Let's try this again.
SpaceX had planned to stage a major launch on Wednesday, sending the company's first-ever crewed vehicle into space. The event would have also marked the first such U.S.-operated mission in almost a decade.
Well, that launch got scrubbed at the last minute due to weather concerns. It was quickly rescheduled for May 30 at 3:22 p.m. ET.
While NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine suggested on Saturday morning that weather concerns may delay the launch once again, for now there's a launch set to happen and it's something you can watch online.
We are moving forward with launch today. Weather challenges remain with a 50% chance of cancellation#LaunchAmerica
— Jim Bridenstine (@JimBridenstine) May 30, 2020 Read more...