How to watch SpaceX’s next Starlink launch tomorrow

SpaceX has a busy few days – having just broken its record number of launches per year. the company is carrying out another launch tomorrow. Sunday. July 24. It will be another Starlink satellite launch. and the launch will be broadcast live by SpaceX. We’ve got all the details on how to watch below. SpaceX’s new batch of Starlink satellites will join its constellation of satellites that aims to provide global high speed internet access. The advantage of providing such Internet via satellites rather than on the ground is that it can serve even remote and rural areas. which are often underserved.In the United States. for example. millions of people live in areas without access to high speed Internet . and globally. the lack of internet access is even worse.Starlink has also been used to provide internet in the aftermath of natural disasters or in war torn places. as a service fo urni in Ukraine after the Russian invasion. However. Starlink has not been without controversy. Astronomers fear that the number of satellites launched. as well as their low orbit. could compromise research efforts due to the sunlight they reflect. What to expect from the launch? Falcon 9 rocket to deploy a batch of 53 Starlink satellites into low Earth orbit. ‘The first stage booster supporting this mission has previously launched GPS III 04 Space Vehicle. GPS III 05 Space Vehicle. Inspiration4. Ax 1. Nilesat 301. and two Starlink missions.’ SpaceX writes on its website. ‘After the stages separate. the Falcon 9 first stage will return to Earth and land on the A Shortfall of Gravitas drone stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.’ How to watch the launch The launch process will be streamed live. with video and graphics showing the process. including final preparations before liftoff. the liftoff itself. separation of the first stage and fairing. deployment of Starlink satellite payload and inlet burnup and first stage booster capture. The live stream is due to start five minutes before liftoff. so around 9:30 a.m. ET (6:30 a.m. PT). and you can watch either using the embedded video at the top of this page or by going to SpaceX’s YouTube channel. . Editors’ Recommendations


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