So this will be the official SpaceX thread for upcoming launches, news, announcements, etc.
I love SpaceX and have been following them for about 2-3 years. I remember the successful launches with the failed landings, and I also vividly remember the first landing which they stuck; it was amazing to watch!
For those of you who also love SpaceX (and maybe some new Mewbs), I will keep the OP updated with upcoming launches.
Name: Hispasat 30W-6
Date & Time: NET Feb (Nearest Estimated Time)
Where: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida
This is launch is with a brand new Block 4 first stage and landing margins will be tight, as the satellite weighs a tad over 6 tons, so the landing might not be successful; they are going to use titanium grid fins on the booster to cope with the higher speed and temperature.
They will once again attempt to recover the fairings from the second stage, perhaps this time even landing them in the net.
The launch has been delayed due additional testing on the fairing pressurization system, no new fixed date and time available yet.
The launch can be streamed here (stream goes live ~30mins before the launch):
No stream bookmark available yet.