WATCH IT AGAIN:SpaceX successfully launches a batch of Starlink satellites from Florida’s Space Coast

Falcon 9 to lift off from Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX on Sunday launched yet another batch of Starlink internet satellites into orbit from Florida’s Space Coast.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX on Sunday launched yet another batch of Starlink internet satellites into orbit from Florida’s Space Coast.

The launch of the Falcon 9 rockethad an instantaneous launch window of 9:38 a.m. at Launchpad 39A at Kennedy Space Center.

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Forecasters gave the launch an 80% chance of “go” conditions for launch, with rain-producing clouds the main concern.

SpaceX landed it’s 230-foot tall Falcon 9 first-stage rocket booster on a drone ship, A Shortfall of Gravitas, stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Starlink internet service is available across a swath of North America, Europe and Australia, according to SpaceX.

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