SpaceX postponed its planned launch of their Block 5 Falcon 9 rocket yesterday after an automatic launch shutdown occurred. They aren't sure what caused the shutdown, however, they are going to try again today to launch this updated rocket. Further, the latest Falcon 9 is approved for Crewed launches and will be able to be reused up to 10 times. This will allow for lower launch costs and more frequent launches. Hopefully everything goes well today and launches SpaceX to future success with the Falcon 9 rocket. The Block-5 is the first rocket from Musk’s California-based company to satisfy NASA’s standards for its Commercial Crew Program to carry agency astronauts to the International Space Station. But NASA still requires seven successful flights before the new rocket receives final certification for a manned mission.