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SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32

08/11/2022 11:06

Space Launch Complex 40 • Cape Canaveral Space Force Station

ASSIGNMENT:

Galaxy 31 (G-31) and Galaxy 32 (G-32) are the next satellites in Intelsat’s comprehensive Galaxy Fleet Renewal Plan, a new generation of technology that will provide Intelsat Media customers in North America with high-performance multimedia distribution capabilities and unparalleled functionality. cable head penetration. The Galaxy 31 and Galaxy 32 are critical to Intelsat’s US C-band compensation strategy.

LAUNCHING THE VISUALIZATION:

Feel the excitement as you watch a Falcon 9 rocket launch from one of the following locations:

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from the SLC-40 for the Starlink mission on November 11, 2019.

ROCKET LAUNCH: November 8, 2022 | SpaceX Falcon 9 Intelsat G-31/G-32

Start Visualization

LC-39 Observation Gantry

$49 in addition to daily admission

  • See the rocket leave the launch pad
  • Additional Launch Transport Ticket (LTT) required in addition to valid daily admission ticket
  • Approximately 3.4 miles / 5.5 kilometers from the launch pad
  • Buses will board the engine end of the Saturn 1B rocket in the Rocket Garden at 9:30 a.m.
  • Launch audio and communicator commentary available
  • Includes a light snack and souvenir (to be redeemed at the LC-39 observation site)

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Banana Creek Launch Viewing Area

  • Approximately 6.2 miles / 10 kilometers from the launch pad
  • Included with valid daily entry
  • The observation area opens at 9:30 a.m.
  • Accessible via the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour on a first-come basis
  • Launch video, audio and communicator commentary available

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North Lawn of Atlantis

Located left as Space Shuttle Atlantis® approaches

  • See the rocket once it crosses the treeline
  • Approximately 7.5 miles / 12 kilometers from the launch pad
  • The observation area opens at 9:30 a.m.
  • Included with admission to the Visitor Complex
  • Launch audio, video and communication comments available

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Important information:

  • Plan to arrive early! Kennedy Space Center experiences increased traffic on launch days, and construction on the SR 405/NASA causeway results in lower speed limits and lane closures. Allow extra time for the single-lane roads to the visitor complex.
  • Please familiarize yourself with the Launch Transport Ticket (LTT) cleaning policy when purchasing a Launch Viewing Ticket.
  • Check out our FAQ for tips when viewing a launch at Kennedy Space Center.