SpaceX is going to launch a German radar satellite today, which will be launched via its Falcon 9 rocket. This event of the company has been said to be livestream. The launch is scheduled for Saturday at 10 a.m. ET. It will be launched from Space Launch Complex 4 East of Vandenberg Space Force Base which is located in California.
In the event, the Falcon 9 rocket will carry a satellite named SARah-1 and drop it into orbit. The satellite has been made by the German company Airbus for the German military. These radars will monitor the Earth from satellite space and create satellite imagery. The launch will be livestreamed as SpaceX has already done. Pre-lift off preparations will also be shown in the livestream. These will also include preparation for the first and second stage. The landing of the first stage booster will also be shown live.
You can watch this launch through internet. Coverage will start 10 minutes before launch. Its timing has been kept at 10 am (ET). You can watch this event on SpaceX’s YouTube channel. For this, we have also given the link of YouTube video in this news. A day before this, the company has also launched the satellite on Friday. It has been called Starlink 4-19. The company successfully carried out the 13th flight of the Falcon 9. Company’s launch event official website You can also watch live by visiting
After the success of Friday’s launch, SpaceX is eyeing Saturday’s launch. Under this, the Synthetic Aperture Radar Remote Sensing Satellite SARah 1 is to be launched for the German Army. It is made by Airbus. This liftoff is scheduled for Saturday at 10 am local time. Under the third launch, the Globalstar FM15 communication satellite is to be sent into space. It will be launched on June 19 at 12:30 pm. The live telecast of all three launches has been said to be shown by the company.