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On Wednesday, Elon Musk, the SpaceX boss suspected a delay was likely due to "upper atmospheric wind shear" and SpaceX confirmed that there would be no launch day.
The launch was scheduled at 17:32. After the atmospheric conditions, PT pushed the historic flight to the end of its launch window. SpaceX now uses its backup window to start, which should open at 15:32. PT on April 11th and stays open until 5:32 pm. PT.
As with all SpaceX launches, this will be a livestream event. It's especially notable as it was the second Falcon Heavy ever and the very first commercial launch for the gigantic launcher. It's been over a year since SpaceX sent Eles Musk's Tesla Roadster into space.
SpaceX will have the official livestream on its website and on the YouTube live link below 20 minutes before launch:
The missile payload, Arabsat-6A will be released after 34 minutes. As with the launch of the Falcon Heavy, SpaceX will try to safely land the two side rocket boosters in the Cape Canaveral Landing Zones 1 and 2 in Florida.
The core booster arrested by Of Course I Still Love You drone ship in the Atlantic. In this case, it will be another historic moment for SpaceX. The first call was not so good for the poor old core booster who missed the landing and crashed into the sea.
SpaceX hopes for a successful retrieval of all boosters as Falcon Heavy plans a second launch later this year.
Originally published on April 9th.
April 10 update: Adds delay information.