The company is targeting a launch on February 1 to deliver another payload of Starlink satellites — a delay from the initially planned launch Sunday morning.
While SpaceX continues to send satellites into orbit, NASA and SpaceX jointly announced that they will target another launch on April 20 of a crew rotation mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
Scheduled to take off Monday at 6:41 a.m. from the Kennedy Space Center’s 39A launch pad, According to FOX 35 Orlando.
The mission will see an additional 60 satellites added to the network, after the 10 satellites It was launched on January 24th.
On Saturday, a test launch of the Falcon 9 missile, which will transfer the new satellites into orbit. A static test launch is required before any launch, According to Click Orlando.
The Starlink satellites are part of an ongoing mission to create a large-scale space-based network that will be available all over the world.
SpaceX is set to test launch a stainless-steel Starship SN9 prototype, but the company has failed to get proper FAA approval, It is reported by Space.com.
SpaceX continues to follow a strict schedule under the guidance of the company’s founder and CEO, Elon Musk.