Central California to Experience Sonic Boom at the Launch of Falcon 9 SAOCOM 1A launch

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Stuti Nandan
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As per the information provided, Vandenberg is scheduled to support a launch of the SAOCOM 1A satellite on SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Saturday, Oct 6 at 7:21 pm from Space Launch Complex-4E.

SpaceX is attempting a secondary mission for landing the first stage of the Falcon 9 rocket landing zone 4. This was previously called SLC-4W at Vandenberg Air Force Base, which would be SpaceX’s first landing attempt.

The local residents of Central California might experience the first stage of Falcon 8 returning at Vandenberg Air Force Base, including multiple engine burns associated with landing.

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While the landing attempt will take place, the residents of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties may hear one or many sonic booms. A sonic boom is a sound that is related to the shock waves from an aircraft or any heavy vehicle traveling faster than the speed of sound. It also generates a sound which alike an explosion or thunder.
All of this sonic experience will depend on the weather condition and other things too.

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