SpaceX Inventory

Falcon 9 Inventory

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Falcon_9_first-stage_boosters

  • B1066.0 – Falcon Heavy Core Booster
  • B1065.0 – Falcon Heavy Side Booster
  • B1064.0 – Falcon Heavy Side Booster
  • B1063.0 – Sentinal 6
  • B1062.0 – GPS III SV04
  • B1061.0 – Crew Dragon 1
  • B1060.2
  • B1059.4
  • B1058.3 – Launched Crew Dragon Demo 2
  • B1053.1 – Falcon Heavy Side Booster
  • B1052.1 – Falcon Heavy Side Booster
  • B1051.5 – Demo 1 Booster
  • B1049.6 – August 18 – 14:32 UTC, Falcon 9 – Starlink 10/SkySats 19-21

Dragon 2 Inventory

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SpaceX_Dragon_2

  • C208 – Under Construction – Crew Dragon
  • C207 – Delivered – Fist production Crew Dragon spacecraft. Delivered to Cape Canaveral, Florida on August 18, 2020.
  • C206.1 – Active – Endeavour – Crew Dragon – Demo 2, First vehicle to carry a crew.
  • C205.1 – Active – In-flight abort test
  • C204 – Unknown
  • C203 – Unknown
  • C202 – Unknown – Pressure vessel used for structural testing.
  • C201.1 – Destroyed – Demo 1, The first vehicle to fly in space.
  • C200.1 – Retired – DragonFly – Pad abort test – Hover testing

