Flying for the first time: Will Space One’s KAIROS rocket launch successfully? – TWIRL #154 | Space

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We have plenty of missions coming up this week but the one you want to watch out for is Space One’s KAIROS launching for the first time. Not only do we get to see a brand new rocket take off for the first time but it’s also taking off from a private space port which is a bit unusual.

Sunday, 3 March

  • Who: SpaceX
  • What: Falcon 9
  • When: 4:16 a.m. UTC
  • Where: Florida, US
  • Why: SpaceX will be launching a Falcon 9 rocket carrying a Crew Dragon spacecraft with several astronauts aboard as part of NASA’s commercial crew programme. The crew includes NASA astronauts Matthew Dominick, Michael Barratt, Jeanette Epps and cosmonaut Aleksandr Grebyonkin. You may remember this mission mentioned last week but it got delayed.

Monday, 4 March

  • Who: SpaceX
  • What: Falcon 9
  • When: 12:19 – 4:50 a.m. UTC
  • Where: Florida, US
  • Why: SpaceX will use a Falcon 9 to launch 24 Starlink satellites into a low Earth orbit. This group is known as Starlink Group 6-41 just in case you want to try spotting them in the night sky with the assistance of apps like ISS Detector. These Starlink satellites will beam internet connectivity to customers on Earth.

  • Who: SpaceX
  • What: Falcon 9
  • When: 9:04 p.m. UTC
  • Where: California, US
  • Why: SpaceX will launch yet another Falcon 9 rocket as part of its Transporter-10 rideshare mission. It will go into a Sun-synchronous orbit where it will deploys several payloads include the…

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