SpaceX is looking at about a six-week delay on the launch of its next Falcon 1 rocket, The New Straits Times reports:
The launch of the RazakSAT, Malaysia’s second remote sensing satellite has been postponed until further notice due to “technical problems”.
Due for lift-off on April 21, Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry secretary-general Datuk Abdul Hanan Alang Endut said the delay was because of problems with the launching vehicle.
Abdul Hanan said SpaceX will be doing the repairs which will take at least six weeks.
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