SpaceX reschedules 1st rocket launch of 2021 for Thursday

SpaceX is preparing for its first rocket launch of 2021.

The launch was reportedly scheduled for Monday but was postponed. On Tuesday, the space company announced that they will now try the launch on Thursday at 8:28 p.m. from Cape Canaveral.

The Kennedy Space Center said that SpaceX will bring a communications satellite for a Turkish satellite operator into space this launch, helping establish telecommunication services over Turkey and other countries.

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This launch was originally scheduled for November 30th, 2020, but was delayed several times.

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