Cape Canaveral Space Force Station
Next SpaceX launch postponed
SpaceX successfully deploys 60 Starlink satellites, but loses booster on descent
SpaceX planning launch of two Falcon Heavy missions in summer and fall
Live coverage: SpaceX launches Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral
SpaceX launched 60 more Starlink internet satellites at 10:59 p.m. EST Monday (0359 GMT Tuesday) aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. The mission successfully placed the Starlink payloads into orbit, but the Falcon 9 booster failed during a landing attempt offshore.
Photos: Falcon 9 test-fired before Starlink launch
ULA delivers Vulcan test article to Cape Canaveral for ‘pathfinder’ operations
SpaceX gearing up for two more Starlink missions within days
Photos: Sixty more Starlinks rocket through moonlit sky over Cape Canaveral
No SpaceX doubleheader for now, but range is ready for two launches in a day
One of the two Falcon 9 rockets SpaceX planned to take off in a span of less than five hours earlier this week will remain grounded indefinitely, preventing Cape Canaveral from hosting two launches on the same day for the first time in decades. But the military-run Eastern Range was ready for the back-to-back missions, and probably won’t have to wait long for the next chance for a launch doubleheader.