The first version of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Unit 5 was released on Launch Pad 39A for opening, which could be released on April 7th. The minor delays, however, are highly probable for the second attempt to launch Falcon Heavy, the most likely dates being closer to April 8-11.
With an appearance that significantly deviates from Falcon 9 Block 5 is a larger tuxedo
Even if SpaceX completes the flawless static the iconic image is the iconic image: Fire Falcon Heavy immediately after opening the window with 6 hours EDT, it will give engineers and technicians less than 72 hours to turn the rocket into operation as soon as 18:36 EDT on April 7. This process involves a tremendous amount of work, including the actual static fire, safe
The safe completion of this work within ~ 72 hours is extremely difficult for Falcon 9, not to mention the significantly altered Falcon Heavy, who is preparing for the second attempt to run the car. ever. For reference, except for several take-offs, Falcon 9 Block 5 is average time between static fire and start ~ 4.7 days while the mode is 5 days (6/10 starts). Extreme values include missions such as SSO-A, DM-1 and GPS III SV01, which require unique care and caution for a variety of reasons. Chances are that Falcon Heavy Flight 2 is likely to improve on Flight 1, which took several days to complete the static fire and another 13 days before the startup attempt. However, the rocket is very small to beat the average duration of the launch of Falcon 9 Block 5.
Everything in time
Probably 5% Falcon Heavy's chance to launch on April 7, even if the static fire happens just in time and shows all the systems running in the green. If SpaceX is unable to put a static fire on the April 4 window, it will probably drop to 0%. Anyway, we can expect SpaceX to provide an updated startup or rough assessment window today, especially if the static fire test is completed successfully.
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