News Archive / Tagged: B1051
SpaceX Falcon 9 launches Galaxy 31, 32 satellitesTheresa CrossNovember 12th, 2022
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket left Earth with two telecommunication satellites, Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32, from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
More Starlink satellites lofted by SpaceX during late night launchTheresa CrossMarch 19th, 2022
A SpaceX Falcon 9 left Florida’s Space Coast delivering another round of satellites to the company’s Starlink internet constellation.
Falcon 9 booster flies record 10th time for Starlink missionTheresa CrossMay 9th, 2021
An early morning launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket filled the Florida skies as the company continues its aggressive pace of global internet coverage.
SpaceX launch cadence sees two Falcon 9 boosters in port for first timeTheresa CrossMarch 20th, 2021
SpaceX reached another significant ‘high cadence capability’ milestone this week, when two of their Falcon 9 first stage boosters were seen to be present and in the initial steps of post-flight processing at the Port Canaveral dock.
Booster B1051 welcomed home for a sixth timeSean CostelloOctober 21st, 2020
The Falcon 9 first stage booster used to lift the most recent batch of Starlink satellites has entered Port Canaveral, arriving in the early morning light of October 21, 2020.
Inter-satellite laser communications improving Starlink performance, as SpaceX expands constellationTheresa CrossOctober 18th, 2020
SpaceX launched its fourteenth batch of Starlink satellites from Cape Canaveral’s LC-39A, at 8:25 a.m. EDT, October 18, 2020, flying into blue Florida skies atop a Falcon9 booster flying for its sixth time.
Booster B1051 in port following Starlink-6 flightTheresa CrossApril 26th, 2020
Booster B1051.4 returned to Port Canaveral on April 26, sailing into port slightly delayed relative to previous returns but looking good on the deck of the autonomous drone ship, Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY).
Successful launch, landing for SpaceX Starlink-6 missionTheresa CrossApril 23rd, 2020
SpaceX successfully launched their next 60 Starlink satellites, lifting off at 3:30pm (EDT) on April 22 from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex (LC-) 39A.