With mini-satellites carrier rocket will deliver into orbit two spacecraft for multispectral Earth observation.

The company SpaceX, founded by American entrepreneur Elon Musk, is going to make another attempt to launch the Falcon 9 to deliver into orbit a new batch of satellites Starlink.

The rocket apparatus to create a global Internet coverage has been postponed several times due to unfavorable weather conditions and technical difficulties associated with the need for more testing of the systems.

According to the original plan, the Falcon 9 was supposed to fly with NASA spaceport in Florida in June. The seventh attempt of flight of the carrier rocket with 57 mini-satellites scheduled for local 03.45 (10.45 GMT) time on July 31.

Together with Starlink satellites will be launched into orbit two spacecraft Global-5 Global-6 of the BlackSky company, designed for multispectral Earth observation.

Previous launch satellites manufactured by the company SpaceX, was held on 13 June this year.

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