2022 in spaceflight

This article documents expected notable spaceflight events during the year 2022.

2022 in spaceflight

Overview

In 2022, the European Space Agency plans to launch the JUICE spacecraft, which will explore Jupiter and its large ice-covered moons, following a seven-year transit.[1]

NASA would launch the first component of the Lunar Gateway as part of its effort to return to the Moon, as well as a starting point of a crewed exploration of Mars.[2]

Japan plans to launch the SLIM lunar lander.

The European Space Agency plans to test its orbital uncrewed spaceplane Space RIDER.[3]

Orbital launches

Date and time (UTC) Rocket Flight number Launch site LSP
Payload
(⚀ = CubeSat)
Operator Orbit Function Decay (UTC) Outcome
Remarks

January

January (TBD)[4] H-IIA 202 Tanegashima LA-Y1 MHI
XRISM JAXA / NASA Low Earth X-ray astronomy 
SLIM JAXA Selenocentric Lunar lander 
January (TBD)[5] TBA TBA TBA
NileSat-301 Nilesat Geosynchronous Communications 
Eventual replacement for Nilesat 201, which will be decommissioned by 2028.

February

February (TBD)[6] H3-24L[7] Tanegashima LA-Y2 MHI
HTV-X1 JAXA Low Earth (ISS) ISS logistics
Technology demonstration
 
Maiden flight of the HTV-X resupply vehicle.

March

March (TBD)[8] Atlas V 401 Vandenberg SLC-4E ULA
JPSS-2 NOAA Low Earth (SSO) Meteorology 
LOFTID[10] LaRC / ULA Low Earth Technology demonstration 
March (TBD)[11] Atlas V 551 Cape Canaveral SLC-41[12] ULA
Silent Barker / NROL-107[14] NRO Geosynchronous Space situational awareness 
March (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1a Baikonur Site 31/6 Roscosmos
Soyuz MS-20 Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) Expedition 66/67 
Q1 (TBD)[16] Soyuz-2.1a Baikonur Roscosmos
Progress MS-20 / 81P Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) ISS logistics 
Q1 (TBD)[17] Vega-C Kourou ELV Arianespace
Pléiades-Neo 3[18] CNES Low Earth Earth observation 
Pléiades-Neo 4[18] CNES Low Earth Earth observation 
Q1 (TBD)[19] Vega-C Kourou ELV Arianespace
Space Rider[3] ESA Low Earth Flight test 
Q1 (TBD)[20] TBA TBA TBA
Türksat 6A[22] Türksat Geosynchronous Communications 

April

April (TBD)[23] Long March 3B/E 3B-Yxx[24] Xichang CASC
NicaSat-1 (LSTSAT-1) Government of Nicaragua Geosynchronous Communications 


June

June (TBD)[25] Ariane 5 ECA Kourou ELA-3 Arianespace
Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (JUICE) ESA Jovicentric Ganymede orbiter 
The spacecraft will embark on an 7-year journey including five gravity assist maneuvers at Earth, Venus, Earth, Mars, and again Earth. Arrival at Jupiter is scheduled for October 2029.[25]
June (TBD)[26] Soyuz ST-B / Fregat-MT Kourou ELS Arianespace
EarthCARE ESA / JAXA Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
June (TBD)[27] Soyuz ST-B / Fregat-MT Kourou ELS Arianespace
Euclid ESA Sun–Earth L2 Astronomy 
H1 2022 (TBD)[28] Ariane 64 Kourou ELA-4 Arianespace
GO-1 ESA Geostationary Satellite dispenser 
Dedicated smallsat rideshare mission directly to geostationary orbit.
H1 2022 (TBD)[29] Long March 2D Jiuquan or Taiyuan CASC
ASO-S[31] CAS Low Earth (SSO) Heliophysics 

July

July (TBD)[32] Falcon 9 Block 5 Cape Canaveral SLC-40 SpaceX
Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO)[33] KARI Selenocentric Lunar orbiter 
Lunar Impactor[32] KARI Selenocentric Geological research 

August

August (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1a / Fregat-M Vostochny Site 1S Roscosmos
Kondor-FKA No.2 Roscosmos Low Earth Reconnaissance 
August (TBD)[34] TBA TBA TBA
Psyche NASA Heliocentric Asteroid orbiter 

September

September (TBD)[35][36] GSLV Mk II Satish Dhawan SLP ISRO
NISAR[38] NASA / ISRO Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
September (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1a Baikonur Site 31/6 Roscosmos
Soyuz MS-21 Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) Expedition 67/68 
Q3 (TBD)[39] LauncherOne Cosmic Girl, Mojave Virgin Orbit
TBA SatRevolution Areocentric Mars orbiter 
First commercial smallsat mission to Mars,[40] which will use the Exploration 3-Stage Variant of LauncherOne.[39]
Q3 (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1b / Fregat-M Plesetsk Site 43/4 RVSN RF
GLONASS-K 22 (K1 №10) VKS Medium Earth Navigation 

