SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32
November 12, 2022 11:06 am
Space Launch Complex 40 • Cape Canaveral Space Station
Updated: November 7, 2022
With the next subtropical storm Nicole expected, SpaceX’s Intelsat G-31/G-32 launch will miss the launch opportunity tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8.
Please note that your Transport Ticket (LTT) is valid for the next attempt and no action is required on your part.
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Galaxy 31 (G-31) and Galaxy 32 (G-32) are the next satellites in Intelsat’s comprehensive Galaxy fleet modernization plan, a new generation of technology that will provide Intelsat Media’s North American customers with high-performance multimedia distribution system capabilities and an unparalleled breakthrough. cable heads. The Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32 are critical to Intelsat’s C-band filtering strategy in the US.
Launch of the show:
Feel the excitement as you watch a Falcon 9 rocket launch from one of the following locations:
Rocket launch: NET November 12, 2022 | SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32
North Atlantis in the garden
It is located on the left as it approaches Space Shuttle Atlantis®
- Watch the rocket as soon as it crosses the tree line
- Approximately 7.5 miles / 12 kilometers from the launch pad
- The viewing area opens at 9.30am.
- Included with access to the visitor complex
- Start audio, video and call feedback available
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