SpaceX Aborts Starlink Mission Seconds Before Launch

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SpaceX attempted to launch 60 Starlink satellites into orbit on Thursday, October 1, but abruptly scrubbed the mission with 18 seconds before launch. Liftoff for the Falcon 9 rocket, which has already been postponed multiple times, was scheduled for 9:17 a.m. ET but was called off due to an “out of family ground system sensor reading.”

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