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|Launch Window Opens: 15 January 2018
||Demo / Tesla Roadster Falcon Heavy, KSC LC-39A ♺
|30 January 2018
||GovSat-1(SES-16) Falcon 9, SLC-40 ♺
|10 February 2018
||PAZ + MicroSat 2a, 2b (Starlink Test Satellites) Falcon 9, SLC-4E ♺
|Mid February 2018
||Hispasat 30W-6 Falcon 9, SLC-40
|NET August 2018
||CCtCap Demo Mission 1 (DM-1) Falcon 9 + Dragon 2 (uncrewed), KSC LC-39A
|NET December 2018
||CCtCap Demo Mission 2 (DM-2) Falcon 9 + Dragon 2 (crewed), KSC LC-39A
||Lunar Free-Return Mission Falcon Heavy + Dragon 2 (crewed), KSC LC-39A
Correct as of 13 January 2018. Complete manifest here.
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With the successful launch of the Zuma mission, we look forward to hopefully seeing the Falcon Heavy static fire this week. The next launch will be GovSat-1 on the 30th of January.