Boosters

Most boosters used in Crewed Space Flight were expendable and therefore no longer exist. This list consists of leftover hardware or full-scale simulations. In some cases, actual excess missiles were “dressed-up” to play the part of a historic vehicle. Starting with the Space Shuttle, portions of the boosters became reusable and those artifacts are often flown.

Little Joe| Redstone| Atlas| Titan II Little Joe II| Saturn| Space Shuttle| Falcon 9| New Shepard| SLS| Aircraft launchers

Little Joe

Program Vehicle Location
Mercury Little Joe Air Power Park and Museum
Hampton, Virginia
Mercury Little Joe Wallops Flight Facility Visitors Center
Wallops Island, Virginia

Redstone

Program Vehicle Location
Mercury Redstone Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Hutchinson, Kansas
Mercury Redstone Kennedy Space Center
Florida
Mercury Redstone Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
Mercury Redstone Hall of Legends, Kennedy Space Complex
Florida
Mercury Redstone Air Zoo
Portage, Michigan
Mercury Redstone North Carolina Museum of Life and Sciences
Durham, North Carolina
Mercury Redstone Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas
Mercury Redstone Parque de las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Mercury Redstone Cape Canaveral Space Force Museum
Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida
Mercury Redstone US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Mercury Redstone McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center
Concord, New Hampshire
Mercury Redstone Warren, New Hampshire
Mercury Redstone Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville, Alabama

Atlas

Program Vehicle Location
Mercury Atlas Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
Mercury Atlas National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio
Mercury Atlas New York Hall of Science
Corona Park, New York
Mercury Atlas Parque de las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré
Bayamón, Puerto Rico

Titan II

Program Vehicle Location
Gemini Titan II Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
Gemini Titan II Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center
Hutchinson, Kansas
Gemini Titan II New York Hall of Science
Corona Park, New York
Gemini Titan II Parque de las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré
Bayamon, Puerto Rico
- Titan II Stafford Air & Space Center
Weatherford, Oklahoma

Little Joe II

Program Vehicle Location
Apollo Little Joe II New Mexico Museum of Space History
Alamogordo, New Mexico
Apollo Little Joe II Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas

Saturn

Program Vehicle Location
Apollo Saturn I US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Apollo Saturn I Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Apollo Saturn IB Alabama Welcome Center
I-65 South, near TN-AL line
Apollo Saturn IB Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
Skylab Saturn IB US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Apollo Saturn V Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
Apollo Saturn V Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas
Apollo Saturn V US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Apollo Saturn V US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
Apollo Saturn V SI-C Infinity Space Center
Pearlington, Mississippi
Apollo Saturn V Parque de las Ciencias Luis A. Ferré
Bayamón, Puerto Rico

Space Shuttle

Program Vehicle Location
STS SRB (set) Kennedy Space Complex Visitors Center
Merritt Island, Florida
STS SRB Thiokol Missile Systems
Promontory, Utah
STS SRB (set) US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
STS SRB Marshall Space Flight Center
Huntsville, Alabama
STS SRB Pima Air Museum
Tuscon, Arizona
STS SRB March Field Air Museum
Riverside, California
STS SRB California Science Center
Los Angeles, California
STS ET-94 California Science Center
Los Angeles, California
STS MPTA-ET US Space & Rocket Center
Huntsville, Alabama
STS ET KSC Visitors Center, Kennedy Space Complex
Florida
STS ET Green Cove Springs, Florida

Falcon 9

Program Vehicle Location
- B1019 SpaceX Headquarters
Hawthorne, California
- B1021 DISH Network Corporation headquarters
Littleton, Colorado
- B1023 Kennedy Space Center
Florida
- B1035 Johnson Space Center
Houston, Texas
Commercial Crew B1051 Expended
Commercial Crew B1058 Lost after landing
Commercial Crew B1061 Active
Private B1062 Active
Commercial Crew B1067 Active
Commercial Crew B1077 Active
Commercial Crew B1078 Active
Commercial Crew B1080 Active
Commercial Crew B1081 Active
Commercial Crew B1083 Active

New Shepard

Program Vehicle Location
- New Shepard 1 Destroyed - April 29, 2015
- New Shepard 2 Retired
- New Shepard 3 Destroyed - September 12, 2022
- New Shepard 4 Active

Space Launch System (SLS)

Program Vehicle Location
Artemis Artemis 1 Launched - November 16, 2022

Aircraft launchers

Program Vehicle Location
X-15 B-52 0008 Armstrong Flight Research Center
Edwards Air Force Base, California
X-15 B-52 0003 Pima Air Museum
Tucson, Arizona
SpaceShipOne N318SL WhiteKnightOne Everett, Washington
SpaceShipTwo N348MS WhiteKnightTwo (VMS Eve) Spaceport America