#SpaceX | #FalconNine #ReusableCarrierRocket | #Starlink Constellation – Part Two of Deploying Sixty #CommunicationSatellite Saying #OfCourseIStillLoveYou with #MsTree #MsChief ….

On a New York- Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida 11th November 2019 Day- 0956 AM. Eastern Standard Time…..  It is the launching of SpaceX reusable Carrier Rocket, the reused Falcon Nine Reusable Carrier Rocket in which is launching from SLC-40 Space Launch Complex 40 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station… in which the parts were recycled from previous missions..

Previously the First stage has been a part of Falcon Heavy Nine that was previously supported the Iridium Seven, SAOCOM 1A, Nusantara Satu mission.. The Payload flaring is the fairing was previously flown on Falcon Heavy’s Arabsat-6A mission earlier this year of launch calendar 2019…

Following this after eight minutes and twenty four seconds after lift-off in which, land onto landing drone ship  Of Course I Still Love You… in which is station berth off shore Atlantic Ocean.. After deploying the Starlink constellation sixty satellites at an attitude of two hundred and eighty Kilometers above earth.. After deployment the engineers, SpaceX engineers will conduct data reviews to ensure all Starlink satellites are operating as intended. Once the checkouts are complete, the satellites will then use their onboard ion thrusters to move into their intended orbits…. Approximately 45 minutes after lift-off, SpaceX’s two fairing recovery vessels, “Ms. Tree” and “Ms. Chief,” will attempt to recover the two fairing halves..


“….Starlink Communications Constellation network of part two provides SpaceX is developing a low latency, broadband internet system to meet the needs of consumers across the globe. Enabled by a constellation of low Earth orbit satellites, Starlink will provide fast, reliable internet to populations with little or no connectivity, including those in rural communities and places where existing services are too expensive or unreliable. Since the most recent launch of Starlink satellites in May, SpaceX has increased spectrum capacity for the end-user through upgrades in design that maximize the use of both Ka and Ku bands. Additionally, components of each satellite are 100% demisable and will quickly burn up in Earth’s atmosphere at the end of their life cycle—a measure that exceeds all current safety standards…

Starlink is targeted to offer service in parts of the U.S. and Canada after six launches, rapidly expanding to global coverage of the populated world after 24 launches. Additional information on the system can be found at starlink.com

#SpaceX #FalconNineReusable | #CRS18 – #CommercialResupplyServices- resupplying the veteran #ISS #InternationalSpaceStation with a non-traditional landing…

On a New York Wednesday 24th July 2019…. It’s the launch of the SpaceX Reusable Falcon Nine Reusable Carrier Rocket in which is launching its eighteenth Commercial Resupply Services Mission known term CRS-18, launching from SLC 40- Space Launch Complex at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station- Florida.. on 1824 hours Eastern Date Time – EDT in which during the flight of the launch, nine minutes after the launch the reusable payload Dragon module  in which that payload module will makes it connection point to the very aged  ISS –International Space Station…..in connection on Friday to complete the resupplying…  In that connection it’ll dock at the Harmony section with geocentric orbit at low earth with an inclination of 51.6 Degrees…

CRS-18- Dragon Module has been used previously in CRS Six mission in 2105 April , 2017 December during the flight of CRS-18  the first staging of Falcon Nine Reusable will make a landing onto to a non-traditional landing  onto  LZ One- Landing Zone One at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station- Florida ….. in which traditionally landings have been on off shore Drone ships stationary berth in between east and west coast of California and Florida……

#SpaceX #FalconHeavyReusable | #STP2 Mission Deploying a multiple satellites in one launch.. – landing once, twice three times saying #OfCourseIStillLoveYou

On 24th June 2019, on a New York Monday it’s the Launch of SpaceX Falcon Heavy Reusable, from that NASA- Kennedy Space Center in Florida’s least than twenty year lease of that iconic Launch Complex LC 39A- Launch Complex 39A that launched the Iconic Saturn V Lunar Rocket, also the Iconic golden age STS- Space Transportation System –Space Shuttle….. Launching from that flight now is the Falcon Heavy Reusable powered by twenty seven might merlin engines..  In which previously Falcon Heavy’s side boosters for the STP-2 mission previously supported the Arabsat-6A mission in April 2019. Following booster separation, Falcon Heavy’s two side boosters will attempt to land at SpaceX’s Landing Zones 1 and 2 (LZ-1 and LZ-2) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Falcon Heavy’s center core will attempt to land on the “Of Course I Still Love You” drone ship, which will be stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

Launching from that launch window from On 24th June 2019 2330 hours EDT Eastern Date Time is the STP two missions in which launching various mission types of satellites manifest on a DOD Department of Defense –Space Test Program towards commercial , research civilian satellites.. In which the Mission management is conducted by the Air Force Space and Missile Centre…  From a core of cube Satellites towards deployment of major ones manifest below via Space X



Oculus-ASR was developed by students at the Michigan Technological University in Houghton, MI through the Air Force Research Laboratory’s University NanoSatelllites Program to provide calibration opportunities for ground-based observers attempting to determine spacecraft attitude and configuration using unresolved optical imagery.

