Relativity Space is gearing up for its second launch attempt of the Terran 1 rocket, wasting no time after scrubbing the first attempt earlier this week. The company returns to the launch pad at Cape Canaveral with the goal of making history: sending the world’s first majority-3D printed rocket to orbit.
The first launch attempt ended in a scrub due to propellant thermal conditions in Terran 1’s second stage. No company has ever made it to orbit on the first try, though, so a scrub was not entirely a surprise.
The window for today’s launch is from 1–4 PM EST. Relativity noted that it was monitoring wind conditions at the launch pad, but propellant loading on the rocket is already underway.