SpaceX is finally up there in orbit and safely landed its Falcon 9 rocket and 10 Iridium NEXT satellites.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket is ready to dispatch 10 satellites for the Iridium firm Iridium, will be launched from California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base scheduled for 12:54 p.m. EST (1754 GMT; 9:54 a.m. domestic California time). The firm agent have said further more that “You can watch the live at Space.com, graciousness of SpaceX. This satellite will supplant the star grouping of 66 rocket that Iridium presently works in low-Earth circle”.
Here you can also see the launch right-away here via SpaceX at http://www.spacex.com/webcast or
The Sept. 1 blast, which happened in the event of pre-launch trial of a Falcon 9, demolished the rocket and the $200 million Amos-6 network satellites. SpaceX representatives followed the reason for the catastrophe to the breakdown of a high-weight helium tank inside the Falcon 9’s upper stage.
SpaceX reported not long ago that they have immersed it’s accident examination. The Federal Aviation Administration has acknowledged the consequences of the request and has conceded SpaceX a dispatch permit that covers the seven liftoffs required to hang the 70 Iridium-NEXT satellites from Vandenberg.
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