SpaceX Launches 60 More Starlink Satellites on Thursday, Falcon 9 Booster Lands

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SpaceX successfully launched 60 more Starlink satellites into space on early Thursday morning at 12:13am PST/3:13am EST, from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Check out the night launch below:

You can check the Falcon 9 booster B1058 land below, on SpaceX’s autonomous drone ship Just Read the Instructions. It was this particular booster’s sixth consecutive successful launch and landing. SpaceX says this was the company’s 76th recovery of an orbital class rocket.

Below, you can see the 60 Starlink satellites deploy in space, eventually making their way to final destinations with its onboard ion thrusters:

According to Spaceflight Now, SpaceX has launched 1,265 Starlink satellites to date, while about 1,100 are in functioning, with the rest either failed spacecraft or test satellites.

The full Starlink Mission replay from this morning is below:

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