Starship Inventory

Updated: 10/24/2020

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SpaceX_Starship

  • HLS – Under Construction – Southwest Shipyard –
    • NASA Human Landing System (HLS) – Lunar lander mockup.
    • Nasa logo added to HLS mockup
    • Painted white
    • Moved to the Southwest Shipyard
  • SH1 – Super Heavy booster – Under construction
    • 10/07/2020 – Lox Stack 2 spotted in the shipyard.
    • 10/01/2020 – Fuel Stack spotted in the shipyard.
    • 10/01/2020 – Forward dome was sleeved with a four ring stack labeled “FWD BARREL ASSY BOOSTER”.
    • 10/02/2020 – Lox Stack 1 spotted in the shipyard.
    • 09/28/2020 – Lox Stack 4 spotted in the shipyard.
    • 09/22/2020 – Milestone – First Super Heavy booster Common Dome Assembly spotted in the shipyard.
    • 09/02/2020 – The first Super-Heavy booster (Per Elon Musk).
  • SN14 – Under construction
    • 10/10/2020 – Methane downcomer spotted.
  • SN13 – Under construction
    • ???
  • SN12 – Under construction
    • 10/17/2020 – Common dome and header tank awaiting integration in the shipyard.
    • 09/20/2020 – Leg Skirt spotted in the shipyard.
  • SN11 – Under construction
    • 10/24/2020 – Common dome sleeved in the shipyard.
    • 1010/23/2020 – The thrust section is being prepared for stacking at the Mid-Bay.
    • 10/07/2020 – Thrust section flipped
    • 10/05/2020 – Trust dome has been sleeved.
    • 10/03/2020 – Methane Header tank spotted
    • 09/20/2020 – Common Bulkhead spotted
    • 09/14/2020 – Thrust puck and fuel downcomer delivered.
    • 09/09/2020 – Aft dome section spotted in the shipyard.
  • SN10 – Mid-Bay
    • 10/23/2020 – Aero covers spotted in the shipyard.
    • 10/22/2020 – Aft dome stack moved to the Mid-Bay.
    • 10/16/2020 – Common dome section has now been stacked on the mid LOX ring section in the Mid-Bay.
    • 10/14/2020 – Stacking began in the Mid-Bay.
    • 10/03/2020 – Trust section mated to leg skirt in the shipyard.
    • 10/03/2020 – Thrust section spotted in the shipyard.
    • 10/03/2020 – Leg skirt spotted in the shipyard. WO: 133 7367
    • 09/08/2020 – The forward dome was sleaved with a four-ring stack. All of the previous upper bulkheads have been sleeved with a three-ring stack.
    • 09/03/2020 – Thrust puck and fuel downcomer delivered.
  • SN9 – Mid-Bay
    • 10/20/2020 – Rear aerodynamic surface cover installed.
    • 10/16/2020 – Rear aerodynamic surface mounts installed.
    • 10/03/2020 – Stacked to the usual “full” level.
    • 10/03/2020 – The thrust section was moved into the Mid-Bay for stacking.
    • 09/27/2020 – Forward dome stacked.
    • 09/20/2020 – Forward dome with Tesla batteries, stacking guides, and other hardware installed spotted in the shipyard.
    • 09/13/2020 – Note: I see no evidence of external “plumbing” on SN8 as of yet.
    • 09/13/2020 – Three-ring stack probably part of the tank section with heat tile mounting points spotted.
    • 09/13/2020 – The thrust section was flipped.
    • 09/13/2020 – First ring section moved into the Mid-Bay for stacking.
    • 09/04/2020 – Trust dome has been sleeved.
    • 08/28/2020 – Forward dome sleaved with a ring stack that includes heat shield tile mounts.
    • 08/15/2020 – Common dome has been sleeved.
  • SN8 – Test Stand A
    • 10/22/2020 – Milestone – Nosecone assembly installed. This is the first Starship prototype to have a nosecone permanently installed.
    • 10/21/2020 – Nosecone assembly moved to Test Stand A.
    • 10/20/2020 – Milestone – Static Fire Test Successful. The first concurrent firing of three Raptor engines
    • 10/19/2020 – Nosecone stacked on a barrel section in the Low-Bay.
    • 10/19/2020 – Preburner test completed.
    • 10/16/2020 – Tested the RCS thrusters.
    • 10/15/2020 – Static fire attempt was re-run that progressed thru engine chill.
    • 10/14/2020 – Static fire attempt – This was to be the first time SpaceX attempted a static fire of three Raptor engines. This did not amount to much as the road to the launch site was never closed.
    • 10/13/2020 – Nosecone with aerodynamic surfaces moved to low-bay.
    • 10/12/2020 – Aerodynamic surfaces being installed on a nosecone in Fabrication Tent 3.
    • 10/12/2020 – Raptor engine SN30 installed.
    • 10/12/2020 – Raptor engine SN39 installed.
    • 10/11/2020 – Raptor engine SN39 removed.
    • 10/11/2020 – Raptor engine SN39 installed.
    • 10/11/2020 – Raptor engine SN32 installed.
    • 10/11/2020 – Forward aerodynamic surfaces moved into the nosecone fabrication tent.
    • 10/09/2020 – Cryogenic proof test – Passed
    • 10/08/2020 – Cryogenic proof test.
    • 10/07/2020 – Cryogenic proof test to 7 bar absolute. Leak detected near engine mounts. Perhaps due to differential shrinking per Elon Musk.
    • 10/06/2020 – Cryogenic proof test attempt,
    • 10/05/2020 – Tested RCS thrusters
    • 10/05/2020 – Ambient Testing Complete. Cryogenic proof test aborted.
    • 10/04/2020 – Actuated its aft control surfaces under its own power.
    • 09/30/2020 – Lifted onto launch mount after wind delay.
    • 09/26/2020 – Transported to Test Stand A.
    • 09/22/2020 – The second Rear Body Flap installed.
    • 09/22/2020 – Milestone – First fin installed!
    • 09/22/2020 – Moved out of the Mid-Bay into the shipyard.
    • 09/15/2020 – Aero cover installed
    • 09/13/2020 – Rear fins delivered to Mid-Bay.
    • 08/29/2020 – Stacked to the usual “full” level.
    • 08/27/2020 – Stacking thrust section in the Mid-Bay.
    • 08/21/2020 – Thrust section and top section stacked.
    • 08/15/2020 – The thrust section was flipped.
  • SN7.1 – Test Tank
    • 10/04/2020 – Recycled
    • 09/23/2020 – Planned RUD
    • 09/12/2020 – Moved onto Test Stand B launch mount which has a hydraulic thrust simulator to test operational engine stresses.
    • 09/10/2020 – Cryo proof test completed successfully.
    • 09/07/2020 – Transported to Test Stand B area.
    • 08/28/2020 – Test tank fully stacked.
  • SN7 – Test Tank – Planned RUD
  • SN6 – Northeast Shipyard
    • 10/01/2020 – Moved out of High-Bay.
    • 09/19/2020 – Moved into the High-Bay.
    • 09/12/2020 – Moved out of Mid-Bay.
    • 09/03/2020 – 150m hop test successfully completed.
    • 08/26/2020 – Mass simulator installed.
    • 08/23/2020 – Static fire test successfully executed at 7:44 pm CT (0044 UTC).
    • 08/18/2020 – Raptor engine SN29 installed.
    • 08/16/2020 – Ambient and cryo tests completed successfully.
  • SN5 – Southwest Shipyard
    • 10/01/2020 – Moved out of High-Bay.
    • 09/19/2020 – Moved into the High-Bay.
    • 08/26/2020 – Moved out of the Mid-Bay to make room for SN8 stacking.
    • 08/04/2020 – Milestone – 150m hop test successfully completed.
  • SN4 – RUD
  • SN3 – RUD
  • SN2 – Test Tank – Shipyard
  • SN1 – RUD
  • MK2 – Scrapped
  • MK1 – Retired – Upper half at Fabrication Tent 1, Lower half RUD
  • Starhopper – Retired – On Display at launchpad gate

RUD = Rapid Unexpected Disassembly