On Monday, SpaceX launched a commercial Falcon 9 rocket after scrubbing an attempt less than a minute before liftoff on Sunday.
The Falcon 9 launch director called the hold at T-minus 52 seconds and blamed a sensor issue on the vehicle's first stage on Sunday.
“Hold hold hold! This is the launch director calling a hold on the countdown net. We have an issue with the TOTO sensor on the first stage. Launch conductor, please put us into a 24-hour recycle,” the launch director said.
Watch Monday's launch below:
They sent a spy satellite into space again for the National Reconnaissance Office. The NROL-76 went up on the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Monday morning at 7:15 a.m. ET from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
After launch, SpaceX successfully landed the Falcon 9's first stage (the 14-story) high core of the rocket that contains the main engines and most of the fuel) on solid ground back at Cape Canaveral.
All systems go for launch of NROL-76. Currently tracking upper level winds. Targeting liftoff at 7:15 a.m. EDT, 11:15 UTC. pic.twitter.com/GKQUTy5GC3
— SpaceX (@SpaceX) May 1, 2017
Not many details have been released about the satellite's final destination or what the probe will do.