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[email protected] will launch a backup spacecraft to the @Space_Station next month to get the 2 cosmonauts and 1 astronaut after a leak was detected on a Soyuz capsule attached to the station, per @interfax_news
[email protected]: Standing down from today's launch of Starlink to take a closer look at data from second stage; teams are setting up for next launch opportunity, which is tomorrow, January 11 at 7:48 p.m. PT
[email protected]: SpaceX had four rockets on four pads and two Dragons on orbit today—as CRS-26 Dragon departed the @space_station with Crew-5 Dragon still attached to the orbiting lab, Falcon Heavy rolled out of the hangar, two Falcon 9's readied for launch, and Ship 24 was stacked onto Booster 7
[email protected]: Targeting 8:15 p.m. PT tonight for Falcon 9's launch of 51 Starlink satellites from SLC-4E in California; teams are keeping an eye on weather conditions, which are 30% favorable for liftoff
[email protected]: To complete pre-launch processing, now targeting Monday, January 9 at 11:50 p.m. ET for launch of the @OneWeb Launch 16 mission from SLC-40. Vehicle and spacecraft are healthy, and weather is >90% favorable for liftoff
[email protected]: Falcon 9 carried 114 spacecraft to orbit that were set to deploy across 82 deployments, 78 of which have been confirmed. Teams are continuing to review data, though it may take customers some time to provide additional information on the status of their payloads