Unofficial Shuttle Launch Schedule
as of July 22, 2011
The Space Shuttle Program was concluded with the landing of
Space Shuttle Orbiter Atlantis on July 21, 2011
from mission STS-135 (ISS-37, ULF7: MLPM).
There are no upcoming Shuttle Missions any more:
The Space Shuttle program was concluded after finishing the 135th orbital
flight, STS-135, on July 21, 2011.
We plan to add some information on and related to the Space Shuttle program
here in the future. For now, see:
*** ISS Assembly Complete ***
*** Space Shuttle Program Concluded ***
This schedule was prepared from various and partly discordant
Nasa and other sources, so it should be taken with appropriate care.
Actual launch dates are set at the Flight Readiness Review
held about two weeks prior to launch.
International Space Station (ISS) flies in an orbit inclined 51.60 degrees
to Earth's equator (as did Mir), while the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) is
in a 28.47 degrees inclined orbit.
- This list is intended to succeed Bob Waterman's
Shuttle Launch schedule which exists no more.
- Unofficial Shuttle Launch Schedule -- Full List
- For reference, see
this schedule as of February 2, 2003.
- International Space Station Flight Schedule
(including Soyuz, Progress and European ATV)
International Space Station Assembly Flight Schedule
(chronological order; including Russian Proton and Soyuz flights)
ISS Viewing Times -
Tucson, Arizona -
Paris, France -
Nasa's Space Station future mission schedule including the last
Space Shuttle flight
NASA's Shuttle and Rocket Launch Schedule
- Past Shuttle Launches list (format of this list)
- Early Pre-Shuttle U.S. Human Flights
- Constellation Missions: Future Orion and Altair
spacecraft, old unofficial preliminary flight schedule
Steven Pietrobon's shuttle page, part of his
- KSC's current year
all (mixed fleet) launch schedule
current Shuttle Status Report
- Space Shuttle Online!
Direct link to the Space Shuttle
Nasa's Return To Flight web coverageSpace Calendar (Nasa JPL)
- Spaceflight Now:
Worldwide Launch Schedule
- Unfortunately, the following site
(formerly Florida Today's Space Today)
has partly degraded (with commercial ads, slow applets, and less coverage
into the future) since it has been taken over by space.com, so can now only
be recommended with limitations:
Next Rocket Launches (Shuttle and others, including international) and
current launch schedule.
See space.com spaceflight.