UPDATE: Arianespace will launch two European navigation satellites on a Soyuz rocket Saturday night. Watch it live.

Update for Dec. 3: Due to poor weather, Arianespace has again delayed this launch by 24 hours. Liftoff is now scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 4. The exact time of the targeted liftoff has not yet been announced. 

Update for Dec. 2: Arianespace is now targeting launch on Friday (Dec. 3) for the Galileo satellite mission on a Russian-built Soyuz rocket. Liftoff is set for Dec. 3 at 7:23 p.m. EST (0023 GMT).


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