List of Atlas launches (2010–2019)

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2010[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2010-02-11, 15:23 Atlas V 401 AV-021 CCAFS SLC-41 SDO Solar Observatory GTO Success[1]
2010-04-22, 23:52 Atlas V 501 AV-012 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-212 (X-37B OTV-1) Orbital Test Vehicle LEO Success[2] First Atlas V 501, maiden flight of OTV-1, the first Boeing X-37
2010-08-14, 11:07 Atlas V 531 AV-019 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-214 (AEHF-1) Military Comsat GTO Success[3] First Atlas V 531
2010-09-21, 04:03 Atlas V 501 AV-025 VAFB SLC-3E USA-215 (NROL-41) Reconnaissance satellite LEO Success[4] First Atlas V 500 series from VAFB

2011[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2011-03-05, 22:46 Atlas V 501 AV-026 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-226 (X-37B OTV-2) Orbital Test Vehicle LEO Success[5] Maiden flight of OTV-2, the second Boeing X-37[6]
2011-04-15, 04:24 Atlas V 411 AV-027 VAFB SLC-3E USA-229 (NROL-34) Reconnaissance satellites LEO Success[7]
2011-05-07, 18:10 Atlas V 401 AV-022 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-230 (SBIRS GEO-1) Missile warning GTO Success[8]
2011-08-05, 16:25 Atlas V 551 AV-029 CCAFS SLC-41 Juno Jupiter orbiter Heliocentric Success[9]
2011-11-26, 15:02 Atlas V 541 AV-028 CCAFS SLC-41 MSL Mars rover Heliocentric Success[10] First Atlas V 541

2012[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2012-02-24, 22:15 Atlas V 551 AV-030 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-1 Military Comsat GTO Success[11]

200th Centaur launch; heaviest payload to be launched by an Atlas to date (nearly 15,000 lb (6,800 kg))[12]

2012-05-04, 18:42 Atlas V 531 AV-031 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-235 (AEHF-2) Military Comsat GTO Success[13]
2012-06-20, 12:28 Atlas V 401 AV-023 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-236 (NROL-38) Reconnaissance satellite[14] GTO Success[15] 50th EELV launch
2012-08-30, 08:05 Atlas V 401 AV-032 CCAFS SLC-41 Van Allen Probes LWS science Highly elliptical Success[16]
2012-09-13, 21:39 Atlas V 401 AV-033 VAFB SLC-3E USA-238 (NROL-36) + 11 cubesats Reconnaissance satellites, cubesats LEO Success[17]
2012-12-11, 18:03 Atlas V 501 AV-034 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-240 (X-37B OTV-3) Orbital Test Vehicle LEO Success[18] Second flight of OTV-1[18]

2013[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2013-01-31, 01:48 Atlas V 401 AV-036 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-K (TDRS-11) Tracking and data relay GTO Success[19]
2013-02-11, 18:02 Atlas V 401 AV-035 VAFB SLC-3E Landsat 8 Remote sensing LEO/SSO Success[20] Centaur placed into Earth-Escape trajectory for Heliocentric orbit[21]
2013-03-19, 21:21 Atlas V 401 AV-037 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-241 (SBIRS GEO-2) Missile warning GTO Success[22]
2013-05-15, 21:38 Atlas V 401 AV-039 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-242 (GPS-IIF-4) Navigation MEO Success[23]
2013-07-19, 13:00 Atlas V 551 AV-040 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-2 Military Comsat GTO Success[24] Heaviest payload to be launched by an Atlas rocket to date (exceeds MUOS-1)[25]
2013-09-18, 08:10 Atlas V 531 AV-041 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-246 (AEHF-3) Military Comsat GTO Success[26] 75th ULA Launch
2013-11-18, 18:28 Atlas V 401 AV-038 CCAFS SLC-41 MAVEN Mars Orbiter Heliocentric Success[27]
2013-12-06, 07:14 Atlas V 501 AV-042 VAFB SLC-3E USA-247 (NROL-39) + 12 cubesats Reconnaissance satellite, cubesats LEO Success[28]

