SpaceX delays start of Starlink, BlackSky satellites once again owing to rocket checks

SpaceX delays launch of Starlink, BlackSky satellites again due to rocket checks

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX postponed the latest start of a new Starlink satellite fleet once again Saturday (July 11) citing the have to have for additional checks of the mission’s Falcon 9 rocket. 

The California-dependent rocket builder planned to launch 57 Starlink satellites andtwo BlackSky World Earth-observing satellites from Florida at 10:54 a.m. EDT (1454 GMT) Saturday as portion of a rideshare mission. But just above an hour in advance of liftoff, SpaceX declared by way of Twitter that it was standing down. A new start day and time however demands to be verified with the Jap Selection, the entity that oversees all launches alongside the East Coastline. 

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