Another Chance to Watch a Space X Rocket Launch Tonight, Which is Ready to be Visible Over the UK this Evening

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Tonight’s weather is all good to provide the perfect viewing state for watching a brief look of a rocket as it going to launch into space.

Space devoted fans will get yet another chance to watch a Space X rocket launch tonight, which is ready to be visible over the UK this evening.

SpaceX, the US space shipping company founded by one of the brilliant billionaire Elon Musk, is launching another batch of satellites on Thursday from the Kennedy Space Centre in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Now talking about the Falcon9 it is a reusable, tow stage rocket designed which is manufactured by SpaceX for the reliable and safe transport of people and payloads into earth orbits and beyond.

Falcon 9 is the world’s first and only orbital-class reusable rocket. Which reusability allows SpaceX to refly the most expensive parts of the rocket, which in turn drives down the cost of space approach.

Sitting on top of a Falcon 9 rocket, they will lift off from the same system which sent the Apollo astronauts into space at around 9.39 pm UK time (4.39 pm US time).

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The final moment of the space rocket and its cargo should be visible through the naked eye as it passes over the UK from West to East, according to website MeteorWatch.

Over the next few nights, you are also allowed to see the train of 60 Starlink satellites launched from the spacecraft – the latest batch to join the hundreds of communication satellites in low earth orbit. The aim of SpaceX company is to have thousands in the sky and provide global satellite internet access across the world.

Well, this is the latest launch by SpaceX, which has been busy recently. At the end of May, they had launched their first two astronauts into space to join the International Space Station.

And the name of these astronauts are Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley which were first astronauts to lift off from US soil since the end of the Space Shuttle program almost a decade ago.

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