A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket carrying satellites for the US Air Force ahead of a launch scheduled for June 24th, 2019, at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. | Photo by Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images

On November 1st, SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy is scheduled to launch into space for the first time since 2019. The giant rocket is slated to send payloads into orbit for the US Space Force tomorrow in a mission called USSF-44.

The mission is the first National Security Space Launch for the Falcon Heavy, the Space Force said in an emailed press statement. As with all national security launches, details are sparse. The Falcon Heavy is supposed to send a microsatellite called TETRA-1 into geosynchronous orbit, according to launch details posted on the Kennedy Space Center website. Other than that, not much is known about the satellites that are going up.

As with all national security launches, details are sparse

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