#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 #FalconNine | #PAZ Mission three satellites within one carrier – a non-traditional launching providing an experimentally internet satellite- Highlights


On 22nd February 2018- Thursday early beautiful clear mid-morning California like that CW series The OC……….. SpaceX  launched Spanish Satellite naming the Airbus Hisdesat’s PAZ, on a clear Thursday morning awaiting for the first attempt seven days ago in which there was issues that arise in which didn’t mean launch criteria conditions in which on the 21st the weather conditions didn’t met launch criteria with strong upper winds in which the 22nd was an instant go for launch on SLC-4E- Space Launch Complex 4 East at Vandenberg Air force Base, launching at 0617 in the California Morning…..in which this launch is a non-conventional SpaceX launch meaning they won’t recover any of the first stage in which previously landed for the FORMOSAT Five Mission in the August 2017 launch from the very same launch complex SLC-4E….

SpaceX Falcon Nine awaits with three payloads one provided by Airbus Hisdesat’s PAZ,

Launching, commentary is provided by Tom Praderio, Firmware Engineer from SpaceX whom provided the launch commentary of the PAZ-Peace Satellite also the two test SpaceX payloads in providing provisionments of affordable internet communications with at affordability … In which the primary payload Hisdesat’s Airbus PAZ will be placed in Sun Synchronised- low earth equatorial orbit in where share the same orbit with two others TerraSAR-X also TanDem X Satellites.. at 514 Kilometers with Seven Kilometer per second velocity with an scanning coverage of three hundred thousand square Kilometers..  PAZ is a high end weather satellite in which provides high end imagining of 25cm resolution… given its orbit it can operated in regardless of meteorological conditions that’s given..  PAZ has an operations full life cycle of five and half years serving in between governmental and commercial requirements also it part of Copernicus, the European Union’s Earth monitoring programme.…. Orthough the second SpaceX payload deployed as PAZ is deployed it’s out of range of live streaming the telemetry of its deployment as the live stream of the launch was only a unusually short one.

#SpaceX #FalconNine | #PAZ Mission three satellites within one carrier – a non-traditional launching providing an experimentally internet satellite as fired up int to a Sun Synchronized- low earth equatorial orbit…

Orthough the launch is a non-conventional one, that I will not be landing as a reusable,  in which a recovery ship is underway to recover with its custom made capturing net to see if they could net the deployed nose flaring … in which they almost did..

#SpaceX #FalconNineReuseable | #Zuma Mission returning to launch on Space Complex #SLC 40-


Within five hours least – On seventh of January 2018 East Coast’s Gossip Girl New York time, it’s the return to launch Space X – Falcon nine on Cape Canaveral Air force Station on Space Launch Complex 40, in which on NASA-KSC’s iconic Launch Complex 39A in which Launched the mighty Apollo Mission Saturn five rockets towards the Moon for its lunar exploration also of the iconic Space Truck – STS- Space Transportation Systems – the Space Shuttle.. In which that launch Complex 39A is preparing for a maiden test flight of its younger powerful sister the Falcon Heavy as it transitions toward is even younger sister the BFR-Interplanetary – Space Airliner Rocket….

…. Launching from Cape Canaveral Air Force Base with a two hour window with its Traditional SpaceX launching / landing of the first stage Falcon nine reusable Carrier Rocket – B1043, eight minutes after lift-off onto landing Zone LZ-1, only a few Kilometers away from the SLC40 in which lift off begins take shape at 2000 Hours Easter Saving Time with a backup secondary launch window of the following day New York’s Tuesday eighth January 2018… with a tertiary window on ninth of January 2018 …………Lifting off with those nine clustered Merlin Engines is an unspecified Northrop Grumman Zuma Spacecraft into an approximate 51 degree inclination insertion orbit …

#SpaceX |SpaceX‘s Rocket Development testing facility in McGregor –Texas – “they test rockets here too.. ?“


One of many facilities of SpaceX is it’s testing facilities one of two, one is located in McGregor Texas in which is currently used for its multitude various iconic new engines, research, also development before its roll out onto to actual practical launch pad for commercial use..  in which this one is also responsible of testing out reusable testing launching systems that which made SpaceX iconic with its Falcon nine reusable systems in an accelerated rapid turnaround..

The McGregor Texas Facilities, is designed to primarily at first to test out the grasshopper system in which makes the Falcon nine also its next generation of SpaceX rocket reusable in which of it’s High altitude and velocity systems..  Also it’s where the Dragon reusable manned and Unmanned is tested out also..  Within the Facilities it’s a certification processing department for the merlin engines that orthough it manufactured in company’s California’s Hawthorne Headquarters, most of the systems get certified before it rolls onto the East Coast launch pad at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center iconic Launch Complex 39A, nearby on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on its currently under repairs launch complexes.  Apart from the East Coast it also has a West Coast launch complex at Vandenberg Air force Base, in where it also has a Space Shuttle Vertical Assembly Building with a ready to launch pad nearby..

The McGregor Facility makes sense in which it’s basically rural farm land it accommodate safety to the public besides the resident cattle nearby…..Also it makes testing new and current equipment with its three test stands that’s dedicated to the Falcon nine reusable..  Also engine testing.. With its current testing to date over four thousand Merlin Engines with fifty more clustered Merlin engine testing….  In which is presumably the McGregor facilities is going to get more development as the BFR-interplanetary Rocket takes shape as a interplanetary also a Space-Airliner systems aswell.. From a Quiet farmland that rustle tamely cattle in the area with a abandon world war two Mutations factory transforming into an industry that became from the late 20th century…..

#OrbitalATK #SpaceX | #IridiumNext –construction and testing… the Iridium 81’s


Under construction also testing currently at the moment in a car – Aircraft manufacturing type line is the construction of eighty one Iridium Next Satellites in Orbital ATK‘s Gilbert Arizona Satellite Manufacturing facility… As Orbital ATK is under contract from Thales Alenia Space to manufacture eighty one satellites to replacing its aging Constellation Satellites in which it was launched from a series of SpaceX falcon nines reusable carrier rocket booster that launched from its Vandenberg air force base also another location from the Iconic NASA’s launch complex 39A, in which launched the Saturn five Apollo mission to the moon, then converted to the STS-Space Transportation System-Space Shuttle mission..

Iridium Next Constellation is built from very ground up like assembly of building from a ground up of an aircraft or a car… in which the satellites are designed for LEO- Low Earth Orbit in with back up, also spare parts…. As with the LEO- Low Earth Orbit of 780 Kilometers above earth to allow shorter transmission paths also with given stronger signal gains of a LEO with a lower Latency, shorter registration time than having a GEO- Geo Stationary Orbit..  With the numerous clusters of the Iridium Next network in LEO, it’ll will minimized the empty spots therefore increasing the area coverage of continuing communications with overlapping communication coverage spots to minimizes dropped connections and various types of communications….  As the network is in LEO travelling in orbit at 27360 Km/hour it cover more communications requirements in each orbit takes 100 minutes ….

The Next launch of the IridiumNext cluster of ten satellites per launch is targeted for Ninth October 2017 with SpaceX Falcon Nine at Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB) in California at 0537 Pacific Date time Californian morning..