04 - Kennedy - Endeavour (F13) - LEO
STS-88 (ISS-01-2A) - Manned, ISS Assembly - NASA (U.S.)
Boeing Reusable Space Systems - OV-105 - about 100,000kg
06 - Kourou - Ariane 42L-3 (V114) - GTO/GEO
SatMex 5 (Morelos 3) - Communications - SatMex (Mexico)
Hughes Space & Communications - HS-601HP - 4,144kg
06 - Vandenberg - Pegasus XL - LEO
SWAS - Astronomy - NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (U.S.)
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, Smithsonian Astronomical Observatory - 283kg
08 - Plesetsk - Topol M - Suborbital
ICBM Test Flight - RVSN (Russia)
10 - Plesetsk - Kosmos 3M - LEO
Nadezhda - Navigation, Search & Rescue - VKS (Russia)
AKO Polyot - Tsikada/Parus - 825kg
Astrid 2 - Plasma Science - Swedish Space Corp. (Sweden)
Swedish Space Corp. - Freja-C - 30kg
11 - Cape Canaveral - Delta 2/7425 - Escape - VERSION FIRST FLIGHT
Mars Climate Orbiter - Mars Orbiting Probe - NASA (U.S.), JPL (U.S.)
Lockheed Martin Astronautics - 338kg
13 - Endeavour - LEO
Unity (Node 1) & PMA 1/2 - Space Station Module - NASA (U.S.)
Boeing Manned Space Systems - 10,070kg
13 - Endeavour - LEO
SAC-A - Technology - CONAE (Argentina)
Invap - 60kg
14 - Endeavour - LEO
MightySat 1 - Military Technology - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
Orbital Sciences Corp. - MiniStar? - 61kg
19 - Taiyuan - CZ-2-3/SD - LEO
Iridium SV088? - Mobile Telephony - Iridium (U.S.)
Motorola SSTG - LM-700 - 689kg
Iridium SV089? - Mobile Telephony - Iridium (U.S.)
Motorola SSTG - LM-700 - 689kg
22 - Kourou - Ariane 42L-3 (V115) - GTO/GEO
PAS-6B - Communications - PanAmSat (U.S.)
Hughes Space & Communications - HS-601HP - 3,600kg
24 - Plesetsk - Kosmos 3M - LEO
Kosmos 2361 - Navigation - VKS (Russia)
AKO Polyot - Tsikada/Parus - 825kg
30 - Baykonur - Proton K/DM-2 - MEO
Kosmos 2362 - Positioning - VKS (Russia)
NPO Prikladnoy Mekhaniki, AKO Polyot - Uragan - 1,480kg
Kosmos 2363 - Positioning - VKS (Russia)
NPO Prikladnoy Mekhaniki, AKO Polyot - Uragan - 1,480kg
Kosmos 2364 - Positioning - VKS (Russia)
NPO Prikladnoy Mekhaniki, AKO Polyot - Uragan - 1,480kg
 
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Prime - Bus - Mass

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