Bad weather forced Cape Canaveral range officials to call off Friday’s attempted launch of the U.S. Air Force’s second X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle on a United Launch Alliance Atlas V. Easterly winds gusting up to 28 kt. and a line of rain-bearing cumulus clouds continued to run across the launch pad area right through the second launch window of the day, which opened at 5.27 pm EST. The next launch attempt will be made March 5, although the weather forecast is not much better, with strong ...


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