SpaceX is going to try to launch its Falcon Heavy yet again

SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center

SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket launches from the Kennedy Space Center

The SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch of the Arabsat-6A satellite at NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Thursday evening was successful. Instead, the company would aim for their backup window, which is scheduled to open at 3:32 p.m. PT on April 11 and will remain open until 5:32 p.m. PT.

As with all SpaceX launches, this will be a livestreamed event.

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Although the Falcon Heavy has proven itself flight-worthy, this is still just the second launch of a rocket with a staggering 27 engines, so there is definitely some uncertainty. That mission was more of a test than anything else, with head man Elon Musk deciding to send his own Tesla as the rocket's payload.

SpaceX made headlines early a year ago with the first-ever launch of the Falcon Heavy, and the successful return of two of its three boosters was a stunning sight.

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The webcast should begin about 20 minutes before the rocket's anticipated liftoff. After separating from the core booster, the two side boosters will return to the launch site and land at Landing Zones 1 & 2 (LZ-1 & LZ-2).

After the launch, Falcon Heavy's center core made a successful vertical landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship in the Atlantic Ocean.

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