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SpaceX FALCON 9 has been launched and sets the record, both the fairing halves caught for the first time...

A Falcon 9 rocket of SpaceX has been launched from the Cape Canaveral Air force station, on Monday, in the Florida, carrying Anasis-II, a satellite of south Korean military. Launches of the workhorse rocket booster are now becoming the fairly routine, but this one was a notable for the two reason, The first reason is, it was the fastest turnaround time for the rocket reuse, and the second reason is, both the fairing halves were captured for the first time.
Spacex's falcon 9 launch

After launching the Anasis-II, The SpaceX now 12th launch this year, The 90th flight of the Falcon-9 rocket and the second overall for this particular booster. In May the booster was first flown to deliver the NASA Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken to the ( ISS ) that is International Space Station.This is the first time that commercial company has done so. '' THE ERGO '', it's got some history. If you want to know about the spacex's starship mission (starship launch) than click 

It's also means that the SpaceX company has broken it's own record for rocket re-usability. This rocket is the fastest turnaround between the mission for the Falcon-9 rocket booster, with the Anasis-II booster having flown only 51 days ago.

In the addition, SpaceX company had long sought to captured the both fairing halves -- The pieces that makes p the Falcon-9 rocket nosecone before they land in the ocean. There are two ships, Ms. Tree and Ms. Chief, stationed in the Atlantic and adorned with the huge nets, and have the attempted catches with the varying degrees of the success. But the Anasis-II mission marks the first time both fairing halves were caught. If you want to get information about the milky way galaxy then click 👉( Milky way full information )

The SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk tweeted on Monday about this news
Elon musk tweeted that "both fairing halves caught from space bye @spacex ships!

The payload. Anasis-II is the satellite of South Korean's first military communication satellite. Because of its use in the military, there is not a lot of or there is mot much information about it so, except that it's based off the Eurostar E3000 satellite bus, according to the Everyday astronaut.


On Monday, 21st of July 2020, The SpaceX company had successfully launched the satellite of South Korean military with its Falcon 9 rocket, after a technical issue delayed liftoff last week.

The Anasis-II mission had lifted off into the blue skies at a time of 2:30 p.m. PT from the space launch complex 40 at Cape Canaveral air force station in Florida. '' Successful deploymnt of the satellite into the orbit, '' reported SpaceX.

The South Korean  satellite was actually or originally scheduled to launch on 14th july 2020, but SpaceX company pushed back blast-off '' to take a closer look at the second stage, swap hardware if needed '' just a day before launch.

Anasis-II is South Korea's first military communication satellite. According to the everyday astronaut, there is not much information about it, there are few information about it, due to its connection to the military, except that it is based on the Airbus's Euro-star E3000 satellite bus. According to the NASA the mass of Anasis-II is classified due to its military mission, but for reference, other E3000 satellite range from 4,500 to 6,500 kg at launch

Prior to the launch, i mean that, before to the launch, ( Sae Kyu Nam ), president of the South Korea's Agency for the Defense Development, regretted not personally attending the launch due to the corona virus ( COVID-19 ) crises. '' The God with us to pave a path towards the sky,'' he said while pressing his right arm into the air in an online broadcast, '' Falcon-9, Seize the future.''

The Anasis-II spacecraft was deployed approximately 32 minutes after liftoff. The SpaceX did not show the deployment of the satellite live on its webcast according to the customer's request, but did include a Verbal confirmtion on the Livestream.

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