Space X Demo-2 Launch Canceled Due to Bad Weather. Postponed Until May 31, 3:22 PM EST [Update]
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Update: NASA just announced the Space X Demo-2 Launch has been aborted due to bad weather. The launch is postponed until May 31, 3:22 PM EST