The 53 Starlink satellites will be launched from the Space Launch Complex 40 at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. This is the second Starlink launch the company has performed in 24 hours, with the previous launch occurring yesterday.

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  • What to expect from the launch
  • How to watch the launch

Today's launch will be streamed, with the exciting landing of the rocket's first stage booster, and we have information on how you can watch it at home.

The Starlink constellation is intended to provide global broadband internet access for subscribers. It is possible to get reliable and fast internet access even in areas with poor broadband coverage by using satellites.

During the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the eruption of a volcano in Tonga, Starlink was able to provide internet in emergency situations.

As many as 42,000 Starlink satellites are expected to be launched by the end of the year. The company regularly adds to this number by launching its Starlink flights using its Falcon 9 rocket, such as the launch yesterday which you can see highlights of below:


— SpaceX (@SpaceX) May 13, 2022

Today's launch will follow a similar pattern, with launch preparations and liftoff followed by deployment of the satellites. The first stage of the rocket is called the booster and is used to return the rocket to Earth. Just Read the Instructions will catch the booster in the Atlantic Ocean.

How to watch the launch

The catch of the booster will be streamed by the company. The launch is scheduled for 4:30 pm. The time is 1:44 p.m. If the weather is bad, there is another chance at 4:12 p.m. on Saturday, May 14. The time is 1:12 p.m. On Sunday, May 15.

Coverage will start around 10 minutes before the launch. The time is 1:45 p.m. It was at the time. You can either watch on the video embedded at the top of the page or on the video channel on the SpaceX website.

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