SpaceXStats is back! After a long hiatus, I decided to publish a minimal working version of the site. Some sections are still missing after the r/spacex API shut down (more details) but will be added again, one after the other. Thanks again for your messages and support ❤️🚀
Upcoming - Falcon Heavy | OTV-7 (X-37B) (USSF-52)
Dec 11th, 1:14AM (UTC+00:00)
It is the seventh flight of the X-37B program. United States Air Force Orbital Test Vehicle is built by Boeing. It's an uncrewed 5000 kg, 8.8 m-long reusable mini-spaceplane capable of autonomous re-entry and landing.
Starship - Orbital Tests
SpaceX is conducting an experimental test program of its future
launch vehicle, the Super Heavy/Starship. SpaceX already did an Integrated Flight Test that ended by an explosion 4 minutes into the flight. SpaceX is currently preparing for another test launch with the goal of reaching orbit with the Starship second stage and the Super heavy booster.
Launch History - Per Year
With an ever-increasing launch cadence, SpaceX has surpassed other
launch providers by annual vehicles launched and continues, nearly year-on-year,
to set vehicle flight records.
Timelines - Elon Musk's Bet
In April 2009, Michael S. Malone revealed, while interviewing Elon
Musk, that the two had a bet that SpaceX would put a man on Mars by
"2020 or 2025". Musk has continued to reiterate this rough timeframe
since. This countdown clock expires on 1 January 2026, at 00:00 UTC.
No pressure, Elon.