SpaceX-5 Launch Moved to January 10, 4:45 am EST

To all SSEP M6 Flight Teams –

Received from NanRacks at 2:38 pm EST:

Latest updates are in- primary launch date has officially been moved to 1/10 at 4:45 a.m.- SpaceX needed the extra day for review and testing after the first attempt.

Back up launch date is now January 13th.

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