According to the company, a veteran rocket of the SpaceX Aerospace Company of billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk sent 143 spacecraft into space on Sunday, which is the newest spacecraft with the most spacecraft deployed in a single mission. Record.
The Falcon 9 rocket took off at 10 am Eastern Standard Time (8:30 pm US Standard Time) from Space Launch Field 40 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. The company said it was flying south along the east coast of Florida on its way to space.
Reusable rockets transport 133 commercial and government spacecraft and 10 Starlink satellites into space as part of the company’s SmallSat Rideshare program, which is for small satellite operators seeking reliable and affordable orbital flight services Provide access to space.
Due to unfavorable weather, SpaceX delayed the launch by one day. On January 22nd, Tesla CEO Musk also wrote on Twitter: “Tomorrow many small satellites will be launched for many customers. I am very happy to provide low-cost rail transit services for small companies!”
SpaceX has previously launched 800 of the thousands of satellites required to provide broadband Internet worldwide, and has invested approximately US$10 billion (approximately Rs 72.9 billion), and is estimated to generate US$30 billion (approximately Rs 21.700 billion) per year. The investment to help fund Musk’s interstellar rocket program, called Starship.
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