October

October (TBD)[41] Vega Kourou ELV Arianespace
Biomass[43] ESA Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 

November

2 November[44] TBA TBA TBA
PACE NASA Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 

December

December (TBD)[45] Commercial launch vehicle Cape Canaveral TBA
Power and Propulsion Element NASA Selenocentric (NRHO) Space station assembly 
First module of the Lunar Gateway planned for launch.[46]
December (TBD)[5][47] Falcon 9 Block 5 Cape Canaveral or Vandenberg SpaceX
ASBM 1 (GX 10A)[48] Norwegian Ministry of Defence / Inmarsat Highly elliptical Communications 
ASBM 2 (GX 10B)[48] Norwegian Ministry of Defence / Inmarsat Highly elliptical Communications 
December (TBD)[49][50] Pallas-1 TBA Galactic Energy
TBA TBA Low Earth TBA 
Maiden flight of Pallas-1.
Q4 (TBD)[51] Commercial launch vehicle TBA TBA
VIPER NASA TLI to lunar surface Lunar rover 
Commercial Lunar Payload Services payload on a to-be-announced lander, which will prospect for water ice at the lunar south pole.
Q4 (TBD)[7] H3 Tanegashima LA-Y2 MHI
DSN-3 DSN / JSDF Geosynchronous Communications 
Q4 (TBD)[52] H3-24L[7] Tanegashima LA-Y2 MHI
HTV-X2 JAXA Low Earth (ISS) ISS logistics 
Q4 (TBD)[53] Long March TBA Xichang CASC
Einstein Probe[55] CAS Low Earth X-ray astronomy 
Q4 (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1b / Fregat-M Plesetsk Site 43/4 RVSN RF
GLONASS-K2 24 (K2 №3) VKS Medium Earth Navigation 
Q4 (TBD)[56] Soyuz ST-B / Fregat-M Kourou ELS Arianespace
MetOp-SG A1[58] EUMETSAT Low Earth (SSO) Meteorology 
First of six MetOp-SG launches.[59]
Q4 (TBD)[60] TBA TBA TBA
RSGS DARPA Geosynchronous Satellite repair and servicing 
DARPA's Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Spacecraft (RSGS) will test in-space robotic inspection, maintenance, and repair technologies on satellites in geosynchronous orbit.
Q4 (TBD)[61] TBA TBA TBA
SATRIA PSN Geostationary Communications 

To be determined

2022 (TBD)[62] Angara 1.2 Plesetsk Roscosmos
Gonets-M 26 Gonets Satellite System Low Earth Communications 
Gonets-M 27 Gonets Satellite System Low Earth Communications 
Gonets-M 28 Gonets Satellite System Low Earth Communications 
2022 (TBD)[63] Angara A5 / DM-03[64] Plesetsk Roscosmos
Luch-5M 1[66] Gonets Satellite System Geosynchronous Communications 
2022 (TBD)[67] Angara A5 TBA Roscosmos
TEM prototype Roscosmos Low Earth Technology demonstration 
2022 (TBD)[68] Ariane 5 ECA Kourou ELA-3 Arianespace
Syracuse 4A (Comsat-NG 1)[70] DGA Geosynchronous Communications 
2022 (TBD)[71][72] Ariane 5 ECA Kourou ELA-3 Arianespace
Syracuse 4B (Comsat-NG 2)[74] DGA Geosynchronous Communications 
H2 2022 (TBD)[75] Ariane 64, Atlas V 551, or Falcon Heavy Cape Canaveral or Kourou Arianespace, SpaceX, or ULA
ViaSat-3 APAC[75][77] ViaSat Geosynchronous Communications 
2022 (TBD)[78] Atlas V 411 Cape Canaveral SLC-41 ULA
SBIRS-GEO 6[80] U.S. Air Force Geosynchronous Early warning 
H2 2022 (TBD)[81] Delta IV Heavy Vandenberg SLC-6[82] ULA
Orion 12 (NROL-91)[83] NRO Geostationary SIGINT 
H2 2022 (TBD)[81] Delta IV Heavy Cape Canaveral SLC-37B[82] ULA
Orion 13 (NROL-70)[83] NRO Geostationary SIGINT 
2022 (TBD)[84] Electron Mahia LC-1 Rocket Lab
Archinaut One Made In Space Low Earth Technology demonstration
Space manufacturing
 
