The satellite launch that was previously set for Saturday, November 18, has been postponed to Sunday, November 19, according to SpaceX. The launch, which involves 22 Starlink satellites, is now scheduled for 10:33 p.m. on Sunday night from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
The Starlink satellites will be carried on a Falcon 9 rocket. During the launch, the rocket will produce a bright orange flame that will gradually diminish. As the flame dims, the vehicle’s exhaust plume will become visible. This plume can be seen with the naked eye for miles during the entire second stage burn.
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