A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will launch on its record-tying 14th mission Saturday (Nov. 12), and you can watch the action live.

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SpaceX is booked to send off Intelsat's Universe 31 and Cosmic system 32 satellites on board a Hawk 9 rocket on Saturday from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Power Station during a two-hour window that opens at 11:06 a.m. EST (1606 GMT)

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You can observe live here at Space.com, graciousness of SpaceX, or straightforwardly through the organization (opens in new tab)

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It will be the fourteenth takeoff for this Hawk 9's most memorable stage, tying a SpaceX record. 

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The promoter likewise assisted space With demoing 2, SpaceX's very first space traveler flight, in May 2020; the RADARSAT Heavenly body Mission

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 the SXM-7 rocket for SiriusXM; and 10 major bunches of SpaceX's Starlink satellites, the organization wrote in a mission portrayal (opens in new tab).

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This will apparently be the booster's final flight, however; SpaceX's mission description says nothing about the rocket coming back to Earth for a safe landing.

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If all goes according to plan, Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32 will be deployed into geosynchronous transfer orbit about 33 minutes and 38 minutes after liftoff, respectively.

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Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32 will replace older North American-focused satellites in geosynchronous orbit, meaning they will remain consistently above one area of Earth.

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At the time, Intelsat officials said the two Galaxy satellites will provide fresh capabilities in C-band, a radio frequency range that Galaxy 31 and 32 will also use.

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