The launch of Starlink satellites by SpaceX postponed due to unfavorable weather in Cape Canaveral

The launch of Starlink satellites

CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA– SpaceX which was all set and ready to launch their next Starlink satellites into low-Earth-orbit had to be canceled last minute due to unavoidable circumstances as poor weather. SpaceX successfully launched a Falcon9 rocket at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Jan. 20.

According to the sources, the Exploration Corp. planned to launch two batches of approximately 60 Starlink satellites at a time.

With the approval in hand on Friday from the 45th space wing, which is responsible for the eastern range, the SpaceX was to lift off a Falcon9 from Cape Canaveral Space Force Base Sunday night. Reportedly, more Starlink Satellites were to be carried into low-Earth orbit.

On Sunday, at around 10.48 p.m., just before the launch at 11.21 p.m., SpaceX announced to be rescheduling the launch to Monday at 10.59.