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The best place to watch the SpaceX launch is from the Canaveral National Seashore just north of Kennedy Space Center. Other viewing areas to watch the November 25, 2013 SpaceX launch are: 1. Titusville, Florida southward along the Indian River; 2. Between Merritt Island and Cape Canaveral along State Road 528;When is SpaceX next launch?
While the program is only just beginning, SpaceX has already scheduled four dedicated Transporter launches between January 2021 and Q1 2022, meaning that payloads unable to launch on their scheduled flight will have to wait approximately six months for the next launch opportunity.Where can I see SpaceX launch?
Cooper advises people to view from Port Canaveral, a popular cruise ship port near the space center that's only 8 miles from the SpaceX launch pad. He recommended watching from the side of the road on Route 401, the street behind the cruise terminals, or on Route 528 (the latter has more room for parking, he said).Did SpaceX launch Last Night?
With SpaceX’s first rocket launch last night since the loss of SpaceX CRS-7 on June 28, 2015, not only did the vehicle successfully deploy 11 satellites in orbit, but it safely returned to Earth and soft landed. This is an entirely new capability. Up until now, rockets in the space age burned up on re-entry.