reported the launch as follows. “SpaceX continues to push the pace of its launch cadence as it completed another Falcon 9 rocket launch Friday nigh. The mission marked SpaceX’s 14th launch of the month, a new industry record for launch.

The milestone adds to the record set earlier this week, when SpaceX launched its 13th Falcon 9 to send the European Space Agency’s EarthCARE satellite up to orbit. Liftoff of this latest mission, Starlink 6-64 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, happened at 10:37 p.m. EDT (0237 UTC).

The first stage booster for this mission, tail number B1076 in the SpaceX fleet, launched for a 14th time. It previously launched missions like SpaceX’s 26th Commercial Resupply Services (CRS-26) Dragon flight to the International Space Station, NASA’s TEMPO payload onboard the Intelsat 40e satellite and seven batches of Starlink satellites.

A little more than eight minutes after liftoff, B1076 landed on the SpaceX droneship, ‘A Shortfall of Gravitas.’ This was the 73rd landing for ASOG and the 315th booster landing for SpaceX.”

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