“Due to unfavorable weather conditions, we stop launching today.” Elon Musk The company said in a tweet.
SpaceX writes: “Another launch attempt is available tomorrow, Jan.24 with a 22-minute window that opens at 10:00 AM EST.”
According to Ars Technica, The weather “violated the electric field rule for a safe release.”
SpaceX was to be launched from Florida Cape Canaveral Space Station on Saturday morning at around 9:40 AM ET.
The launch will be the fifth flight of the Falcon 9 spacecraft in SpaceX’s first phase, but the team’s first mission from the Flight Sharing program, carrying 10 Starlink internet satellites and 133 other small satellites.
In its rideshare software, SpaceX allows small satellite operators to reserve a fraction of the payload when the Falcon 9 launches.
Andy Tran, SpaceX’s production supervisor, said the mission will break the record for most satellites deployed from a single rocket.
SpaceX has had success over the past year, including launching the company flawlessly First crew launch ever To the International Space Station