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USSF-67

Falcon Heavy

SpaceX

Launch Status
Success

Mission

USSF-67

Type: Government/Top Secret
Launch Cost: $90,000,000

USSF-67 is a mission for the United States Space Force with two satellites, including the LDPE-3A rapid prototype platform hosting 5 USSF payloads.

Trajectory

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Mission patch for USSF-67

Location

Launch Complex 39A

Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

214 rockets have launched from Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA.

Launch Complex 39A, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA

Rocket

Falcon Heavy – SpaceX

  • Family: Falcon
  • Length: 70 m
  • Diameter: 12.2 m
  • Launch Mass: 1400 T
  • Low Earth Orbit Capacity: 63800 kg

The Falcon Heavy was manufactured by SpaceX with the first launch on 2018-02-06. Falcon Heavy has 5 successful launches and 0 failed launches with a total of 5 launches. The Falcon Heavy is a variant of the Falcon 9 full thrust launch vehicle and consists of a standard Falcon 9 rocket core, with two additional boosters derived from the Falcon 9 first stage.

Core Landing

The center core will be expended on this flight.

Atlantic – ATL

The Atlantic ocean on the East coast of the United States is a common landing area for expended boosters.

Ocean – Ocean

Typically indicates a landing in which the booster is not recovered.

Strap-On Booster Landing

B1065 has successfully landed back at the launch site after this flight.

Landing Zone 1 – ATL

LZ-1 Pad located at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at the previous LC-13

Return to Launch Site – RTLS

A return to launch site usually means that after stage separation the booster flips and does a burn back towards the launch site, landing near where it initially launched from.

Strap-On Booster Landing

B1064 has successfully landed back at the launch site after this flight.

Landing Zone 2 – ATL

LZ-2 Pad located at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at the previous LC-13. Directly next to LZ-1

Return to Launch Site – RTLS

A return to launch site usually means that after stage separation the booster flips and does a burn back towards the launch site, landing near where it initially launched from.

Agency

SpaceX – SpX

  • Type: Commercial
  • Abbreviation: SpX
  • Administration: CEO: Elon Musk
  • Founded: 2002
  • Launchers: Falcon | Starship
  • Spacecraft: Dragon
  • Country: USA

Space Exploration Technologies Corp., known as SpaceX, is an American aerospace manufacturer and space transport services company headquartered in Hawthorne, California. It was founded in 2002 by entrepreneur Elon Musk with the goal of reducing space transportation costs and enabling the colonization of Mars. SpaceX operates from many pads, on the East Coast of the US they operate from SLC-40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and historic LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center. They also operate from SLC-4E at Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, usually for polar launches. Another launch site is being developed at Boca Chica, Texas.

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Dora Mueller
Dora Mueller
1 month ago

Would like to know if there are any launches taking place during the week of January 15th through the 4th of February–Is there anyway to know? We will be in Florida on the 20 & 21st for a seminar and we’d like to plan around a launch! Thank you! Dora… Read more »

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
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Reply to  Dora Mueller
1 month ago

Launches are not scheduled more than two weeks out. Check back for updates.

Nick
Nick
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
1 month ago

12 days to go… based off your experience could one hope to see the heavy on the 91/9/2023 still?

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Nick
1 month ago

The launch date has not been set yet which is why the status is still TBD. Until the status is Go For Launch the date/time may change.

Jeremy
Jeremy
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
15 days ago

I see 9 more launches scheduled for this month alone

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Jeremy
15 days ago

If the status is not “Go for Launch” the date/time will likely change.

Michael David Hiltner
Michael David Hiltner
Reply to  Dora Mueller
16 days ago

https://www.spacelaunchschedule.com/ Your source for Global Space Launches!

Ken & Judy O
Ken & Judy O' Neill
1 month ago

This launch is to secure our freedom …….top secret.
Here’s to the future of democracy.!.

John
John
Reply to  Ken & Judy O' Neill
1 month ago

… And will never be used to invade the privacy of it’s own citizens.

Ken & Judy O
Ken & Judy O' Neill
Reply to  John
29 days ago

Unless they are out to do us harm .?………..

Chuck
Chuck
24 days ago

There isn’t a launch trajectory for this flight. Is that because it’s a classified launch?

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
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Reply to  Chuck
23 days ago

The data is not available yet. Check back for updates.

Mark
Mark
Reply to  Chuck
23 days ago

I was wondering the same thing however, I do recall a recent classified launch posting the trajectory. I live in Orlando now so, when I can’t make it over, I like to know which way will be the best view with the arch.

Cato
Cato
Reply to  Chuck
22 days ago

I’m going to guess E-SE

Smcsw
Smcsw
16 days ago

I don’t see a SpaceX upcoming live stream available on their site. Maybe there will be no coverage because of the top secret nature of this flight. That’s too bad. They could at least show us the side booster RTLS landings.

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Smcsw
16 days ago

The live video feed link will be added as soon as it is available.

Doug
Doug
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
15 days ago

was it delayed till the 15th?

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Doug
15 days ago

Yes

Donbuchanan
Donbuchanan
15 days ago

Have good flight.

Ken & Judy O
Ken & Judy O' Neill
15 days ago

Go SpaceX lets equal the Chinese launches.!……

Greg Evans
Greg Evans
14 days ago

anyone know about how long booster RTLS is from separation? ie. 6 to 10 mins.? TIA.

Chris Richter
Chris Richter
14 days ago

I live in North Carolina. Well I be able to see this tonight? Thanks!

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
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Reply to  Chris Richter
14 days ago

If it is clear I would think so.

Christopher Richter
Christopher Richter
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
14 days ago

Even though the trajectory shows it going east over the ocean?

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Christopher Richter
14 days ago

People have said they have seen launches from further away in our Facebook group.

Christopher Richter
Christopher Richter
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
14 days ago

One last question and I really really appreciate the help here!!! Which direction should I be looking towards shortly after liftoff? And far above the horizon? I assume the southeast? Not sure about the degree though. Thanks again!!

Doug
Doug
Reply to  Rocket Monkey
14 days ago

can i see the launch from flordia’s west coast?

Steve
Steve
14 days ago

Will this visible from South Carolina Beaches?

Robert
Robert
14 days ago

Has the launch been delayed again?

Bryan
Bryan
14 days ago

Trajectory after launch? Anyone know?

Keith garnett
Keith garnett
14 days ago

Just saw 2 rockets go off

Request
Request
14 days ago

How long does it take for the B1064 to return to launch site?

Ken & Judy O
Ken & Judy O' Neill
14 days ago

We are back in the race folks ……GREAT LAUNCH SPACEX.!

Linda O.
Linda O.
13 days ago

How can one easily find out in which direction the rocket is launched? I have been directed to some really technical sites and don’t understand what I am looking at. Like to watch launches while at Jekyll Island.

Rocket Monkey
Rocket Monkey
Admin
Reply to  Linda O.
13 days ago

Click on the link under the mission section or watch the rocket launch information video above the video section.