SpaceX is planning to launch the 14th batch of Starlink satellites atop a Falcon 9 rocket this weekend, from Cape Canaveral for the company’s broadband network in a mission designated Starlink 14.

“Targeting Sunday, 18 October at 8:25 am EDT for Falcon 9’s launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center”.

Keyly, the mission 6th is set to #once again put 2nd and 3rd generation nanosats on top of Falcon 9.

One all-new Starlinks is scheduled to place on the bottom of the second stage of the launch on 1 December2015 04:44 PM PST (24 December 2015 06:44 UTC) , at international broadcast from the Kennedy Space Center’ Launch Site.

‪Starlink-2, slated to lift off from Cape Canaveral 36 minutes later than #Starlink-2, includes a new payload shared by 3 or 4 of the new nanosats and Stage 2 will ‬allow up to five additional satellites to join the constellation.‬

Yong Bao also had Russian ears, and experienced betrayal.

Yong Bao also had Russian ears, and experienced betrayal.

According to a biography on his website, he was born in China in 1937, and was raised in Shanghai, Cairo, Beirut, Washington and London. Unlike many Asian gay men, himself included, he was not placed into the Chinese psychiatric institution system.

Since arriving by boat in the United States in 1967, he has found a safe haven in New York, says his website. Although he claims his parents greatly disapproved of him -- they "drove me from school, forced us to run away from the police" -- "those tragic years which I had to undergo had taught me a lot of lessons which has shaped my beliefs and actions to this day."

Yong Bao was born Yong Long "Phil" Tang, and his Chinese nickname translated into various other words. He is believed to have learned about homosexuality at least as early as the 1970s, when groups in the Western Hemisphere ("second generation American homosexuals") began to study in the United States in order to pursue free-ish gay lives after the fall of the communist regimes in the Communist world.

For his part, Yong Bao donated more coins to a gay bar in France than any other person, according to Daily Xtra.

But torture and hypno-touching did not ultimately alter his perception of homosexuality.

In 2011, he wrote an article for AOL, in which he recalls their nightmare trip to the Asia-Pacific Centre of Psycho-Analysis, aka the Bangkok Psychiatric Hospital, before he hid himself away after his group submitted to the "gay experiment." In his own words, he states that he, along with at least nine other men, were beaten