A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to launch a new batch of 60 Starlink satellites from Florida on Monday, and for the firdt time, the launch will also be the first time SpaceX has reused a fairing, or nose cone.
The fairing supporting this mission previously flew on Falcon Heavy's Arabsat-6A mission. It will also be the first time SpaceX reuses a rocket booster for the 4th time.
An 11-minute launch window opens at 9:51 a.m. The Air Force has forecast an 80 percent likelihood of good weather, but In case of bad weather, a new attempt is scheduled for Tuesday morning.
With Starlink, SpaceX is trying to provide high-speed reliable internet service through a network of hundreds of satellites in low-earth orbit. The company has plans for up to 30,000 satellites eventually.
SpaceX previously launched 60 Starlink satellites in May.
Others companies working on large new constellations include OneWeb, which launched its first six satellites in February, and Telesat.