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Rocket launch rescheduled to Jan.15 from Vandenberg Space Force Base

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SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif. – SpaceX has rescheduled its launch for the third time to Jan. 15 at 8:18 a.m.

Its original date was set for Jan. 9 and rescheduled for the first time to Jan. 11 then again to Jan.14 as their current launch window for a Falcon 9 rocket carrying 51 Starlink satellites from Vandenberg Space Force Base.

It's backup window was for Jan. 10 at 8:02 p.m but was set back due to taking a closer look at data from second stage according to Space X.

The Falcon 9 will deliver its satellite cargo into a low earth orbit trajectory then return to land on the Of Course I Still Love You, an autonomous spaceport droneship in the Pacific Ocean.

A live webcast of the launch will begin around five minutes before launch and can be viewed by following this link.

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