SpaceX will start launching its Starlink satellites this month on a two stage Falcon 9 rocket, with its first batch scheduled at 00:32 UTC on September 5 (5:32 p.m. PDT on September 4).

A Falcon 9 rocket will carry Starlink satellites into orbit during the Starlink mission. Where the satellites are waiting to go. The weather forecasters say there is an 80% likelihood of good weather.

This September 4 launch will also serve as a rideshare to launch Varuna Technology Demonstration Mission (Varuna-TDM) in a higher orbit at the same time. Varuna-TDM is a commercial program by Boeing.

More Starlink launches are scheduled this Sept. 2022, on Falcon 9 rockets, on the 10th from Kennedy Space Centre and 12th & 30th from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Though the date/time may change.

Earlier, 27 Aug, SpaceX launched 54 Starlink broadband satellites to orbit on a 2-stage Falcon 9 rocket lifting off from Cape Canaveral, Florida at 11:41 p.m. EDT and landed on a ship at sea.

SpaceX and T-Mobile uses Starlink a constellation of networked new generation satellites aimed to provide reliable and affordable internet services across the globe.

Over 3,000 Starlink satellites have been launched by SpaceX and are currently in low Earth orbit as of July 2022. Around 2,386 satellites were operational as of September 1, 2022.