2014[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2014-01-24, 02:33 Atlas V 401 AV-043 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-L (TDRS-12) Tracking and data relay GTO Success[29]
2014-04-03, 14:46 Atlas V 401 AV-044 VAFB SLC-3E USA-249 (DMSP F19) Military weather satellite SSO Success[30] 50th RD-180 launch
2014-04-10, 17:45 Atlas V 541 AV-045 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-250 (NROL-67) Reconnaissance satellite GSO Success[31]
2014-05-22, 13:09 Atlas V 401 AV-046 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-252 (NROL-33) Military Comsat GTO Success[32]
2014-08-02, 03:23 Atlas V 401 AV-048 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-256 (GPS IIF-7) Navigation MEO Success[33]
2014-08-13, 18:30 Atlas V 401 AV-047 VAFB SLC-3E WorldView 3 Earth Imaging SSO Success[34] LMCLS launch
2014-09-17, 00:10 Atlas V 401 AV-049 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-257 (CLIO) Military Comsat[35] GTO[35] Success[36]
2014-10-29, 17:21 Atlas V 401 AV-050 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-258 (GPS IIF-8) Navigation MEO Success[37] 50th Atlas V launch
2014-12-13, 03:19 Atlas V 541 AV-051 VAFB SLC-3E USA-259 (NROL-35) Reconnaissance satellite Molniya Success[38] First Centaur stage to use the RL10C-1 engine

2015[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2015-01-21, 01:04 Atlas V 551 AV-052 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-3 Military Comsat GTO Success[39] 200th Atlas/Centaur
2015-03-13, 02:44 Atlas V 421 AV-053 CCAFS SLC-41 MMS Magnetosphere research satellites HTO Success[40]
2015-05-20, 15:05 Atlas V 501 AV-054 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-261 (AFSPC-5 (X-37B OTV-4, ULTRASat)) Orbital Test Vehicle, cubesats LEO Success[41]
2015-07-15, 15:36 Atlas V 401 AV-055 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-262 (GPS IIF-10) Navigation MEO Success[42]
2015-09-02, 10:18 Atlas V 551 AV-056 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-4 Military Comsat GTO Success[43]
2015-10-02, 10:28 Atlas V 421 AV-059 CCAFS SLC-41 MEXSAT-2 (Morelos 3) Communication satellite GTO Success[44] 100th ULA Launch, LMCLS launch
2015-10-08, 12:49 Atlas V 401 AV-058 VAFB SLC-3E USA-264 (NROL-55 + 13 cubesats) Reconnaissance satellites, cubesats LEO Success[45]
2015-10-31, 16:13 Atlas V 401 AV-060 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-265 (GPS IIF-11) Navigation MEO Success[46]
2015-12-06, 21:44 Atlas V 401 AV-061 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-4 International Space Station resupply vehicle LEO Success[47] Heaviest payload launched by an Atlas to date

2016[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2016-02-05, 13:38 Atlas V 401 AV-057 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-266 (GPS IIF-12) Navigation MEO Success[48]
2016-03-23, 03:05 Atlas V 401 AV-064 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-6 International Space Station resupply vehicle LEO Success[49] Booster stage anomaly[50]
2016-06-24, 14:30 Atlas V 551 AV-063 CCAFS SLC-41 MUOS-5 Military Comsat GTO Success[51]
2016-07-28, 12:37 Atlas V 421 AV-065 CCAFS SLC-41 NROL-61 Reconnaissance satellite GTO Success[52]
2016-09-08, 23:05 Atlas V 411 AV-067 CCAFS SLC-41 OSIRIS-REx Asteroid sample return Heliocentric Success[53]
2016-11-11, 18:30 Atlas V 401 AV-062 VAFB SLC-3E WorldView-4 (GeoEye-2) + 7 cubesats Earth Imaging, cubesats SSO Success[54] LMCLS launch
2016-11-19, 23:42 Atlas V 541 AV-069 CCAFS SLC-41 GOES-R (GOES-16) Meteorology GTO Success[55] 100th EELV launch
2016-12-18, 19:13 Atlas V 431 AV-071 CCAFS SLC-41 EchoStar 19 (Jupiter 2) Communication satellite GTO Success[56] LMCLS launch

