SpaceX launches the Falcon 9 rocket that carries Starlink satellites

SpaceX said on Twitter that the Falcon 9 took off from Launch Pad 39 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at around 6 a.m.

The Mission’s support first phase completed eight flights prior to this launch.

“The first stage of the Falcon 9 landed on the drone of course I still love you, to complete the ninth flight of this boost,” SpaceX chirp.
The Falcon 9 is a two-stage missile at a height of 70 meters or 229 feet, according to information that was provided during the launch broadcast. it’s a Described By SpaceX as “the first orbital-class rocket capable of re-lighting.”

60 Starlink satellites were deployed about an hour after the launch.

Starlink is a file Satellite based internet constellation It aims to cover the planet with high-speed broadband, and is often promoted as a way to connect the billions of people who still lack reliable access to the Internet.

The idea would require swarms of satellites operating in low Earth orbit – roughly 340 miles high, in SpaceX’s case – to provide continuous coverage.

Around 1,000 Starlink satellites Published, SpaceX plans to develop Starlink to include more than 40,000 satellites. This five times The total number of satellites launched by humans since the dawn of spaceflight.
SpaceX now has approx The third For all active satellites in space.

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