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UNITED STATES COMMERCIAL ELV LAUNCH MANIFEST
12 May 2010

    Date    Launch Vehicle       Payload
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 11 Feb 10  Atlas V401 (AV-021)  SDO (Solar Dynamics Observatory)
  4 Mar 10  Delta 4M+(4,2) D-348 GOES-15 (GOES-P)

#23 May 09  Falcon IX F1         Dragon Qualification Unit
 21 Jul 10  Falcon IX            Dragon C1 (COTS Demo 1)
#15 Sep 10  Delta II (7420-10)   COSMO-SkyMed 4
 11 Nov 10  Falcon IX            Dragon C2 (COTS Demo 2)
 22 Nov 10  Taurus XL            GLORY, ELaNA (Explorer 1 Prime, Hermes, 
                                 KySat 1)
    Nov 10  Falcon Ie            Orbcomm 2-1/2-2/2-3
    Dec 10  Falcon I             CASSIOPE 1 (MDA Corp.)
    4qt 10  Zenit 3SL            Intelsat 17
        10  Falcon IX            Dragon C3 (COTS Demo 3)
        10  TBD                  GCOM-B1
            Falcon Ie?           CubeSat, InnoSat
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 16 Jan 11  Delta II (7320-10C)  Aquarius (ESSP-06, SAC-D)
    Feb 11  Falcon IX            DragonLab 1
  1 Apr 11  TBD                  CONNECT
  2 Apr 11  Taurus II            Cygnus COTS Demo
    May 11  Falcon IX            Dragon C4 (CRS/SpaceX-01)
  5 Aug 11  Atlas V551           Juno (New Frontiers 2)
    Aug 11  Falcon IX            Dragon C5 (CRS/SpaceX-02)
    Aug 11  Delta II (742X)      MIDEX-08
  8 Sep 11  Delta IIH            GRAIL A/B (Discovery-11)
    Sep 11  Delta II (742X)      MIDEX-07
  6 Oct 11  Delta II (7920-10)   NPP-BRIDGE (NPOESS Prepatory Project)
    Oct 11  Delta 792X           Lunar Robotic 3
    Oct 11  Taurus II/C30        CRS/OSC-01
 22 Oct 11  Atlas V541           Curiosity (Mars Science Laboratory)
    Nov 11  Intermediate         Mars Testbed Lander
        11  Falcon Ie            Svea (SSC)
        11  Falcon IX            Sundancer (Bigelow)
        11  Falcon IX            DragonLab 2
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    Jan 12  Falcon IX            Dragon C6 (CRS 3)
 13 Apr 12  Atlas V401           TDRS-K
 18 May 12  Atlas V401           RBSP (Radiation Belt Storm Probes)
    Jun 12  Taurus II/C30        CRS-02
    Aug 12  Falcon IX            Dragon C7 (CRS 4)
    Dec 12  Small                IRIS (SMEX-12)
    Dec 12  Falcon IX            AMOS
        12  Pegasus XL           NuSTAR (SMEX-11)
        12  Falcon IX            SAOCOM 1A (CONAE)
        12  Taurus               Geospace ITSP
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    Jan 13  Falcon IX            Dragon C8 (CRS 5)
    Jan 13  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-03
 23 Feb 13  Atlas V401           TDRS-L
    May 13  Falcon IX            Dragon C9 (CRS 6)
    Jun 13  Atlas V401           LDCM (Landsat Data Continuity Mission)
    Jul 13  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-04
 18 Nov 13  Medium               MAVEN (Mars Scout 2)
    Nov 13  Falcon IX            Dragon C10 (CRS 7)
        13  Minotaur V           LADEE
        13  Falcon IX            SAOCOM 1B (CONAE)
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    Jan 14  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-05
    Feb 14  Falcon IX            Dragon C11 (CRS 8)
    1qt 14  Medium               Discovery-12
    Apr 14  Small                GEMS (SMEX-13)
    Apr 14  Minotaur IV          QuikSCAT Follow-on (EOS FO-4 option 1)
    Jun 14  Falcon IX            Dragon C12 (CRS 9)
    Jul 14  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-06
    Oct 14  Medum                XOVWM (EOS FO-4 option 2)
#   Nov 14  Ares I-4             Orion 1 (Uncrewed, 2 Weeks, 51.6°)
    Nov 14  Falcon IX            Dragon C13 (CRS 10)
        14  TBD                  SMAP (Soil Moisture Active-Passive)
        14  Delta 4?             LISA (Laser Interferometer Space Antenna)
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    Jan 15  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-07
    Mar 15  Ares I-5             Orion 2 (Atlas 1, 2 Crew, 2 Weeks, 51.6°)
    Mar 15  Falcon IX            Dragon C14 (CRS 11)
    Jun 15  Ares I-6             Orion 3 (2 Crew, 2 Weeks, 51.6°)
    Jul 15  Falcon IX            Dragon C15 (CRS 12)
    Jul 15  Taurus II/HESS       CRS-08
#   Sep 15  Ares V-1             Ares V HL-X1
    Oct 15  TBD                  GOES-R
