SpaceX launches transporter-4 smallsat rideshare

SpaceX’s Transporter-4 Falcon 9 launches 40 satellites into space from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. Found: Theresa Cross / Spaceflight Insider

SpaceX’s Transporter-4 dedicated small rideshare mission lifted 40 payloads in a polar orbit off Florida.

The launch will take place on a Falcon 9 at 12:24 pm EDT (16:24 UTC) April 1, 2022, from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

The visibility of the Transporter-4 satellites in the payroll will be fixed prior to launch.  Available: SpaceX

The visibility of the Transporter-4 satellites in the payroll will be fixed prior to launch. Available: SpaceX

This spacecraft includes CubeSats, microsats, picosats, an orbital spacecraft and a spacecraft, such as SpaceX.

The 40 encapsulated spacecraft in Falcon 9, left Earth for Sun-synchronous orbit marking the seventh flight of the first B1061 spacecraft, which landed on the SpaceX drone spacecraft “Just Read The Instructions “about 330 miles (532 kilometers) below Cape Canaveral.

SpaceX will attempt to return the twins used to load cargo on Falcon 9.

Today’s release marks the fourth time SpaceX has dedicated small rideshare cruises for its customers, one of which, in turn, has flown the first satellites on the Transporter-3 mission.

The charge will be based on 90 minutes of flight time after it reaches its designated Sun-synchronous orbit.

The release of 40 charges with satellites from Exolaunch, D-Orbit, SPACELUST, Satellogic, will be decided by the requirements of the customer and the installation of the satellite.

Omnispace is announcing prototypes for a new constellation to provide 5G network.

Satellogic was previously launched on Transporter-3 and now has five satellites on Transporter-4 with the big difference being the increased supply on board and their scalability.

In addition, SPACELUST, operated by D-Orbit, used an ion propulsion transmission aircraft to bring its CubeSats into their orbits.

A long demonstration of the Transporter-4 liftoff.  Found: Theresa Cross / Spaceflight Insider

A long demonstration of the Transporter-4 liftoff. Found: Theresa Cross / Spaceflight Insider

The video is by SpaceX

Presented by: B1061 Cape Canaveral Space Force Station Falcon 9 Space Launch Complex 40 SpaceX Transporter-4

Theresa Cross

Theresa Cross grew up on the Space Coast. It is common to develop a desire for something “Space” and its quest. During these founding years, he also recognized a talent and a love of explaining the differences and complexities in people, nature, and machines. From a family of photographers – including her father and son, Theresa began writing her own world through photography at a young age. As an adult, he has shown the ability to truly combine the desires of his heart and his love of technology to give his work a unique and artistic presentation. . Theresa has a background in water chemistry, water energy, and business ethics.

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