Today’s launch marks the 91st orbital mission this year for SpaceX.
The American company SpaceX on Friday, December 8, launched another 22 Starlink Internet satellites into orbit. Space.com reported it.
The Falcon 9 launch vehicle with 22 Starlink satellites on board took off from the spaceport in California. The rocket’s first stage returned to Earth for a vertical landing approximately 8.5 minutes after launch. He landed on an unmanned ship in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California.
The batch of 22 Starlink satellites were deployed into low Earth orbit approximately 62.5 minutes after launch.
Today’s launch marks SpaceX’s 91st orbital mission in 2023. The previous record of 61 launches was set in 2022.
We remind you that on December 7, Elon Musk’s company launched 23 Starlink Internet satellites into orbit. On November 28, the Falcon 9 launch vehicle successfully launched a batch of 23 Starlink satellites into orbit.
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