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The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket marks the new year of space exploration in Cape Canaveral

The launch of the Falcon 9 rocket marks the new year of space exploration in Cape Canaveral

With the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 on Thursday afternoon, the 2022 launch season has officially begun. She will be very busy. Much of the focus at the Kennedy Space Center this year will be on deep space exploration, the largest rockets, and the Moon. “Everything in Cape Town is really starting to explode. There are a number of launches to the moon. Which is exciting because we haven’t put anything on the moon for a very long time. And the moon is a big target because the Russians are back there, the Japanese, the South Koreans, the Indians. “So this year the moon will be occupied,” said Dale Ketcham of Space Florida. For NASA, Artemis is a program with the moon in its sight. You will not touch the surface of the moon this year. It does its first test launch and flys around the moon, but this time without astronauts. It is the largest spacecraft of its kind, and is scheduled to launch in March. SpaceX Falcon 9’s public launch began at the Kennedy Space Center. Another batch of their Starlink satellites. Although it is not a new part of the ongoing online satellite programme, the way it spins has not been used much from Cape Town. It’s only been used a few times since the 1960s, and it’s a polar release, meaning more people in South Florida can see it. Future nightly launches will have the same effect. “There’s going to be some great scenery,” says Ketcham. And it will really help the people of South Florida understand that they own a very large stake in the Florida space program.”

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With the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 on Thursday afternoon, the 2022 launch season has officially begun.

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This year, the Kennedy Space Center will focus heavily on deep space exploration, the largest rockets and the Moon.

“Everything in Cape Town is really starting to explode. There are a number of launches to the moon. Which is exciting because we haven’t put anything on the moon for a very long time. And the moon is a big target because the Russians are back there, the Japanese, the South Koreans, the Indians. “So this year the moon will be occupied,” said Dale Ketcham of Space Florida.

For NASA, Artemis is a program with the moon in its sight. You will not touch the surface of the moon this year.

But it will make its first launch and flight test around the moon, this time without astronauts. It is the largest spacecraft of its kind, and is scheduled to launch in March.

The SpaceX Falcon 9 launch began today at the Kennedy Space Center. He launched another batch of their Starlink satellites.

Although it is not a new part of the ongoing online satellite programme, the way it spins has not been used much from Cape Town. It has only been used a few times since the 1960s.

It was a polar launch, which means more people in South Florida can see it. Future nightly launches will have the same effect.

“There will be great views. “It’s going to really help South Florida people better understand that they’re part of Florida’s space program,” Ketcham said.

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