2017[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2017-01-21, 00:42 Atlas V 401 AV-066 CCAFS SLC-41 USA-273 (SBIRS GEO-3) Missile warning GTO Success[57]
2017-03-01, 17:49 Atlas V 401 AV-068 VAFB SLC-3E NROL-79 Reconnaissance satellites LEO Success[58]
2017-04-18, 15:11 Atlas V 401 AV-070 CCAFS SLC-41 Cygnus CRS OA-7 International Space Station resupply vehicle LEO Success[59]
2017-08-03, 12:40–13:20[60] Atlas V 401 AV-074 CCAFS SLC-41 TDRS-M Tracking and data relay GTO Scheduled
2017-08-14[60] Atlas V 541 AV-072 VAFB SLC-3E NROL-42 Reconnaissance satellite LEO Scheduled
2017-08-31[60] Atlas V 421 AV-075 CCAFS SLC-41 NROL-52 Reconnaissance satellite GTO Scheduled
2017-10-11[60] Atlas V 531 AV-073 CCAFS SLC-41 AEHF-4 Military comsat GTO Scheduled
2017-11-09[60] Atlas V 411 AV-076 CCAFS SLC-41 SBIRS GEO-4 Missile warning GTO Scheduled
2017 (TBD)[61] Atlas V 501 CCAFS SLC-41 AFSPC-7 (X-37B OTV-5)[61] Technology evaluation LEO Planned

2018[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2018-03-07[60] Atlas V 541 AV-079 CCAFS SLC-41 GOES-S Meteorology GTO Scheduled
2018-04-18[60] Atlas V 551 AV-081 CCAFS SLC-41 AFSPC-11 Military comsat Scheduled
2018-05-05[62] Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E InSight Mars lander Heliocentric Scheduled First Mars mission from VAFB
2018-06[63] Atlas V 541 AV-084 CCAFS SLC-41 AEHF-5 Military Comsat GTO Planned
2018-06[64] Atlas V N22 CCAFS SLC-41 CST-100 Starliner CST-100 Starliner orbital flight test (OFT) LEO to ISS Planned First use of dual-engine Centaur on an Atlas V; unmanned orbital flight test (OFT) of Starliner capsule to ISS
2018-08[64] Atlas V N22 AV-080 CCAFS SLC-41 CST-100 Starliner CST-100 Starliner crewed flight test (CFT) LEO to ISS Planned 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
2018-10[65] Atlas V 411 CCAFS SLC-41 Solar Orbiter Solar Probe Heliocentric Planned
2018-12[64] Atlas V N22 CCAFS SLC-41 CST-100 Starliner CST-100 Starliner 1st operational mission LEO to ISS Planned First operational Starliner mission; will ferry two astronauts to ISS
2018 (TBD)[66] Atlas V 401 AV-085 CCAFS SLC-41 AFSPC-8 Military comsat Planned

2019 and beyond[edit]

Date/Time
(UTC)
Configuration S/N Launch Site Payload Function Orbit Outcome Remarks
2019-02[67] Atlas V 541 AV-086 CCAFS SLC-41 AEHF-6 Military comsat GTO Planned
2020-07[68] Atlas V 541 CCAFS SLC-41 Mars 2020 Mars rover Heliocentric Planned
2020-08[69] Atlas V 551 AV-088 CCAFS SLC-41 NROL-101 Reconnaissance satellite Planned
2020[70] Atlas V 552 CCAFS SLC-41 Bigelow B330 Inflatable space habitat LEO Planned
2021[69] Atlas V 401 VAFB SLC-3E JPSS-2 Meteorology SSO Planned

See also[edit]

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