SpaceX’s launch attempt of a supply mission to the International Space Station was scrubbed on Dec. 4, but the company hopes to blast off from Central Florida on Dec. 5 instead.
The Hawthorne, California-based rocket company will launch an uncrewed Dragon spacecraft from Cape Canaveral, with a new targeted launch time of 12:29 p.m. Launch dates and times often fluctuate depending on weather and other factors. The Dec. 4 launch attempt was cancelled due to high upper-altitude winds, SpaceX announced on Twitter. Read more here.