Overview of Falcon Boosters

Overview of Falcon Boosters

by    · Published 2020-11-06 · Updated 2023-08-08

The following infographic lists all Block 5 boosters manufactured by SpaceX so far. Made by @SpaceNosey.

The infographic is usually updated after each launch. Last update: Aug 8, 2023

For full size, click the image.



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Really cool graph!
Although why is the landing of the in-flight abort test marked as “failed”, it would fit better in the “not attempted” category imo.

Thanks for the feedback! We’ll fix it in the next update.

I really dig this graph as well! So much info, so nicely accessible!

Only thing one could add were the launchpad the flight started from. Shortened to “40”, “39A” or “4E” across it would fit well above the liftoff arrows like with the landing spot. The longer names “CCSFS SLC-40”, “KSC LC-39A” and “VAFB SLC-4E” could get into the caption.

Also a small flight count coud fit under the booster name to save counting the so many flights of the lifeleaders now 🙂 (The occational NASA-logo could worm itself above the name then.)

Again thanks for you work, much appreciated!

i really like this graphic, but it seems not up to date. We have had several launches in the last couple of weeks.

That’s a very cool picture. Does that update every launch?

Yes, it’s updated after every launch.

I saw it. I followed on Twitter. thank you for sharing.

This graphic is great, but with the high cadence and number of resuses, it is getting very hard.
Do you have any plan about it?
Could it be a “roll over the core number and a pop up displays the information?

You should probably ask SpaceNosey about future plan since he’s creating the graphic, I just host the image. But I doubt we could make it interactive, that’s beyond my capabilities.

FYI, the current graphic (last updated 2022-09-20 after the Starlink 4-34 launch on 2022-09-18/19) is missing the second-most-recent launch, Starlink 4-2/Blue Walker 3 (B1058.14, 2022-09-10/11). IIRC, this launch was present on the preceding version of the graphic, so it seems to have gotten dropped accidentally when 4-34 was added.

Also, a minor nitpick: the date on B1069.1 is listed as “Dic 21 2021” rather than “Dec 21 2021”. (Guessing this is a bilingual slip-up since SpaceNosey primarily posts in Spanish. 🙂)

BTW, thanks (to both you and SpaceNosey) for increasing the resolution of the embedded version! Much easier to read now without having to click for the full version! 😃 This has been an invaluable reference for keeping track of these boosters (especially since the textual/tabular formats used on other sites like Reddit are not so easy to follow now that there are so many flights).

Thanks for the feedback. It should be fixed now.

Good graphic, could you add something: several boosters are already programmed to fly, if they could include that information it would be great

You can find this information on my Czech website (last column in the first table): https://www.elonx.cz/prehled-raketovych-stupnu/

What does dark blue background versus light blue background mean?

It’s just alternating shades of blue making it easier to determine which booster number you’re looking at.

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