The launch director for the Transporter-7 launch called a ‘hold’ on this mission at T-00:28 seconds due to weather constraints. Another attempt to launch this mission will occur on 4/14/23 at 11:47 p.m.
SpaceX is now targeting no earlier than Thursday, April 13th., at 11:47 p.m. PT (06:47 UTC on April 14) for Falcon 9’s launch of the Transporter-7 mission to LEO from Space Launch Complex 4E (SLC-4E) at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
The first stage booster supporting this mission previously launched Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, DART, and seven Starlink missions.
Following stage separation, Falcon 9 will land on Landing Zone 4 (LZ-4) at Vandenberg Space Force Base.
Transporter-7 is SpaceX’s seventh, dedicated, smallsat rideshare mission. There will be 51 payloads on this flight, including CubeSats, MicroSats, hosted payloads, and orbital transfer vehicles carrying spacecraft that will be deployed at a later time.
Possible payload list for the Transporter 7 mission… there are also two unspecified smallsats within this payload, as well…
Aarhus University, Denmark
LLITED A/B (2x 1.5U)
SMPOD03 (hosted payload — 3U deployer)
Exolaunch (21 satellites, 16 cubesat, 5 microsat)
Bronco Space (at Cal Poly Pomona)
FACSAT-2 (Colombian Air Force-(6U, Colombian Air Force, GomSpace bus)
TAIFA-1 (3U, SayariLabs [Kenya]
on behalf of Orbital Solutions Monaco (OSM) + Laboratoire
Kenya Space Agency with SayariLabs + EnduroSat
DEWA SAT-2 (6U, DEWA, UAE)
Observations Spatiales (LATMOS)
Connecta T2.1 (6U)
Space Flight Laboratory
NORSAT-TD (~40kg, Space Flight Laboratory for Norwegian Space Agency)
Stanford Student Space Initiative
IMECE (800 kg., TÜBİTAK UZAY, Turkey)
GHGSat-C6/C7/C8 (3x 15k g.)
Cluster 7 (3x 33 kg.)
IRIS-C (3U, NCKU, Taiwan)
(1P, Hello Space)
Kepler (2x 6U)
GHOSt (2x microsat)
Orbital Solutions Monaco
RoseyCubesat-1 (1U, ISIS platform)
NewSat 36-39 (4x microsat)
(2x 6U for customers, 1x 3U)
Technical University of Budapest, Hungary
Tomorrow-R1 (85 kg)
University of Colorado Denver
CIRBE (3U, CU Boulder/LASP)
(3U, C3S, Hungary)
Two undisclosed smallsats