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T-35 minutes. Prop load has begun.
"The Starship has landed"

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Have a look here on Windy.

Doesn't look so good for today.

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T-25 minutes.
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T-20 minutes. TE venting as per usual.
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Spacex live. 15 minutes.
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T-10 minutes. Range red still.
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HOLD and SCRUB!
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Scrub due to weather. 24 hour turnaround.
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"Thick Cloud Rule"
The 30% chance of thick cloud rule 100% happened today at launch time.
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The good news is that the skies are predicted to be clear for tomorrow's launch attempt, with 1% cloud cover from the Cape all the way down to West Palm Beach, and 3 to 4% for Ft. Lauderdale and Miami.  Should be good viewing weather all down the coast for this launch 12 minutes after sunset, assuming the winds permit it.  It will be on the chilly side for Florida, only 44 F / 7 C at the Cape at launch time, dropping to 36 F / 2 C later that night.

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New SpaceX webcast for tomorrow's attempt: https://youtube.com/watch?v=gYmynWbCSps

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New cancel-and-replace NGA notices.

Quote from: NGA
290038Z JAN 22
NAVAREA IV 93/22(11,26,27).
WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.
STRAITS OF FLORIDA.
OLD BAHAMA CHANNEL.
FLORIDA.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING
   292306Z TO 300004Z JAN, ALTERNATE
   2306Z TO 0004Z DAILY 30 THRU 31 JAN
   IN AREAS BOUND BY:
   A. 28-35-48N 080-35-01W, 28-37-00N 080-32-00W,
      28-35-00N 080-21-00W, 28-13-00N 080-09-00W,
      28-10-00N 080-15-00W, 28-10-00N 080-24-00W,
      28-26-43N 080-32-41W.
   B. 26-18-00N 079-22-00W, 26-18-00N 079-20-00W,
      25-29-00N 078-43-00W, 25-01-00N 078-44-00W,
      25-00-00N 078-51-00W, 25-28-00N 079-07-00W.
   C. 23-16-00N 079-31-00W, 23-28-00N 079-31-00W,
      23-38-00N 079-25-00W, 23-44-00N 079-13-00W,
      23-43-00N 079-02-00W, 23-38-00N 078-51-00W,
      23-28-00N 078-45-00W, 23-17-00N 078-45-00W,
      23-07-00N 078-51-00W, 23-01-00N 079-02-00W,
      23-01-00N 079-13-00W, 23-06-00N 079-24-00W.
2. CANCEL NAVAREA IV 88/22.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 010104Z FEB 22.
Quote from: NGA
290055Z JAN 22
HYDROPAC 243/22(22).
EASTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.
DNC 06.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, SPACE DEBRIS
   300041Z TO 300119Z JAN, ALTERNATE
   0041Z TO 0119Z DAILY 31 JAN THRU 01 FEB
   IN AREA BOUND BY
   39-10S 119-01W, 28-43S 117-27W,
   16-15S 114-20W, 03-31S 110-37W,
   03-57S 108-14W, 14-34S 108-52W,
   27-04S 111-28W, 39-42S 115-56W.
2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 231/22.
3. CANCEL THIS MSG 010219Z FEB 22.

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New L-1. 80% go with the primary concern being liftoff winds, moderate ULW shear risk.

Delay day is 90+% go

https://www.patrick.spaceforce.mil/About-Us/Weather/
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guys I forgot the word as I had been stating of a thing related to Falcon heavy. I used octaweb as wrong word I was to use the word longerhons. So I meant longerhons attachment points Sorry for the mistake

Do you mean "longerons"? You mean the FH side-core mounting points for the longerons?
yes the structure  getting attached to longerons
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guys I forgot the word as I had been stating of a thing related to Falcon heavy. I used octaweb as wrong word I was to use the word longerhons. So I meant longerhons attachment points Sorry for the mistake

Do you mean "longerons"? You mean the FH side-core mounting points for the longerons?
yes the structure  getting attached to longerons

Those structures are on the center core not the side boosters. The sides have the conection points for the longerons but the longerons remain on the center core after stage separation and you can see it on the onboard camera views that the side boosters deploy and then the longerons retract against the body of the center core. Also, the forward connection points for the side boosters are on the nosecone, with it being removed and changed by an interstage, there's obviously not gonna be anything like that on the booster.

guys I forgot the word as I had been stating of a thing related to Falcon heavy. I used octaweb as wrong word I was to use the word longerhons. So I meant longerhons attachment points Sorry for the mistake

Do you mean "longerons"? You mean the FH side-core mounting points for the longerons?
yes the structure  getting attached to longerons

Those structures are on the center core not the side boosters. The sides have the conection points for the longerons but the longerons remain on the center core after stage separation and you can see it on the onboard camera views that the side boosters deploy and then the longerons retract against the body of the center core. Also, the forward connection points for the side boosters are on the nosecone, with it being removed and changed by an interstage, there's obviously not gonna be anything like that on the booster.
but the base longerons connection are on the side booster's octaweb so anything about that. I showed  it in the 3rd and 4th images and I used the image of a core booster as the last image to signify whose release point on the side booster I am asking
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yes the structure  getting attached to longerons

The first photo is a conduit and not a longerons.

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