        15  TBD                  ICESat 2
        15  Atlas V421           MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale, STP-04)
        15  Heavy                SIM (Space Interferometry Mission)
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    Jan 16  Atlas V              ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter
    Mar 16  Ares I-7             Orion 4 (FOC, ISS Cargo, 90 Days)  
    Jun 16  Ares I-8             Orion 5 (ISS 3 Crew and Cargo, 180 Days)
    Sep 16  Ares I-9             Orion 6 (ISS Cargo, 30 Days)
#   Sep 16  Ares V-2             Ares V HL-X2
        16  TBD                  TPF (Terrestrial Planet Finder)
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    Mar 17  Ares I-10            Orion 7 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
    Sep 17  Ares I-11            Orion 8 (ISS Cargo, 30 Days)
#   Sep 17  Ares V-3             Ares V HL-X3
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    1qt 18  Atlas V              ExoMars Rover
    Mar 18  Ares I-12            Orion 9 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
    Sep 18  Ares I-13            Orion 10 (ISS Cargo, 30 Days)
#   Sep 18  Ares V-4             Ares V HL-X4
        18  Ares V-5             Ares V-Y
    Dec 18  Ares V-6             LSAM 1 (Lunar flyby)
    Dec 18  Ares I-14            Orion 11 (First Block 2, No Crew)
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    Mar 19  Ares I-15            Orion 12 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
    Jun 19  Ares V-7             LSAM 2 (LSAM & Orion Lunar Flight)
    Jun 19  Ares I-16            Orion 13 (4 Crew, 3 in LSAM)
    Sep 19  Ares I-17            Orion 14 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
    Dec 19  Ares V-8             LSAM 3 (First Lunar Landing)
    Dec 19  Ares I-18            Orion 15 (4 Crew, 3 in LSAM)
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    Mar 20  Ares I-19            Orion 16 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
    Jun 20  Ares V-9             LSAM 2 (LSAM & Orion Lunar Flight)
    Jun 20  Ares I-20            Orion 17 (4 Crew, 3 in LSAM)
    Sep 20  Ares I-21            Orion 18 (ISS 3 Crew, 180 Days)
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*       Launch failure
#       Change since beginning of month
ASCE    Advanced Spectroscopic and Coronagraphic Explorer
CASSIOPE Cascade SmallSat and Ionospheric Polar Explorer
CONAE   Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales
COTS    Commercial Orbital Transportation Services
CRS     Commercial Resupply Services
EAFTC   Environmentally Adaptive Fault Tolerant Computer
ELaNA   Educational Launch of Nanosatellite
EOS     Earth Observing System
ESSP    Earth System Science Pathfinder
FO      Follow On
FOC     Full Operational Capability
GCOM    Global Change Observation Mission
GEMS    Gravity and Extreme Magnetism SMEX
GEOLITE Geosynchronous Lightweight Technology Experiment
GLAST   Gamma Ray Large Area Space Telescope
GLORY   ?
GOES    Geostationary Operational Enviromental Satellite
GRAIL   Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory
ICESAT  Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite
IRIS    Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph
IOC     Initial Operational Capability
ITSP    Ionosphere Thermosphere Storm Probe
LADEE   Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer
MAVEN   Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution
MIDEX   Mid-Sized Explorer
MLHP    Miniature Loop Heat Pipe
NGU     Next Generation UltraFlex Solar Array
NOAA    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Organisation
NPOESS  National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System
NuSTAR  Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array
QuikTOMS  Quick Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer
SAILMAST  Scalable Architecture Investigation of the Load Managing Attributes 
        of a Slender Truss
SAOCOM  Satélite Argentino de Observación Con Microondas
SMEX    Small Explorer
STEDI   Student Explorer Demonstration Initiative
STP     Solar Terrestrial Probe
TBP     To Be Determined
XOVWM   Extended Ocean Vector Winds Mission


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