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SpaceX Succesfully Falcon 9 launch 47 Starlink satellites to orbit

    47 Starlink satellites

    47 Starlink Satellites, a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket carrying 47 Starlink Internet satellites.Launched Thursday at 9:35 a.m. Eastern Standard Time from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.About nine minutes later the upper stage of the Falcon 9 returned to Earth for a vertical landing on the SpaceX drone ship.

    Deployed in the Atlantic Ocean a few hundred miles off the Florida coast, the successful landing was the eleventh for the booster.A SpaceX rocket reuse record Starlink was SpaceX’s sixth Starlink launch of four to nine years.Not all missions were completely successful.

    A launch on 3 February brought 49 Starlink satellites into space.But 38 of them failed to reach their intended orbit due to a geomagnetic storm burn.Because they re-entered Earth’s atmosphere, SpaceX says the issue is not a major blow.

    SpaceX has launched around 2,200 star-linked satellites since May 2019, but only about 1555 are operational, according to data published by Harvard astrophysicist Jonathan McDow.Elon that tracks satellites Starlink satellites provide low latency high speed internet from space.Which fly in a low-Earth orbit about 550 km less than conventional communication satellites of about 550 km in geosynchronous orbit.

    How many Starlinks is SpaceX planning to launch?

    There are currently plans to launch over 4,000 Starlinks.SpaceX continues to grow towards its success, Elon Musk wants to end this work.He wants to get this work done as soon as possible, Elon Musk’s Starlink has helped Ukraine, which is amazing.In the coming time, it will accomplish great things, and Elon Musk will have to go a long way.

    Easy Points:-
        • It is not that easy, but slowly everything happens, if the hard work is persistent.
        • 47 Starlink satellite launches of the Falcon 9 were successful.
        • Which made them happy.
        • This success will continue.

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