SpaceX is gearing up for yet another significant launch of its Starlink internet satellites, which you can watch live.
On Thursday morning, June 22, a Falcon 9 rocket will take off from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, carrying a payload of 47 Starlink spacecraft. The scheduled liftoff time is 3:19 a.m. EDT (0719 GMT; 12:19 a.m. local time).
If you’re eager to catch the action as it unfolds, you can tune in to the live broadcast of the launch. SpaceX will provide a thrilling visual spectacle as their rocket propels the Starlink satellites towards their designated orbits in space.
The Starlink project aims to establish a global network of satellites that can deliver high-speed internet access to even the most remote regions on Earth. With each successful launch, SpaceX gets closer to realizing its ambitious goal of providing widespread internet connectivity worldwide.
So mark your calendars, set your alarms, and join SpaceX as they embark on another mission to expand the Starlink constellation and bring the world closer to a more interconnected future.
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