SpaceX cleans up the Falcon Heavy launch
SpaceX removed its Falcon Heavy rocket from Kennedy Space Center Friday night, and shortly after stopping the countdown clock, SpaceX said it would attempt the launch again over the weekend. According to SpaceX, although the launch was cancelled, the vehicle and payload are still in good health, and this comes after the launch was delayed Thursday due to a severe thunderstorm in the area and lightning striking near the rocket. All systems remain in good shape, SpaceX said, and SpaceX is striving to make an attempt Sunday night at 7:29 p.m. to launch the Falcon Heavy. The road after the main water cut
SpaceX removed its Falcon Heavy rocket from Kennedy Space Center Friday night.
Shortly after the countdown clock stopped, SpaceX said they would attempt launching again over the weekend.
according to SpaceXAlthough the launch has been cancelled, the vehicle and payload remain in good condition.
This comes after the launch was delayed Thursday due to a severe thunderstorm in the area and lightning striking near the missile.
Thursday’s thunderbolt was at Launch Complex 39A, but SpaceX said all systems are still in good shape.
SpaceX is scrambling to attempt a Falcon Heavy launch Sunday night at 7:29 p.m.
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