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Launch Date: July 23, 6:00 pmEDT

    GSAP, Twin Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program Satellites (formerly known as AFSPC-4) A pair of satellites providing situational awareness of the Geostationary Orbital Belt (the Clark Belt) for the US Air Force Space Command. #GSAP
    - Booster: Delta IV
    - Launch date: 2014-07-23, 7:03 pmEDT (23:07 UTC)

    Navstar IIF-7, Navstar Global Positioning System Satellite
    - Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
    - Launch date: 2014-07-31, 11:27pmEDT (2015-08-01 03:27 UTC)

    AsiaSat 8, AsiaSat 8 will support direct broadcasting, private networks and broadband connectivity for customers in China, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
    - Booster: Falcon 9 v1.1
    - Launch date: 2014-07-xx

    AsiaSat 6, AsiaSat 6 will support direct broadcasting, private networks and broadband connectivity for customers in China, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East.
    - Booster: Falcon 9 v1.1
    - Launch date: 2014-08-xx

    Dragon SpaceX-4, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
    - Booster: Falcon 9 v1.1
    - Launch date: 2014-09-12, 05:37amEDT* (09:37 UTC)
    * Time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com based on mission rendezvous requirements.


LISATS Point near Port Canaveral is where ham radio operators invite tourists to watch the launch with them, and hear the launch audio from the 146.940 MHz Ham Repeater.

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This is the Web Page for space·launch·info, a web site to inform visitors to Titusville Florida, and the surrounding Space Coast about the rocket launch they hope to witness while they are here. Feel free to check out the information here, and at the Space Launch Viewing FAQ Page, where more information is located.


We no longer send out launch status text messages. When we started the text mesages in 1995, no one was doing it well, and the service we used has closed up shop. Since then SpaceFlightNow.Com sends launch status text messages. We rely on the SpaceFlight Now tweets and highly reccomend them.

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