Intelsat-14 Launch Posponed

The launch of the Intelsat-14 spacecraft aboard an Atlas V was scrubbed just after midnight Friday night so that engineers can troubleshoot a temporary power interruption in an electronics component used to control flight events on the Atlas booster. The launch is being conducted for Lockheed Martin Commercial Launch Services by United Launch Alliance. The launch team executed the standard detanking procedure and will return the vehicle to the vertical integration facility to remove the electronics box for further investigation. A new launch date has not been established at this time