SpaceX tweeted: “Standing down from tomorrow’s launch of ANASIS-II to take a closer look at the second stage, swap hardware if needed.
“Will announce new target launch date once confirmed on the Range.”
On July 11, SpaceX completed a static fire test of the Falcon 9 rocket.
The rocket was rolled out onto the launchpad and fired its raptor engines without lifting off the ground.
Just hours earlier, the company called off the launch of 57 Starlink satellites, once again citing the need for more “checkouts”.