SpaceX efficiently launched its Falcon 9 rocket for a record-breaking twelfth time on Saturday (March 19), after which returned to Earth for yet one more profitable landing. The Falcon 9 was launched into low-Earth orbit from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 12:24am ET on March 19 (9:54am IST), carrying 53 of SpaceX’s Starlink Internet satellites. This was Falcon 9 first stage’s twelfth flight, breaking the earlier file for SpaceX rocket reusability.
Through a tweet, SpaceX confirmed the deployment of the 53 Starlink satellites.
SpaceX confirmed the launch on its web site as effectively. You can take a look at the launch video under:
SpaceX representatives stated in its mission description that Falcon 9 is a reusable, two-stage rocket developed and constructed for the secure and dependable transportation of individuals and payloads into low-Earth orbit and past. It’s the world’s first reusable orbital rocket. Thanks to its reusability, SpaceX can minimize the price of entry to house.
After the latest launch, Falcon 9’s first stage returned to Earth after stage separation and settled on a droneship known as Just Read the Instructions within the Atlantic Ocean.
Falcon 9’s first stage has landed on the Just Read the Instructions droneship