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NASA rocket launch at Wallops Flight Facility postponed from today to Saturday – NJ.com

NASA says it is continuing to inspect its equipment after the Black Brant XII rocket came into contact with part of the launch support structure.

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If you were planning to look up in the sky tonight to catch a glimpse of the NASA rocket that is scheduled to be launched from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, youll have to wait again at least one more day.
After six delays during the past week most of which were related to unfavorable weather conditions like cloudy skies or upper-level winds NASA has decided to postpone Friday nights scheduled launch as they assess the rocket for potential damage.
As of now, NASA is hoping to get its Black…

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