It's a busy, busy month for SpaceX, as the company is gearing up for a streak of three commercial launches over the next three weeks, reports Space.com.
First up on SpaceX's hectic schedule is another launch of its new "Block 5" Falcon 9 rocket. Slated for later tonight, the mission marks the second time that the Block 5 booster gets to flex its steel muscles, after its thundering debut on May 11.
On its maiden voyage, the Block 5 carried into space Bangladesh's first communications satellite, Bangabandhu-1, the Inquisitr reported at the time.
This time around, it will be Canada's Telstar 19V satellite that makes the trip to high, geostationary orbit atop a "Block 5" Falcon 9 rocket.
The powerful communications satellite, developed by Telesat, will soar to the heavens in the early hours of July 22, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
The Falcon 9 launch is scheduled to take place between 1:50 a.m. and 5:50 a.m. EDT (05:50 to 09:50 GMT), with the rocket taking off from Launch Complex 40.
Both SpaceX and Space.com are broadcasting live coverage of tonight's Falcon 9 launch, so you can tune in on either website to see the rocket blast off into space.