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The launch of the Falcon 9 was scrubbed on Thursday.

ScienceThe launch of the Falcon 9 was scrubbed on Thursday.

The planned launch of the Falcon 9 Starlink was scrubbed for a second night in a row. The company is looking at something with the cradle arms. The next launch attempt could be as early as Friday. Thursday's scrub was the second in a row. The Starlink internet satellites are packed inside the fairing of the Falcon 9 rocket.

The rocket's first-stage booster will aim for a landing at sea 812 minutes after liftoff. It looks like the launch is being scrubbed tonight.

The launch window is still running until 10:40 p.m.

The launch window goes until 10:40 pm.

6:30 p.m.

T-2 minutes is what the live steam is for.

We are less than 10 minutes away from lift-off.

If you are watching outside, now is the time.

The second stage liquid oxygen load should start.

Tonight's launch is still set for 7 p.m.

The propellant loading is underway.

After launch, Falcon9 will land on a drone ship.

The sun is shining on the Space Coast, yet there are multiple backup opportunities.

The sky on the Space Coast is blue and there are no storms.

This will be the 19th flight of the Falcon9 rocket.

On its 22nd birthday, the company hopes to have two successful launches in one day. For the latest news and launch schedule, visit floridatoday.com/space.

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