SpaceX Falcon Heavy test could occur between noon and 6pm EST tomorrow

The SpaceX Falcon Heavy hold-down firing could at pad 39A could occur between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. EST (1700-2300 GMT), assuming tomorrow’s countdown and fueling rehearsal goes according to plan according to Space Flight Now.

The priority here is a Wet Dress Rehearsal (WDR). The team goes through the launch countdown, up to 10 seconds before actual launch. It’s only if this goes well that SpaceX will move on to the static fire. Once that test is conducted successfully, a launch date will be set. The launch is expected in February.