Windy weather at Vandenberg AFB, California, has pushed the first launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 since last year’s on-pad explosion back from Monday until Saturday at the earliest. Iridium, the mission customer with its first 10 next-generation low Earth orbit communications satellites, said the launch has been rescheduled at 11:54 a.m. EST Jan. 14, with a backup window the following day. If successful, the launch will mark the end of a three-month grounding while engineers investigated ...
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