2020 new launch plan of space X –
On January 4 of 2020, this company actually conducted a static fire test, which is of Falcon 9 rocket at space launch complex 40 at Cape Canaveral air force station situated in Florida. According to tweets, the rocket is expected to send at least sixty Starlink internet satellites into space; they will launch 1st from Florida’s space coast. This Falcon 9 rocket on January 3, and this went vertical on the launch pad. And also, the two-stage rocket is scheduled for off on Monday around 9:19, which is actually 0219 GMT Tuesday. Space X put its vehicle on a route launch rehearsal before it’s launch. This rehearsal test is known as the static fire test. It is a standard part of the prelaunch procedure and one of the main parts before launch.
During this procedure, teams loaded the Falcon’s super-chilled propellants and liquid oxygen into the rocket before taking the first step. So basically, this fired at around 12 pm EST, which is 1700 GMT. It generates more than one million pounds of thrust on the ground while it boosts. People come to know that falcon nine is going to launch on Monday, and engineers already share the data.
About this mission –
Space X actually told everyone about this mission by tweeting on tweeter. The tweet says, “Static fire complete — targeting Monday, January 6 at 9:19 p.m. EST for the launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Pad 40 in Florida.” The previous year that is 2019, space X had launched about 13 times, and the previous mission got featured about a twice Falcon nine booster, and it carried a heavyweight of a communication satellite. This is actually a Singapore based startup and also Japanese broadband providers. With the successful missions in the past, the company will return to a batch of Starlink satellite. This will the first Space X satellite launch of 2020 and going to be a success for everyone.