A fully fueled SpaceX Falcon 9 V1.1 rocket sits on the pad at Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Monday, November 25th. The first launch attempt would be scrubbed shortly after due to pressure fluctuations on the first stage liquid oxygen tank. The next launch attempt is scheduled for November 27th with a launch window of 5:39-6:44pm. If Falcon launches, it will be the first Thanksgiving day launch from the cape since 1959. The Falcon 9 will be lofting the SES-8 satellite into a circular orbit, 22,300 miles above the equator and will provide television coverage to South Asia and China.