SpaceX Successfully Launches 23 Starlink Satellites into Orbit

SpaceX has delivered 23 satellites into orbit for the Starlink system, enhancing global internet coverage

Falcon 9
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The space company SpaceX successfully carried out the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket, which delivered 23 mini-satellites into orbit for the Starlink system, intended to provide global internet coverage.

The launch took place from the Vandenberg base in California, USA, in the early local time of the day.

These satellites will become part of the orbital grouping, increasing the total number of Starlink satellites in space to more than 5,500, of which more than 5,100 are operational.

This launch is the 129th for the Starlink project since May 2019 and the 60th this year.

An important feature of the mission is the use of a reusable first stage of the rocket, which is going to space for the 13th time.

After completing its task, this stage is to return to Earth, making a controlled landing on the floating drone platform Of Course I Still Love You in the Pacific Ocean.


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