SpaceX Completed the Rocket “Carpooling” Mission, Sending 90 Payloads to the Space

SpaceX completed the Transporter-9 “carpooling” mission via the Falcon 9 launch vehicle on Saturday (November 11). The first stage of the rocket returned to the ground about 7.5 minutes after liftoff. , and completed a vertical landing at Vandenberg.

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According to SpaceX’s mission description, this is the 12th launch and landing of this booster.

According to the mission description, the mission carries 90 payloads to serve a variety of customers, “including CubeSats, microsatellites and orbital transfer vehicles that will deploy the spacecraft at a later time.” Deployed to low Earth orbit within 54 to 85.5 minutes of launch.

While 90 payloads is certainly a lot, it doesn’t exceed the previous record. SpaceX’s Transporter-1 mission launched 143 satellites into orbit in January 2023, and the Transporter-6 mission launched in January last year also carried 114 satellites.

Data shows that Transporter-9 is SpaceX’s 82nd launch mission in 2023, breaking the company’s record for the number of launches in a single year (Naijatechnews Note: a total of 61 launches in 2023). It is expected that more launches will be launched in the next more than a month. Records will be refreshed continuously.


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