SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Rocket Delivers Boing Made Inmarsat Satellite


SpaceX from it’s LC-39A complex at Kennedy in Florida, which company has leased and repurposed to support Falcon 9 and future Falcon Heavy crewed launches, launched payload from communications satellite operate Inmarsat, the fourth in a constellation created to provide high-bandwidth Internet globally.

So the launch originally was suppose to use the under development Falcon Heavy rockets but since those aren’t commercially available as yet so Falcon 9’s optimized payload capacity was used instead for the task which also happen to be the heaviest payload ever undertaken by SpaceX.

The mission was successful and the Boing made satellite was deployed in it’s geostationary orbit.

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