You can watch the live launch of OneWeb's internet satellites on Sunday night by clicking here.
A rocket with 40 OneWeb's broadband satellites is scheduled to lift off on Sunday at 11:55pm. On January 9th, the time is 1:45 pm
You can watch it live at Space.com or directly from the company. About 15 minutes before launch, coverage will start.
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The first stage of the Falcon 9 will come back to Earth about eight minutes after launch.
It will be the second landing for this particular booster, which was used in theCRS-26 mission to the International Space Station.
The 40 OneWeb satellites will be carried by the upper stage of the falcon 9. After the liftoff, the spacecraft will be deployed over a 37 minute period.
OneWeb is building a network of satellites that will give internet service to customers around the world. The company has lofted more than 500 of those spaceships, mostly on Russian-built Soyuz rockets.
OneWeb was forced to find other rocket rides after the Russian partnership with Arianespace ended. The Indian Space Research Organisation's commercial arm signed launch deals with OneWeb.
Thirty-six of OneWeb's satellites went up on an Indian launch vehicle in October, and another 40 were lofted last month.
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