The Falcon 9 rocket will carry Zuma, a US government spacecraft, into low-Earth orbit.
The launch window for the Falcon 9 rocket opens at 8 p.m.
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Among the few concrete details, however, is the launch's contractor, Northrop Grumman, who was selected by the USA government to find a rocket for the launch, hence the use of Falcon 9.
SpaceX has scheduled a live feed of the launch on YouTube (we've embedded it below!) but you can also watch along on Space.com's webcast page. This makes sense given that the relatively low orbit would SpaceX to bring the Falcon 9 first stage in for a landing back on land, rather than a drone ship at sea.
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The launch was initially supposed to take place in November but was postponed so the California-based company could take a closer look at potential problems with the fairing, or the nose cone part of the rocket that protects the payload.
SpaceX now has 21 successful first-stage touchdowns under its belt, nine of them at Landing Zone 1 and the other 12 on "autonomous spaceport droneships" stationed in the ocean.
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SpaceX chief executive Elon Musk's goal is to ideal the technique so that rockets can one day become just as reusable as airplanes, thereby lowering the cost of space travel. The launch had been pushed back several times since late 2017, with the past week's "extreme weather" on the East Coast contributing to the most recent delay. Zuma will be the first before the company premiers its new Falcon Heavy rocket, sometime later in January. The Wing could potentially support more than 30 launches.