FloridaToday.com reported the launch and mission as follows, “SpaceX boosted the latest batch of its Starlink internet satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Sunday, paving the way for the high-profile launch of a triple-core Falcon Heavy rocket in a few days.

Twenty-two of the internet satellites rode along a southeastern trajectory after the 8:50 p.m. EDT liftoff from Launch Complex 40, adding to the constellation of roughly 5,000 broadband spacecraft in low-Earth orbit. The mission, known as Starlink 6-6, marked the sixth flight for the Falcon 9 booster that later landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic.

Sunday evening’s launch was the Space Coast’s 36th mission of the year.”

Please use the following spaceX.com link for a replay of the launch .

You can find out if Starlink is available at your home by registering at this website…
(Please know these links will take you to external websites.)
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