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On Tuesday, January 18 at 9:02 p.m. EST, Falcon 9 launched 49 Starlink satellites to low Earth orbit from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This was the tenth launch and landing of this Falcon 9 first stage booster, which has launched GPS III-3, Turksat 5A, Transporter-2, and now seven Starlink missions.

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17 Jan 2022

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Comentários 921
AlienVibes
It's crazy that SpaceX has landed several boosters now TEN times!! Even more crazy that Falcon landing has become such a regular thing that it barely makes any headlines. I can't wait to see how many flights these boosters can do!
BOB Joatmon
Never gets old!
Sofía Fagnilli Fuentes
I’ll never get tired of watching the boosters land. It’s amazing!
B N
20:35
Maky 6969
Seeing the Falcon 9 lands for the 100+ time still amazes me..Never gets old. Way to go spacex!
Larry Berry
That ground shot of stage separation was amazing. And the second stage hauling ass away from the booster and fairing halves. Wow, they're getting good at this stuff. Three flights in three weeks. That doesn't seem possible.
Stel P
the IR video of second stage was great, and one of the best drone ship landing coverage to date!
Matt O
Love the infrared camera footage of first stage and separation!
RandomPhil86
That image where you could see the booster separated and both fairings and then the upper stage all separated, but all in one frame. Beautiful!
Aerospace Matt
This is the first launch I got to see in person! Awesome! Got to see 1st stage MECO, the time of staging, and 2nd stage ignition, and down range ascent through T+ 4.5 minutes!
James Vasseur
Always fun to watch. I remember the Mercury launches. How I envy you young people and the things you'll do in space.
Micky Katembu
Wow... 2 amazing things with this launch... 1. Viewing the stage separation, and fairings at almost same time, from the ground camera, amazing 2. There was no loss of signal this time round when booster was landing!! 👍👍
James Mihalcik
Absolutely beautiful IR views. 103rd Booster landing of another 10th use booster was amazing. Congratulations SpaceX team, making history real time!
Andrew Smithingell
Wow, I am really digging the "new" camera shots and appreciate these no lag / loss of signal landings!
Michiel Williams
And as always, landing was beautiful. Host did a Great Job also 👏🏾
Slobmarley
It’s so impressive how reliable this technology is
mstrbkr
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