The first stage of the Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket is located on the Cape Canaveral Air Force (Florida) launch pad before the second mission on August 6, 2018. This rocket will be released for the third time no earlier than December 1, 2018
SpaceX is again delaying the launch of the historic SSO-A mission, since on November 28 it was planned to launch 64 small satellites on the twice-used Falcon 9 rocket. The mission was to start from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, before the rocket landed on the platform in the Pacific Ocean. With a successful launch and landing Falcon 9 will be the first ever reusable rocket (third flight). However, now the departure of satellites was postponed at least for December 1 due to weather. SpaceX's Twitter page reported that the delay was caused by strong winds at high altitude. The company will soon announce a new launch date.
This is the second time this month when the SSO-A mission had to be postponed. The first attempt on November 19 was canceled for additional pre-flight checks. It remains only to wait for a new launch date to be announced in SpaceX to view the event online.