The Falcon 9 rocket he sentin May it will be recycled again when SpaceX ships 60 more orbit atop its pillar of fire.
The launch was originally scheduled for the beginning of the month, but was postponed several times due to the weather, including Monday morning when heavy clouds over Cape Canaveral prevented the launch at the last second. A scrub for the day was announced about 30 seconds before the scheduled takeoff at 7:22 am PT. A new target launch date has not yet been announced.
When it finally takes off, it should be a fairly routine launch. It will be the thirteenth Starlink mission so far, and SpaceX is planning dozens more as its mega-constellation broadband grows.
One half of the cone, or fairing, on top of the rocket also saw two previous flights, both of which were former Starlink missions.
After the launch and separation of the second stage and the rocket’s payload, the first stage booster will return to Earth again to land on a drone in the Atlantic.
SpaceX will broadcast the whole thing, starting about 10 minutes before launch. When a new launch date is announced, we will update this post and you can also plan to watch it here via the feed below.