SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Achieving those high goals depends on 60 satellites . Now he should wait at least another 24 hours.
The Starlink mission is set to deliver the first 60 internet satellites in orbit Thursday, after the upper air level delayed the original launch set for Wednesday night. The successful launch of Starlink will deliver the way for a megaconstellation that will eventually contain more than 1
The launch of the snow i window is scheduled to open at 7:30 am. PT and close to 9 p.m. PT on May 16.
As for the SpaceX course today, the company will try to find Falcon 9 followers on a dronehip known as "Of Course I Still Love You," floating in the Atlantic Ocean. Around an hour on the mission, satellites will be built.
If you are the kind of person who loves a spaceship and wants to watch, SpaceX will provide a live stream Thursday on the webcast homepage. SpaceX usually begins streaming around 15 minutes before launch (7:15 pm PT, in this case).
The first 60 satellites will be at an altitude of approximately 270 miles (440 kilometers) above Earth, if all Run smoothly, and then slowly lean themselves into an orbit 340 miles (550 kilometers).
This will be the third time that the particular Falcon 9 booster has climbed space, according to SpaceX, with two previous flights coming in September 2018 and January 2019.
Musk tries the anticipated events at first, historical deployment of satellites, which says "many are likely to go wrong" and the first 60 satellites are a test, giving a demonstration of the future of Starlink's ability. Six launches are required before any "minor" coverage is offered.
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Updated 5:45 p.m. PT: SpaceX claims that weather conditions are desirable.
Updated 7:50 p.m. PT: SpaceX has a scrubbed launch today.