SpaceX’s scheduled launch of an unmanned Falcon 9 rocket to resupply the International Space Station was scrubbed because of cloudy weather.

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SpaceX’s scheduled launch of an unmanned Falcon 9 rocket to resupply the International Space Station was scrubbed because of cloudy weather.

The rocket, carrying the Dragon cargo spacecraft and 4,300 pounds (1,950 kilograms) of supplies and payloads, was slated to blast off at 4:33 p.m. New York time Monday from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

NASA called the launch a “no go” shortly before takeoff, citing the weather.