Date: a week ago   Category: Space

The Falcon Heavy rocket put the Saudi satellite to orbit

Elon Musk's company SpaceX carried out the first commercial start of a superheavy missile of Falcon Heavy.
the Falcon Heavy Rocket of the American company SpaceX of Elon Musk started from the spaceport in the State of Florida and successfully put the Saudi Arabsat-6A satellite to orbit, it is said in the statement of the company on Twitter. "Successful expansion of Arabsat-6A in an orbit of geosynchronous transfer – completion of the first commercial mission of Falcon Heavy is confirmed!", – it is noted in the message.

of The Falcons have landed — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) on April 11, 2019
of Liftoff! — SpaceX (@SpaceX) on April 11, 2019. Added to SpaceX that on platforms on Cape Canaveral two amplifiers and the central block of a heavy missile successfully landed.

of SpaceX for the first time started the Crew Dragon
ship to the ISS we Will remind, on April 10 SpaceX transferred the first commercial missile launch of Falcon Heavy as this day the best weather conditions were expected. As a result start took place on April 11. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our channel



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