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Falcon 9
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Note: Current base commercial price for a new F9 is $62M, while a used F9 is priced at $50M, according to Elon Musk
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Contract Date
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Total Price ($M)
Launches
Per Launch
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Booster Type
Recoverable?
NotesReferences
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2012-02-08AsiaSat 6 / AsiaSat 8104.4252.2
Commercial
New NoSpace News
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2012-07-16Jason-382182NASANewYesNASA Press Release
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2012-08-01Iridium453.1*7~64.72CommercialNew/ReusedYes*Iridium in mid-2010 signed a $492 million contract with SpaceX to launch the Iridium Next satellites nine at a time aboard eight Falcon 9 rockets between early 2015 and 2017. The restructured contract, which SpaceX and Iridium concluded Aug. 1, 2012, calls for seven Falcon 9 rockets, each carrying 10 Iridium Next satellites. Iridium said it is saving $39 million by ordering seven rockets instead of eight. The new total value is $453.1 million: https://www.satellitetoday.com/telecom/2014/08/01/iridium-sees-major-m2m-growth-keeps-pace-with-iridium-next/
Price should also include development and production of custom payload dispensers: https://www.iridium.com/blog/2016/07/15/first-falcon-9-iridium-next-satellite-dispenser-arrives-at-launch-site/
Space News
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2012-12-05DSCOVR97197USAFNewYesSpaceflight Now
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2014-12-16TESS87187NASANewYesNASA Press Release
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2016-04-27GPSIII-SV0182.7182.7USAFNewNoSpace News
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2016-11-22SWOT112*1112NASATBDTBD*The total cost of the contract also includes payments to organizations other than SpaceX that support the launch and related services: https://spacenews.com/spacex-wins-contract-to-launch-nasa-earth-science-mission/NASA Press Release
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2017-03-14GPSIII-SV03102.11102.1USAFTBDTBD*The original contract value was $96.5 M, later it was modified with additional $5.6M: https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=30912.msg1885821#msg1885821DoD Press Release
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2017-10-19Sentinel-6A97197NASATBDTBDNASA Press Release
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2018-03-14GPSIII Contract #396.9*196.9USAFTBDTBD*Minimum value (one launch). Option for two more launches for max contract value of 290.5 millionDoD Press Release
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2019-02-19NROL-85/NROL-87290383USAFTBDTBDTotal value of contract to launch NROL-85, NROL-87 and AFSPC-44 (FH) is 290 million. Assuming 130 million for the FH launch (based on AFSPC-52), and NROL launches costing the same, estimated price for one NROL launch is around 83 million.DoD Press Release
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2019-04-11DART71.5*169NASATBDTBD*The original contract value was $69 M, later it was modified with additional $2.5M: hhttps://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=47871.msg2011517#msg2011517NASA Press Release
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2019-08-07IXPE50.3150.3NASATBDTBDNASA Press Release
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2020-02-04PACE80.4180.4NASAReusedTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission related costsNASA Press Release
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Falcon 9 with Dragon
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Contract Date
Mission
Total Price ($M)
Launches
Per Launch
Customer
Booster Type
Recoverable?
NotesReferences
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2008-12-23
CRS (original contract)
160012133.3NASANew/ReusedYes/NoNASA Press Release
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Early 2015CRS (first extension)~4503~150NASANew/ReusedYes[SpaceX] booked further CRS orders in early 2015 as part of CRS contract extensions. SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell said at the time that the SpaceX work was valued at about $150 million per mission for the three new orders.Space News
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Late 2015
CRS (second extension)
~7005~140NASANew/ReusedYesNASA has awarded five additional space station cargo-supply missions to SpaceX in a late-December contract with an undisclosed value that industry officials estimate at around $700 million.Space News
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Falcon Heavy
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Note: Current base commercial price for FH is $90M
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Contract Date
Mission
Total Price ($M)
Launches
Per Launch
Customer
Booster Type
Recoverable?
NotesReferences
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2012STP-2160.91160.9USAFNew+ReusedYesOriginal contract price was 165 million, it was later reduced, in big part due to military’s agreement to fly the mission with reused rocket boosters.Planetary Society
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2018-06-24AFSPC-521301130USAFTBDTBDUSAF Press Release
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2019-02-19AFSPC-44~130*1~130USAFTBDTBD*Total value of contract to launch NROL-85, NROL-87 and AFSPC-44 is 290 million. Assuming 130 million for the FH launch (based on AFSPC-52).DoD Press Release
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