November 28, 2022

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Falcon Heavy will launch on Tuesday morning

Falcon Heavy will launch on Tuesday morning

There has been such an increase in the firing of missiles from the head, it has become almost routine. But Tuesday’s SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch is nothing out of the ordinary, we haven’t seen a single launch since 2019 mainly because the Falcon Heavy’s payload is too big and too expensive. Defense and NASA, preparing to carry them out, the wait is finally over. A heavy vehicle will lift off from Kennedy Space Center Tuesday morning at 9:41 am with the power of three Falcon 9 rockets. Two of the boosters will return to Earth in spectacular fashion. WESH 2 will broadcast the above launch. “Now they’ve mastered it into an art. And they’re not only going to bring in one rocket booster, but they’re going to bring back two rockets at the same time. Many people will land side by side in an amazing engineering spectacle to see it happen,” said Phil Metzger of the Florida Space Institute at UCF. But more than that, because there’s a great view of the two boosters arriving right at the tip of the head. Tim Dean drove from Georgia to watch its first launch. He waited for the Falcon Heavy to be a hit.” That’s why I’ll be here. Instead of Titusville or something like that. I want to see them both go down at the same time. “This is very exciting,” Dean said. If you’re in the area, expect to hear a double bang when the boosters come to land. What do the predictions look like? Almost perfect for shooting.

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There has been such an increase in the firing of missiles from the head, it has become almost routine. But Tuesday’s SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch is nothing out of the ordinary.

We haven’t seen a single launch since 2019 mainly because the Falcon Heavy’s payload is too big and too expensive.

The gap between launches was for the two main customers, the Department of Defense and NASA, to prepare their payloads.

The wait is finally over. A heavy vehicle will lift off from Kennedy Space Center Tuesday morning at 9:41 am with the power of three Falcon 9 rockets. Two of the boosters will return to Earth in spectacular fashion. WESH 2 will broadcast the above launch.

“Now they’ve mastered it into an art. And they’re not just going to bring in one rocket booster, but they’re going to bring back two rockets at the same time. They’re going to land side by side in an amazing engineering landscape to see it happen,” said Phil Metzger of the Florida Space Institute at UCF.

Lots of people will head to Jetty Park where you can watch the launch from the Kennedy Space Center, but more than that, because there’s a great view of the two boosters going right up to the top of the head.

Tim Dean drove from Georgia to watch his first launch. Wait to be a heavy hawk.

“That’s why I’ll be here. Instead of Titusville or something. I want to see them both go down at the same time,” Dean said.

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If you’re in the area, expect to hear a double bang as the boosters come to land.

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What do the predictions look like? Almost perfect for shooting.

This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, on their website.