SpaceX’s mission is to launch a package of 60 satellites, once again, put them into orbit and cover more space for the Starlink Internet Project. The idea is to provide a good internet connection from space to remote areas that do not have a connection now or that have a very slow connection, almost no
SpaceX, with Elon Musk on its head, has already entered orbit More than a thousand satellites. The intention is to comply with an Internet network plan that provides high-quality service to areas far from urban centers.
At the moment it is being tested in the US, but it will soon arrive in Europe. The problem is the amount of space waste that is being created little by little. This new launch adds another 60 satellites, so how much will it take to cover several countries? Well, the number is not small … Elon Musk is known to release several more releases to continue completing his project.
Launch today It is SpaceX’s first company in 2021 It will take place from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Initially, this mission was scheduled to take place on January 18th, but due to weather problems they decided to postpone it to today, January 19.
The Falcon 9 will take off from SpaceX with 60 internet satellites from Starlink at 8:30 AM ET, but To see it from Spain, we must be hanging at 14:30. That is, during lunch, instead of watching Netflix and its premieres, we can see how SpaceX reaches space again.
The Falcon 9 launch will be broadcast live through SpaceX’s social networks and from the company’s official YouTube channel.. Below here we leave the official channel, just by pressing Play, the video will start, as long as the broadcast has started.
The funny thing about the Falcon 9 rocket is that it is approaching its tenth visit to spaceHistoric, as Elon Musk and his company defend reusable rockets. Falcon 9 was present in SXM-7, RADARSAT, Crew Dragon and 4 Internet Starlink missions.
What do you expect from this broadcast It is the launch of the missile, then the subsequent separation of the elements, and Deployed 60 satellites And back to base at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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