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The launch will take place from the SLC-40 site at Cape Canaveral. The launch vehicle will launch dozens of small vehicles into orbit for different customers. Among them – satellites of the Lemur-2 constellation for Earth observation and SpaceBEE communication satellites. The mission will also include ten Starlink spacecraft, which will be launched into polar orbit.

For the launch, they use the latest and final version of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle – Falcon 9 Block 5. Among its features, it has greater reliability and reusability.

Falcon 9 belongs to the heavy carrier class: it can put up to 22,800 kilograms of payload into a low reference orbit (without returning the first stage).

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