This week on Sunday a SpaceX rocket conveying a U.S. military route satellite was launched from Florida's Cape Canaveral, denoting the space transportation organization's first national security space mission for the United States. Falcon 9 rocket manufactured by Lockheed Martin Corp conveying a GPS satellite worth $500 million that was lifted off from Cape Canaveral at 8:51 in the morning according to their local time. Four past planned dispatches in the most recent week, including one on Saturday, were dropped because of technical and climate issues. The successful launch is a noteworthy triumph for extremely rich person Elon Musk's secretly held rocket organization, which has invested years endeavoring to break into the rewarding business sector for military space dispatches commanded by Lockheed and Boeing Co. SpaceX sued the U.S. Aviation based armed forces in 2014 over the military's honor of a multibillion-dollar, non-contend contract for 36 rocket dispatches to United Launch Alliance, an association of Boeing and Lockheed. It dropped the claim in 2015 after the Air Force consented to open up rivalry. The following year, SpaceX won an amount of $83 million Air Force contract to dispatch the GPS III satellite that is predicted to have a life expectancy of 15 years. The satellite is the first to jump start out of 32 underway by Lockheed under contracts worth a joined $12.6 billion for the Air Force GPS III program, as indicated by Lockheed representative Chip Eschenfelder. The launch was initially planned for 2014 yet has been limped by creation delays, the Air Force said. The following GPS III satellite is because of dispatch in mid-2019, Eschenfelder stated, while resulting satellites experience testing in the organization's Colorado preparing office.