Space Force Missile 

Warning Satellites

On Thursday

A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket was scheduled to launch from Florida's Space Coast.

Ula Also Planned To

Place missile warning satellites into orbit, but mother nature had other ideas.

Only 20%

Of the odds were in favor of the USSF-12 mission leaving Space Launch Complex-41

When a Two-Hour Launch Window

Opened at 6 p.m. EDT. just after that at 7 o'clock, ULA announced that four weather conditions prevented a launch.

Four Weather Conditions Namely

Cumulus clouds, anvils, lightning, surface electric fields prevented launch from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.

The Atlas V Will Carry

Two spacecraft into geosynchronous orbit, which is 22,000 miles above Earth, when the rocket lifts off.

It Will Be Possible to Try Again

In 24 hours, with Friday's liftoff time set for 6 p.m. EDT. An initial weather briefing indicates a 60% success chance.

'Partially Eclipsed Moon'  in Space

Is Playing Hide and Seek