NASA and SpaceX have announced a new date for the launch of the first crew rotation mission to the International Space Station.
The Falcon 9 rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral at 11:31 a.m.
No new launch date has been released.
The rocket is bringing Starlink satellites into space, aimed at providing better internet access to under-developed nations.
SpaceX was hoping to launch a Falcon 9 rocket with 60 Starlink satellites on Sunday morning after being delayed because of weather.
It was a perfect launch for a Falcon 9 rocket on Wednesday morning after a few delays. SpaceX launched the rocket to send 60 Starlink communications satellites into space.
When it does go off, the Falcon 9 rocket will carry Starlink communication satellites into space.
This launch is expected as SpaceX approaches their first crewed launch later this year.
The Falcon 9 rocket will carry Starlink communication satellites into space.
The company founded and led by Elon Musk mimicked an emergency launch escape Sunday in the skies above Cape Canaveral, Florida.
SpaceX has a Falcon 9 launch scheduled for Tuesday in Cape Canaveral.
The launch is an important one for SpaceX and NASA as the commercial crew program continues into the phase that many officials describe as “the final dress rehearsal.”
Many flocked to Cape Canaveral on Sunday to watch the launch.
"We think that it appears probable that the first crewed launch will occur in the second quarter," Musk said.
Following the SpaceX abort test, Brevard County Emergency Management Office tweeted that beachgoers should look out debris.
SpaceX and NASA will destroy a rocket in flight to test the Dragon Crew capsule's abort system.
The booster was just used during Monday night's Starlink mission landed perfectly at sea on the drone ship "Of Course I Still Love You," following a successful launch.
All systems and weather are a go, ahead of Monday night's launch of 60 Starlink satellites, part of SpaceX's first official launch of the United States Space Force.
The rocket will carry 60 Starlink satellite into orbit, aimed at providing internet service to those who are not yet connected.
The rocket that looks like something from the movies is on the move.