MIAMI SpaceX has launched a satellite with a powerful GPS technology from the United States Air Force in Cape Canaveral (Florida, USA) today and ended after four posthumous releases.
The Global Positioning System III satellite was removed from the platform of the 40th complex of the Cape Canaveral station owned by the Falcon 9 rocket at 8:51 local time (13:51 GMT) after four unsuccessful attempts. Saturday and bad weather should be postponed due to weather conditions.
The satellite, according to the company, will land the earth in orbit within two hours after its launch.
In 2018, SpaceX's GPS No. 21 is the first person to follow specifically with the United States Armed Forces and follow the National Security in the future.
GPS III, according to a private company, "offers placement, navigation and synchronization services that support vital operations in the United States and around the world."
According to the mission's nature, this time the company will not re-install a part of the rocket to reuse it. Because it was seen in other cases when he fell into a platform placed on the ocean.
The first day of the day, the fourth Tuesday and Saturday, on Tuesday morning and Wednesday, were delayed to verify the Falcon 9 racket sensors, while strong winds forced the plans to stop, while warning the tornado on Thursday and Saturday.
Partial closure of the administration, which began at midnight on Friday, would not affect the work of the day, given the fact that the US Department of Defense funds were issued. Approved until September 2019.