UPDATE: SpaceX has pushed the launch to the end of the launch window at 8:35 p.m. EDT in hopes the weather will improve.
SpaceX scrubbed the Falcon 9 launch of the Intelsat 34e communications satellite on Sunday with 10 seconds left in the countdown.
The computer automatically stopped the countdown when it detected a problem with the launch vehicle’s guidance, navigation and control (GNC). There was not enough time in the 59-minute launch window to recycle the countdown.
SpaceX is expected try to launch during a backup window on Monday that starts at 7:37 p.m. EDT. The flight will originate from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Due to mission requirements, SpaceX will not attempt to recover the Falcon 9’s first stage.