Falcon 9 launches 143 spacecraft to orbit — the most ever deployed on a single mission — completing SpaceX’s first dedicated SmallSat Rideshare Program mission.
Falcon 9 launches 143 spacecraft to orbit — the most ever deployed on a single mission — completing SpaceX’s first dedicated SmallSat Rideshare Program mission pic.twitter.com/CJSUvKWeb4
— SpaceX (@SpaceX) January 25, 2021
One Falcon 9 launched Starlink to orbit and had its eighth landed and landing.
Falcon 9 launches Starlink to orbit – the eighth launch and landing of this booster pic.twitter.com/zyj8ZdDFql
— SpaceX (@SpaceX) January 20, 2021
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6 thoughts on “SpaceX Falcon 9 Booster Used Eight Times”
No, that on the roof of a train.
Will we see ‘Abe’s pre-loved rockets, good runners, one careful owner’ lots soon?
For some reason I thought the indians still had the rideshare record (I was thinking something like 190+), but their record was 104 actually.
Massive cost savings. No other launch provider can compete on a price basis. Likely, no other ISP can compete with starlink, because their infrastructure, installation, and maintenance cost per customer will be so low.
They are targeting min ten flights
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