SSO-A: A SmallSat Express, will be involved in the launch of a total of 64 small satellites, and will also offer to have a new planets starting with Mars, a further demonstration of the Rocket's longevity and durability. The rocket was scheduled to lift off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California 1.31pm EST (6.31pm GMT) before landing on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean. However, the company tweeted: "Wednesday's launch of Spaceflight SSO-A from Vandenberg Air Force Base is currently no extreme go-to high altitude winds that violate the range of requirements.
"Vehicle and payloads are healthy. We will announce new launch date once confirmed with the Range. "
"The SpaceX Falcon 9 SSO-A launch is delayed due to weather," according to the US Air Force's 30th Space Wing at Vandenberg, according to the US Air Force's 30th Space Wing at Vandenberg.
This is the second time the mission has been delayed, on November 19, was postponed "to conduct additional preflight inspections," according to the company.
If the company is eventually successful, it will be a significant landmark for Mr. Musk, marking the first time a reusable rocket has been launched and landed three times, as well as the largest ride – a mission to launch on a US rocket.
SpaceX's website describes the Falcon 9 as a "two-stage rocket designed and manufactured by SpaceX for the transport and safety of satellites and the Dragon spacecraft into orbit.
It adds: "The Falcon 9 is the first orbit class rocket capable of reflight. SpaceX believes that Rocket Reliability is the key breakthrough needed to reduce the cost of access to space and enable people to live on other planets. "
Falcon 9 made history in 2012 when it was delivered the free-flying spacecraft Dragon into the correct orbit for rendezvous with the International Space Station, making SpaceX the first commercial company ever to visit the station.
The company statement added: "Since then Falcon 9 has made numerous trips to space, delivering satellites to orbit as well as delivering and returning cargo from the space station for NASA.
"Falcon 9, along with the Dragon Spacecraft, was designed from the outset to deliver humans into space and under an agreement with NASA, SpaceX is actively working toward this goal."
Speaking in May, Mr. Musk said: "I believe Falcon 9 was the most-launched rocket worldwide in 2017.
"If things go well – big caveat – SpaceX will launch more rockets than any other country in 2018."
he said in 2019, the SpaceX was planning to launch a Falcon 9 mission, land the booster, inspect it, and get it launched in under 24 hours.
SpaceX has now successfully launched well over 50 missions on a Falcon 9 rocket since 2010.
Mr. Musk added: "By this time last year, we only do five orbital-class missions.
"We're on track to launch our launch rate for last year, which was a record launch rate for us."
"The Red Planet" has been described as the "backup drive" for the third world war.