Q1 Kourou, French Guiana Arianespace Vega Italian PRISMA
Q1 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Russian Soyuz EgyptSat-A
Q1 Cape Canaveral AFS, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 PSN 6 + SpaceIL Lunar Lander
Q1 Vandenberg AFB, CA USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Radarsat Constellation
Q1 Kennedy Space Center, FL USA SpaceX Falcon Heavy Arabsat 6A
Q1 Sinnamary, French Guiana Arianespace Soyuz OneWeb
Q1 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Russian Soyuz Expedition crew to ISS
Q1 Kennedy Space Center, FL USA SpaceX Falcon Heavy AF Space Test Program-2
Q1 Cape Canaveral, FL USA ULA Atlas 5 CST-100 Starliner (demo) to ISS
Q1 Vostochny Cosmodrome, Russia Russian Soyuz Meteor M2-2
Q1 Cape Canaveral, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Dragon CRS 17 to ISS
Q1 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Russian Soyuz Progress 72P to ISS
Q2 Cape Canaveral, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Amos 17
Q2 Wallops Island, VA USA Minotaur 1 NROL-111
Q2 Wenchang, China Long March 5 Shijian 20
Q2 Cape Canaveral, FL USA ULA Delta 4 AF GPS 3-02
Q2 Wallops Island, VA USA Northrop Grumman Antares Cygnus NG-11 to ISS
Q2 Cape Canaveral, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Dragon CRS-18 to ISS
Q2 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Russian Soyuz Progress 73P to ISS
Q2 Kennedy Space Center, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Crew Dragon to ISS
Q3 Cape Canaveral, FL USA ULA Atlas 5 AEHF 5
Q3 Tanegashima Space Center, JP H-2B HTV 8 to ISS
Q3 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Russian Soyuz Expedition crew to ISS
Q3 Cape Canaveral, FL USA ULA Atlas 5 CST-100 Starliner crew to ISS
Q4 Wallops Island, VA USA Northrop Grumman Antares Cygnus NG-12 to ISS
Q4 Cape Canaveral, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 GPS 3-03
Q4 Sinnamary, French Guiana Arianespace Soyuz CSG 1 + CHEOPS
Q4 Cape Canaveral, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 Dragon CRS 19 to ISS
Q4 Vandenberg AFB, FL USA SpaceX Falcon 9 SAOCOM 1B
Q4 Wenchang, China Long March 5 Chang'e 5 to Moon
TBA Mahia Peninsula, NZ Rocket Lab Electron MX-1E + ILO-1 to Moon S. Pole
TBA Van Horn, TX USA Blue Origin New Shepard Crew Capsule 2 crew to suborbit


2020-2025 Noteworthy Space Launches

Year Launch Site Launch Vehicle Payload
2020 Cape Canaveral, USA ULA Atlas 5 Mars rover
2020 Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan Proton ExoMars rover
2020 Satish Dhawan, IN GSLV III Mars orbiter, lander, rover
2020 China Mars rover
2020 Soyuz Asteroid Impact & Deflection Assessment
2020 Wenchang, CH Long March 5 Chang'e 6 lunar sample return
2020 Naro, South Korea KSLV-2 Lunar orbiter
2021 Kourou, French Guiana Ariane 5 ECA James Webb Telescope
2022 China - Asteroid Mission
2022 Kourou, French Guiana Ariane 5 ECA JUICE Jupiter moons orbiter
2023 Wenchang, China Ariane 5 ECA Mars lander, rover
2023 Cape Canaveral, USA Atlas V 551 Asteroid Redirect Mission
2023 Cape Canaveral, USA NASA SLS-1 Europa Clipper orbiter, lander
2025 Wenchang, CH CZ-5 Venus orbiter, lander
2025 China Asteroid Sample Return

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