SpaceX 60 launches Starling satellites on 10th lift lift (and landing) of reusable rocket

Cape Canaveral, fl. – A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket 60 launched Starling Internet satellites entered orbit early Sunday morning (May 9) and then landed at sea to record the 10th flight for the company’s reuse booster.

Senior Falcon 9 Rocket At 6:42 a.m. at the Cape Canaveral Space Base in Florida, the thunder (0642 GMT) space launch complex exploded at dawn from 40, marking the company’s 14th launch. This is one of the record books as the aircraft was the 10th launch and landing attempt of this particular booster. The once beautiful exterior of the rocket was almost black, the orbit and rear burned by several missions.

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