The much anticipated SpaceX launch was stalled suddenly in the closing parts of the countdown sequence. The LIFT-OFF DID NOT OCCUR, on time. Space Flight Control, Houston, reported that there has been a “cutoff in the Launch Sequence” and that the launch was aborted. The exact nature of the problem is still unknown.
Latest Update: The SpaceX Launch Delayed Till Tuesday!
One of the computers apparently saw a parameter value that ‘it didn’t like’ and thus the engine had to shut down. The launch vehicle is stable and can be recycled for the next attempt.
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The launch has been postponed, but at the time of writing this, the exact duration of the delay has not been specified.
The details are coming in. The International Space Station team, waiting eagerly for the first private docking at the ISS, has been informed of the problem.
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The historic launch is still in the future. We wish both NASA and SpaceX the very best of luck