Starlink-2 ("v1.0 L1")
Falcon 9 launched the next 60 Starlink satellites as SpaceX prepares to offer broadband service in North America next year. SpaceX has increased the communications capabilities of this batch of satellites as they continue to iterate design upgrades.
The launch date was Monday, November 11, 2019 at 2:56 PM (UTC).
Monday, November 11, 2019
2:56 PM (UTC)
|Launch Time (Pad)||
10:56 AM (UTC-4)
Rocket eclipse. Better than the Mercury transit. Liftoff of Falcon 9 at 9:56am EST carrying the second Starlink mission. pic.twitter.com/Kyoh24KlOJ— Ben Cooper (@LaunchPhoto) November 11, 2019
Remotes are in for Starlink-1! Some failures on some cameras, but make the best with what you’ve got! pic.twitter.com/KGGab3Fvcv— Matt Haskell (@mhaskellphoto) November 11, 2019
On one of my Arabsat-6A remotes, a blade of grass laid just the wrong way to cover up Falcon Heavy. Not today! Today, the tall grasses at @SpaceX’s SLC-40 were perfect??— Trevor Mahlmann (@TrevorMahlmann) November 11, 2019
So happy with this shot!
⚙️/⬇️/?: https://t.co/509dv0FBnf pic.twitter.com/SiLDnICSmY