Elon Musk’s Company SpaceX Launched 46 Starlink Internet Satellites Within 6 Hours

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Starlink Internet Satellite’s successful dual launch of 46 Starlink Internet satellites into low Earth orbit on Monday was accomplished by Elon Musk’s SpaceX enterprise. All of them were released within just six hours. The satellite was launched from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) on a reusable two-stage Falcon-9 rocket.

Elon Musk’s aerospace company SpaceX on Monday succeeded in the double launch of 46 Starlink internet satellites into low Earth orbit. All of them were released within just six hours.

The satellite was launched from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) on a reusable two-stage Falcon-9 rocket. On Monday, the first group of 23 satellites took off at 4:35 am. Indian time.

The company said this was the 11th flight of the rocket supporting this mission. It has previously launched Crew-5, GPS 3 Space Vehicle 6, Inmarsat I6-F2, CRS-28, Intelsat G-37, and NG-20.

The Falcon 9 first stage returned to Earth about 8.5 minutes after liftoff. An hour after the launch of the satellites, SpaceX said in a tweet that the successful launch of 23 Starlink satellites has been confirmed. The launch of the second set of 23 Starlink satellites took place at 9:39 am. 23 Starlink internet satellites were launched by SpaceX last week.

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