SpaceX is moving its next satellite launch a day earlier. It’s now scheduled to take off Wednesday from KSC

In what’s almost becoming routine for the Space Coast, another SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will lift off with a batch of the company’s internet satellites on Wednesday, even as coronavirus has put much of the world on hold.

Kennedy Space Center, from which the Starlink satellites will launch Wednesday at 3:37 p.m., is still open for critical personnel only. So SpaceX is moving ahead, in fact moving the mission a day earlier to accommodate better weather forecast in the launch zone as well as the landing zone where it typically lands its rocket boosters after launch. Read more here.