CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. ̵
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A third booster will try to land on the spacecraft SpaceX, located in the Atlantic Ocean. during the first launch of Falcon Heavy for its demonstration mission in February 2018.
This launch marks the first commercial launch for Falcon Heavy when they send satellite satellites in Saudi Arabia, Arabsat-6A, into orbit.
was postponed to Wednesday after being installed on Tuesday. Storm, most likely, will not affect the launch on Wednesday with 80 percent weather for launch, according to SpaceX.
SpaceX said that at the same time a 57-minute launch window opens at 18:35
"It's 50 to 60 tons per orbit at a fixed price of $ 90 million. This is a real switch, "said Dale Ketch of Florida Space. The first one was for the show, the classic Elon, we are going to put red Tesla in orbit around Mars. But that was for the show.
"Now that everyone knows how stunning this is, the most powerful missile in the world, and the double boosters return north of the port, I think it's happening
The staff of the Titusville police are preparing for a large number of pedestrian traffic and heavy overloads, especially around public roads 406 and US 1.
There will be additional details on security and traffic control – said the police.
The same applies to the Canaveral Port, where parking is prohibited on the state highway 401 or the state road 528.
Today it was possible to hear #SonicBooms ! @SpaceX launches its rocket #FalconHeavy with a satellite from Saudi Arabia to Cape Canaveral. @NASAKennedy #SpaceX https://t.co/1SAfHHmIwA pic.twitter.com/mCaTaHPIYl
– Irene Sans (@IreneSans) April 10, 2019 19659021]
The weather looks good for launching Falcon Heavy later.
80% favorable conditions. The main concern will be the heaps of clouds from isolated rain, developing in the afternoon. pic.twitter.com/kqTXxsoW53
– Rusty McCranie (@RMcCranieWFTV) April 10, 2019
SpaceX will attempt to land Falcon Heavy lateral accelerators on ground zones 1 and 2 and the central core of Falcon Heavy Usually I still love you drops during the Arabsat-6A mission → https://t.co/gtC39uBC7z pic.twitter.com/0vHnyYt0nN
– SpaceX (@SpaceX) April 8, 2019
*** Launch the alert for the transfer *** Space X Falcon Heavy
moved on Wednesday, April 10, 2019. 36 PM. pic.twitter.com/CG4h8NUYxr
– Titusville Police FL (@TitusvillePD) April 8, 2019
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