SpaceX has been forced to cancel its latest launch due to adverse weather conditions.
The private space firm scrubbed the lift off of its Falcon 9 rocket just minutes before its scheduled launch time, as rain clouds passed over the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
A new launch time is yet to be confirmed.
"Standing down from today’s mission due to weather; proceeding through the countdown until T-1 minute for data collection," the firm tweeted. "Will announce a new target launch date once confirmed on the Range."
The mission was set to deliver a batch of 57 Starlink satellites into orbit as part of Elon Musk's plan to beam high-speed internet down to Earth.