CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — 6:25 A.M.: Miss the launch? Watch it below in full:
6:13 A.M.: The Atlas 5 rocket successfully launched.
6:03 A.M.: New launch time is scheduled for 6:13 a.m.
6:01 A.M.: ULA says data configuration issue has been resolved. The countdown is set to resume shortly.
5:55 A.M.: Original issue has been corrected, but an additional data configuration issue has been reported. Watch Channel 9 now for live updates.
5:44 A.M.: ULA said action to correct the hydraulic steering positioning is being developed. The hold on the launch is continuing.
5:38 A.M.: ULA tweeted that the launch will be delayed a few minutes while engineers access a technical issue.
Cape Canaveral is preparing for its second launch in three days as ULA is scheduled to blast off an Atlas 5 rocket Thursday morning.
Thursday's launch window opens at 5:44 a.m.
The rocket is set to carry a satellite for the Air Force into space.
It was supposed to launch back in June, but was delayed due to a battery issue.
The launch window will remain open until 7:44 a.m.
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