SpaceX has postponed the launch of a rocket with Starlink satellites until March 11

The company conducted the previous launch of 60 Starlink microsatellites on March 4.

SpaceX has postponed the launch of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle with 60 Starlink microsatellites to Thursday, March 11. The company announced this on Twitter on Tuesday.

“Now we plan to launch Starlink on Thursday, March 11 at 03: 13 East Coast time- we need time for additional pre-launch checks,” the report says.

SpaceX conducted the previous launch of 60 Starlink microsatellites on March 4.

The Starlink network is designed to provide Internet access by deploying many small spacecraft weighing up to 500 kg in near-Earth orbit. According to SpaceX, the launch of 11 thousand satellites and their commissioning will cost $10 billion.

In May 2019, the first 60 Starlink vehicles were launched into space.

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