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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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2012-02-08
AsiaSat 6 / AsiaSat 8
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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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2012-12-05DSCOVR97197MilitaryNewYesSpaceflight Now
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2014-12-16TESS87187NASANewYesNASA Press Release
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2016-04-27GPSIII-SV0182.7182.7MilitaryNewNoSpace 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-SV0392.6*1102.1MilitaryNewYes*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#msg1885821 then it was reduced by $9.5M in exchange for booster recoveryDoD Press Release
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2017-10-19Sentinel-6A97197NASATBDTBDNASA Press Release
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2017-11-09Türksat 5A/5B~1202~60CommercialReusedYesSputnik News
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2018-03-14GPSIII Contract #3247*182.33MilitaryNew/ReusedYes*Original contract value was $290.5 million but it was later reduced by $43.5M in exchange for allowing reused boosters: https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=51997.msg2136377#msg2136377 DoD Press Release
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2019-02-19NROL-85/NROL-87305.9*388MilitaryTBDTBD*Total value of contract to launch NROL-85, NROL-87 and USSF-44 (FH) is 297 million (later increased to 305.9 million: https://spacenews.com/space-force-to-get-deeper-insight-into-inner-workings-of-spacex-commercial-launches/). Assuming 130 million for the FH launch (based on USSF-52), and NROL launches costing the same, estimated price for one NROL launch is around 88 million.DoD Press Release
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2019-04-11DART72.8*172.8NASAReusedTBD*The original contract value was $69 M, later it was modified with additional $2.5M (https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=47871.msg2011517#msg2011517) and later with additional $1.3M (https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=47871.msg2063022#msg2063022)NASA Press Release
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2019-08-07IXPE50.3150.3NASAReusedTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission related costsNASA Press Release
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2020-02-04PACE80.4180.4NASAReusedTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission related costsNASA Press Release
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2020-09-25IMAP109.41109.4NASATBDTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission related costsNASA Press Release
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2020-12-31Tranche 0 TTL150.4275.2MilitaryTBDTBDTotal price includes the launch service, payload adapters, deployment systems and integration.Space News
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2021-02-04SPHEREx98.8198.8NASATBDTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission related costsNASA Press Release
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2021-03-09NROL-69/USSF-36159.7279.85*MilitaryTBDTBD*Unit price simply calculated as 50% of total, actual price would be different.
Cost includes basic launch services and mission integration for USSF-36 and only basic launch services for NROL-69.
SMC Press Release
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Falcon 9 with Dragon
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Contract Date
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Total Price ($M)
Launches
Per Launch
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Booster Type
Recoverable?
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2008-12-23
CRS (original contract)
160012133.3NASANew/ReusedYes/NoNASA Press Release
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Early 2015CRS (1st 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 2015CRS (2nd 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-2160.91160.9MilitaryNew+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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2018-06-24USSF-521301130MilitaryTBDTBDUSAF Press Release
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2019-02-19USSF-44~130*1~130MilitaryNewSide boosters only*Total value of contract to launch NROL-85, NROL-87 and USSF-44 is 297 million (later increased to 305.9 million: https://spacenews.com/space-force-to-get-deeper-insight-into-inner-workings-of-spacex-commercial-launches/). Assuming 130 million for the FH launch (based on USSF-52).DoD Press Release
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2020-02-28Psyche108.41108.4NASANewYesPrice was adjusted from 117M to 108M (https://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=50260.msg2054048#msg2054048). Price includes the Falcon Heavy standard launch service and standard mission integration and 13 mission unique services.NASA
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2020-08-07USSF-67332.7*1332.7MilitaryTBDTBD*Original price was 316M but it was later increased to 332.7M: https://www.defense.gov/Newsroom/Contracts/Contract/Article/2605292/
SpaceX President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell explained that the contract pays for launch services but also covers expenses for infrastructure and other items required for national security launches. The price “reflects mostly the infrastructure,” Shotwell said. https://spacenews.com/spacex-explains-why-the-u-s-space-force-is-paying-316-million-for-a-single-launch/
Note: It's unconfirmed that this is a Falcon Heavy mission
Space News
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2021-02-09PPE/HALO331.81331.8NASATBDTBDTotal price includes the launch service and other mission-related costsNASA Press Release
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