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SpaceX again made the decision to postpone its first 2021 launch, a Falcon 9 rocket with 60 more Starlink satellites on board.
The take-off was originally scheduled for this Monday, the 18th, but bad weather conditions forced Elon Musk’s company to postpone it until Tuesday. Apparently the unfavorable conditions remained, which led SpaceX to decide to carry out more security inspections and to launch the launch on Wednesday, the 20th.
This will be the 17th time that SpaceX will launch Starlink satellites into space, with more than a thousand of these satellites already in orbit.