Falcon 9 goes into space tomorrow! See the latest details before launch!
Falcon 9 goes into space tomorrow! A new SpaceX mission with Falcon 9 is scheduled for tomorrow, January 13, 2022, a very busy day in space, because there will be a lot of countries that will carry something in space tomorrow, more exactly: 20 countries. The second SpaceX flight of this year is expected to be on January 13, 2022, at 15:25 UTC from SLC-40, Cape Canaveral SFS, Florida, USA, expecting the takeoff to be a success.
Tomorrow in Florida, there will be around 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius), a 40% chance of precipitation, and Humidity of 65%. Thus, if no storm starts, the launch should work perfectly. If it goes well, it will be the second successful SpaceX mission of the year and the 137th mission that Falcon 9 has to accomplish and it will be the 145th SpaceX mission. Tomorrow's mission will be called Falcon 9 Block 5 Transporter 3.
Transporter 3 is one of SpaceX's most important missions, as it will take 34 missions from 20 different countries around the world into space.
This Transporter 3 mission was dedicated to transporting several objects once in space, the Falcon 9 being adapted for this mission.
The mission will be launched through the SpaceX program, SmallSat Rideshare provides small satellite operators with regularly scheduled, dedicated Falcon 9 rideshare missions to SSO for ESPA class payloads, SpaceX asking for each mission at the price up to $ 1 million including up to 200 kg payload.
The launch will be broadcast live on the SpaceX website, SpaceX youtube, and Bailey Universe tomorrow, January 13, 2022.
More data about Falcon 9:
- Payload to LEO: 22,800 kg
- Payload to GTO: 8,300 kg
- Rocket Height: 70.0 m
- Fairing Height: 13.0 m
- Fairing Diameter: 5.2 m
- Success Rate: 98.2%
- Price: $50.0 million