List of Atlas launches (2010–2019)

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Notable missions[edit]

USA-212[edit]

Juno[edit]

Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity[edit]

MAVEN[edit]

OSIRIS-REx[edit]

Launch statistics[edit]

Rocket configurations[edit]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
  •   Atlas V 401
  •   Atlas V 411
  •   Atlas V 421
  •   Atlas V 431
  •   Atlas V 501
  •   Atlas V 531
  •   Atlas V 541
  •   Atlas V 551
  •   Atlas V N22

Launch sites[edit]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2010
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
'17
'18
'19
  •   Cape Canaveral SLC-41
  •   Vandenberg SLC-3E

Launch outcomes[edit]

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2010
'11
'12
'13
'14
'15
'16
'17
'18
'19
  •   Failure
  •   Partial failure
  •   Success
  •   Scheduled

Launch history[edit]

2010[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-021 February 11, 2010,
15:23
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 SDO 290 kg GTO NASA Success[1]
Solar Observatory
AV-012 April 22, 2010,
23:52
Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) 5,400 kg LEO US Air Force Success[2]
First Atlas V 501, maiden flight of OTV-1, the first Boeing X-37, Orbital Test Vehicle
AV-019 August 14, 2010,
11:07
Atlas V 531 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-214 (AEHF-1) 6,168 kg GTO US Air Force Success[3]
First Atlas V 531, Military Comsat
AV-025 September 21, 2010,
04:03
Atlas V 501 VAFB SLC-3E USA-215 (NROL-41) Classified LEO US NRO Success[4]
First Atlas V 500 series from VAFB, Reconnaissance satellite

2011[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-026 March 5, 2011,
22:46
Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-226 (X-37B OTV-2) 5,400 kg (X-37B OTV-2) LEO USAF Success[5]
Orbital Test Vehicle, Maiden flight of OTV-2, the second Boeing X-37[6]
AV-027 April 15, 2011,
04:24
Atlas V 411 VAFB SLC-3E USA-229 (NROL-34) Classified LEO US NRO Success[7]
Reconnaissance satellites
AV-022 May 7, 2011,
18:10
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-230 (SBIRS GEO-1) ~4,500 kg GTO USAF Success[8]
Missile warning
AV-029 August 5, 2011,
16:25
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 Juno 3,625 kg Heliocentric NASA Success[9]
Jupiter orbiter
AV-028 November 26, 2011,
15:02
Atlas V 541 CCAFS SLC-41 Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) 3,839 kg Heliocentric NASA Success[10]
First Atlas V 541, Mars rover

2012[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-030 February 24, 2012,
22:15
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-1 6,740 kg GTO DoD Success[11]
200th Centaur launch; heaviest payload to be launched by an Atlas to date (nearly 15,000 lb (6,800 kg))[12], Military Comsat
AV-031 May 4, 2012,
18:42
Atlas V 531 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-235 (AEHF-2) 6,168 kg GTO US Air Force Success[13]
Military Comsat
AV-023 June 20, 2012,
12:28
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-236 (NROL-38) Classified GTO US NRO Success[14]
50th EELV launch, Reconnaissance satellite[15]
AV-032 August 30, 2012,
08:05
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 Van Allen Probes 3000 kg Highly elliptical NASA Success[16]
LWS science
AV-033 September 13, 2012,
21:39
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E USA-238 (NROL-36) + 11 cubesats Classified LEO US NRO Success[17]
Reconnaissance satellites, cubesats
AV-034 December 11, 2012,
18:03
Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-240 (X-37B OTV-3) 5,400 kg (X-37B OTV-3) LEO US Air Force Success[18]
Second flight of OTV-1[18], Orbital Test Vehicle

