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Kennedy Space Center Announces SpaceX's Foxon Heavy to Be Launched On April 7
The powerful Falcon Heavy rocket returns to the cosmic coast for its first commercial launch.
The Federal Aviation Administration identified SpaceX's launch space on Friday, noting that the launch was scheduled for April 7th. backing up on April 9th. The launch window runs from 18:36 to 8:35, according to Spaceflight Now, from the Kennedy Space Center 39A launch site.
Falcon Heavy, SpaceX's heavy-duty rocket launcher, made up of three connected boosters, debuted in February 2018 from the cosmic coast. Thousands of people rushed to see the most powerful rocket after Saturn V, which took the astronauts on the moon.
Then the payload was a Tesla Red Roadster carrying a model called Starman.
The upcoming launch will carry the Arabsat-6A satellite for Arab Saudi Arabia. The satellite will provide communication coverage primarily in the regions of the Middle East and North Africa with a footprint in South Africa, the FAA said.
According to the FAA, the side boosters will land on the Cape Canaveral Zone 1
area, while the main kernel amplifier will land on the SpaceX spacecraft, probably of course I still love you in the Atlantic Ocean to Florida.
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