SpaceX will move its third launch of Internet satellites Starlink to Monday night

The launch of SpaceX’s third batch of Internet satellites, called Starlink, will move to Monday.

Poor weather conditions were expected for Friday night, the original launch date, when winds, cloud cover and the potential for rain were going to give the Falcon 9 rocket only a 40% chance of liftoff. The Air Force’s 45th Weather Squadron is forecasting drier conditions for Monday, with more than a 90% chance the weather will be “go” for launch. Read more here.