58 Starlink satellites and 3 SkySats for a company called Planet were on board the Falcon 9 rocket. It launched at 5:21 A.M. from Cape Canaveral. About 12 minutes later, Planet's SkySats were deployed. The Starlink satellites were deployed about 26 minutes after liftoff.
After separating from it's load, what was left of the Falcon 9 touched down on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship that's stationed in the Atlantic Ocean. Parts of this Falcon 9 rocket have been used for two previous missions.
The next SpaceX Starlink launch is scheduled for next Monday, June 22. It will be the 10th mission to bring satellites into space. The Falcon 9 rocket is set to launch at 6:20 p.m. from Kennedy Space Center.
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