Vulcan Rocket Launch Schedule - Launch Dates & Countdowns

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Vulcan VC4L | Dream Chaser CRS 2 Flight 1

Sun 29, Sep 2024 07:00:PM
Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

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First flight of the Dream Chaser Spaceplane to the ISS.

     

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Vulcan | USSF-106

Mon 30, Dec 2024 07:00:PM
Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

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USSF-106 is a mission for the United States Space Force.

     

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Vulcan | GPS III SV07

Thu 30, Jan 2025 07:00:PM
Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

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Seventh of ten GPS III missions.

     

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Vulcan | USSF-87

Sun 30, Mar 2025 07:00:PM
Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

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Classified payload for the US Space Force

     

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Vulcan VC6L | Project Kuiper (Vulcan #1)

Sun 30, Mar 2025 07:00:PM
Space Launch Complex 41
Cape Canaveral, FL, USA

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Project Kuiper is a mega constellation of satellites in Low Earth Orbit that will offer broadband internet access, this constellation will be managed by Kuiper Systems LLC, a subsidiary of Amazon. This constellation is planned to be composed of 3,276 satellites. The satellites are projected to be placed in 98 orbital planes in three orbital layers, one at 590 km, 610 km and 630 km altitude. 45 satellites will be carried on each Vulcan launch.

     

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Vulcan VC4L
Family Vulcan
Length 67.4
Diameter 5.4
Launch Mass 770
Low Earth Orbit Capacity 24600
Vulcan Centaur is a two-stage-to-orbit, heavy-lift launch vehicle under development by United Launch Alliance (ULA) since 2014. It is principally designed to meet launch demands for the U.S. government's National Security Space Launch (NSSL) program for use by the United States Space Force and U.S. intelligence agencies for national security satellite launches. It will replace both of ULA's existing launchers (Atlas V and Delta IV Heavy) in this role, as these launchers are retiring.