Features spectrally distinct surfaces and shape profiles that can be observed from Earth’s surface

Records attitude time history for error correction in ground-based observations

Cube Sats

E-TBEx: Measures distortion of radio signals traveling through the ionosphere using beacon tones transmitted from eight orbital locations: the six COSMIC-2 satellites and the twin E-TBEx CubeSats

Launch Environment Observer (LEO) & StangSat: Measures thermal and vibration environments during launch and demonstrates Wi-Fi data transmission between Cubesats (2 separate cubesats)

PSAT: Supports global amateur radio data relay capabilities to assist students and researchers around the world

TEPCE: Demonstrates the feasibility of using electrodynamic propulsion by deploying a 1 km electrically conductive tether, performing orbit-changing maneuvers without consuming any fuel

LightSail 2:The Planetary Society’s citizen-funded solar-sailing spacecraft propelled by the Sun


Prox-1 is a microsat developed by students at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta through the Air Force’s University Nanosat Program to demonstrate satellite close proximity operations and rendezvous.

Demonstrates small satellite close-encounter operations

Prox-1 deploys the LightSail 2 cubesat developed by the Planetary Society


NPSat hosts two experiments built by the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) to investigate space weather and support space situational awareness (SSA), including ionospheric electron density structures that cause radio scintillations impacting communications and navigation.

Monitors electron content and scintillations using radio frequency (RF) transmissions

Conducts Coherent Electromagnetic Radio Tomography (CERTO) experiment

NRL-built Langmuir probe takes in-situ measurements to improve ionospheric modeling


General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems’ Orbital Test Bed (OTB) is a versatile, modular platform based on a flight-proven “hosting” model to test and qualify technologies. On STP-2, OTB hosts several payloads for technology demonstration, including the Deep Space Atomic Clock designed, built and operated by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on behalf of the Space Technology Mission Directorate to revolutionize how spacecraft navigate.

Flexible technology demonstration platform

Hosts a miniaturized, high-stability atomic clock that will gain or lose less than a second of error in 3 million years

Learn more about General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems and NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock.


The Green Propellant Infusion Mission, or GPIM, is a NASA mission that develops a “green” alternative to conventional spacecraft propulsion systems. With the green propellant, launch vehicle and spacecraft fuel loading will be safer, faster, and much less costly. The “shirt sleeve” operational environment GPIM offers will reduce ground processing time from weeks to days.

Demonstrates a new form of safe propulsion

Improves propulsive efficiency while reducing handling concerns

Learn more about Ball AerospaceAerojet Rocketdyne and NASA’s Green Propellant Infusion Mission.


COSMIC-2 is a partnership between NOAA, the U.S. Air Force (USAF), NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL), Taiwan’s National Space Organization (NSPO), the UK’s Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), the Brazil Institute of Space Research (INPE), and the Australia Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). This six-satellite constellation will provide next-generation Global Navigational Satellite System Radio Occultation (GNSS-RO) data. Radio Occultation data is collected by measuring the changes in a radio signal as it is refracted in the atmosphere, allowing temperature and moisture to be determined.

International collaboration between Taiwan (NSPO) and the United States (NOAA)

Collects atmospheric data for weather prediction and for ionosphere, climate, and gravity research


 The Air Force Research Laboratory’s Space Vehicle Directorate’s Demonstration and Science Experiments (DSX) spacecraft will conduct basic research on the harsh radiation environment of medium-Earth orbit (MEO). DSX will perform three primary experiments:

The Wave Particle Interaction Experiment (WPIx) will resolve critical feasibility issues for very-low frequency (VLF) wave-particle interaction.

The Space Weather Experiments (SWx) will measure and map the distributions of energetic protons, electrons and low-energy plasma in the inner magnetosphere to improve environment models for spacecraft design and operations.

The Space Environment Effects (SFx) will determine the MEO environmental effects on common electrical components, circuits and materials. This includes NASA’s Space Environment Testbeds (SET) experiments. SET will characterize how radiation driven by the Sun impacts hardware over time, paving the way for mitigating the effects of solar activity on spacecraft design and operations.

