The Falcon 9 will be carrying the Hispasat 30W-6, the largest geostationary satellite SpaceX weighing more than 6,092 kilograms (13,400 pounds), it is almost the size of a city bus, and it has a life expectancy of some fifteen years.

For Spanish telecommunications company Hispasat, the launch is thrilling because it means the company can expand its broadband service coverage in Europe, Africa, and the Americas.

SpaceX won’t be attempting a recovery of this rocket in this launch because of inclement weather in the Atlantic.

You can watch SpaceX’s live broadcast of the launch on YouTube (below) starting around 11:33 AM Tuesday, Indian Standard Time (IST)