SpaceX will launch a batch of Starlink satellites on Sunday (July 24) in what will be the program’s fifth launch in July alone, and you can watch everything live.
The company has a clutch of 53 starlink Internet satellites loaded on board Falcon 9 The rocket, which is scheduled to blast off during the instant launch opportunity at 9:38 a.m. EDT (1338 GMT) from the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida, according to company statement (Opens in a new tab).
SpaceX seeks to add files 32 standard launches In 2022 it was set just days before with Starlink launching on Friday (July 22).
SpaceX It will broadcast the launch sequence and attempt to land the first stage aboard the drone ship A Shortfall of Gravitas in the nearby Atlantic Ocean. The feed will be available here on Space.com or directly via SpaceX on YouTube Channel.
SpaceX usually starts coverage about 10 minutes before launch.
The Starlink launch, the fifth in July alone, follows a successful effort From Vandenberg Space Force Base in California on Friday (July 22).
This explosion propelled 46 Starlink satellites into orbit, and the first stage of the rocket landed softly on an unmanned ship in the Pacific Ocean 8.5 minutes after launch. This was the second attempt to launch Starlink Group 3-2 into the next orbit miscarriage Caused by a Falcon 9 rocket at a T-46 seconds on Thursday (July 21).
Another SpaceX Starlink launch From the East Coast happened about a week ago on Sunday (July 17), from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on the road from KSC.
Starlink, SpaceX’s satellite internet service, includes approx 2900 Starlink satellites (Opens in a new tab) fired yet. The Starlink Group 4-25 is being added to previous launches this month from the western and eastern coasts of the United States.
The company is rapidly improving the service. It has regulatory approval to put at least 12,000 Starlink into orbit and is asking an international regulator to fly another 30,000 satellites thereafter.
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