SpaceX Falcon Heavy’s Lunch ViaSat-3 Americas

SpaceX has rescheduled the launch of its sixth Falcon Heavy mission to Friday, April 28, at 8:26 p.m. EDT. The rocket will carry satellites for ViaSat, Astranis, and Gravity Space. The launch was supposed to happen earlier but was delayed due to bad weather at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The rocket is now set to take off at 7:29 pm ET (2329 GMT).

SpaceX Falcon Heavy's Lunch ViaSat-3 Americas

T-2 hours until Falcon Heavy’s launch of ” ViaSat-3 America’s mission” weather forecast is 50% favorable at the opening of the window and improves to 70% toward the end.

By Elon Musk and SpaceX a lot of Tweets

Tweet No. 1: Falcon Heavy Green For Lunch!

Tweet 2: First fully integrated Starship lifting off for the first time!

Tweet 3: New T-0 of 8:26 p.m. ET; weather is now 70% favorable for liftoff

Tweet 4: The team is resetting the clock, which is now counting down to 6:12 p.m. ET for liftoff

Watch the live Video of ” SpaceX – SES O3b mPOWER Mission” which is

SpaceX cancelled the rocket launch because the weather was bad. They will try again tomorrow. The Falcon Heavy rocket will take off on Friday from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, and it will carry three satellites to a faraway orbit. You can watch the event live.

SpaceX is targeting Friday, April 28 for a Falcon 9 launch of the SES O3b mPOWER mission to medium-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The 88-minute launch window opens at 5:12 p.m. ET (21:12 UTC). If needed, a backup opportunity is available Saturday, April 29 with the same window.

The first stage booster supporting this mission was previously launched by Crew-6. Following stage separation, the first stage will land on the Just Read the Instructions drone ship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

A live webcast of this mission will begin about 15 minutes prior to liftoff.

Continuously again to create a mission By ViaSat -3 Americas Mission Control Audio.

The main thing that will be sent into space on Friday’s mission is a big broadband satellite called ViaSat-3 Americas. It weighs 14,000 pounds (6,400 kilograms) and will be used by a company called Viasat, which is based in California.

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You can watch a Falcon Heavy rocket launch on Friday, April 28. It will carry a broadband communications satellite called ViaSat-3 Americas to a high orbit, along with a small satellite called Arcturus for Astranis. This is the first of at least three geostationary satellites for Viasat. If you buy something through links on our website, we may earn a commission. Here’s how it works.

The satellite will be sent to a faraway orbit, which means the rocket’s boosters will fall back down into the Atlantic Ocean. They won’t have enough fuel left to land on a drone ship. This is the first time that SpaceX will intentionally get rid of all three Falcon Heavy boosters, as reported by SpaceflightNow. Two of the boosters were used in previous launches and are being reused for Thursday’s mission.

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