SpaceX canceled the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket with GPS III satellite two seconds before launch. The live broadcast was conducted on the company's website.
The launch was to take place from the cosmodrome at Cape Canaveral (Florida) at 21.43 local time (04.43 Moscow time). Two seconds before the start, the MCC gave the command to cancel the launch.
Details and reasons for the cancellation were not disclosed. There will be no more launch attempts today.
The rocket was supposed to launch the satellite GPS III-4 into orbit. It should enter the constellation of GPS geolocation satellites, where there are already three new generation devices. GPS III caters to the needs of the US military and civilians.
Earlier, SpaceX founder Elon Musk posted on Twitter a photo of the Starship ship with a finished tail unit. Musk also said that the flaps are now directly driven by electric motors with a gearbox.