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Update: Liftoff of SpaceX's 55th Starlink mission at 10:14 p.m. EDT! After a more than three-hour delay due to upper-level winds, Falcon 9 successfully delivered 52 more internet satellites to orbit 15 minutes after launch. Read our full post-launch story here.
Follow live as SpaceX targets 10:14 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Aug. 9, for the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket and Starlink satellites from Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
The 230-foot rocket will lift off from pad 39A and fly to the northeast, drop off its first stage booster for a drone ship landing, and then deliver the Starlink internet satellites to low-Earth orbit about 15 minutes later. Weather for this evening's attempt stands at roughly 70% "go."
A previous 6:57 p.m. liftoff time was called off due to upper-level winds.
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This article originally appeared on Florida Today: Updates: SpaceX launches more Starlink from Kennedy Space Center