Rockets of Today

This is a resource for learning about the human race’s current capabilities for spaceflight. There’s a page for every active spacecraft or space station, and for every rocket capable of reaching orbit. There is also coverage for a lot of forthcoming space hardware. See the Introduction and Stats & Specs pages for further explanation. It was formerly titled “Commercial Rockets”.

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Before beginning the index proper, here are quick links to some of the most important and interesting new rockets and spacecraft. (Note — the filters selected above do not hide or disable links on this page; they only cause them to be displayed as strikethrough text.)

Below is a full alphabetical index of the rocket and spacecraft names discussed on this site, plus the names of some of the companies making them. Some which are not to the point of having their own articles are mentioned only in passing within other articles, but still have links here. Those links are in parentheses. Retired historical rockets are generally not listed. In some cases where a rocket is not definitely named, only the name of the company is listed. We start with names as written in the Roman alphabet, including alternate spellings of names from other writing systems:

Here are the rockets and spacecraft whose correct names use the Cyrillic alphabet:

Now Chinese ideographic names, which I will sort in pinyin order because I have no way of getting stroke order correct:

Finally, the occasional names from other alphabets: