SpaceX Still On Track To  Rocket Per Week In 2022

Launch One Falcon

More Than A 3rd Of The Way Through

2022, SpaceX remains firmly on track to hit CEO Elon Musk’s target of an average of one Falcon rocket launch per week throughout the year.

SpaceX Aced Its 17th Launch Of 2022

Starlink 4-16 – on April 29th, wrapping up the first four months of the year with almost exactly one launch per week, on average.

Less Than Three Days Later

Drone ship A Shortfall Of Gravitas (ASOG) was towed out of Port Canaveral to support the first of up to five more Falcon 9 launches scheduled in May.

Following Starlink 4-17

SpaceX is scheduled to launch Starlink 4-13 out of California’s Vandenberg Space Force Base (VSFB) on May 10th,

Starlink 4-15

Out of Cape Canaveral on May 16th, and Starlink 4-18 sometime in the second half of the month.

SpaceX’s Transporter-5 Satellite

Rideshare mission could launch as early as May 25th, while Dragon’s CRS-25 cargo delivery mission is set to launch to the ISS on June 7th.

NASA's SpaceX Crew-3 

Undocks From Space Station