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Next Falcon Heavy launch delayed
Posted: Sat, May 12, 2018, 6:09 PM ET (2209 GMT)
Falcon Heavy inaugural launch (J. Foust) The next Falcon Heavy launch has been delayed to October. An Air Force spokesperson said that its Space Test Program 2 mission, the next flight of the Falcon Heavy, was delayed from June "due to ongoing qualification testing and engineering review." SpaceX officials previously said they planned to perform two more Falcon Heavy launches, of the Space Test Program 2 mission and of a communications satellite, this year.
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