In its continuation, Which ended with some serious crackers, SpaceX is back to business as usual.
Elon Musk’s rocket company launched a new SiriusXM satellite into orbit at 9:30 a.m. Sunday from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The satellite is named SXM-7 and will replace the company’s XM-3 satellite.
The launch was originally set for an explosion on Friday, but the launch pad had just 30 seconds left on the countdown clock.
Built by SXM-7 Contractor Maxer said in a statement It “delivers the highest power density in the orbit of any commercial satellite and transmits over 8,000 watts of content to the continent, the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, which increases the quality of the signal for SiriusXM subscribers.”
For work, SpaceX used an experienced first-level booster that flew over the previous six passengers. This is the seventh successful landing on a drone, read the instructions on the Atlantic Ocean.
You can watch the remake of the livestream above.
SpaceX is currently planning another launch site in 2020, with a National Revaluation Office spy satellite set to explode on a Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral on Thursday, December 17th.
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