Rocket Launch: August 18, 2020 10:31 AM ET | SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink-10 (11th mission)Aug 18, 2020 10:31 AM Kennedy Space Center LC-39A SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink-10 (11th mission)
SpaceX is scheduled to launch the 11th mission of the constellation of networked satellites known as Starlink. The goal of Starlink is to create a network that will help provide internet services to those who are not yet connected, and to provide reliable and affordable internet across the globe. Riding along with Starlink satellites payload on this mission are three SkySat Earth-imaging satellites for Planet.
Join us to witness the next Starlink launch. Launch viewing is available from the following location:
NORTH ATLANTIS LAWN
- Approximately 6.7 miles/10.8 kilometers from launch pad.
- Included with entry to the visitor complex.
- Bleacher seating and launch commentary with access to restrooms.
- Opens at 9:15 AM with launch video feed.
- BUY ADMISSION
Be sure to arrive early and prepare for increased attendance and traffic on launch days. The visitor complex will open early at 9:00 AM for launch viewing. Plan ahead for traffic, parking, temperature check lines and security screening. The viewing location and the available bleacher seating is first come, first served. The Explore More admission ticket is not a launch viewing ticket. The ticket is date specific and is not transferable between days. Launch date, time, and viewing opportunities are subject to change.
As part of our commitment to creating a Trusted Space for our guests and employees, measures and procedures are in place including limiting attendance, requiring face coverings and temperature checks, accommodating social distancing and increasing the frequency of sanitization. Learn more about the visitor complex's commitment to creating a trusted space for you and your crew.
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Availability of upcoming viewing opportunities is dependent upon the scheduled launch time and is subject to NASA and U.S. Air Force approval. Launch date, time, and viewing opportunities are subject to change. Launches can be affected by technical and mechanical issues as well as range operations and weather, either in advance or at the last minute.