SpaceX Falcon blasted off the Eutelsat 10B satellite from the launch station Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in coastal Florida at exactly 9:57 p.m. EST (08:27 a.m. IST). The deployment of Eutelsat 10B was confirmed a few minutes ago by the official SpaceX Twitter page; the launch was postponed earlier due to brook some more time to check the Falcon 9 Rocket.
The Eutelsat 10B launch makes SpaceX mark the 53rd launch this year, 2022, which is slated to be the most wonderstruck act done by Elon Musk’s SpaceX, a massive shift for the person in the paper Elon Musk, who is sprinting on the mountain where he supposed to use shillelagh to climb the hefty cliffs.
SpaceX targets communication satellites as the demands of the satellites mushrooms bit by bit. This will be the 11th launch for this Falcon 9 first stage. Falcon 9 is placed in the Eutelsat 10B into the geostationary transfer orbit. The satellite is going to make its entry into a geosynchronous rotation.
Eutelsat 10B carries a high-capacity communications payload in the Ku-band “in the busiest airway and sea traffic zones” over the North Atlantic, Europe, the Mediterranean basin, and the Middle East. The second Ku-band payload will make things go on the track for the Atlantic Ocean, Africa, and the Indian Ocean.
In addition, the satellite also takes off with two wide beam C- and Ku-band payloads already hired customers upon Eutelsat 10A. The new satellite will replace the vintage place of the 12-year-old Eutelsat 10A.