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Space.com: SpaceX, US Space Force set to launch secretive X-37B space plane on Dec. 10  

A Falcon Heavy rocket is scheduled to launch the robotic vehicle at 8:14 p.m. EST on Sunday (Dec. 10). 

The U.S. Space Force’s mysterious X-37B space plane is just about ready to take flight for the seventh time. 

The Space Force and SpaceX “are making final preparations” for the planned Sunday evening (Dec. 10) launch of the robotic X-37B, Space Force officials said in an emailed update today (Dec. 7). 

The space plane is scheduled to lift off atop a Falcon Heavy rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida during a 10-minute window that opens at 8:14 p.m. EST (0114 GMT on Dec. 11). If SpaceX webcasts the launch as expected, you’ll be able to watch the action live here at Space.com.  

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U.S. Space Force Set To Launch Secretive X-37B Space Plane On Dec. 10  

Elon Musk’s SpaceX to launch the US military’s ultra-secretive X-37B spaceplane in its longest-ever flight — Business Insider 

X-37’s Next—and 7th—Launch Could Be Its Last — Air & Space Forces Magazine
 

Space Systems Command and SpaceX Gear Up for USSF-52 Falcon Heavy Mission — Space War 

Space Force’s secretive space plane is making its highest flight yet — New Scientist
 

How to watch the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch U.S. space plane to orbit on Sunday — Digital Trends