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SpaceX is ready for its next mission AMOS-17.


SpaceX is ready for its next mission AMOS-17.

This year has been great for SpaceX, the workhors rocket and Falcon 9 of SpaceX have been a successful year for launch. Spacex’s rocket Falcon 9 has seven flight and seven successful landing  Now SpaceX is ready for its next mission AMOS-17.  The same spacex has confirmed, where is the ceo elon musk of spaceX,
  That static fire examination of Falcon 9 has been completed, and the same data was being assessed,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The successful static fire examination of Spacex is not considered a large milestone, because another Falcon 9 rocket was destroyed by the AMOS-6 satellite on September 1, 2016, as a result of the discrepancy during the static fire test, the launch of the launch of the interface of the launch of the static fire test, the projection of the laboratory. The race was in the part of the SLC-40 along with the nose cone. The eaten cost of this satellite was $ 200 million (USD). If this 70 is the spacecraft success, then this success can install a faith in spacecom and spacecraft. And yet the EMOS space has not been the pre-testing of the space. The spacecher will use the floor 9 blocks 5 booster for the ACO-17 launch. If the space is confirmed by the B1047.2, the space will be a sanding, the space will be a sanding, but space will be a sacrifice of space, it will launch a landing effort to spacecox.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The new satellite, known as AMOS-17, would provide telecommunications access to the Middle East, Africa and Europe and eventually end up in a geostationary orbit around the Earth.  The booster has been used twice in July and November 2018, but will not be recycled like its previous two flights.  Instead, it is likely to end in the ocean.  Weather forecast for the launch of AMOS-17 seems to be as appealing as the CRS-18 during the recent 25th launch of SpaceX.  CRS-18 was scanned at one time prior to the launch.  The AMOS-17 Comsat launch has a relatively cool ~ 90-minute window, which will give SpaceX much better shots in ‘threading’.  To ensure safe orbital delivery of AMOS-17.  Around 6500 kg (14,300 lb) fully fueled, the AMOS-17 is a relatively large geostationary communications satellite built by Boeing.