Confirmed launches

Falcon-9 • Zuma

Falcon-9 rocket will deliver to orbit from LC-39A launch site at Kennedy Space Center payload for Northrop Grumman. Falcon-9 will perform landing of the booster after separation with the second stage.
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Epsilon • ASNARO-2

Radar observation satellite designed by Japan Space Systems and NEC Corp. (Advanced Satellite with New System ARchitecture for Observation) will be delivered by  solid-fuel light rocket Epsilon.
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Delta II • ICESat-2

Second mission of Delta II rocket in 2017 after planned launch of JPSS-1 satellite on March. ICESat-2 will measure thickness of ice sheets from LEO orbit using laser altimeter.  Made for NASA by Orbital Sciences Corporation will spent on orbit 3 years performing number of maneuvers using its four 22 N and eighth 4.5 N…
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Falcon-9 FT • Dragon SpX-13

The day after launch of Russian Soyuz MS-06, we will see launch of the Dragon cargo spacecraft with supplies for ISS. Mission will start from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, USA; during CRS-13 mission (NASA codename for SpX-13), SpaceX will utilize Falcon-9 FT rocket and maybe will try to perform another landing of the first…
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Zenit-3F • AngoSat

First Angolan satellite in the history will be delivered on the top of the Ukrainian Zenit-3F rocket with Fregat upper stage.
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Ariane 5 • Galileo FM19 – FM22

Next four navigation satellites operating under ESA Galileo system. This time spacecrafts will be delivered to orbit on atop of Ariane 5 rocket from ELA-3 launch pad at Guiana Space Center. All four are result of cooperation of OHB System (bus) and SSTL (payload). Weighing around 730 kg satellites will operate on GEO orbit of…
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Soyuz-FG • Soyuz MS-07

Mission of three members of Expedition 54 to International Space Station. Inside Soyuz MS-07  Commander Sergey Ryazansky of the Roscosmos, Flight Engineer 1 Norishige Kanai of JAXA and Flight Engineer 2 Scott D Tingle (NASA) will travel to ISS after launch with Soyuz-FG, latest version of Soyuz rocket suitable for manned missions performed from Baikonur…
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Falcon 9 HEAVY • Test mission

FALCON-9 test flight with Merlin-1d engines. SpaceX is going to upgrade FALCON HEAVY rocket with Merlin 1d engines, different propellant mix and thrust structure. Probably due the reusable technology which was adopted in FALCON HEAVY and forced reducing payload weight, SpaceX will try to increase payload capacity with stronger engines.
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