SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket aborts triple satellite launch at last minute

A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket carrying three satellites aborted an attempted launch at the last minute late Friday (April 28).

The heavy-lift Falcon Heavy rocket was 59 seconds from lifting off at 8:26 pm EDT (0026 GMT) from Pad 39A of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida when SpaceX called an abort. The rocket was about to enter its startup phase, but did not ignite its 27 first-stage engines, nine each on its three core boosters. It’s unclear what caused the abort.

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Andrew Naughtie

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