After three years, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy is set to launch once more.

For the first time since 2019, SpaceX's Falcon Heavy will launch into space on November 1. 

Tomorrow, the massive rocket will launch payloads for the US Space Force on a mission known as USSF-44 into orbit.

According to a news release sent by the Space Force via email, this mission marks the Falcon Heavy's first National Security Space Launch.

There are few details, as with any launches involving national security. According to launch information given on the Kennedy Space Center website,

TETRA-1, a microsatellite, is planned to be launched into geosynchronous orbit by the Falcon Heavy. Not much else is known about the satellites that are being launched.

On November 1st, Space Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center will launch Falcon Heavy at 9:40AM ET. USSF-44 was supposed to launch in 2020

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