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SpaceX launches a radio broadcasting satellite

SpaceX launches a radio broadcasting satellite

US space company SpaceX successfully launched a digital radio broadcasting satellite on Sunday, Florida Today reported.

SpaceX’s Falcon-9 launch vehicle took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 06:26 a.m. Belgian time. The mission actually had its first success when it descended the first stairs on the drone ship Just Read The Instructions after a safe return. It was already the fourth flight of those stairs; Reusing missile parts reduces launch costs.

geostationary orbit

About 33 minutes after takeoff, the payload was successfully launched from the second stage of the rocket: Sirius XMM’s SXM-8, which is broadcast via satellite and radio over the Internet. The satellite, built by Maxar in California, will remain in operation for 15 years, from a geostationary orbit that it is now trying to achieve with its own power. This was the 18th Falcon-9 launch this year in Cape Canaveral.

SpaceX has already launched more launchers in six months than in all of 2019, including nine in 44 days. Scores will be added this year. Since the Falcon-9 was introduced in 2010, the launch vehicle has successfully flown 120 times, according to Florida Today.

SpaceX’s Falcon-9 launch vehicle took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 06:26 a.m. Belgian time. The mission actually had its first success when it descended the first stairs on the drone ship Just Read The Instructions after a safe return. It was already the fourth flight of those stairs; Reusing missile parts reduces launch costs. And about 33 minutes after takeoff, the payload was successfully launched from the second stage of the rocket: Sirius XMM’s SXM-8, which is broadcast via satellite and radio over the Internet. The satellite, built by Maxar in California, will remain in operation for 15 years, from a geostationary orbit that it is now trying to achieve with its own power. This was the 18th launch of the Falcon 9 rocket this year at Cape Canaveral, and SpaceX has launched more launchers in six months than in all of 2019, including nine in 44 days. Scores will be added this year. Since the Falcon-9 was introduced in 2010, the launch vehicle has successfully flown 120 times, according to Florida Today.

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