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SpaceX Falcon Heavy USSF-44Nov 01, 2022 09:40 AM Launch Complex 39A • Kennedy Space Center
It's been more than 40 months since the last Falcon Heavy launch! Make sure to reserve your spot to see the mighty rocket take flight.
A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch the USSF-44 mission for the U.S. Space Force. The mission is expected to deploy two spacecraft payloads directly into geosynchronous orbit, one of which is the TETRA 1 microsatellite.
For this launch, the Falcon Heavy's two side boosters will land on landing zone 1 and landing zone 2 at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, and the core stage will be expended. During this double landing, you will be able to see the boosters descend back towards the landing zones, like seen in the video below, and then experience a double sonic boom from their re-entry.
Visitor complex parking will open at 4:30 AM. The entry gates will open at 5:00 AM. Plan to arrive early and for increased traffic in to the visitor complex.
Feel the rumble of the Falcon Heavy rocket from one of the following viewing locations:
ROCKET LAUNCH: SpaceX Falcon Heavy USSF-44 | November 1, 2022
MAIN VISITOR COMPLEX
Launch Viewing with admission
Viewing from the main visitor complex is included with admission. You will see the launch as soon as the rocket clears the tree line.
WHERE: Main Visitor Complex
DISTANCE: Approximately 7.5 miles/12 kilometers from the launch pad
PRICE: Included with daily admission
- Live launch commentary with audio, located at designated viewing areas
- Access to all available exhibits, shows, and attractions located at the main visitor complex that are included with admission
We highly recommend you pre-purchase your admission ticket(s) online and ahead of time. Capacity is limited.
Refunds on admission will not be offered in the event of a scrub or delay.
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