SpaceX has introduced several successful Starlings over the past year. Now, space is preparing to complete another milestone double launch event, which will expand its planet to greater space. As part of the upcoming mission, SpaceX will launch another 60 satellites into orbit. Now, let’s take a look at the upcoming release schedule and details of the live broadcast.
SpaceX’s latest launch site will launch two Falcon 9 rockets in a row. This is the first time that Elon Musk’s private airline has launched two flights in a short period of time. The release was originally scheduled for January 30; However, it had to be postponed for a few days due to bad weather.
SpaceX Release Time
P1059 will be the first booster on stage, scheduled to take off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Thursday, February 1 at 1:19 am (06:19 GMT). The Booster P1059 already has four aircraft, but this is the second time it has carried the Starling Palo. More than 24 hours after the first flight took off, the extended P1049 will take off from NASA’s Pad 39AV on an EDT (10:14 GMT) flight at 5:45 a.m. Friday at the Kennedy Space Center. This marks the eighth largest B1049 aircraft.
SpaceX begins to broadcast live
SpaceX will be airing the upcoming launch on its YouTube channel and official website. Alternatively, if people want to watch the action live they can play the video included below. You should note that the live broadcast will start 15 minutes before its scheduled date.
Upcoming launch missions will see the launch of the 18th and 19th Starling rockets for SpaceX. The fourth and fifth launches of SpaceX will take place in 2021. The company has also announced plans to further accelerate the release of Starling in the future.
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