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List of Thor and Delta launches (2020–2029)

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The decade of the 2020s will see only the Delta IV Heavy remain in operation following the retirement of the Delta II in 2018 and single-stick (non-Heavy) variants of the Delta IV in 2019. This will mark the final decade for the Thor-Delta rocket family as ULA's upcoming Vulcan Centaur rocket is set to replace the Delta IV Heavy in the mid-2020s.

List of Thor and Delta launches
1957–1959 · 1960–1969 · 1970–1979 · 1980–1989 · 1990–1999 · 2000–2009 · 2010–2019 · 2020–2029

Launch statistics

Launch sites

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  •   Cape Canaveral SLC-37B
  •   Vandenberg SLC-6

Launch outcomes

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  •   Failure
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  •   Planned

Launch history

2020

Flight No. Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
385 11 December 2020
01:09
Delta IV Heavy CCSFS, SLC-37B USA-311 (NROL-44) Classified GSO US NRO Success[1]
Reconnaissance satellite, likely an Orion satellite.[2] Launch attempts on 29 August and 30 September were aborted due to problems with the Ground Service Equipment (GSE).[3][4] The rocket finally lifted off on 11 December.

2021

Flight No. Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
386 26 April 2021
20:47
Delta IV Heavy VAFB, SLC-6 NROL-82 Classified LEO US NRO Success[5]
Reconnaissance satellite, likely a KH-11 Kennen satellite.[6]

Future launches

Flight No. Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
387 2022[7] Delta IV Heavy VAFB, SLC-6 NROL-91 Classified LEO US NRO Awaiting Launch
Reconnaissance satellite, final Delta flight from Vandenberg.
388 2023[7] Delta IV Heavy CCSFS, SLC-37B NROL-68 Classified GEO US NRO Awaiting Launch
Reconnaissance satellite.
389 2024[7] Delta IV Heavy CCSFS, SLC-37B NROL-70 Classified GEO US NRO Awaiting Launch
Reconnaissance satellite, final flight of the Delta rocket family.

See also

References

  1. ^ "United Launch Alliance Successfully Launches NROL-44 Mission to Support National Security". ULA Launch. Retrieved 11 December 2020.
  2. ^ https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sat/nrol.htm
  3. ^ https://twitter.com/torybruno/status/1299623698090135552
  4. ^ https://twitter.com/torybruno/status/1311533156965715968
  5. ^ "United Launch Alliance Successfully Launches NROL-82 Mission to Support National Security". ULA Launch. Retrieved 26 April 2021.
  6. ^ https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sat/nrol.htm
  7. ^ a b c Erwin, Sandra (24 August 2020). "ULA to launch Delta 4 Heavy for its 12th mission, four more to go before rocket is retired". SpaceNews. Retrieved 29 August 2020. In 2018 it was awarded NROL-91, NROL-68 and NROL-70 — projected to launch in fiscal years 2022 2023 and 2024
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