SpaceX cancelled another launch of Starlink, which again frustrated the rescheduled launch. The mission was originally scheduled for September 17, but because the recycling issue was cancelled at the last minute, the weather conditions later affected the second attempt. This is the company’s 13th launch of the “star chain” satellite. < p > < p > Starlink promises to provide broadband ground speed, but does not require a fixed infrastructure. It combines satellites in low earth orbit with a specially designed tracking and receiving dish on the ground. However, it is not easy and controversial to send a satellite into the constellation. Today’s 60 satellite launch is scheduled for 9:17 a.m. Eastern time, and the Falcon 9 rocket will be launched at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. But according to SpaceX, the plan had to change shortly before launch. “< p > < p > we will cancel today’s star link mission due to sensor readings on the home ground system, and we will announce a new target launch date once the launch date is determined,” the company tweeted < / P > < p > this is one of the two SpaceX launches planned this week. The launch of GPS iii-4, originally scheduled for Friday, October 2, has been rescheduled. SpaceX said there was a 15 minute window starting at 9:43 p.m. et. < / P > < p > < p > “star chain” mission is not only to deploy more satellites, but also to further prove SpaceX’s commitment to reusable space technology. For example, Falcon 9, which is in use, has a first-stage booster that has flown twice. After launch, SpaceX’s robots reclaim the spacecraft and plan to capture it for reuse. < / P > < p > while this is a setback for the company, not everyone will be disappointed with Starlink’s slow growth. Because the project has been strongly criticized by some, astronomers complain that flashing satellites can interfere with ground-based telescopes. SpaceX countered this and promised to use a new antireflection coating on its hardware. At the same time, the cooperation between SpaceX and NASA continues, and the first manned dragon spacecraft carrying astronauts will be launched on October 31. Although it was a little later than originally planned, the delay gave astronauts on the international space station more time to further investigate the air leak on the station. Global Tech