When a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is launched from Cape Canaveral on Thursday, SpaceIL and IAI's lunar lands aboard.
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After a two-month hiatus, the Space Coast is set to see smoke and fire again on Thursday night when a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket holds away from the pillow at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
At Kl. At 8.45 pm, the rocket, which topped with Indonesia's Nusantara Satu communications spacecraft, will burst from the Launch Complex 40 and will also bring the Falcon 9's first mission to another celestial body. The teams have until 9.17. to launch.
The secondary payload is a SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries lunar lands by the name Beresheet, or "in the beginning" in Hebrew. It takes about two months to reach the lunar circuit before attempting to touch. There, an instrument will measure the moon's magnetic field and send images back to Earth.
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Rattan's first phase will attempt landing on Of course I still love you dron's ship while SpaceX & # 39; s Mr. Steven ship is expected to catch at least one of the rocket's fairing halves.
There are three parts to our cover:
- Live video of the launch, available here or on our Facebook page. 19659010] A live chat with space reporters James Dean and Emre Kelly.
- Real-time coverage of the launch in magnified reality available in our 321 LAUNCH app (download for iOS here and Android here).
Coverage starts at 7:45 pm Thursday at floridatoday.com/space and will include depth coverage, photos, charts, and more. You can ask the team questions and make a conversation. We will host SpaceX's live video.
In Central Florida?
If you're ready, look to the state's east coast to see the Falcon 9 launch from Cape Canaveral. 19659005] If you step outside the launch, bring your smartphone and keep you updated. The coverage is available at floridatoday.com/space in your mobile browser or in the 321 LAUNCH app.
Contact Emre Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 321-242-3715. Follow him on Twitter Facebook and Instagram at @EmreKelly.
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