KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. – SpaceX successfully launched another round of Starlink satellites on its Falcon 9 rocket Tuesday evening from the Kennedy Space Center.
The rocket launched at 10:14 p.m. Tuesday from Launch Pad 39A. A backup opportunity was also made available for Wednesday at 6:36 p.m.
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Originally scheduled for a 6:57 p.m. launch time, SpaceX announced that the launch would be delayed due to upper-level winds.
SpaceX is continuing to grow its constellation of mini-satellites to provide internet services around the planet.
The first stage booster of the rocket is expected to land on a droneship out in the Atlantic Ocean.
The 45th Weather Squadron said weather was 70% go for launch that day, with concerns about cumulus clouds.
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