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A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket is all set for launch at 9:41 a.m. from Kennedy Space Center Launchpad 39A on a US Space
Force mission, the first liftoff of the heavy-lift vehicle and triple-booster landing since 2019. The SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket that
will carry it on a covert mission for the US Space Force will carry two satellites, the first being TETRA and the second being a
microsatellite, both of which are in geosynchronous orbit. This nearly 230-foot-tall Falcon Heavy rocket consists of three side-by-side boosters,
with 27 Merlin engines capable of producing more than 5 million pounds of thrust. In 2018 this will be the fourth launch for the SpaceX
Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time ever, and after 3 years, the Space Coast will be hosting a lot of Falcon Heavy launches in the near future.
It will land simultaneously at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station with the vehicle's two side boosters 10 minutes after launch. It was told
that the boosters on both sides would land well at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station's Landing Zone 1 as well as Landing Zone 2.
It was reported that the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will be on a very secret mission for the US Space Force,
which will well carry two satellites, the first being TETRA and the second a microsatellite, which it is in geosynchronous orbit.