SpaceX delays launch of Starlink and BlackSky satellites for more rocket checks – Space.com

Related: SpaceXs Starlink satellite megaconstellation launches in photosOn June 30, a different Falcon 9 rocket will bring an updated GPS satellite into orbit for the U.S. Space Force. That launch is scheduled to fly from SpaceXs other Florida launch site, Space Launch Complex 40. Will reveal new target launch date when validated on the RangeJune 26, 2020The businesss previous objective, which lofted 58 Starlinks and 3 small Earth-observing satellites for Planet, was the first objective SpaceX introduced without conducting its conventional prelaunch fixed fire test.

Related: SpaceXs Starlink satellite megaconstellation launches in photosOn June 30, a different Falcon 9 rocket will bring an updated GPS satellite into orbit for the U.S. Space Force. That launch is set up to fly from SpaceXs other Florida launch website, Space Launch Complex 40. Will reveal new target launch date as soon as validated on the RangeJune 26, 2020The companys previous mission, which lofted 58 Starlinks and three small Earth-observing satellites for Planet, was the very first objective SpaceX launched without performing its traditional prelaunch fixed fire test. Depending on what exactly prompted the delay, SpaceX might wait up until after Tuesdays launch to get the Starlink objective off the ground.