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Upcoming Missions This Year for: cape canaveral

Feb 21 PSN-6
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Vehicle Falcon 9 v1.2
Location Cape Canaveral AFS SLC-40
Time 8:45 PM EST / 2019-02-22 01:45:00Z

PSN-6 (Pasifik Satelit Nusantara 6) is scheduled to launch together with piggybacking SpaceIL's Beresheet lunar lander and Spaceflight GTO 1 atop a Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex 40 in Florida.

Mar 13 WGS-10
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Vehicle Delta IV Medium+ (5,4)
Location Cape Canaveral AFS SLC-37
Time 6:58 PM EDT / 2019-03-13 22:58:00Z
Window 55 minutes

Boeing Satellite Systems was selected to develop the WGS system as successors to the DSCS-3 series of DOD communications satellites. This will be the 10th satellite of 12 to be launched.

NETMay Starliner CST-100 OFT-1
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Vehicle Atlas V 401
Location Cape Canaveral AFS SLC-41
Time TBD

Starliner CST-100 Orbital Flight Test-1 (OFT-1) First test flight of the new Boeing Starliner commercial crew transport spacecraft. Staliner will fly on an Atlas-V N22 booster to ISS.

NETJun 27 AEHF 5
dod ula
Vehicle Atlas V 551
Location Cape Canaveral AFS SLC-41
Time TBD

A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket will launch the fifth Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) satellite for the U.S. military. Built by Lockheed Martin, the spacecraft will provide highly-secure communications to the Department of Defense.

NETJul GPS 3-02
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Vehicle Delta IV Medium+ (4,2)
Location Cape Canaveral AFS SLC-37
Time TBD

United Launch Alliance will launch a Delta 4 rocket carrying the U.S. Air Force’s second third-generation navigation satellite for the Global Positioning System. The satellite is built by Lockheed Martin.

Missions No Earlier Than 2019 for: cape canaveral

NET2019 ICON
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Vehicle Pegasus-XL
Location Cape Canaveral AFS
Time TBD
Window 1 hour, 30 minutes

NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) satellite will be the 44th satellite launched to orbit by the air-dropped Pegasus XL rocket, carried to drop altitude by an L-1011 carrier aircraft. ICON will study Earth's ionosphere, a region of the upper atmosphere affected by solar storms and weather phenomena where terrestrial weather meets space weather. Disturbances in the ionosphere affect GPS/satellite navigation and radio transmissions.