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1998
25 - December 6 - Pegasus XL
SWAS (SMEX-3) - NASA (U.S.)
24 - October 22 - Pegasus "Bartolomeu Lourenço de Gusmão"
SCD-2 - INPE (Brazil)
23 - September 23 - Pegasus XL/HAPS
Orbcomm FM-21 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-22 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-23 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-24 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-25 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-26 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-27 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-28 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
22 - August 2 - Pegasus XL/HAPS "Amanda"
Orbcomm FM-13 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-14 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-15 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-16 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-17 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-18 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-19 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-20 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
21 - April 2 - Pegasus XL "Mackenzie"
TRACE (SMEX-4) - NASA (U.S.)
20 - February 26 - Pegasus XL "Devin AnnMarie"
SNOE (STEDI-1) - NASA (U.S.), USRA (U.S.)
T1 (BatSat) - Teledesic (U.S.)
 

1997
19 - December 23 - Pegasus XL/HAPS "Maryellen" (aka "Traci")
Orbcomm A1 (FM-5) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A2 (FM-6) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A3 (FM-7) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A4 (FM-8) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A5 (FM-9) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A6 (FM-10) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A7 (FM-11) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm A8 (FM-12) - Orbcomm (U.S.)
18 - October 22 - Pegasus XL "Tatiana"
STEP-M4 (P95-1) - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
17 - August 29 - Pegasus XL "Christine"
FORTE (P94-1) - Los Alamos National Lab (U.S.)
16 - August 1 - Pegasus XL "Kathleen" (aka "Tim")
OrbView 2 (SeaStar) - Orbimage (U.S.)
15 - April 21 - Pegasus XL "Gran Canaria" - LAUNCH FROM CANARY ISLANDS
Minisat 0.1 - INTA (Spain)
Celestis 01 (CPAC) - Celestis (U.S.)
 

1996
14 - November 4 - Pegasus XL "Maggie" - FAILURE
SAC-B - CONAE (Argentina)
HETE - NASA (U.S.)
13 - August 21 - Pegasus XL "Leslie"
FAST (SMEX-2) - NASA (U.S.)
 

Fifth Pegasus XL "Leslie" is readied for launch below the "Stargazer" carrier aircraft.

Photo OSC.

 
12 - July 2 - Pegasus XL "Jaimie"
TOMS-EP - NASA (U.S.)
11 - May 17 - Pegasus "Rachel"
MSTI-3 - BMDO (U.S.)
10 - March 9 - Pegasus XL "Stacey" - FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT
REX-2 (P94-2) - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
 

1995
9 - June 22 - Pegasus XL "Laura Elizibeth 2" - FAILURE
STEP-M3 (P92-2) - DARPA (U.S.)
8 - April 3 - Pegasus "Maggie"
Orbcomm FM-1 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
Orbcomm FM-2 - Orbcomm (U.S.)
OrbView 1 (MicroLab 1) - Orbimage (U.S.)
 

Seventh standard Pegasus "Maggie" was the first to carry a full Orbital Sciences Corp.-built payload.

Photo OSC.

 

1994
7 - August 3 - Pegasus "Kali Ann"
APEX (P90-6) - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
6 - June 27 - Pegasus XL "Laura Elizibeth" - MAIDEN FLIGHT - FAILURE
STEP-M1 (P90-1) - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
 

Maiden Pegasus XL flight ("Laura Elizibeth") ended in failure because of an aerodynamic design flaw which could not be detected by computer modelization.

Photo OSC.

 
5 - May 19 - Pegasus/HAPS "Leslie"
SIDEX (STEP-M2/P91-2) - DARPA (U.S.)
 

1993
4 - April 25 - Pegasus "Kasee Breann"
ALEXIS (P89-1B) - Los Alamos National Lab (U.S.)
3 - February 9 - Pegasus "Brigadeiro Montenegro" (aka "Santos Dumont")
SCD-1 - INPE (Brazil)
CDS (OXP-2) - Orbital Sciences Corp. (U.S.)
 

1991
2 - July 17 - Pegasus/HAPS "Patricia Rose"
Microsat 1 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 2 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 3 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 4 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 5 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 6 - DARPA (U.S.)
Microsat 7 - DARPA (U.S.)
 

1990
1 - April 5 - Pegasus "Kaitlynn" - MAIDEN FLIGHT
Pegsat - U.S. Air Force (U.S.)
Tercel (SECS/USA-55) - DARPA (U.S.)
 



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