A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches 52 Starlink internet satellites from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Sept. 24, 2022.

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SpaceX launched another 52 of its Starlink internet satellites to orbit Saturday evening (Sept. 24) and also aced a rocket landing at sea.

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A Falcon 9 rocket crowned with fifty two Starlink spacecraft lifted off from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Saturday at 7:32 p.M. EDT (2332 GMT).

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Starting next year, SpaceX will begin launching Starlink Version 2 satellites, which will be much bigger and more capable than the current iteration.

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2 spacecraft could be capable of beam connectivity without delay to smartphones, and will accomplish that for T-Mobile clients via a venture referred to as "Coverage Above and Beyond

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Saturday's launch was SpaceX's 43rd orbital mission of 2022, adding to the company's single-year liftoff record.

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SpaceX's previous high for launches in a year was 31, achieved in 2021.

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This tale turned into up to date at 7:fifty five p.M. EDT on Sept. 24 with information of successful launch, rocket touchdown and satellite deploy.

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