1. SpaceX test-fires Falcon 9 rocket for Starlink launch Sunday  Spaceflight Now
  2. SpaceX and Starlink are changing the night sky, and fast  CNET
  3. Satellite megaconstellations prompt new warning from astronomy group about impact on science  Space.com
  4. Astronomy group finds Starlink satellites will have ‘negative impact’  New Scientist
  5. Astronomers warn of ‘worrisome’ light pollution from satellite constellations  TechCrunch
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SpaceX test-fires Falcon 9 rocket for Starlink launch Sunday – Spaceflight Now

Astronomers sound the alarm about Elon Musk's project, but the drive to launch thousands of broadband satellites is only accelerating.Astronomers sound the alarm about Elon Musk's project, but the drive to launch thousands of broadband satellites is only accelerating.

SpaceX and Starlink are changing the night sky, and fast - CNET

The International Astronomical Union has issued another statement expressing concern at the way megaconstellations like SpaceX's Starlink will affect astronomy.

Satellite megaconstellations prompt new warning from astronomy group about impact on science | Space

The International Astronomical Union has concluded a review of satellite mega constellations such as SpaceX's Starlink satellites and found they will have a major impact on large telescopes, but not naked eye astronomyThe International Astronomical Union has concluded a review of satellite mega constellations such as SpaceX's Starlink satellites and found they will have a major impact on large telescopes, but not naked eye astronomy

Astronomy group finds Starlink satellites will have 'negative impact' | New Scientist

You can't even look at the night sky without a tech billionaire grinning benevolently down, finds Nicola Martin.You can't even look at the night sky without a tech billionaire grinning benevolently down, finds Nicola Martin.

“Static fire of Falcon 9 complete ahead of launching 60 Starlink satellites—due to poor weather in the recovery area tomorrow, now targeting launch on Sunday, February 16 at 10:25 a.m. EST, 15:25 UTC”

SpaceX on Twitter: "Static fire of Falcon 9 complete ahead of launching 60 Starlink satellites—due to poor weather in the recovery area tomorrow, now targeting launch on Sunday, February 16 at 10:25 a.m. EST, 15:25 UTC"

“SpaceX's fifth Starlink mission is 60% go for launch on Saturday at 10:46 EST/15:46 UTC, according to the latest @45thSpaceWing forecast, with "low" risk from upper-level winds. Weather improves to 90% go for Sunday.”

Michael Sheetz on Twitter: "SpaceX's fifth Starlink mission is 60% go for launch on Saturday at 10:46 EST/15:46 UTC, according to the latest @45thSpaceWing forecast, with "low" risk from upper-level winds. Weather improves to 90% go for Sunday.… https://t.co/XBdN2q30tN"

“Weather forecast for upcoming #SpaceX Starlink 5 launch from Cape Canaveral shows 60% chance of favorable conditions. Liftoff at 1046 ET (1545 UTC).”

Emre Kelly on Twitter: "Weather forecast for upcoming #SpaceX Starlink 5 launch from Cape Canaveral shows 60% chance of favorable conditions. Liftoff at 1046 ET (1545 UTC).… https://t.co/i33cJFo21l"

“Looks like @spaceX might be sending people to space this May. Mark your calendars for history ppl. https://t.co/ADVs38Mnja”

Sanden Totten on Twitter: "Looks like @spaceX might be sending people to space this May. Mark your calendars for history ppl. https://t.co/ADVs38Mnja… https://t.co/8hIo3HWqWg"

The International Astronomical Union has issued the preliminary results from a study on the potential effects of multi-thousand satellite constellations like that being built by StarLink. Finding that Earth-based astronomical observations may be "severely affected," the body warned that mitigations and rules had better be formed sooner rather than later.The International Astronomical Union has issued the preliminary results from a study on the potential effects of multi-thousand satellite constellations like that being built by StarLink. Finding that Earth-based astronomical observations may be "severely affected," the body warned that mitigations and rules had better be formed sooner rather than later.

Astronomers warn of ‘worrisome’ light pollution from satellite constellations – TechCrunch

The company blamed “poor weather in the recovery area” for the delay.The company blamed “poor weather in the recovery area” for the delay.

SPACEX STARLINK LAUNCH: Delayed until Sunday due to weather

Once thought impossible, SpaceX is on the verge of its 50th landing of a booster rocket after launch, a milestone that has helped convince the space industry that ditching rocket boosters into the ocean, the practice for decades, is an expensive waste of a perfectly good vehicle.Once thought impossible, SpaceX is on the verge of its 50th landing of a booster rocket after launch, a milestone that has helped convince the space industry that ditching rocket boosters into the ocean, the practice for decades, is an expensive waste of a perfectly good vehicle.

Elon Musk’s SpaceX is about to land its 50th Falcon 9 booster - The Washington Post

SpaceX plans to launch its fifth batch of Starlink satellites from Florida at 10:25 a.m. EST on Sunday, after postponing a Saturday attempt due to weather concerns.SpaceX plans to launch its fifth batch of Starlink satellites from Florida at 10:25 a.m. EST on Sunday, after postponing a Saturday attempt due to weather concerns.

SpaceX plans to launch fifth Starlink batch Sunday - UPI.com

Sunday's liftoff time at Launch Complex 40 is slated for 10:25 a.m.Sunday's liftoff time at Launch Complex 40 is slated for 10:25 a.m.

SpaceX test fires rocket at Cape Canaveral, but delays Starlink launch

SpaceX is pushing back its fifth Starlink launch from Saturday to Sunday due to poor weather in Florida. If all goes well, this load of 60 satellites will bring the total Starlink constellation to 300.SpaceX is pushing back its fifth Starlink launch from Saturday to Sunday due to poor weather in Florida. If all goes well, this load of 60 satellites will bring the total Starlink constellation to 300.

SpaceX pushes back its fifth launch of Starlink satellites to Sunday due to poor weather in Florida | Daily Mail Online

Launch window opens at 10:25 a.m. ESTLaunch window opens at 10:25 a.m. EST

SpaceX Pushes Back Starlink Satellite Launch