On Wednesday evening, SpaceX plans to launch a satellite using an already flown rocket for the third time ever.
Liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled from NASA's Kennedy Space Center at approximately 6:53 p.m. Coverage is expected to begin 15 minutes before launch.
The first stage of this Falcon 9 rocket was flown on February 19 to send cargo to the International Space Station.
The satellite launched on Wednesday will provide high-definition broadcasts to the US and other parts of North America.
There is a 2-hour launch window. If SpaceX does not launch on Wednesday, the company has a backup window on Thursday at the same time.