SpaceX Launched Falcon 9 Rocket: Awestruck Pics Here!

Maricris Jose
11:34 AM

A blaze of dazzle in the skies over California left the people in awe.  This overwhelming scene was conveyed by SpaceX’s final launch for this year, the Falcon 9 Rocket blastoff.

Falcon 9 Rocket Launch

According to latest tech news today, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base at 5:27 p.m. It is transporting 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit. The said satellites will be part of a constellation run by Iridium Communications. All the ten satellites were successfully installed, with the last one deploying at about 1 hour and 12 minutes after takeoff. It can be recalled that the rocket’s first stage was formerly used for the duration of a mission in June.

Moreover, CBS News 8 has learned that SpaceX stated that the satellite array will deliver a next-generation communications platform that is known as Certus. The assortment will also contain the Aireon aircraft trailing and surveillance system.

“In a historic first, upon completion, this system will provide air traffic control organizations and aircraft operators that purchase the service with real-time, global visibility of ADS-B equipped aircraft,” SpaceX stated.

Officers had notified the launch could be perceived across Southern California and beyond. But then, on the day before the holiday weekend, the dazzles of light against the blue sky were something that left Californians in awe.

The latest tech news today revealed that a lot of people pulled over their cars to capture photos and record videos of the sight. The Los Angeles Fire Department put out an advisory stating that the “mysterious lights in the sky” was from the Vandenberg takeoff.

Photos of Falcon 9 Rocket

First-stage leave-taking is perceived at left, with the moon under. SpaceX launches its Falcon 9 rocket as the final mission of the year, from Vandenburg Air Force Base in California.

SpaceX launch of Falcon 9 Rocket in Southern California Dec. 22, 2017.

An outrageous flash of light was seen directly above the San Jacinto Mountains on Friday afternoon.

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