2013[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-036 January 31, 2013,
01:48
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-K (TDRS-11) 3,454 kg GTO NASA Success[19]
Tracking and data relay
AV-035 February 11, 2013,
18:02
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E Landsat 8 1,512 kg LEO/SSO NASA Success[20]
Remote sensing
AV-037 March 19, 2013,
21:21
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-241 (SBIRS GEO-2) ~4,500 kg GTO US Air Force Success[21]
Missile warning
AV-039 May 15, 2013,
21:38
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-242 (GPS-IIF-4) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[22]
Navigation
AV-040 July 19, 2013,
13:00
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-2 6,740 kg GTO DoD Success[23]
Heaviest payload to be launched by an Atlas rocket to date (exceeds MUOS-1)[24], Military Comsat
AV-041 September 18, 2013,
08:10
Atlas V 531 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-246 (AEHF-3) 6,168 kg GTO US Air Force Success[25]
75th ULA Launch, Military Comsat
AV-038 November 18, 2013,
18:28
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 MAVEN 2,454 kg Heliocentric NASA Success[26]
Mars Orbiter
AV-042 December 6, 2013,
07:14
Atlas V 501 VAFB SLC-3E USA-247 (NROL-39) + 12 cubesats Classified LEO US NRO Success[27]
Reconnaissance satellite, cubesats

2014[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-043 January 24, 2014,
02:33
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-L (TDRS-12) 3,454 kg GTO NASA Success[28]
Tracking and data relay
AV-044 April 3, 2014,
14:46
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E USA-249 (DMSP F19) ~1,200 kg SSO DoD Success[29]
50th RD-180 launch, Military weather satellite
AV-045 April 10, 2014,
17:45
Atlas V 541 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-250 (NROL-67) Classified GSO US NRO Success[30]
Reconnaissance satellite
AV-046 May 22, 2014,
13:09
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-252 (NROL-33) Classified GTO US NRO Success[31]
Military Comsat
AV-048 August 2, 2014,
03:23
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-256 (GPS IIF-7) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[32]
Navigation
AV-047 August 13, 2014,
18:30
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E WorldView 3 2,800 kg SSO DigitalGlobe Success[33]
LMCLS launch, Earth Imaging
AV-049 September 17, 2014,
00:10
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-257 (CLIO) Classified GTO[34] Success[35]
Military Comsat[34]
AV-050 October 29, 2014,
17:21
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-258 (GPS IIF-8) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[36]
50th Atlas V launch, Navigation
AV-051 December 13, 2014,
03:19
Atlas V 541 VAFB SLC-3E USA-259 (NROL-35) Classified Molniya US NRO Success[37]
First Centaur stage to use the RL10C-1 engine, Reconnaissance satellite

2015[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-052 January 21, 2015,
01:04
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-3 6,740 kg GTO DoD Success[38]
Military Comsat, 200th Atlas/Centaur
AV-053 March 13, 2015,
02:44
Atlas V 421 CCAFS SLC-41 MMS 1,360 kg HTO NASA Success[39]
Magnetosphere research satellites
AV-054 May 20, 2015,
15:05
Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-261 (AFSPC-5 (X-37B OTV-4, ULTRASat)) 5,000 kg LEO US Air Force Success[40]
Orbital Test Vehicle, cubesats
AV-055 July 15, 2015,
15:36
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-262 (GPS IIF-10) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[41]
Navigation
AV-056 September 2, 2015,
10:18
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-4 6,740 kg GTO DoD Success[42]
Military Comsat
AV-059 October 2, 2015,
10:28
Atlas V 421 CCAFS SLC-41 MEXSAT-2 (Morelos 3) 3,200 kg GTO MEXSAT Success[43]
100th ULA Launch, LMCLS launch, Communication satellite
AV-058 October 8, 2015,
12:49
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E USA-264 (NROL-55 + 13 cubesats) Classified LEO US NRO Success[44]
Reconnaissance satellites, cubesats
AV-060 October 31, 2015,
16:13
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-265 (GPS IIF-11) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[45]
Navigation
AV-061 December 6, 2015,
21:44
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-4 7,492 kg LEO to ISS Orbital ATK Success[46]
Heaviest payload launched by an Atlas to date, International Space Station resupply vehicle

