Ready to launch a resupply mission are NASA and SpaceX.
After a little over a month of delays, NASA and SpaceX are ready to launch a resupply mission
the International Space Station, which includes more than 5,800 pounds of supplies,
The mission was previously scheduled to launch on June 10, but was delayed
NASA ultimately said that the issue, which caused elevated vapor readings of mono
The leak marked a rare hiccup for SpaceX’s Dragon capsule program
hich until now has conducted a number of missions ferrying crew and cargo to and from the ISS
This mission is part of SpaceX’s Commercial Resupply Services-2 (CRS-2) contract with NASA