By Greg Pallone, Reporter
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The launch of a Delta IV rocket from the Space Coast has been scrubbed -- it was the fourth attempt in as many days, but was ultimately called off due to weather.
Heavy storms and lots of lightning in the area are yet again to blame for the fourth scrub of the Delta IV.
The ULA Delta IV remains ready to go on the pad at Complex 37, and officials have announced a 48-hour turnaround, meaning the next launch attempt will be Monday at 6:43 p.m.
The goal still remains to launch a pair of twin satellites, plus another micro satellite, for the U.S. Air Force.
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