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Falcon 9 Starlink Satellite ready for liftoff by SpaceX

SpaceX will launch its next fleet of Starlink Satellite into orbit for the company’s broadband mega constellation Wednesday. The California-based company will lift 60 Starlink Satellite on its workhorse Falcon 9 rockets from Space Launch complex 40. The complex decided to launch the satellites is situated at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station and will loft the satellites at 4:28 am EDT.

Wednesday’s flight, the Starlink 22 mission is the fourth Starlink mission this month and overall 23rd mission for the burgeoning internet service. SpaceX’s vision to provide high-speed internet services across the world through its Starlink Stellite constellation. The user interface will be accessible only through a small terminal to connect them to the ever-growing network in a split second.

SpaceX Starlink Satellite will create an empowering network that will be accessible throughout the world. Until now, SpaceX has launched more than 1,300 internet-beaming satellites into orbit in an effort to fulfill its initial constellation goal of 1,440 spacecraft.

The pre-dawn launch of the satellites will gaze from much of the east coasts of the United States during the early phases of the flight. After stage separation, B1060-6 will attempt to land on the autonomous spaceport drone ship, Of Course, I Still Love You stationed 633 kilometers downrange in the Atlantic Ocean.

The new addition to the SpaceX recovery fleet, Shelia Bordelon will be positioned further downgrade to attempt recovery of both fairing halves following the splashdown. The weather outlook looks amazing for Wednesday’s flight morning liftoff as the forecasters predict a 90% chance of favorable conditions to launch the satellites into orbit. Despite the favorable conditions, a significant issue of cumulus clouds will still bolster the impact of the launch.

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