SpaceX launched a constellation of Starlink satellites on Sunday (July 24), making it the company’s fifth launch in July and its 33rd launch in 2022.
To better the global internet constellation, the company has broken its record by continuing to deploy satellites from the government as well as its massive network of Starlink satellites.
Tracking cam footage from today’s Falcon 9 launch of Starlink pic.twitter.com/771gLqbm9t
— SpaceX (@SpaceX) July 22, 2022
Falcon-9 rocket flying over the Moon during the daytime has become a viral sensation on social media after the company’s most recent launch.
The video was shot during the July 22 rocket launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, which carried 46 Starlink satellites.
As SpaceX continues to work toward its goal of launching 52 satellites into orbit by the end of the year, which would more than double the company’s annual launch rate.
it will use the reusable Falcon 9, which the company claims can be reused up to 15 times. We congratulate SpaceX on breaking a new record for the number of launches!
After the mission, SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk tweeted.
SpaceX is making an effort to improve response times.
At least 12,000 Starlink satellites will be launched, and an additional 30,000 will be requested by an international regulator, according to space.com.If you read more latest news like these posts so you can visit our website TheActiveNews.Com.