SpaceX is making a second attempt to launch its PAZ mission today, which includes the PAZ satellite from client Hisdesat, also is set for launch during an instantaneous window at 6:17 AM PST, or 9:17 AM EST.. The assignment was scrubbed on Wednesday due to upper level winds that were elevated, and reset for this particular morning.
The Hisdesat payload is a satellite using radar instrumentation on board, with a service mission of offering tracking activities for both government and commercial customers. The main payload isn’t the complete story this rocket is also carrying two test satellites such as SpaceX broadband satellite internet services.
Both of these satellites will pave the way for a constellation of almost 12,000 satellites in orbit that may aim to deliver cheap, fast and low lag internet to regions all over the world. SpaceX hopes to use this service, which it calls “Starlink,” to add an extra revenue stream to its business beyond launch operations, helping it financially pursue its objective of making humans an interplanetary species together with missions to Mars and beyond.
The live stream above will begin around 15 minutes ahead of the target launch period, or at around 6 AM PST (9 AM EST). source techcrunch