24 July 2014
The launch of a Delta 4 rocket containing three U.S. Air Force satellites scheduled for Wednesday at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station was postponed 24 hours because of a ground system problem at the launch pad. A ULA spokesperson said that an issue with the ground support equipment environmental control system that supports the launch vehicle caused the delay with less than two hours to go prior to launch. The three satellites comprise the Air Force Space Command (AFSC)-4 mission, and ULA has rescheduled the launch, pending weather conditions and a solution to the environmental control problem, for Thursday evening at 6:59 p.m. (Image Credit: Wikipedia)
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