2016[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-057 February 5, 2016,
13:38
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-266 (GPS IIF-12) 1,630 kg MEO US Air Force Success[47]
Navigation
AV-064 March 23, 2016,
03:05
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-6 7,492 kg LEO to ISS Orbital ATK Success[48]
Booster stage anomaly[49], International Space Station resupply vehicle
AV-063 June 24, 2016,
14:30
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-5 6,740 kg GTO DoD Success[50]
Military Comsat
AV-065 July 28, 2016,
12:37
Atlas V 421 CCAFS SLC-41 NROL-61 Classified GTO NRO Success[51]
Reconnaissance satellite
AV-067 September 8, 2016,
23:05
Atlas V 411 CCAFS SLC-41 OSIRIS-REx 880 kg Heliocentric NASA Success[52]
Asteroid sample return
AV-062 November 11, 2016,
18:30
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E WorldView-4 (GeoEye-2) + 7 cubesats 2,485 kg SSO DigitalGlobe Success[53]
LMCLS launch, Earth Imaging, cubesats
AV-069 November 19, 2016,
23:42
Atlas V 541 CCAFS SLC-41 GOES-R (GOES-16) 2,857 kg GTO NOAA Success[54]
Meteorology, 100th EELV launch
AV-071 December 18, 2016,
19:13
Atlas V 431 CCAFS SLC-41 EchoStar 19 (Jupiter 2) 6,700 kg GTO EchoStar Success[55]
LMCLS launch, Communication satellite

2017[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-066 January 21, 2017,
00:42
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-273 (SBIRS GEO-3) ~4,500 kg GTO USAF Success[56]
Missile warning
AV-068 March 1, 2017,
17:49
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E NROL-79 Classified LEO US NRO Success[57]
Reconnaissance
AV-070 April 18, 2017,
15:11
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-7 7,225 kg LEO Orbital ATK Success[56]
ISS resupply
AV-074 August 18, 2017,
12:29
Atlas V 401 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-M 3,452 kg GTO NASA Success[58]
Tracking and data relay
AV-072 September 24, 2017,
05:49
Atlas V 541 VAFB SLC-3E NROL-42 Classified LEO US NRO Success[59]
Reconnaissance
AV-075 October 15, 2017,
07:28
Atlas V 421 CCAFS SLC-41 NROL-52 Classified GTO US NRO Success[60]
Military communications

2018[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-076 January 20, 2018,
00:48
Atlas V 411 CCAFS SLC-41 SBIRS GEO-4 ~4,540 kg GTO USAF Success[61]
Missile warning
AV-077 March 1, 2018,
22:02
Atlas V 541 CCAFS SLC-41 GOES-S 5,192 kg GTO NASA Success[62]
Expended the 100th AJ-60 SRB, Meteorology
AV-079 April 14, 2018,
23:13
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 AFSPC-11 Classified GEO Success[63]
Military comsat
AV-078 May 5, 2018,
11:05
Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E InSight 694 kg (InSight) Heliocentric NASA Success[64]
Mars lander, First Mars mission from VAFB, 2 Mars cubesats (flyby)
AV-073 October 17, 2018,
00:15
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-288 (AEHF-4) 6,168 kg GTO US Air Force Success[65]
Military Comsat, 250th Centaur

2019[edit]

Flight № Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Payload mass Orbit Customer Launch
outcome
AV-083 August 8, 2019,
10:13
Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-292 (AEHF-5) 6,168 kg GTO US Air Force Success[66]
Military Comsat

Future launches[edit]

2019[edit]

Date / time (UTC) Rocket,
Configuration
Launch site Payload Orbit Customer
NET December 17, 2019[67] Atlas V N22 CCAFS SLC-41 CST-100 Starliner LEO to ISS Boeing
AV-080;[68] first use of dual-engine Centaur on an Atlas V. CST-100 Starliner orbital flight test (OFT), unmanned test to the ISS.
NET Q1 2020[69] Atlas V N22 CCAFS SLC-41 CST-100 Starliner LEO to ISS Boeing
AV-082.[68] Orbital crewed flight test (CFT) of Starliner capsule to ISS by a Boeing employee test pilot and a NASA astronaut; first Atlas V launch carrying humans.
December 2019 Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 AFSPC-7 (X-37B OTV-6) LEO US Air Force
Orbital Test Vehicle
2019[70] Atlas V 551 CCAFS SLC-41 STP-3 DoD
Technology; first Atlas V to use GEM-63 Solid rocket boosters[71]

Additional future launches are listed in the 2020-2029 decade.

See also[edit]

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