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When will the next rocket go to space?
Answer 1:

I found this website for you: SpaceFlight Now , a launch schedule for planned space missions maintained by British astronomy magazine Astronomy Now.

This launch schedule shows that rockets are being launched into space every few days! The next two launches (from when I'm writing) are on June 8 at 6:10am PDT in Kazakhstan (between Europe and Asia) and at 7:30pm PDT in French Guiana (in South America). Both rockets are deploying communications satellites that will provide satellite TV.


Answer 2:

I don't know how often rockets get launched to space, but it's very frequent. Many businesses now have satellites in orbit to do communications, and launch them.



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