Thursday will see SpaceX launch 46 Starlink satellites from California.

On Thursday (July 21), SpaceX will launch 46 Starlink satellites into orbit, and you can watch live as it attempts to break a launch record.

At 1:39 p.m. EDT (10:39 a.m. local time or 1739 GMT), a two-stage Falcon 9 rocket carrying a constellation of broadband satellites is set to launch from 

The Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. If SpaceX is successful, it will surpass its previous record of 31 missions in 2021 with a 32nd launch in 2022 and counting.

The whole launch sequence, including an attempt to land the Falcon 9's first stage on SpaceX's "Of Course

I Still Love You" droneship in the Pacific Ocean, may be viewed here on  or on SpaceX's YouTube channel.

Typically, coverage begins 15 to 20 minutes prior to launch, and all launch timings are subject to change due to weather or technical concerns.

On July 11, 46 Starlink satellites were successfully launched from Vandenberg and the rocket's first stage landed on a droneship 8.5 minutes after launch.

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