The Plan Of SpaceX To Launch Blocks 5 Debuts By May

Space x is planning to follow success just like Iridium communication is from Iridium NEXT-5, TESS for NASA. The plan of space x is to move toward the three mission which is scheduled to take place in May 2018. Nine satellites will be launched in the orbit by the three flights that include Iridium NEXT 51-55, SES-12 and Bangabandhu-1. The plan of space x is to launch some of the satellites like Bangabandhu-1 and SES-12 into Geostationary Transfer Orbit then GRACE FO and the Iridium satellite to be launched in the polar low earth orbit.

Space X’s plan is to be rolling the vehicle of Bangabandhu-1 out for static fire and is to be taken out of LC-39A Space Center, FL on Monday 30 April 2018. Additionally, block 5 Falcon 9 will be helping space X launch pad and then it will be the final test before inaugural flight. When pad A is connected to the system, space X will be in a position to put block 5 which will enhance the booster and fuel process. Acceptance testing was done at McGregor, which is in Texas. The first Block 5 acceptance has run extremely successful even better than another major upgrade that is in Falcon 9.

Falcon heavy static fire together with a flight-proven booster in the first block 5 and its static fire is in a better position of lasting for about 5-7 seconds. This static fire will help to improve the amount of data, which helps the engine to be healthy, and its performance to be gathered. When the static fire is complete and successful, the satellite vehicle will be detailed and then taken too horizontal at the pad. It will then be transported back to Horizontal Integration Facility later it will be mated with its payload.

Southern Asian nation of Bangladesh will be having their first satellite known as Bangabandhu-1. At the Horizontal Integration Facility, the payload and the rocket can be going on its last launch checks as engineer work during Launch Readiness Review (LRR). In case the Launch Readiness Review is complete and approved it will then be taken to Pad-A to be launched. Currently, the Bangabandhu-1 is scheduled to be launched on fourth may, 2018. The officials of space X at the eastern range have requested that Bangabandhu-1 booster to be performing in the Atlantic Ocean an ASDS landing. Then if Bangabandhu-1 is successful especially in the orbit, the Space X will decide to move its gears and coast to the next mission.