SpaceX launches 143 satellites into space at once

SpaceX, the American manufacturer of rockets, satellites and space shuttles, launched 143 satellites at a time into space as part of the Transporter-1 mission.

According to the statement made by SpaceX, the Transporter-1 mission, which yesterday was delayed due to adverse weather conditions, was carried out successfully from Cape Canaveral Base in Florida, USA.

SpaceX sent the Falcon 9 rocket, which will carry 143 satellites into space at a time, as part of the Transporter-1 mission.

In this context, 143 small satellites will be put into orbit, including 133 commercial and state satellites and 10 Starlink satellites.

The company announced that the Starlink satellites on the rocket will be the first satellites to be placed in polar orbit.

SpaceX has developed the Indian record of sending 104 satellites into orbit with 143 satellites sent at a time.

SpaceX plans to establish a network of 12,000 satellites in Earth orbit with Starlink satellites. The project is slated for completion in 2027.



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