CAPE CANAVERAL, FL – SpaceX launched another set of 60 version 1.0 operational Starlink Satellites into low earth orbit on January 29, 2020 at 9:06am EST (14:06 UTC). The first stage booster for this mission previously supported and launched their first Crew Dragon demonstration flight, DM-1, into orbit along with the RADARSAT mission in June 2019. The first stage booster was successfully recovered 630 kilometers downrange on their autonomous spaceport droneship, Of Course I Still Love You (OCISLY). SpaceX attempted to recover both payload fairing halves, however, they were not successfully caught by SpaceX’s support vessels, GO Ms. Tree and GO Ms. Chief. The 60 Starlink satellites were successfully deployed into their circular parking orbit at 290 km in altitude and they will use their onboard thrusters to gradually raise their orbit to the operational altitude of 550 km over the coming weeks.