Next Launches (Detailed)
July 7: The communications satellite
iPSTAR-1 to be launched atop an Ariane-5G booster from the
Space Center in Kourou, French
NET* July 13: NASA will launch its first
return to flight mission with the STS-114 Discovery shuttle flight
staged from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The first shuttle flight
since the loss of the space shuttle Columbia, the flight has a launch
window stretching to July 31. 3:50 p.m. EDT (1950 GMT). Additional
July 29: The Navstar GPS satellite 2R-M14
satellite to ride a Boeing-built Delta 2 rocket into orbit in U.S.
Air Force launch staged from Cape Canaveral Air Force Base in
August 1: A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying
Galaxy 14 telecommunications satellite to launch from Baikonur
Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
August 9: A Proton rocket topped with a
Breeze M upper stage to loft the Anik F-1R communications satellite
in a launch to be staged from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. 7:03
p.m. EDT (2303 GMT).
August 10: An Atlas 5 rocket to carry
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter into space from Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station, Florida. 7:53:58-9:53:58 a.m. EDT (1153:58-1353:58
August 25: A Boeing Delta 2 rocket to orbit
CloudSat and Calipso spacecraft in a launch from Vandenberg Air Force
Base in California.
August 24: A Russian Soyuz rocket to loft
the Progress 19 cargo ship to the International Space Station from
Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
August 30: A Delta 4 medium booster is
expected to loft a classified payload for the National Reconnaissance
Office in the NRO L-22 flight staged from Vandenberg Air Force Base
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