The spacecraft was slated to launch at about 12:55 p.m. ET, but the launch stopped with 30 seconds left in the countdown.
The company was battling with high winds to clear the launch. A backup launch window is slated for late Saturday morning.
The mission is expected to launch a new satellite for radio subscription service SiriusXM.
Friday's scrubbed launch came not even 48 hours after the company touted success in a high-altitude test and subsequent crash landing of its Starship rocket in south Texas.
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