The Most Launch Options
We acquire capacity and provide rideshare services on all commercially competitive launch vehicles within the limits of U.S. export regulations. This includes the U.S.-based SpaceX Falcon 9, Russian Soyuz, Arianespace Vega, Virgin Orbit Launcherone, Rocket Lab Electron, Indian PSLV, and others.
Did you hear? We launched the largest dedicated rideshare mission from a U.S. launch vehicle, SSO-A: the SmallSat Express in December 2018! Learn more about it here.
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Use our interactive tool to find launches that meet your general requirements. Then talk to us for specific details – there may be other launch options available that are not shown here.
Spaceflight has launched more than 140 satellites to date. These are just a few of them.
CRS-6 Falcon 9 Launched April 14, 2015
Customer: Planetary Resouces
Vehicle: Dragon / Falcon-9
Satellite Qty: 1
PSLV-8 Launched February 15, 2017
Customers: Spire, IAI
Payload: LEMURS, BGUsat
Satellite Qty: 9
PSLV C-40 Launched January 12, 2018
Customers: ICEYE, Planetary Resources, AMSAT, Spire, Astro Digital
Provider: ISRO / Antrix
Sizes: .25U, 1U, 3U, 6U, 12U
Satellite Qty: 19 (photo cred: Antrix)
PSLV-C43 Launched November 29, 2018
Customers: BlackSky, Fleet, Harris, Spire
Payloads: Global-1, LEMURS, HSAT, Centauri 1
Satellite Qty: 12 (photo cred: Antrix)
SSO-A SmallSat Express Launched December 3, 2018
Customers: Too many to list! Including BlackSky, Honeywell, Fleet, Audacy, Hawkeye 360, Astrocast, LASP, Capella Space.
Vehicle: Falcon 9
Sizes: 15 microsats, 49 cubesats
Satellite Qty: 64 (photo cred: SpaceX)
GTO Launched February 21, 2019
Customers: Space IL, Air Force Research Lab (AFRL)
Vehicle: Falcon 9
Payloads: Beresheet (Lunar Lander), S5
Photo credit: SpaceX
Spaceflight manifests rideshare launch services with numerous launch service providers around the world.
We work with our customers to get them on the optimal orbit for their mission, including Mid-inclination, Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO), Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) or Cislunar.