The launch of two communication satellites into orbit by SpaceX has been aborted
The Friday launch of two SpaceX communications satellites from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station has been rescheduled till Saturday.
The Galaxy 33 and 34 satellites were supposed to launch at 7:06 p.m.
as well as to assist Intelsat in maintaining service in North America. However
the debut date was pushed back to Saturday night.
SpaceX made the announcement on Twitter, but provided no explanation.
The flight was originally scheduled for Thursday night, but it was cancelled 30 seconds before launch owing to a tiny helium leak
which caused the Falcon 9 rocket to automatically abort.
the nighttime launch of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 52 Starlink satellites
the afternoon launch of NASA's Crew 5 mission sending four people to the International Space Station.