Weather delays next SpaceX launch one day

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They will try to launch 24 hours later, at 1:21 am Eastern early Friday morning.

Note that though they will try to land the first stage on the barge, they don’t expect to succeed this time because of the mission’s launch requirements.

One comment

  • Tom Billings

    Apparently, they not only got the launch right, but stuck the landing again! This should give them better confidence in their landing algorithm.

    Now we need a look at the first stage to see how well it stood up to higher re-entry velocities.

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