Date: 6 months ago   Category: Space

SpaceX launched 64 satellites for time


At start used a mid-flight step from one of the previous starts. It did not begin to be tinted even. In the USA on Monday, December 3, launched the Falcon 9 missile of the SpaceX company with twice used mid-flight step which will put to orbit 64 satellites at once. Start happened in California at 20:35 on the Kiev time. Falcon 9 will put to solar-synchronous polar orbits at the height about 575 km above the ground 64 satellites. The mid-flight step was successfully returned again - but not on the platform near starting (because she is already busy with the Delta IV Heavy rocket), and on pilotless floating platform Just Read The Instructions in the Pacific Ocean. The mission carries the name Spaceflight SSO-A: SmallSat Express. Ignition happened precisely at 20:34 on the launch pad of SLC-4E of Vandenberg U.S. Air Force air base in the State of California. Earlier SpaceX started Falcon 9 with the Qatar satellite. And in October by means of the Falcon 9 rocket the Argentina SAOCOM-1A spy satellite was put to orbit. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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