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Falcon 9 Launch Scrubbed Due to Landing Barge Malfunction

SpaceX's expected resupply mission to the International Space Station this morning was scrubbed due to a malfunction in the drone recovery barge Of Course I Still Love You.

SpaceX had to scrub their launch of their Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Cargo Dragon on a resupply mission to the International Space Station after a malfunction in the drone ship Of Course I Still Love You pushed the flight back to tomorrow morning.

Malfunction in Drone Ship Delays Launch

A malfunction in the drone ship Of Course I Still Love You caused a planned launch for this morning to be scrubbed until tomorrow motning, according to SpaceX officials.

RELATED: SPACEX'S FALCON 9 ROCKET RETURNS SAFELY AFTER HISTORIC FLIGHT

An apparent electrical problem in the drone ship off Port Canaveral caused SpaceX to scrub this morning's pre-dawn launch of the Cargo Dragon capsule that was intended to resupply the International Space Station (ISS), delaying the launch of the Falcon 9 rocket until tomorrow morning, just before 3 AM.

The weather forecast for tomorrow morning's attempted launch has about a 70 percent chance of favorable weather, which will be SpaceX's last launch opportunity until May 12.

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