June 29, 2022
Elon Musk's company launches new U.S. spy satellites

Elon Musk’s company launches new U.S. spy satellites

It was not immediately clear for what purpose Elon Musk placed the NROL-85 in orbit. (Tham Bar / Reuters)

  • Falcon-9 departed this Sunday (17) for another mission;

  • SpaceX launched 147 Falcon-9 rockets, of which 107 successfully landed;

  • Musk’s company has a $ 297 million contract with the U.S. Air Force.

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launches US spy satellite again Space Force Vandenberg, California company reported. Elon Musk’s rocket was once again launched to launch American satellites into Earth’s orbit.

This is one of the startups planned in Contract $ 297 million from the Air Force with SpaceX. The company of the world’s richest man has already launched 147 Balkan-9 rockets, of which 107 have successfully landed, of which 87 have already been used for new missiles.

The space satellite is NROL-85, provided by the National Intelligence Agency (NRO), which builds and operates US spy satellites and provides information to various agencies across the country.

The purpose for which the NROL-85 was placed in orbit was not specifically disclosed, as it is an “important national security payload” and “capable of providing a wide range of timely and timely intelligence.”

The Falcon 9 was created by billionaire Elon Muskin’s SpaceX, the first orbital-class rocket capable of launching multiple missions, a way to cut costs, and SpaceX made history in 2017 by launching the same rocket for the second time.

20 years of SpaceX

On March 14, 2022, Elon Musk founded the soon-to-be-unique company in space for his revolutionary vision: SpaceX. Today, it has not only the record for the use of reusable rockets, but also powerful missile systems in addition to the galaxy. Internet Star LinkEstablished in Earth orbit.

Today, SpaceX is dedicated to the new and powerful starship system, created by Rocket and Super Heavy Propellant of the same name. The Starship system was developed and tested with the aim of taking humans to the moon and then to the first astronauts to Mars.