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Starlink Satellite Mission Successfully Launched From Cape Canaveral


Despite some uncertainty with the weather and a delay in the schedule, the Friday night launch of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites ultimately succeeded.

For the Starlink 10-1 mission, SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station just before 10 p.m. SpaceX owns the Starlink company.

The weather was a concern, with the 45th Weather Squadron giving a 60% chance of favorable liftoff conditions. The launch constraints included rules against anvil clouds, cumulus clouds, and surface electric fields.

This marked the 16th launch of the Falcon 9 booster B1069, which has previously been used for several missions, including CRS-24, Hotbird 13F, SES-18 & 19, OneWeb, and 11 other Starlink missions. After stage separation, the first-stage rocket was expected to land on the droneship Shortfall of Gravitas in the Atlantic Ocean.

The mission included the deployment of 22 Starlink satellites to join the thousands already in low-Earth orbit. Dr. Jonathan McDowell from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics has been tracking Starlink satellites. Before this launch, he recorded 6,118 Starlink satellites in orbit, with 5,232 in operational orbit.

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