Witness History: SpaceX Launches Falcon 9 Rocket from Cape Canaveral on Double-Header Mission Night!

On Friday night, SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, marking its second mission of the day. The rocket carried a communications satellite, and spectators were able to watch the launch live on Space.com.

The launch was part of SpaceX’s Starlink mission, which aims to provide global broadband internet access. The rocket carried 51 Starlink satellites, and the company was able to successfully land the rocket on a ship at sea.

SpaceX had previously launched 60 Starlink satellites in January, and this Friday’s launch marked the second group of Starlink satellites to be sent into orbit.

The launch was a success and SpaceX has plans to launch more Starlink satellites in the future. The company will continue to work towards its goal of providing global broadband internet access.

Viewers can watch the launch on Space.com and get the full coverage of the mission on USNN.