Yesterday’s launch attempt had to be aborted (due to weather I believe), so they’re going to try again in 45 minutes. The new launch time is 12:29 EST, 9:29 PST, and 17:29 UTC. You can catch the YouTube Livestream below.
UPDATE: the launch has been postponed until tomorrow SpaceX will live broadcast the rocket launch, which starts at 12:51 PM EST, 9:51 AM PST, or 17:51 GMT. If you want to tune in, you can catch it on YouTube: Note: The featured image shows a payload of Starlink satellites, not a Dragon vehicle, loaded onto […]
According to the website for SpaceX’s Starlink satellite-based broadband internet network, SpaceX is targeting a launch is the US & Canada as Early as 2020. Soon after the North American service goes online, SpaceX will “rapidly expand” to “near global coverage of the populated world by 2021”. Sounds great, but make sure to adjust for […]
Here’s the full interview:
SpaceX has announced that their team is go for the launch of the next 60 Starlink satellites tomorrow. The Starlink satellite network is designed to provide high speed broadband internet to every corner of the Earth. The system requires a large complex antenna, so this is more something you would access with a satellite dish […]