SpaceX effectively propelled 60 Starlink broadband satellites into orbit from Cape Canaveral, Florida, Wednesday night.
The Falcon 9 rocket-propelled from the Space Launch Complex not long before 12 a.m. ET and minutes after the fact the rocket’s first stage arrived on a robot transport named “Just Read the Instructions” off the shore of Florida, Space.com announced.
The satellites sent around 180 miles over the Earth, as per Spaceflightnow.com, which detailed SpaceX has now dispatched in excess of 1,500 satellites into space.
The dispatch denoted the organization’s 25th bunch of broadband satellites impacted into space.
A week ago, SpaceX dispatched four space travelers from Cape Canaveral set out toward the International Space Station. It was the organization’s third flight team in under a year.