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SpaceX F9 - Starlink Group 6-28 - SLC-40


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Jan 31, 2012
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Launch Date: November 18
Launch Window: 1:47AM EST (10:47PM PST on the 21st, 06:47 UTC on the 22nd)
Launch site: SLC-40, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station (CCSFS), Florida
Core Booster Recovery: ASDS
Booster: B1069.11
Fairings: Reused
Mass: 23 Starlink 2.0 mini Satellites
Orbit: LEO
Yearly Launch Number: 82

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch the 118th group of satellites for SpaceX’s Starlink broadband network, a mission designated Starlink 6-28. The Starlink Group 6-28 mission is a V2 mini launch to their second generation constellation.

The Starlink Group 6-28 mission is headed to the 43º inclination shell of Starlink's second generation constellation. Satellites in this shell will be orbiting Earth in a 530km circular orbit at 43º inclination. This mission will carry 23 Starlink v2 Mini satellites into a 344x353km 43° orbit and from there they'll raise their orbits to operational altitude.

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