SpaceX reported that it launched its Falcon 9 rocket successfully on Sunday, sending 23 Starlink satellites into low orbit.

At Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Space Launch Complex 40 conducted the liftoff at 8:10 p.m.

Starlink launches were billed as a “doubleheader” by SpaceX.

The business launched a second Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California with 22 Starlinks less than five hours after the first one from Florida.

According to SpaceX, the satellites can offer broadband internet access to places practically anywhere in the world.

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Update: SpaceX announced that it will now attempt to launch its Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday at 7:21 p.m.

Original narrative:

SpaceX intends to launch a Falcon 9 rocket on Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center.

Launch Complex 39A will send 23 Starlink satellites into low-Earth orbit on this rocket.

The scheduled time of liftoff is 6:15 p.m.

The first-stage booster will land in the Atlantic Ocean on the drone ship A Shortfall of Gravitas following stage separation.

This is the booster’s eighteenth flight. The Inspiration4, OneWeb Launch 17, and 10 Starlink missions were also supported by it.

Through its satellite formations, Starlink offers users all over the world improved telecommunication and high-speed internet access.

There will be backup options starting at 9:55 p.m., which includes Monday, January 29, beginning at 5:39 p.m.

Topics #Falcon 9 #Kennedy Space Center #rocket #SpaceX #Starlink