UPDATE: The launch has been postponed until after the Crew Dragon Demo-2 launch scheduled for May 27.
SpaceX’s launch of a Falcon 9 booster with 60 satellites aboard that was originally scheduled for today (Sunday) has been postponed until Tuesday, May 19 at 3:10 a.m. EDT if the weather permits it.
United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V launch of the U.S. Space Force’s X-37B vehicle was scrubbed on Saturday due to inclement weather. The booster successfully launched the space plane on Sunday morning from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
SpaceX had rescheduled the launch for Monday. However, the flight slipped a day due to a tropic depression developing off the southeast coast, the company said.
“SpaceX teams will continue monitoring launch and landing weather conditions,” the company tweeted.
Starlink is a constellation designed to provide high-speed broadband services around the world.