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BulgariaSat-1, A geostationary Direct To Home TV Broadcast satellites launched for Bulsatcom to serve southeast Europe. The first stage will be one that has flown previously.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: DELAY Friday, 2017-06-23 2:10 pmEDT (18:10 UTC)

Intelsat 35E, A geostationary communications satellite providing broadband, video and mobile communications services over eastern North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, and Africa.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-07-01

ORS 5, A Minotaur 4 rocket built by Orbital ATK will launch the ORS 5 mission for the U.S. military's Operationally Responsive Space program. The payload, also known as SensorSat, is designed to scan for other satellites and debris to aid the U.S. military's tracking of space objects.
- Booster: Minotaur
- Launch Date: 2017-07-15, 01:00 am EDT (05:00 UTC)

SES 11/EchoStar 105, A geostationary TV Broadcast satellites launched for EchoStar Corporation of Colorado ansd SES of Luxemburg.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-06-xx

Koreasat 5A, A communications satellite which will be launched for KTsat based in Seoul, South Korea.
- Booster: Falcon9
- Launch Date: 2017-07-xx

Falcon Heavy Test, Falcon 9 Heavy Test Launch. A heavy lift launch vehicle made up of three Falcon 9 Core booster rockets strapped together, with a combined 27 rocket engines (9 on each core) in it's maiden test flight.
- Booster: Falcon9 Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-07-XX

Dragon SpaceX 12, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-08-01 5:01 amEDT* (21:38 UTC)
* Time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

TDRS-M, The 13th Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, a geostationary Earth Orbiting (GEO) satellite that relays data from low earth orbiting (LEO) satelites flying below it, reducing the number of Earth Stations required to get the data to scientists on the ground.
- Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-08-03

NROL 52, A secret spy satellite for the National Reconnaisance Office.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-08-31

GOES-S, The second next-generation geostationary weather satellite for NASA and NOAA. GOES-S will orbit 22,300 miles above the equator to monitor weather conditions across the United States.
- Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2018-03-07

TESS, NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). The TESS mission will identify planets ranging from Earth-sized to gas giants, orbiting a wide range of stellar types and orbital distances. The principal goal of the TESS mission is to detect small planets with bright host stars in the solar neighborhood, so that detailed characterizations of the planets and their atmospheres can be performed. TESS will be stationed in a high-Earth elliptical orbit.
- Booster: Falcon9
- Launch Date: 2018-03-20

Falcon Heavy Demo, a test launch of the Falcon Heavy configuration of 3 core boosters, and a Dragon capsule.
- Booster: Falcon9 Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-09-xx

STP 2, US Air Force's Space Test Program-2 mission with a cluster of military and scientific research satellites.
- Booster: Falcon9 Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-10-xx

AEHF 4, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-10-11

Dragon SpaceX 13, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-11-01 05:09 amEDT (09:09 UTC) 04:45 + 24 05:09

SBIRS GEO 4, An Early Warning satellite for the US Air Force.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-11-09

Dragon Crew Demo 1, An unmanned test of the Dragon Capsule scheduled to carry people in the future. The capsule is being launched to the Internationl Space Station with cargo.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-11-xx

AFSPC 11, A launch with a payload for the US Air Force Space Command.
- Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2018-04-18

GPS-3 01, The first Block 3 GPS navigation satellite for the US Air Force.
- Booster: Delta IV
- Launch Date: 2018-05-xx

Last Updated: 2017-06-04

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EchoStar 23, A Geostationary telecommunications satellite for EchoStar of Colorado.
- Booster: Falcon9
- Launch Date: 2017-02-28

WGS 9, A geostationary communications satellite for America's warfighters.
- Booster: Delta IV
- Launch Date: 2017-03-08, 6:48 pmEST (23:48 UTC)

SES 10, A geostationary TV Broadcast satellites launched for EchoStar Corporation of Colorado ansd SES of Luxemburg. This launch will re-use a 1st stage booster that landed safely after a previous launch.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-03-xx

OA 7, A Cygnus unmanned cargo capsule built by Orbital ATK carrying cargo to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Contract.
- Booster: Atlas Vgps (401)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-03-19, 10:56 pmEDT, (2017-03-20 02:56 UTC)

Intelsat 35E, A geostationary communications satellite providing broadband, video and mobile communications services over eastern North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, and Africa.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-04-xx

Dragon SpaceX 11, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-04-xx

SES 11/EchoStar 105, A geostationary TV Broadcast satellites launched for EchoStar Corporation of Colorado ansd SES of Luxemburg.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-03-xx

Falcon Heavy Test, Falcon 9 Heavy Test Launch. A heavy lift launch vehicle made up of three Falcon 9 Core booster rockets strapped together, with a combined 27 rocket engines (9 on each core) in it's maiden test flight.
- Booster: Falcon9 Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-04-XX

AEHF 4, Advanced Extremely High Frequency Satellite, a communications satellite for the DoD.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-06-22

OA 8, A Cygnus unmanned cargo capsule built by Orbital ATK carrying cargo to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Contract.
- Booster: Antares
- Launch Date: 2017-07-15, 03:11 amEDT*, (07:11 UTC) * Time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

ORS 5, A Cygnus unmanned cargo capsule built by Orbital ATK A Minotaur 4 rocket will launch the ORS 5 mission for the U.S. military's Operationally Responsive Space program. The payload, also known as SensorSat, is designed to scan for other satellites and debris to aid the U.S. military's tracking of space objects.
- Booster: Minotaur
- Launch Date: 2017-07-15

Koreasat 5A, The Koreasat 5A communications satellite will be launched for KTsat based in South Korea.
- Booster: Falcon9
- Launch Date: 2017-07-xx

Dragon SpaceX 12, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-08-01 4:35 pmEDT* (20:35 UTC)

* Time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

TDRS-M, The 13th Tracking and Data Relay Satellite, a geostationary satellite that relays data from low earth orbiting satelitesflying below it, reducing the number of Earth Stations required to get the data to scientists on the ground.
- Booster: Atlas V (401)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-08-03

NROL 52, A secret spy satellite for the National Reconnaisance Office.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-08-31

STP 2, US Air Force’s Space Test Program-2 mission with a cluster of military and scientific research satellites.
- Booster: Falcon9 Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-09-xx

Dragon SpaceX 13, An unmanned cargo delivery mission to the International Space Station under a NASA Commercial Resupply Services contract.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-09-13 11:40 pmEST* (2017-09-14 03:40 UTC)
* Time of launch has not been announced, but was calculated by SpaceLaunchInfo.Com

SBIRS GEO 4, An Early Warning satellite for the US Air Force.
- Booster: Atlas V (531)/Centaur
- Launch Date: 2017-11-09

Dragon Crew Demo 1, An unmanned Dragon Capsule test flight. While this capsule is meant to carry people, this unmanned launch will lead toward certifying the Manned Dragon to carry people in the future.
- Booster: Falcon 9
- Launch Date: 2017-11-xx

GPS 3-1, Navstar Global Positioning System Satellite
- Booster: Delta IV Heavy
- Launch Date: 2017-12-xx

Last Updated: 2017-02-18

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