On October 20, SpaceX will launch 54 Starlink satellites and land a rocket.

Once more, SpaceX is prepared to grow its fleet of internet satellites.54 Starlink satellites are slated to launch with SpaceX's 48th launch of 2022 on Thursday, 

October 20, at 10:50 a.m. EDT (1450 GMT). Live coverage is available at Space.com thanks to SpaceX. About five minutes before liftoff, coverage will start.

The Starlink Group 4-36 satellites will be launched into space by a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at Florida's Space Launch Complex 40. 

If all goes according to plan, the first stage of the Falcon 9 will touch down less than nine minutes later at sea atop a SpaceX droneship. 

A constellation of internet satellites called Starlink was created primarily to serve outlying regions. 

With an estimated 3,100 active satellites in orbit, the network is enormous and constantly expanding. Pending regulatory approval, SpaceX intends to extend it tenfold.

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