Rocket launches are expected to ramp up as we end the year on the Space Coast.
SpaceX, Orbital and United Launch Alliance are all planning missions to end 2015 with a bang.
United Launch Alliance is preparing its Atlas V rocket for its next launch on October 30 from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
The company will deliver the 11th in a series of 12 GPS satellites for the US Air Force.
This year alone, ULA has already launched two GPS satellites, including back in July.
Meanwhile, the company's final launch from Florida this year will be historic.
The service module of Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft arrived at Kennedy Space Center last week.
Cygnus will be loaded with 7,700 pounds of food and supplies for astronauts at the International Space Station.
It will launch on ULA's Atlas V rocket on December 3.
It's the first time the spacecraft will launch on an Atlas V and the first time launching from Florida.
The last Orbital mission, a year ago, ended in disaster when an Antares rocket exploded just after liftoff from Virgina.
Orbital isn't the only company banking on a return to flight from Florida.
SpaceX also plans to fly its Falcon 9 rocket again, after it exploded after the launch of NASA cargo from Cape Canaveral back in June.
A faulty strut was to blame.
The company plans to deliver 11 satellites from Orbcomm to space in 6 to 8 weeks.
And aggressive as they are, SpaceX engineers plan another launch, an SES communications satellite, by the end of 2015.