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Starlink-14 (v1.0)

This mission was successful


Flight # 105

Sat Oct 24 2020 15:31:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Space Launch Complex 40

Falcon 9

  •   This mission will launch the fourteenth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Kennedy Space Center. It is the fifteenth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on JRTI.

  • Cores
    Core SerialNumber of FlightsBlock NumberHas GridfinsHas LegsReusedSuccessful Landing
    B106035YesYesYesYes
  • Payloads
    CustomerNationalityOrbitPayload TypePayload Mass (kg)Payload Mass (lbs)Resused
    SpaceX
    United States
    VLEOSatellite1540033951.2No
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Starlink-13 (v1.0)

This mission was successful


Flight # 104

Sun Oct 18 2020 12:25:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Kennedy Space Center Historic Launch Complex 39A

Falcon 9

  •   This mission will launch the thirteenth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center. It is the fourteenth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on an ASDS.

  • Cores
    Core SerialNumber of FlightsBlock NumberHas GridfinsHas LegsReusedSuccessful Landing
    B105165YesYesYesYes
  • Payloads
    CustomerNationalityOrbitPayload TypePayload Mass (kg)Payload Mass (lbs)Resused
    SpaceX
    United States
    VLEOSatellite1540033951.2No
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Starlink-12 (v1.0)

This mission was successful


Flight # 103

Tue Oct 06 2020 11:29:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Kennedy Space Center Historic Launch Complex 39A

Falcon 9

  •   This mission will launch the twelfth batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It is the thirteenth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on an ASDS.

  • Cores
    Core SerialNumber of FlightsBlock NumberHas GridfinsHas LegsReusedSuccessful Landing
    B105835YesYesYesYes
  • Payloads
    CustomerNationalityOrbitPayload TypePayload Mass (kg)Payload Mass (lbs)Resused
    SpaceX
    United States
    VLEOSatellite1540033951.2No
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Starlink-11 (v1.0)

This mission was successful


Flight # 102

Thu Sep 03 2020 12:46:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Kennedy Space Center Historic Launch Complex 39A

Falcon 9

  •   This mission will launch the eleventh batch of operational Starlink satellites, which are expected to be version 1.0, from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It is the twelfth Starlink launch overall. The satellites will be delivered to low Earth orbit and will spend a few weeks maneuvering to their operational altitude of 550 km. The booster for this mission is expected to land on an ASDS.

  • Cores
    Core SerialNumber of FlightsBlock NumberHas GridfinsHas LegsReusedSuccessful Landing
    B106025YesYesYesYes
  • Payloads
    CustomerNationalityOrbitPayload TypePayload Mass (kg)Payload Mass (lbs)Resused
    SpaceX
    United States
    VLEOSatellite1540033951.2No
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SAOCOM 1B, GNOMES-1, Tyvak-0172

This mission was successful


Flight # 101

Sun Aug 30 2020 23:18:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Space Launch Complex 40

Falcon 9

  •   SpaceX's Falcon 9 will launch the second of the two satellite SAOCOM 1 satellites into a sun-synchronous polar orbit from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral AFS. SAOCOM 1B is a synthetic aperture radar Earth observation satellite to support disaster management. The SAOCOM spacecraft are operated by CONAE, the Argentinian National Space Activities Commission, and are built by INVAP. This mission is also expected to include rideshare payloads Sequoia, and GNOMES-1. This will be the first polar launch from the Space Coast in 60 years. The launch azimuth will be southward and the booster will land at LZ-1.

  • Cores
    Core SerialNumber of FlightsBlock NumberHas GridfinsHas LegsReusedSuccessful Landing
    B105945YesYesYesYes
  • Payloads
    CustomerNationalityOrbitPayload TypePayload Mass (kg)Payload Mass (lbs)Resused
    CONAE
    Argentina
    SSOSatellite16003527.396No
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