Record Of Sending 143 Satellites in One Rocket
SpaceX company, which launched a few years ago, has set a record for sending 143 satellites from a rocket into orbit. Under the Transporter One mission, the Falcon Nine rocket booster flew from Cape Canaveral Space Station, with a satellite exactly like it. Were planted, just like things are kept in superstore cells. One minute after the rocket takes off, Falcon Nine Max Q escaped from rank 12 seconds, which is a dangerous duration of mechanical pressure.
Then the second engine start-up. Document 51 seconds later the load (satellite) part separated and the rocket landed on the ground which can be used again while the first stage of the rocket also did a power landing. Specs X has built this satellite under the Small Seat Ride Share Program The spelling of the transgenders. Their goal is to send a slightly limited but low-cost satellite into space in a single pursuit. This makes working on smaller satellite projects easier.
The load belonged to 133 satellites belonging to the US government and private companies, some included cube sets and micro-satellite. However, the ten major satellites belong to the Starlink program that will orbit in the polar orbit and thereby provide global Internet access. Should be done Gee