1953 in spaceflight

1953 in spaceflight

|10 February, 21:09 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-35, White Sands
|NRL
|NRL
|Sub-orbital
|Mass spectrometry
|10 February 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: , LP-5, AO-11
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Ionosphere research ||24 July 1953
|Failure
|Apogee: , LP-8, AO-11
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Ionosphere research ||6 August 1953
|Failure
|Apogee: , LP-23, AO-11
|NRL
|NRL
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|9 August 1953
|Failure
|Apogee: , LP-12, AO-11
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Ionosphere research ||30 August 1953
|Failure
|Apogee:
-
|3 September, 11:51 GMT
|Deacon
|, LP-16, AO-11
|US Navy
|US Navy
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Ionosphere research ||3 September 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|5 September, 05:36 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-35, White Sands
|US Air Force
|GRENADES
|US Air Force
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|5 September 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|114|km|mi
-
|15 September, 15:02 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-A, Holloman AFB
|ARDC
|Airglow-5
|ARDC
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy
|15 September 1953
|Failure
|Apogee: convert|32|km|mi
-
|7 October, 17:00 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-A, Holloman AFB
|ARDC
|ARDC
|Sub-orbital
|Solar research
|7 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|10 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|10 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|16 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|16 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|17 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|17 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|19 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|19 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|20 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|20 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|26 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|26 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|27 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|27 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|28 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|28 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|28 October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|28 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|30 October
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|30 October 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|October
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|2 November, 18:32 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-A, Holloman AFB
|ARDC
|ARDC
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|2 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|120|km|mi
-
|3 November, 18:15 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-A, Holloman AFB
|ARDC
|ARDC
|Sub-orbital
|Ionosphere research
|3 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|121|km|mi
-
|12 November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|12 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|15 November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|15 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|15 November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|15 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|19 November, 22:40 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-35, White Sands
|NRL
|NRL
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Solar research
|19 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|112|km|mi
-
|24 November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|24 November 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|November
|R-1
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Operational test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|100|km|mi
-
|November
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|November
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|November
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|November
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|1 December, 15:30 GMT
|Aerobee
|LC-35, White Sands
|NRL
|NRL
|Sub-orbital
|Aeronomy/Solar research
|1 December 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|129|km|mi
-
|9 December
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|9 December 1953
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-
|December
|R-5
|Kapustin Yar
|OKB-1
|OKB-1
|Sub-orbital
|Test flight
|Within an hour of launch
|Successful
|Apogee: convert|300|km|mi
-

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