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A detailed view of all upcoming launches from around the globe.Dates and times are given in Indian Standard Time

Checkout Launch Archives for list of completed space missions

Launch Time: Jan 21 7:30 PM – Jan 22 4:30 AM IST (NET)(9 AM – 6 PM EST)

Launch Site: Boca Chica, Texas

SpaceX will perform a suborbital, 12.5 kilometer test flight of Starship SN9. This flight will be a repeat of the largely successful SN8 test flight, with some possible minor flight profile changes.

Launch Time: 7:54 PM IST (9:24 AM EST)

Launch Site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral, Space Force Station, Florida

SpaceX will launch several dozen small satellites for multiple nations on the company’s first dedicated small satellite rideshare program mission.

Launch Time: TBD

Launch Site: LC-39A, Kennedy Space Center, Florida

SpaceX will launch 60 new Starlink internet satellites to orbit. This will bring the total number of Starlinks launched to 1,085.

Launch Time: TBD

Launch Site: Site no: 31/6 – Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.

Russia will launch a cargo resupply mission to the space station. This will be the 77th progress cargo delivery mission to the ISS

Launch Time: 10:06 PM IST

Launch Site: PAD-0A — MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL SPACEPORT, WALLOPS, VIRGINIA, USA

Northrop Grumman will launch thousands of kilograms of supplies, experiments, and cargo to the Space Station.

Launch Time: TBD

Launch Site: 2nd Launch Pad, Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch the Amazônia-1 satellite, the first Earth observation satellite designed and developed completely by Brazil.

Launch Time: TBD

Launch Site: Site 1S, Vostochny Cosmodrome, Tsiolkovsky, Amur Oblast, Ruusian Federation.

Arianespace corporation, Starsem and Russia’s Roscosmos space agency will launch the 36 new British government OneWeb space based internet satellites.

Launch Time: TBD

Launch Site: SLC-6, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California

ULA Delta IV heavy rocket will launch a classified NROL-82 satellite for US National Reconnaissance Office.

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