Statistics

Launch count


Total launches: 348/356 (97.75%)


Falcon 1 launches: 2/5 (40%)


Falcon 9 launches: 337/339 (99.41%)


Falcon Heavy launches: 9/9 (100%)


Falcon 9 Block 5 launches: 282/282 (100%)


Starship launches: 0/3 (0%)




Launches per year


Most launches in a year: 98 (2023)


Launch goal in 2024: 53/144 (36.81%)


Launches in 2024: 53/54 (98.15%)


Launches in 2023: 96/98 (97.96%)


Launches in 2022: 61/61 (100%)


Launches in 2021: 31/31 (100%)


Launches in 2020: 25/25 (100%)


Launches in 2019: 13/13 (100%)


Launches in 2018: 21/21 (100%)


Launches in 2017: 18/18 (100%)


Launches in 2016: 8/9 (88.9%)


Launches in 2015: 6/7 (85.7%)


Launches in 2014: 6/6 (100%)


Launches in 2013: 3/3 (100%)


Launches in 2012: 2/2 (100%)


Launches in 2010: 2/2 (100%)




Launch sites


Launches from Cape Canaveral: 186/188 (98.94%)


Launches from Kennedy Space Center: 83/83 (100%)


Launches from Vandenberg: 77/77 (100%)


Launches from Kwajalein: 2/5 (40%)


Launches from Boca Chica: 0/3 (0%)




Turnarounds


Fastest turnaround: 1 hour, 51 minutes

Fastest turnaround was between Transporter 10 (Mar 04 2024) and Starlink Group 6-41 (Mar 04 2024)


Best booster turnaround: 21 days, 6 hours

Fastest booster turnaround was B1062 between AX-1 (Apr 08 2022) and Starlink Group 4-16 (Apr 29 2022)


Best turnaround at Cape Canaveral: 2 days, 20 hours

Fastest turnaround at CCSFS was between Starlink Group 6-48 (Apr 10 2024) and Starlink Group 6-49 (Apr 13 2024)


Best turnaround at Kennedy Space Center: 6 days, 18 hours

Fastest turnaround at KSC was between Starlink Group 6-42 (Mar 24 2024) and Eutelsat 36D (Mar 30 2024)


Best turnaround at Vandenberg: 4 days, 12 hours

Fastest turnaround at VSFB was between Starlink Group 8-1 (Apr 07 2024) and USSF-62/WSF-M 1 (Apr 11 2024)


Best turnaround at Kwajalein: 56 days, 19 hours

Fastest turnaround at Kwajalein was between Trailblazer (Aug 03 2008) and RatSat (Sep 28 2008)




Booster Reuse


Boosters landed: 311/333 (93.39%)


281 booster reuses




Dragon


32 Cargo, 14 Crew, 1 Test


Flight time: secs:-93806945


ISS Cargo: ~70 tonnes up & ~49 tonnes down


Reflights: 9


Crew in orbit: 4


Crew total: 50




Payloads


Heaviest LEO payload: ~17,500 kg


Heaviest GTO payload: ~9,200 kg


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Mars


Boosters landed on Mars: 0

First Mars (unmanned) landing not expected until NET 2030


Cargo missions to Mars: 0

First cargo leave for Mars onboard Starship as soon as 2027


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