SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch delayed: Hawthorne’s SpaceX has again postponed a planned launch of its SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from the Wendenburg Air Force Base for a mission called Spaceflight SSO-A: SmallSet Express.
In a post on the official SpaceX Twitter account, it has been said that “delaying additional oversight of the second phase was necessary.” Work towards backup launch opportunity on December 3. ”
This third time the launch has been postponed. Due to the other announced delayed weather, additional pre-flight inspections and others had to be adjusted.
The latest SpaceX Falcon 9 launch was scheduled for a lift on Sunday at 10:32 pm, while not two, but two satellites were billed as “ride.”
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) October 8, 2018
Organized by Spaceflight Industries, the satellite will come from 34 organizations on the rocket and will be released in “Sun-synchronous low Earth orbit.”
“This includes 15 microSites and 49 CUBES from both commercial and government institutions, of which more than 25 are from international organizations from The 17 countries including the United States, Australia, Finland, Netherlands, Italy, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, UK. According to Spaceflight Industries, Germany, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Thailand, Poland, Canada, Brazil, and India.
This mission is billed as “the largest dedicated reshared mission on the U.S. launch vehicle.”
After the separation, SpaceX will try to land the first stage of the rocket on a drone ship located in the Pacific Ocean.
The previous SpaceX launch from Wendenburg has created important lighting programs on Southland and the whole Southwestern United States.
On November 15, SpaceX launched a Qatar communications satellite in the classroom from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
After all, this new mission of Wendenburg will be 19th of the year’s SpaceX. Meanwhile, the company has been scheduled to launch a resupply mission to the International Space Station on Tuesday from Cape Canaveral.