Starlink Mission

Starlink Mission

On Wednesday, April 19 at 10:31 a.m. ET, Falcon 9 launched 21 second-generation Starlink satellites to low-Earth orbit from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida.

This was the eighth launch and landing for this Falcon 9 first stage booster, which previously launched SES-22, ispace’s HAKUTO-R Mission 1, Hispasat Amazonas Nexus, CRS-27, and now four Starlink missions.

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26 Responses

  1. Kcorb says:

    The landings are so consistant now. Incredible how fast the technology has evolved, this next 20 years are going to be incredible for space exploration. Born at such an interesting time in history

  2. Stoned TV Reviews says:

    Those top down camera views from the Payload are amazing. Specially the fairing release!

  3. Scotty d says:

    Congratulations to #SpaceX – another successful launch and landing and hopefully Sat deployment of the update V2 mini StarLink sats! Yes, it never gets old, we enjoy thoroughly watching these and seeing us all move forward together. Thank you all and praise God for your efforts – you rock!

    • NavySeal2k says:

      Falcon Heavy double booster landing was the single most exiting thing I have seen in a very long time.

  4. kindnuguz says:

    The landing of stage 1 will always be such a huge accomplishment. Amazing

  5. Ozarg Dan says:

    Good Job Space X
    soon, let’s go to Mars, and beyond !

  6. UtahOutlander says:

    Jessie and John (Insprucker) are my two favorite launch hosts! They ALWAYS exude excitement, no matter how “routine” these launches seem to be these days! Well done SpaceX!! Can’t wait to see the candles lit tomorrow!!! Go Starship!! 🚀

  7. Kon Jonnor Does Bass Music Sometimes™ says:

    The launch schedule of SpaceX this year is so damn exciting! Really feels as though this IS the future whenever you see the boosters land. Just amazes me every time!

  8. grade8doublenut says:

    I sat on the floor in front of the TV watching every Apollo mission, fifty plus years later, its still an epic experience!

    • kini says:

      I’m old enough to remember watching Mercury and Gemini lauches in grade school.

    • Andreas Elf says:

      I’m too “young” for that.
      I saldy didn’t get to see the first successful booster rocket landing live. But saw it short afterwards and it’s sooo beautiful. The one were they titlt the rocket and turn of the engines to let it freefall on purpose and later turn them on again and have it land. That one is super.
      This is something everyone should see.

    • DormentCoder says:

      @Einfach Frei Said the Bitcoin pfp

    • Einfach Frei says:

      Apollo is staged btw

  9. Alderfek - says:

    Those landings never get old.

  10. planetsector9 says:

    Is it just me or was this the best looking Starlink mission in a while? 👀Absolutely beautiful views of a cloudy blue Earth and you get a really good edge on look at the atmosphere when the booster was coming in for landing, just amazing sights! 🌎

    And fairing deploy is a lot more exciting now with the new camera position! Also 18:20 ! please show that deployment if you have the video for it the new V2 mini deployment mechanism is really cool to see! 🛰🛰🛰

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