Watch SpaceX launch a Dragon cargo ship to the space station on June 5 after a two-day delay

Updated June 5: SpaceX has delayed the launch of the CRS-28 cargo mission to no later than Today (June 5) at 11:47 AM EST (1547 GMT) Because of the strong winds in the missile recovery area. The launch was scheduled to take place Sunday, just four hours after SpaceX Falcon 9 launched its last 22 Starlink V2 satellites from a nearby pad at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

SpaceX will launch the 28th cargo mission to the International Space Station for NASA on Monday (June 5) after a two-day weather delay, and you can watch the event live.

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