PARIS – Propellant troubles have forced SpaceX to abort the launch of the SES-9 commercial communications satellite for the second day in a row. SES-9 was slated to launch Feb. 25 from Cape Canaveral during a 90-min. launch window that opened at 6:46:17 p.m. EST. But problems loading the Falcon 9’s...
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