Cygnus CRS Orb-2

Cygnus CRS Orb-2

Cygnus CRS Orb-2, also known as Orbital Sciences CRS Flight 2, was the third flight of the Orbital Sciences’ unmanned resupply spacecraft Cygnus, its third flight to the International Space Station, and the fourth launch of the company’s Antares launch vehicle. The mission launched from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on 13 July 2014.

Cygnus CRS Orb-3

Cygnus CRS Orb-3

Cygnus CRS Orb-3, also known as Orbital Sciences CRS Flight 3 or Orbital 3, was an attempted flight of Cygnus, an automated cargo spacecraft developed by United States-based company Orbital Sciences, on 28 October 2014. This flight, which would have been its fourth to the International Space Station and the fifth of an Antares launch […]

Cygnus NG-10

Cygnus NG-10

Cygnus NG-10, previously known as CRS OA-10E, is the eleventh flight of the Northrop Grumman unmanned resupply spacecraft Cygnus and its tenth flight to the International Space Station under the Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA. The mission launched on 17 November 2018 at 4:01 AM EST. This particular mission is part of an extension […]

Cygnus NG-11 “S.S. Roger Chaffee”

Cygnus NG-11 “S.S. Roger Chaffee”

Cygnus NG-11 “S.S. Roger Chaffee” Cygnus NG-11, previously known as CRS OA-11, is the twelfth planned flight of the Northrop Grumman robotic resupply spacecraft Cygnus and its eleventh flight to the International Space Station under the Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA. The mission is scheduled to launch on 17 April 2019. This is the […]

Dragon C101

Dragon C101

Dragon C101 First Dragon mission, second Falcon 9 launch. Mission tested the orbital maneuvering and reentry of the Dragon capsule. After recovery, the capsule was put on display at SpaceX’s headquarters.

Dragon C102

Dragon C102

Dragon C102 First Dragon mission with complete spacecraft, first rendezvous mission, first berthing with ISS. After recovery, the capsule was put on display at Kennedy Space Center.

Dragon C103

Dragon C103

Dragon C103 First Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) mission for NASA, first non-demo mission. Falcon 9 rocket suffered a partial engine failure during launch but was able to deliver Dragon into orbit. However, a secondary payload did not reach its correct orbit.

Dragon C104

Dragon C104

Dragon C104 First launch of Dragon using trunk section to carry cargo. Launch was successful, but anomalies occurred with the spacecraft’s thrusters shortly after liftoff. Thruster function was later restored and orbit corrections were made, but the spacecraft’s rendezvous with the ISS was delayed from its planned date of 2 March until 3 March, when […]

Dragon C105

Dragon C105

Dragon C105 First launch of the redesigned Dragon: same outer mold line with the avionics and cargo racks redesigned to supply substantially more electric power to powered cargo devices, including additional cargo freezers (GLACIER, MERLIN) for transporting critical science payloads. Launch rescheduled for 18 April due to a helium leak.

Dragon C106

Dragon C106

Dragon C106 This was the first dragon vehicle to be used for more than one mission. This capsule flew on CRS-4 which carried SpaceX’s first living payload in the form of 20 mice. It also flew on CRS-11.

Dragon C107

Dragon C107

Dragon C107 Cargo manifest change due to Cygnus CRS Orb-3 launch failure. Carried the Cloud Aerosol Transport System experiment.

Dragon C108

Dragon C108

This capsule flew both CRS-6, CRS-13, and CRS-18 It is the first three time flown dragon capsule. As part of CRS-6 the robotic SpaceX Dragon capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Thursday, 21 May 2015. The CRS-13 mission was the first NASA to fly on a flight-proven Falcon 9.

Dragon C109

Dragon C109

Dragon C109 This vehicle was intended to deliver the first of two International Docking Adapters to modify the ISS adapters so that they could be used for future commercial crew missions. However the capsule was destroyed when the Falcon 9 launch vehicle failed in flight.

Dragon C110

Dragon C110

Dragon C110 This capsule was used on both CRS-8 and CRS-14. On CRS-8 this vehicle delivered the Bigelow BEAM module in its unpressurized cargo trunk. It was also used to carry Scott Kellys biological samples back to Earth.

Dragon C111

Dragon C111

Dragon C111 The C111 capsule was flown on CRS-9 and CRS-15. On CRS-9 the mission carried IDA-2 to modify the ISS docking port for commercial crew spacecraft.

Dragon C112

Dragon C112

Dragon C112 The C112 capsule was flown on CRS-10, CRS-16 and CRS-20. On CRS-10 the capsule lifted off from the Kennedy Space Center from pad 39A. This was the first flight from this pad since STS-135 left the pad in mid-2011. The vehicle experienced some software issues meaning its berthing was delayed for a […]

Dragon C113

Dragon C113

Dragon C113 Capsule C113 was the last new Dragon 1 spacecraft manufactured. It was used on CRS-12

DragonFly

DragonFly

DragonFly The DragonFly vehicle was a mockup of the Dragon 2 vehicle used in the pad abort test.

Edoardo Amaldi ATV

Edoardo Amaldi ATV

The Edoardo Amaldi ATV, or Automated Transfer Vehicle 003 (ATV-003), was a European unmanned cargo resupply spacecraft, named after the 20th-century Italian physicist Edoardo Amaldi. The spacecraft was launched by the European Space Agency (ESA) on 23 March 2012, on a mission to supply the International Space Station (ISS) with propellant, water, oxygen, and dry […]

Gemini SC1

Gemini SC1

Gemini SC1 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 1 mission launched on April 8, 1964.

Gemini SC10

Gemini SC10

Gemini SC10 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 10 mission launched on July 18, 1966 and crewed by astronauts John W. Young (command pilot) and Michael Collins (pilot).

Gemini SC11

Gemini SC11

Gemini SC11 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 11 mission launched on September 12, 1966 and crewed by astronauts Charles “Pete” Conrad Jr. (command pilot) and Richard F. Gordon Jr. (pilot).

Gemini SC12

Gemini SC12

Gemini SC12 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 12 mission launched on November 11, 1966 and crewed by astronauts James A. Lovell, Jr. (command pilot) and Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. (pilot).

Gemini SC2

Gemini SC2

Gemini SC2 is the Gemini capsule used for the Gemini 2 mission launched on January 19, 1965.