If you happened by yesterday to watch the launch of Sentinel 1B you know it was postponed due to weather issues.
The good part about the delay is I will get to see the launch if it goes as planned today.
ESA was kind enough to indicate the launch times in a variety of time zones:
Delayed again. These times are listed on the ESA site, but may not be current (they don’t seem to be ).
- 06:02:13 p.m., (Local time in French Guiana)
- 05:02:13 p.m., (in Washington, D.C.)
- 09:02:13 p.m., (UTC)
- 11:02:13 p.m., (in Paris)
- 00:02:13 a.m., (in Moscow) on April
The image (copyright ESA–Manuel Pedoussaut, 2016) shows the Soyuz VS14 upper composite hoisted to the top of the service tower in preparation for launch.