Delays continue as SpaceX aborts Starlink launch, ULA scrubs spy satellite mission

With 18 seconds left on the countdown clock, SpaceX aborted a Thursday morning launch that would have sent up the next batch of Starlink satellites — further postponing a launch that’s already been delayed several times.

SpaceX said the abort was due to a ground sensor picking up an “out-of-family” reading that caused the autonomous Falcon 9 rocket to stand down, although weather was looking good. The company said it will announce a new target date soon. Read more here.