The Falcon 9 is supposed to launch 10 spacecraft of the new missile attack warning system into orbit.
The launch of a Falcon 9 rocket carrying ten satellites by the US Department of Defense was canceled three seconds before launch. The company announced this SpaceX on Thursday, March 30th.
Reasons for canceling the start were not reported. The launch was moved to March 31. The second attempt will be made at the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
The rocket is supposed to launch 10 spacecraft of the new missile attack warning system (SPRN) into orbit.
The group of devices includes two satellites for detecting and tracking launches of hypersonic and ballistic missiles equipped with infrared sensors with a wide field of view, and eight satellites for laser communications, data routing, navigation and backup control system.
Recall that on February 28, SpaceX launched V2 mini satellites into space. The device will provide an improved signal for the Starlink Internet system.
SpaceX has launched 56 Starlink satellites into orbit
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