KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, Fla. – If everything goes back to what is planned, Floridians will have the opportunity to see their first daytime launch during the months.
- The first launch of the day since the spring set to rise from KSC
- SpaceX to provide satellite communication for Qatar
- The KSC Visitor Center warns of heavy traffic, crowds
- PUBLIC SCHEDULE: Launched to come from Florida
SpaceX is about to launch a Es-2-2 satellite communication for Qatar on Rocet Falcon's board on Thursday 9th.
The satellite will provide communications for the Middle East and areas of North Africa.
The rocket is blown away from Launched Pad 39A at Kennedy Space Center. Forecasts in the 45th Space Wing Patrick Air Force Base calls for a chance of 60 percent favorable weather.
The launch window is 3:46 p.m. i 5:29 p.m. EST – the first one during daylight hours since the last spring. The past has been launching overnight.
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex warns the viewers to be ready for heavy traffic in the area:
After a lift, SpaceX intends to clean up the Falcon 9 first embassy to the company and the company several miles out in the Atlantic.
With each other, Russia is also preparing to launch a cargo ship I & I on Friday. The Replenishment Progress ship is blown away from Kazakhstan at 1:14 p.m. for arriving Sunday afternoon in progress.
Stay with Spectrum News to get full coverage of the SpaceX Junior launch – and if you're in Florida, you can watch it live on TV, website or the TV Spectrum app.