SpaceX Falcon Heavy Going To Launch On January 15. SpaceX will now launch spacecraft as part of the USSF-67 mission on Sunday. Including the Space Force Continuous Broadcast Augmenting SATCOM satellite.
SpaceX extended the date for today. As this mission was supposed to launch on Saturday.
The new launch window will going to open at 5:56 p.m. ET. Weather forecasters for Space Force Launch predict an 80 to 90% chance of good conditions for liftoff Saturday evening. On Friday, a front passed through central Florida, bringing cooler, dryer air with it.
Weather conditions are expected to be ideal for SpaceX’s next launch at Kennedy Space Center, a three-core Falcon Heavy mission with simultaneous booster landings as the sun sets over the Saturday evening sky.
SpaceX Falcon Heavy Will Land On Cape Canaveral Space Force Station
This year, SpaceX Falcon Heavy is expected to fly a number of missions. More Space Force missions as well as private satellite communications firms like California-based ViaSat are planned.
The core stage will be expanded, and the two side boosters of the Falcon Heavy will land on Cape Canaveral Space Force Station’s landing zones 1 and 2. You will be able to watch the boosters return to the landing zones during this double landing, as shown in the video below, and then hear two sonic booms as they re-enter the atmosphere.
According to NASA Spaceflight, the Continuous Broadcast Augmenting SATCOM 2 (CBAS-2) satellite and the Long Duration Propulsive ESPA – 3A (LDPE-3A) platform are the two payloads for the U.S. The payloads are is not disclosed much by SpaceX.
Space Forces are being launched into geostationary orbit. Moreover, the former is a satellite used for military communications, but little bit is known about it. The latter carries prototype and experimental payloads. For more updates like this, visit our official page at All In One Trendz!