NASA/SpaceX

crew-1

Current Launch Window:

November 1th - 7:49pm ET

Mission:

Crew-1

The first operational mission in the Commercial Crew Program, originally designated "USCV-1" (United States Crew Vehicle, mission 1) by NASA, was initially announced in November 2012, with a launch date set for November 2016 In April 2013 it was announced that the launch would be delayed by one year to November 2017.[9] It was then delayed into 2019 and 2020, pending the success of the uncrewed and crewed demonstration missions, respectively.

Following the Crew Dragon Demonstration Mission 2, Crew-1 was tentatively scheduled for September 2020; the launch was delayed again from 23 October to 31 October 2020, to align with the schedule of the ISS crew rotations and cargo delivery missions. In 26 October 2020, the launch was delayed to 15 November 2020 because of concerns about the Merlin 1D engines

Location:

Launch Complex 39A

Kennedy Space Center, Florida

Rocket:

SpaceX Falcon 9

SpaceX

NROL-108

Current Launch Window:

November 18 - Time TBD

Mission:

NROL-108
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the NROL-108 mission for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Liftoff will occur from Launch Complex 39a, at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

The booster will complete an RTLS, a landing on SpaceX's landing pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

Location:

Launch Comlex 39a

Kennedy Space Center, Florida

Rocket:

SpaceX Falcon 9