2022 (TBD)[7] Epsilon Uchinoura JAXA
DESTINY+[86] JAXA Heliocentric Asteroid flyby 
2022 (TBD)[87] Eris-S[88] Whalers Way[89] Gilmour Space
TBA Gilmour Space Low Earth Flight test 
Maiden flight of Eris.
2022 (TBD)[90] Firefly Alpha Vandenberg SLC-2W Firefly
EOS SAR 1 EOS Low Earth (SSO)[91] Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[92] GSLV Satish Dhawan ISRO
INSAT-3DS[94] INSAT Geosynchronous Meteorology 
2022 (TBD)[7] H-IIA Tanegashima LA-Y1 MHI
IGS-Radar 7 CSICE Low Earth (SSO) Reconnaissance 
2022 (TBD)[7] H3 Tanegashima LA-Y2 MHI
GOSAT-3 JAXA Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[95] Long March 2C Taiyuan LC-9 CAST
HaiYang 1E[97] CAST Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[98] Long March 3B Xichang or Wenchang CAST
Fengyun 4C[100] CMA Geosynchronous Meteorology 
2022 (TBD)[101] Long March 4B Taiyuan LC-9 CAST
HaiYang 2F[102] CAST Low Earth Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[103] Long March 4B Taiyuan LC-9 CAST
HaiYang 2G[102] CAST Low Earth Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[104] Long March 5B Wenchang LC-1 CASC
Mengtian CNSA Low Earth Space station assembly 
Mengtian is the second laboratory module of the Chinese Space Station.
2022 (TBD)[105] Miura 5 Kourou PLD Space
TBA Low Earth  
Maiden flight of Miura 5.
2022 (TBD)[106] Prime Sutherland Orbex
Faraday-2b In-Space Missions Low Earth Technology demonstration 
2022 (TBD)[15][107] Proton-M / DM-03 Baikonur Roscosmos
Elektro-L №5 Roscosmos Geosynchronous Meteorology 
2022 (TBD)[15][108] Proton-M P4 Baikonur Roscosmos
NEM-1 (SPM) Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) ISS assembly 
NEM-1 and NEM-2 are scientific and power modules (SPM) for the International Space Station.
2022 (TBD)[109] PSLV Satish Dhawan ISRO
TeLEOS-2[111] AgilSpace Low Earth Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[15] Soyuz-2.1b / Fregat-M Vostochny Site 1S Arianespace / Starsem
OneWeb × 34–36 OneWeb Low Earth Communications 
Vostochny flight 7.
2022 (TBD)[15][108] Soyuz-2.1b Baikonur Roscosmos
Prichal (Progress M-UM) Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) ISS assembly 
2022 (TBD)[112][15] Soyuz-2.1b Vostochny Site 1S Roscosmos
Resurs-PM №1 Roscosmos Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[113] Soyuz-2.1b Baikonur Roscosmos
Soyuz GVK Roscosmos Low Earth (ISS) ISS logistics 
First flight of a new Russian spacecraft designed to return cargo to Earth
2022 (TBD)[114] Terran 1 Cape Canaveral LC-16 Relativity Space
TBA mu Space Low Earth IoT 
2022 (TBD)[115] Vega Kourou ELV Arianespace
SHALOM ISA Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[17] Vega-C Kourou ELV Arianespace
CO3D × 4[117] CNES Low Earth Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[118] Vega-C or Vega Kourou ELV Arianespace
NAOS MAE Low Earth (SSO) Reconnaissance 
2022 (TBD)[119] TBA TBA TBA
Carponis-1 FAB Low Earth Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[120] TBA TBA TBA
Eutelsat 10B[122] Eutelsat Geosynchronous Communications 
2022 (TBD)[123] TBA TBA TBA
Restore-L[125] NASA Low Earth (Polar) Satellite servicing 
2022 (TBD)[126] TBA TBA TBA
SABIA-Mar 1[128] CONAE / INPE / AEB Low Earth (SSO) Earth observation 
2022 (TBD)[129] TBA TBA TBA
SGDC-2 Telebrás Geosynchronous Communications 

Suborbital flights

Deep-space rendezvous

Date (UTC) Spacecraft Event Remarks
23 June BepiColombo Second gravity assist at Mercury

Extravehicular activities (EVAs)

Start Date/Time Duration End Time Spacecraft Crew Remarks

Orbital launch statistics

By country

For the purposes of this section, the yearly tally of orbital launches by country assigns each flight to the country of origin of the rocket, not to the launch services provider or the spaceport. For example, Soyuz launches by Arianespace in Kourou are counted under Russia because Soyuz-2 is a Russian rocket.

Country Launches Successes Failures Partial
failures
Remarks

By rocket

By family

Family Country Launches Successes Failures Partial failures Remarks

By type

Rocket Country Family Launches Successes Failures Partial failures Remarks

By configuration

Rocket Country Type Launches Successes Failures Partial failures Remarks

By spaceport

Site Country Launches Successes Failures Partial failures Remarks

By orbit

Orbital regime Launches Achieved Not achieved Accidentally
achieved
Remarks
Transatmospheric0000
Low Earth0000
Geosynchronous / transfer0000
Medium Earth0000
High Earth0000
Heliocentric orbit0000Including planetary transfer orbits

Notes

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