After 2016 explosion, satellite company will again entrust payload to SpaceX for launch

An Israeli satellite is scheduled to head to orbit on a SpaceX launch no earlier than Monday, marking the first time since a 2016 explosion that the satellite provider will entrust its payload to Elon Musk’s rocket company.

Tel Aviv-based Spacecom will launch its Amos-17 satellite on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s launch complex 40. The launch window is expected to open Monday evening, though a new time has not yet been confirmed. Read more here.