Next Launches (Detailed)
January-April 2007:

January 26: A SEA LAUNCH Zenit 3SL booster to orbit the New Skies Satellite 8 communications vehicle from the Odyssey Launch Platform on the equatorial waters of the Pacific Ocean. 6:22-6:59 p.m. EST (2322-2359 GMT).
Note: Launch falure , total loss of unit.

*NET February 15: NASA's THEMIS spacecraft is set to ride a Delta 2 rocket spaceward in a launch to be staged from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. 6:07:37-6:26:37 p.m. EST (2307:37-23:27:37 GMT).
Note: Launch Successful, THEMIS launched Saturday, Feb. 17,

February 15: A Japanese H-2A Japan H-2A booster to launch an Information Gathering Satellite from Tanegashima Space Center.
Note: Launch Successful,

*NET February 18: A Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) Falcon 1 rocket is slated to launch a pair of test payloads for DARPA in a demonstration to fly from its Kwajalein Atoll launch site in the South Pacific Ocean.
SpaceX rocket lost; was fuel leak to blame? MSNBC


Date: 3/9/2007 (STP 1) Details: The Lockheed Martin Atlas 5 rocket (AV-013) will carry six satellites during a complex launch of the Air Force's Space Test Program-1 mission. The payload list is led by the Orbital Express in-space refueling demonstration mission consisting of the Autonomous Space Transfer and Robotic Orbiter, or ASTRO, prototype servicing satellite and the NextSat serviceable spacecraft. Atlas will deploy four auxiliary satellites from the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Secondary Payload Adapter, or ESPA ring, including MidSTAR 1, FalconSat 3, STPSat 1 and CFESat


*NET March 16: NASA's space shuttle Atlantis to launch towards the International Space Station on the STS-117 mission, to deliver new solar arrays and truss segments to the orbital lab, from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. 6:20 a.m. EDT (1020 GMT).

April 1: A Delta 4-Heavy rocket is slated to loft the Defense Support Program-23 (DSP-23) in a spaceflight to be staged from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

April 1: An ISC Kosmotras Dnepr booster to launch the Genesis 2 inflatable module, a demonstration spacecraft built by Bigelow Aerospace.

April 9: A Russian Soyuz rocket to launch the Expedition 15 crew towards the International Space Station from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

April 25: An Orbital Sciences-built Pegasus rocket to orbit the Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) satellite for NASA in a space shot to be staged from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. 7:25:16 p.m. EST (2315:16 GMT).

 Thanks to Space.com

Other Launch Schedule pages:

Space.com launch forecast
International Launch Services
Launchdate links
Honeywell launch schedule
Concise launch manifest for the next several years ( Small World Communications )


 Previous Launches:

August-December 2006 detailed launches
August-December 2005 detailed launches.
July- August 2005 detailed launches.
January-April 2005 detailed launches
December 2004 detailed launches
October-November 2004 detailed launches
July 2004-September 2004 detailed launches
April 2004-June 2004 detailed launches
January 2004 -March 2004 detailed launches
December 2003-early January 2004 detailed launches
October-December 2003 detailed launches
July-September 2003 detailed launches
April-June 2003 detailed launches
January-March 2003 detailed launches 
October-December 2002 detailed launches