SpaceX sends communications satellite into orbit

SpaceX sends communications satellite into orbit

The Falcon-9 rocket, owned by the US space transportation company SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, successfully launched the communication satellite into orbit within the framework of the IS-40 mission.

SpaceX, the space transportation company owned by US businessman Elon Musk, sent a communications satellite into orbit.

The Falcon-9 rocket, carrying the high geostationary communications satellite Intelsat-40e to provide coverage to users in North America, has been successfully launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Base in Florida.

It has been learned that Intelsat-40e, which weighs approximately 5,440 kilograms, produced by Maxar Technologies, will host the NASA vehicle TEMPO, which will measure air pollution in North America with high resolution and hourly, within the scope of this mission.

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