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23.01.2021

SpaceX to launch dozens of satellites on Transporter-1 flight Sunday

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX is preparing one of its veteran rockets to launch 143 satellites into space on Saturday (Jan. 23). You can watch the fiery action live online. 

A two-stage Falcon 9 rocket flight is scheduled to take off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station here in Florida. Liftoff is expected during a one-hour window that opens at 9:40 a.m. EST (1440 GMT). 

Perched atop the 230-foot-tall (70 meters) launcher will be dozens of satellites as part of a dedicated rideshare mission. This cosmic carpool, known as Transporter-1, will also be ferrying 10 of the company's own Starlink satellitesinto space and depositing them in a polar orbit — a first for the growing network of broadband satellites. Other payloads include 48 Earth-observing SuperDove satellites for Planet and one small nanosatellite called "Charlie" for Aurora Insight.

 

You'll be able to watch the launch action live here and on the Space.com homepage, courtesy of SpaceX, or you can watch directly from SpaceX hereabout 15 minutes before liftoff.

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SpaceX delays launch of 143 satellites on a single rocket due to bad weather

Liftoff is now targeted for Sunday, Jan. 24.

It was an anticlimactic launch day at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida this morning (Jan. 23), where SpaceX was due to launch a record 143 satellites on a single Falcon 9 rocket.

 

The company was targeting a 9:40 a.m. EST (1440 GMT) launch for the Transporter-1 mission, but scrubbed a little over six minutes before scheduled blast-off due to poor weather conditions. SpaceX will attempt the launch again on Sunday (Jan. 24) at 10 a.m. EST (1500 GMT) from Space Launch Complex 40.

 

You can watch the launch live here and on the Space.com homepage, courtesy of SpaceX, or you can watch directly from SpaceX here about 15 minutes before liftoff.

Quelle: SC

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Update: 24.01.2021

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Start von SpaceX Falcon9 mit Transporter-1 Mission

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Quelle: SpaceX

 

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