SpaceX Pulls Off Another...You Already Know

Issue 62

03.15.21 - SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket recently which was carrying 60 Starlink satellites into orbit. At 6 am in Florida this past Sunday, the rocket took off from took off from a launch pad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The first stage booster that is supporting this mission has completed eight prior flights previous to this mission.


"Falcon 9's first stage has landed on the Of Course I Still Love You drone ship, completing the ninth flight of that booster." SpaceX stated in a tweet.

The rocket in question stands at 229 feet tall, according to information provided by SpaceX during the laucnh. SpaceX has described it as the, "first orbital class rocket capable of re-flight."

Starlink, on the other hand, is a satellite-based internet constellation that intends to cover the globe in high-speed broadband, and they are frequently described as the solution to bring connectivity to the billions of individuals around the world that still don’t have access to reliable internet connections. The 60 Starlink satellites attached were deployed roughly an hour after the rocket was launched from Florida.

SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket recently which was carrying 60 Starlink satellites into orbit. At 6 am in Florida this past Sunday, the rocket took off from took off from a launch pad at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The first stage booster that is supporting this mission has completed eight prior flights previous to this mission.

"Falcon 9's first stage has landed on the Of Course I Still Love You drone ship, completing the ninth flight of that booster." SpaceX stated in a tweet.

The rocket in question stands at 229 feet tall, according to information provided by SpaceX during the laucnh. SpaceX has described it as the, "first orbital class rocket capable of re-flight."

Starlink, on the other hand, is a satellite-based internet constellation that intends to cover the globe in high-speed broadband, and they are frequently described as the solution to bring connectivity to the billions of individuals around the world that still don’t have access to reliable internet connections. The 60 Starlink satellites attached were deployed roughly an hour after the rocket was launched from Florida.

Source: Bloomberg