- SpaceX can fire three rockets on Sunday, weather permitting.
- The aerospace company has scheduled two mutual launches of Falcon 9 in Florida, only nine hours apart.
- SpaceX reportedly intends to launch Starship SN6 from Boca Chica, Texas, on a low altitude test flight.
- Elon Musk tweeted that there is “a good chance that something will slip, but, yes, Sunday is intense.”
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SpaceX is set to fire three rockets on Sunday, including two Falcon 9 launches in Florida and a starship test flight in Texas, weather permitting.
The airline said it intends to launch its twelfth Starlink mission at 10:12 a.m. EST from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and send 60 star messages into orbit.
The second launch of Falcon 9 is scheduled nine hours and six minutes later, taking off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 19:18 and sending spacecraft SAOCOM 1B into orbit.
Both Starlink and SAOCOM 1B launches will be broadcast live.
Separately, SpaceX is also reportedly targeting the launch of Starship SN6 from Boca Chica, Texas, for a low-altitude test flight. In early August, SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted that the company planned to make “a few short hops to balance the launch process and then go to high altitudes with body flaps.”
While it is unclear when Texas will be launched – if it will be in the future – Cameron County in Texas has announced highway closures between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. “due to expected spacecraft test activities for SpaceX.”
On Friday, Musk acknowledged the effort to post multiple on Twitter, saying there was “a good chance something will slip, but yes, Sunday is intense.”