September was a disappointment for space enthusiasts, and now it looks like it’s going to continue into October, as a series of long delays continue, with the planned SpaceX star chain mission cancelled on Monday. It marks the fifth delay in the past three weeks, just three days after SpaceX had to shelve the launch of a GPS satellite for the U.S. space force on Friday. The mission has also been postponed four times in the past week. < / P > < p > delay not only affects SpaceX. The joint launch alliance delta IV heavy rocket, originally scheduled to launch a new US spy satellite into orbit on August 27, has been delayed no less than six times, the latest on September 30. There are many reasons for the delay. Several incidents were related to poor weather conditions near Cape Canaveral, Florida, but there were also problems with the launch pad equipment, sensors and machinery that led to delayed launches. < / P > < p > each delay is a timetable breaker, not only for the companies and crew directly involved in the mission, but also for a large number of astronomy enthusiasts, journalists and other observers who are eager to see the launch opportunity. &My hobby of watching a rocket launch is turning into watching a rocket be placed on a launch pad, and people say, “stop, stop, stop,” says one astronomer. < / P > < p > more and more people vent their dissatisfaction on twitter, even giving birth to a new label. #Scrubtober (formerly known as “scrubtuber”). < / P > < p > the topic has caught the attention of SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who said on Friday that he planned to visit Cape Canaveral in person to review hardware and “regulatory restrictions.”. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure