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Standing down today due to excess upper level winds. Teams are working toward tomorrow's backup launch window, which opens at 10:30 p.m. EDT

New T-0 of 11:00 p.m. EDT—Falcon 9 and Starlink continue to look good for today's launch

RT @elonmusk
Starlink mission will be heaviest @spacex payload ever at 18.5 tons. If all goes well, each launch of 60 satellites will generate more power than Space Station & deliver 1 terabit of bandwidth to Earth.

All systems and weather are go ahead of tonight’s launch of Starlink; webcast will go live about 15 minutes before liftoff → 

The booster supporting this mission previously flew in support of the Telstar 18 VANTAGE and Iridium-8 missions

Weather is 80% favorable for tomorrow’s Falcon 9 launch of Starlink. Launch window opens at 10:30 p.m. EDT → 

Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting May 15 for launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Pad 40 in Florida

RT @elonmusk
First 60 @spacex Starlink satellites loaded into Falcon fairing. Tight fit.

RT @NASASocial
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We're opening our doors in June for you to see @spacex's Falcon Heavy rocket launch from @NASAKennedy in Florida. Apply to go behind the scenes, meet experts from @AFspace & much more: 

RT @Space_Station
Live now on @nasa TV, watch the installation of the @spacex to the Harmony module where it will stay for one month. | 

Capture confirmed! Dragon is now attached to the @Space_Station robotic arm

Dragon is ~10 meters from @Space_Station. Capture sequence starting shortly → 

RT @Space_Station
Flight control teams for the Space Station and @spacex are proceeding toward grapple of the Dragon cargo spacecraft this morning. Capture is expected around 7 am ET. 

Dragon is about 182 meters from the @Space_Station. Watch live → 

RT @nasa
LIVE NOW: Watch coverage of @spacex's spacecraft rendezvousing with the @Space_Station to deliver science, supplies and hardware to the orbiting laboratory. Capture of the cargo craft is scheduled for 7:30am ET. Watch: 

The @spacex Dragon cargo spacecraft is expected to arrive at the @Space_Station early tomorrow after Saturday's successful launch. Get up early and catch live coverage of the rendezvous and capture on  beginning at 5:30 a.m. EDT.
Image credit: NASA

More photos from Falcon 9’s 40th successful launch from Pad 40 in Florida and 39th first stage rocket booster landing to date → 

Falcon 9 launches Dragon on SpaceX’s 17th resupply mission to the @Space_Station