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DSCOVR launch delayed, large filament, complex sunspot regions

DSCOVR was supposed to be launched yesterday but the attempt was called off only minutes before launch due to two issues: a first stage transmitter issue and an issue with a range radar. Next possible launch opportunity would have been today at 23:07 UTC but this time has already been scraped due to unfavorable weather at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.

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