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SpaceX Delays Launch of 22 Starlink Satellites to Friday from Vandenberg Space Force Base?


In early March, SpaceX hopes to increase with 22 StarLink satellites from California. For no apparent reason, the agency decided to cancel Wednesday evening’s launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base. The launch of the Star Link 7-18 program will take place on Friday, April 29 at 7:30 p.m. PT (10:30 p.m. ET, 0230 UTC).
Spaceflight Now will stream the mission live, starting approximately 30 minutes before liftoff. This is the 15th day to celebrate the first stage in SpaceX’s vehicle that supports this project, the heart of B1071. He initially carried out two Rideshare Satellite Transporter Rideshare missions, two National Research Agency missions and NASA’s oceanographic SWOT survey, among others.

After taking off from Space Launch Complex 4 East (SLC-4E), SpaceX drone B1071 landed to fly, “Yes, I still love you,” in less than eight minutes. This is the 87th time OCISLY has landed and 289 jobs to date. SpaceX will launch its Starlink satellite about an hour after taking off from the Golden State. The mission will fly StarLink every 20 days in 2024, allowing SpaceX to expand its fleet of more than 6,100 StarLinks launched to date.

There are currently 5,680 Star Link satellites in orbit, according to astronomer and enthusiast Jonathan McDowell.

Rocket launch scheduled from Vandenberg Space Force Base Thursday evening?

Vandenberg Space Force Base, California. – SpaceX has launched a rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base now on Wednesday, May 28 at 8:32 p.m. Savings until 11:24 pm A new order was issued from 7.30pm on Friday 29th March. The launch webcast will begin five minutes before SpaceX X (formerly Twitter). On Wednesday, 22 Starlink satellites will be launched from Space Launch Complex 4 East into low Earth orbit. After its first takeoff, the Falcon 9 booster returned to the spaceship I Still Love You, waiting in the Pacific Ocean.



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