What is Space X’s launch schedule for June 2024? | Space

Space X will start the summer off with a bang. The space exploration company has planned various launches next month.

These vary from Starlink Missions, which will help bolster and expand the satellite internet service, to the first mission of the Polaris program, which will include the company’s first commercial spacewalk.

These two Starlink missions have had a launch date set, but various others are still expected to take place in June, but no date has been assigned:

  • Starlink Group 6-64 Mission on 1 June, 2024 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station
  • Starlink Group 8-5 Mission on 4 June, 2024 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station

Early in the month, on 5 June, Space X planned the Integrated Flight Test 4 Mission. The mission will launch from Starbase in Texas at 7:00 am CDT.

Advancements on the Polaris Dawn Mission

The Polaris Dawn Mission, which includes the spacewalk, will take off from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Overview in mid-June, according to RocketLaunch.org. The website dedicated to the program describes it as “a first-of-its-kind effort to rapidly advance human spaceflight capabilities while continuing to raise funds and awareness for important causes here on Earth.” The name is inspired by the constellation, which “has been a guiding light throughout human history to help navigate the world around us and the sky above.” The project’s…

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