The SpaceX SN10 Starship prototype could launch today. It is going through a countdown but has some delays.
UPDATE: 12:15PM aborted, might try again in a few hours. May scrub today. Not Known.
Final checkouts are being performed.
Propellant still has to be loaded before the possible test flight.
SOURCES – What About It?, Everyday Astronaut, NASA Spaceflight
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3 thoughts on “SpaceX SN10 Starship Launch Abort But May Restart in a Few Hours”
If it launches, we are guaranteed a show.
Failures are a good reminder that going to space still is very hard.
And it may actually work, who knows?
To quote a friend of mine, "Launch is always tomorrow."
We'll see what happens lol.
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