KANCEDY SPACE CENTER, Florida. – Our space coast will start this Sunday morning. SpaceX Falcon 9 should explode on Starlink’s latest mission.
The weather is 70 percent favorable for departure at 8:25 am.
What you need to know
- SpaceX Falcon 9 is scheduled to launch at 8:25 a.m. Sunday
- SpaceX sends 60 Starlink Internet satellites
- More than 700 satellites are already in space – installed to provide international Internet services
- More space news
The Falcon 9 will launch from Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center, sending another tour of 60 Starlink satellites.
The satellites will add to the more than 700 already available in space the formation of a large orbital broadband network to provide Internet services in underserved areas of the globe.
Eventually, about 12,000 will round the constellation.
Less than ten minutes after launch, the first-stage Falcon 9 amplifier is expected to return and land on the SpaceX drone “Of course I still love you” in the Atlantic.
This is the 6th launch and landing of this amplifier.