The Heavy Falcon rocket will commence its third mission between 11:30 p.m of 24 June to 2:30 am of 25 June.
The publication notes that we are talking about short switching of the power units of the Central unit and a pair of side boosters of the medium, which is supposed to start June 24 in the interests of the air force (USAF) US.
The STP-2 mission includes technologies developed by several organizations, including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA, ) DoD research laboratories, several universities and NASA-which is sending up four payloads.
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This mission, dubbed STP-2 for the Department of Defense's Space Test Program-2, is kind of like an UberPool for space companies.
The reusable spacecraft has had two prior missions.
NASA says the atomic clock can eliminate spacecraft time errors down to 1 microsecond per decade.
"This new capability could forever change the way we conduct deep-space navigation - by eliminating the need to "turn signals around" for tracking", according to NASA.gov.
Noon - NASA prelaunch technology TV show from Kennedy. However, as is often the case with rocket launches, weather can delay things a bit or even push the launch back to a later date.
While everyone is excited for the big day, we had the chance of receiving a sneak peek from the STP-2 mission showrunners. At that point, the Air Force's Demonstration and Science Experiments - DSX - satellite will be deployed to characterize the space radiation environment and its effects on sensitive electronics. The satellite containing the capsules will then be launched into space once the Falcon Heavy reaches its orbital goal.
LightSail 2 is a small spacecraft, known as a CubeSat, which will further test a propulsion system using a large sunlight-powered sail. Among the various satellites and instruments being carried into orbit by SpaceX this evening is a collection of "spaceflight memorials" by a company called Celestis.
Monday's launch will mark the third flight for the Falcon Heavy and the first one carrying more than one satellite.