SpaceX successfully launches satellite as part of NRL-108 mission The launch, which had been scheduled to be postponed twice earlier, was attempted once again yesterday. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
While claiming that the satellite belongs to the US National Reconnaissance Office, some sources say it sent a spy satellite. The lack of information about the technical details of the satellite also strengthens the suspicion that the satellite is a gray satellite.
SpaceX successfully completes NRL-108 mission
The final launch of the SpaceX 2020 has been successfully completed. With 26 launch missions in 2020, SpaceX is proving to be one of the most successful companies in the industry. Unlike the previous 2 attempts, the launch was planned without any problems.
The launch, disconnection, and landing process, which took a total of 8 minutes and 25 seconds, was sufficient to successfully complete the SpaceXNRL-108 mission. After taking off and reaching the required height, the Falcon 9 rocket took off from the satellite. The rocket then began the return process and reached its destination in no time. You can see how the process works in the image published by SpaceX.
The video for the launch has also been posted on SpaceX X’s YouTube channel. Along with the Falcon 9 rocket, the Turksat 5A satellite will also be launched into space.
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