A Falcon 9 rocket toting Eutelsat’s Hotbird 13G satellite is scheduled to blast off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Thursday at 1:22 a.m. EDT (10:52 am IST). As per the schedule, the Rocket carrying Hotbird 13G satellite unproblematically lifted off from the ground at (10:52 am IST) you can also watch the live stream on SpaceX’s official Twitter and YouTube page.
T+minus 15 minutes is what we can see on the official channel when writing. The effervescent voice behind the video of archetypal mission and payload specialists offers an exultation among space enthusiasts who wish to witness more booming satellite launch from the station.
Soon after the launch from Cape Canaveral with Eutelsat’s Hotbird 13F communications satellite, the Falcon 9’s first Booster was designated B1067 and splashed off on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean. The dedicated Booster has now carved its seventh landing on the earth. As of now, the first Booster has landed in the ocean as per the revised vision.
The Falcon 9 utmost stage successfully deployed Eutelsat’s Hotbird 13G communications satellite to the preliminary parking orbit, or geosynchronous transfer orbit, before another engine arrive to boost up the payload into a different trajectory.
About Hotbird 13g Satellite
The satellite stationing is scheduled at 1:58 am EDT, 11:28 IST. Hotbird 13G was harvested and reaped by Airbus defense and space. The communications satellite has been functioned by the Eutelsat, a France-based communication firm. The company is looking for new competitors, certainly not in the lights of the earth but wants to construct a shop in preliminary orbit, 35,900 kilometers above the terrestrial planet.
Soon after the deployment, the Hotbird 13G will have a grand entry to meet with its twin, Hotbird 13F, which blasted off to that patch of cosmic real estate to space on a Falcon 9 last month. The two spacecraft will conduct a tearful farewell to existing Hotbird satellites, obtaining quite a small sling of responsibility.
The Hotbird Satellite Brothers create a gigantic broadcasting system across Europe, delivering 1,000 television channels to more than 160 million TV homes in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Watch a live stream on the channel to witness the deployment of the Hotbird 13G satellite.