#SpaceX #FalconNineReusable | launching of the #NusantaraSatu #Satellite among with #Beresheet #LunarLander #AFRL spacecraft with that traditionally #OfCourseIStillLoveYou …

On the 21st February 2019, on an East Coast Thursday is the launch of the SpaceX Falcon nine Reusable Carrier Rocket, launching from the SLC 40- Space Launch Complex from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida.. In which this launching is traditional landing on a Atlantic Ocean just been retrofitted Drone Ship “Of Course I love you” … in which the Falcon Nine Reusable was once previously used Iridium seven mission July 2018, previously SAOCOM 1A October 2018..

This launch is launching two payloads into orbit one heading towards the moon Luna… in which that Beresheet- Beginning- Lunar lander is SpaceIL Israel privately funded lunar Lander in which is the smallest lander yet to be deployed towards land on the moon after the Belt and Road Initiative CNSA- China National Space Administration Change4 Lunar Lander also Lunar Rover YuTu2 landed on the other side of the moon on the Von Karman Crater..  in which once deployed it’ll travel towards the moon under its own self powering unit for two months that it’ll make that journey in a scenic route.. in which will explore the moon surface with a scientific payload also a photographically payload in which it’ll photographically of its lunar environments….

Beresheet- Beginning- Lunar lander is SpaceIL Israel privately funded lunar Lander ….

The Secondary payload is a United States Airforce Research Laboratory know for short AFRL- is an experimental Small Spacecraft , in which is manufactured by Blue Canyon Technologies whom  design components for another DARPA ‘s R3D2  Satellite that’s going to be launch on another American Private space Carrier Rocket Company but launched base in New Zealand- Rocket Lab …. Which Blue Canyon Technologies with that satellite operational life of one year of demonstrating experimentally of small satellites service operations..

the Nusantara Satu Satellite -PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN) – Indonesia

The Tertiary, is the Nusantara Satu Satellite in which is manufactured by SSL Space Systems Loral  in which is customised for the PT Pasifik Satelit Nusantara (PSN)  one of many leading Asian telecommunications providers .. it’s the first Indonesia high data velocity satellite  that provides a high velocity of internet connectivity in which provisions as a Data and voice communications.. in which once operational place in a GEO-Geostationary Orbit , utilizing its provisionments for the Indonesia region..

#SpaceX | #FalconNine #GPSIII #SOV1 – A non-traditional launching of #F9 #CarrierRocket for the third times a Charm for #ChristmasEve ….

SpaceX | FalconNine GPSIII SOV1 – A non-traditional launching of F9 Carrier Rocket for the third times a Charm for Christmas Eve ….

On a 23rd December 2018 New York also Florida , it was the non-traditionally launching of the Space X Falcon Nine, its second attempt due to the first attempt on the previous day it launching conditions didn’t meet launch criteria conditions in which the weather wise that’s closely approaching Cape Canaveral Air force Station began to be unfavourable.. As it approached Cape Canaveral Air force Station’s SLC 40 – Space Launch Complex 40, in which is least ten Kilometers away from the least than twenty years lease of NASA KSC’s LC39A- Launch Complex 39A…..

The 23rd December, launch is the final launch of the SpaceX launch scheduling calendar for the year.. In which an extremely busy one is head for the preparations of Commercial Crew program towards the ISS- International Space Station in which is set to be decommission in year 2025 due to systems and aging of the station ferrying on the New manned next generation block five Dragon reusable module with solar panels that decorative on its main propulsion module ….

Hosting today‘s launch is Michael Andrews, Space X Supply Chain – Siva Bharaadvaj – Integrations and Test Engineer….. This launch when without any arising issues, it launched like wearing a silk slip dress easy to wear……. Launching at on a Morning wintery New York –Florida Sunday at 0851 Eastern Standard Time with a very narrow twenty six minute launch window… This Launch is a Non-traditionally one in which due to the nature of the United States Air force Lockheed Martin GPSIII SOV1 Satellite payload,  in which is an United States Global Positioning System in which its provisionment is to high velocity data communications of Positioning, navigational, and time keeping services, in providing support towards its National Defense goals .. apart from being a National Defense satellite  of being soon to be a thirty one Satellite constellation … in which it’s has Anti Jamming abilities in which a part of the NSS- National Security Space requirements.  In which this payload’s launch is deployed into high elliptically orbit, also its large payload mass forgoing of the tradition of first stage landing…