SpaceX launched 60th Falcon 9 and successfully deployed Telstar 18 VANTAGE satellite

SpaceX had its sixteenth successful launch this year and twenty-ninth successful rocket recovery. It was also the 60th successful SpaceX Falcon 9 launch.

15 thoughts on “SpaceX launched 60th Falcon 9 and successfully deployed Telstar 18 VANTAGE satellite”

  1. Not to mention that the more routine it gets, the better your chances of scheduling the trip in advance and having the launch actually come off while you’re there is. Didn’t get to see a launch the last time I was at the Cape, I’m hoping to go again next year and actually see one.

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  2. Not to mention that the more routine it gets the better your chances of scheduling the trip in advance and having the launch actually come off while you’re there is.Didn’t get to see a launch the last time I was at the Cape I’m hoping to go again next year and actually see one.

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  3. It’s getting routine now. Which is good – because I want to see a Falcon Heavy launch and return in FL and don’t want the area around Canaveral to be crowded as all hell… 😉

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  4. It’s getting routine now.Which is good – because I want to see a Falcon Heavy launch and return in FL and don’t want the area around Canaveral to be crowded as all hell… 😉

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  5. Not to mention that the more routine it gets, the better your chances of scheduling the trip in advance and having the launch actually come off while you’re there is. Didn’t get to see a launch the last time I was at the Cape, I’m hoping to go again next year and actually see one.

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  6. Not to mention that the more routine it gets the better your chances of scheduling the trip in advance and having the launch actually come off while you’re there is.Didn’t get to see a launch the last time I was at the Cape I’m hoping to go again next year and actually see one.

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  7. It’s getting routine now. Which is good – because I want to see a Falcon Heavy launch and return in FL and don’t want the area around Canaveral to be crowded as all hell… 😉

    Reply
  8. It’s getting routine now.Which is good – because I want to see a Falcon Heavy launch and return in FL and don’t want the area around Canaveral to be crowded as all hell… 😉

    Reply
  9. Not to mention that the more routine it gets, the better your chances of scheduling the trip in advance and having the launch actually come off while you’re there is.

    Didn’t get to see a launch the last time I was at the Cape, I’m hoping to go again next year and actually see one.

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