In the early hours of Tuesday morning (local time in Florida), SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.
We are talking about the atomic clock, the "green" type propeller, and LightSail 2 a vehicle with a very thin canvas , which aims to use solar energy to move through space.
The mission, known as the STP-2 mission, was successful with BusinessLIVE:
The boosters are safely separated as the ship began its six-hour mission to deploy satellites.
Musk, who predicted t Ruble landing on the Space Boat Space Boat's central booster in the Atlantic, said on Twitter earlier Tuesday, "It was a long stroke."
The mission, called the Space Testing Program 2 (STP-2), is the third one for Falcon Heavy, which SpaceX describes as the world's most powerful starter system.
A pity on the missile's central booster, but you can not win all of them. Just try to get things back because there are enough plastic junk in the ocean.
Let's see the moment when the Falcon is heavy in the sky:
Through Ars Technica, some photos from the launch:
There are many things that happen on this photo: engine cut-off, side booster separations, booster side booms as they climb up and back to the landing zone. Falcon Heavy's central core is the central strip, while the boosters separate and rise up and down
It elevates 24 satellites in three different orbits
Let's go back to this booster that missed his landing with Science Alert:
A part of the SpaceX missile missed a landing site hit by the sea and exploded …
He started with three reusable boosters, two of which returned to the ground with one piece … the third, the central booster, was not that successful. I still love you ". Instead, he crashed into the sea and exploded. You can not see much details, but here's a close-up video:
delayed version, definitely complete pic.twitter.com / SY7V3gR5ZB
– LaunchStuff June 2019
How about these cracks in Twitter …
Stunning #SpaceX Falcon Heavy STP-2 "nebula" shot off the roof of #NASA ] Is a building for assembling vehicles – 525 feet up. to of the exciting start From @erikkuna spaceisforeveryone pic.twitter.com/wnNssxRyvV
– SuperClass (@SuperclusterHQ) June 25, 2019
Wow, Wow, Wow!
SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch launches the STP-2 mission at 2:30 in the morning. The two side cores, which carry out their second mission, return to land successfully in Cape Canaveral.
– John Krauss (@ johnkrausphotos) June 25, 2019
Yes, wow. :
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