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Tags: Cybersecurity | spacex | starlink | launch | weather | delay | kennedy space center

SpaceX Scrubs Starlink Launch Saturday

a satellite is shown orbiting the earth
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By    |   Saturday, 11 July 2020 01:00 PM

Another planned launch of SpaceX has been scrubbed against Saturday amid weather delays, the Orlando Sentinel reported.

SpaceX tweeted:

"Standing down from today's mission due to weather; proceeding through the countdown until T-1 minute for data collection. Will announce a new target launch date once confirmed on the Range."

The Falcon 9 rocket launch from Kennedy Space Center has been planned for 10:54 a.m. ET. the launch has been put off multiple times since June, according to the report.

It is to be the 10th SpaceX mission to put internet-providing satellites into space, bringing it close to 600 active satellites, per the Sentinel.

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