According to this article (https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4275684) the Hapith I rocket will perform 3 launches before the end of 2021, that implies that all the three launches from Whalers Bay will be Hapith I ones. However they cite TiSPACE as a source but on the news section of their website I still find references about just one planned launch and not three, so this could be just a misunderstanding.
BREAKING NEWS!T-2 DAYS UNTIL OUR LAUNCH WINDOW OPENS!
I placed the coordinates in google earth and organized them in such a way that an exclusion area is created, this is what I got, but maybe it does not coincide with the launching zone.
News article.https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-07/whalers-way-first-commercial-rocket-lift-off/100440154"The Australian Space Agency has announced the first commercial rocket from Whalers Way in South Australia will now lift off this Friday, a day later than originally announced, but some locals are not happy about it."
T-12:00 HOURS TO LAUNCH WINDOW!After a successful Flight Readiness Review, we are GO for launch window opening at 06:00am ACST pending final weather balloon at T-02:00.
Will this launch be streamed and if so where can I watch it?
No broadcast, Southern Launch said that since it was a test launch there would be no live broadcast.