SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31 / G-32
November 12, 2022 11:06 AM
Space Launch Complex 40 • Cape Canaveral Space Station
Updated: November 7, 2022
With the upcoming Subtropical Storm Nicole predicted, SpaceX’s launch of the Intelsat G-31/G-32 is giving up the launch opportunity for tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8.
Please note that your LTT ticket is valid for the next attempt and no action is required on your part.
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Galaxy 31 (G-31) and Galaxy 32 (G-32) are the next satellites in Intelsat’s comprehensive Galaxy fleet modernization plan, a new generation of technology that will provide Intelsat Media customers in North America with high-performance media distribution capabilities and unparalleled breakthrough. cable heads. The Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32 are essential to Intelsat’s C-band filtering strategy in the US.
Feel the excitement as you watch the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from one of the following locations:
Rocket launch: NET November 12, 2022 | SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31 / G-32
Atlantis North in the garden
It is located on the left when approaching the space shuttle Atlantis®
- Look at the rocket as soon as it clears the tree line
- About 7.5 miles / 12 kilometers from the launch pad
- Viewing area opens at 9:30 a.m.
- Included with entry to the visitor complex
- Launch audio, video and caller commentary available
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