American billionaire Elon Musk is building the world of the future and his various companies are working towards it. Space- X , one of the most successful private companies in the field of space, has now set another record.
Space-X has launched three successful rockets within 36 hours. Let us tell you, all these rockets have also successfully returned to Earth after launch.
Two-stage Falcon 9 rocket launched from Florida
Information related to this rocket launch was given in the report of www.space.com . According to the report, a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket was launched on Sunday from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
This rocket carried the communication satellite of Louisiana company Globalstar to Earth orbit. About one hour and 50 minutes after launch, the satellite stabilized in its orbit and its communication tools are working properly.
Elon Musk congratulated in a tweet
Space-X CEO and Founder Elon Musk congratulated the company’s Falcon team in a tweet and informed about this achievement.
He wrote, ‘Congratulations to the Space-X Falcon team on three successful launches in two days.’ The company also informed about the success of its mission in a tweet and wrote, ‘Successful deployment of Globalstar FM15 is confirmed.’ Earlier, the company had also launched on June 17 and June 18.
53 Starlink Internet Satellites Shipped Last Week
On June 17, the company launched 53 satellites connected to its satellite Internet service Starlink from NASA ‘s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Apart from this, on June 18, Space-X also launched a radar satellite for the German military, which was launched from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
With these missions, the company has shown its potential and made a strong claim in the world of space.
Triple-launched for the second time this year
With the mission launched on Friday, SpaceX has set a new rocket-reuse record as the first-stage Falcon 9 carrying it will now be part of 12 launches.
According to Space-X, on Sunday, this Falcon 9 first stage flew for a space mission for the ninth time. Let us tell you, this is the second triple-launch from Space-X this year.
Earlier, the company had launched three consecutive missions between January 31 and February 3.
First company to make reusable rocket
Space-X is the first company to have developed a reusable rocket. Prior to this, rockets on space missions were destroyed and there was no way to bring them back to Earth or be used again.
Musk has reduced the cost of going to the space station by 90 percent with his Falcon rockets. Space-X, which was launched in 2002, has received a $1.6 billion contract from NASA.