Launch Calendar



Calendar of the upcoming launches: satellites, space probes and other spacecraft.

Latest update: March 29

March 30. SES 10 (satellite)

Launch Window: 22.27 – 00.30 UTC

Rocket: Falcon 9

Details: the SES 10 communications satellite will be launched from Cape Canaveral. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on SpaceX’s website.


April 15. Cartosat 2E (satellite)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: PSLV

Details: the Cartosat 2E Earth observation satellite will be launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, India.


April 16. NROL-76 (satellite)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: Falcon 9

Details: a classified satellite will be launched from Cape Canaveral for National Reconnaissance Office. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on SpaceX’s website.


April 20. Soyuz (manned spacecraft)

Launch Window: 07.13 UTC

Rocket: Soyuz

Details: a Soyuz spacecraft will be launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to transport three new crew members to the International Space Station. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on NASA TV.


April. SGDC & Koreasat 7 (satellites)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: Ariane 5 ECA

Details: the SGDC & Koreasat 7 communications satellites will be launched from the Kourou base, French Guiana. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on Arianespace’s website.


April. Cygnus (cargo spacecraft)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: Atlas 5 401

Details: the Cygnus space cargo ship will be launched from Cape Canaveral in its ORB-7 or OA-7 rusupply mission to the International Space Station. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on ULA’s website and on NASA TV.


April. GSAT 9 (satellite)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: GSLV Mk.2

Details: the GSAT 9 communications satellite will be launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, India.


April. SES 15 (satellite)

Launch Window: 14.47 UTC

Rocket: Soyuz

Details: the SES 15 communications satellite will be launched from the French Guiana.


April. Echostar 21 (satellite)

Launch Window: –.– UTC

Rocket: Proton

Details: the Echostar 21 communications satellite will be launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan. The launch will be broadcast in streaming on Roscosmos’ website.

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