After a jarring last-second abortion on Saturday which was later blamed on a faulty engine valve, the SpaceX’s rocket launch has been rescheduled to take place in the wee morning hours on Tuesday, May 22nd at 3:44 am Eastern Time. If you’re interested enough to be awake at that time of day, you can watch the (hopefully successful already) launch on the livestream above. Until then, the feed will be playing various videos from NASA TV that you can check out. The upside is that those videos will definitely be happening. The downside? They don’t necessarily include real-time footage of jets of flame. You’ll have to wake up early to catch that.
- The ill-fated launch from May 19th
- Some more info on the abortion
- The cause of the abortion, a faulty engine valve