Sunday, 11 January 2015

CRS-5 mission scrubbed a second time

Today's launch of the CRS-5 mission to the International Space Station (ISS) has been scrubbed. The launch, which was scheduled for 6:20 am EST, was aborted one minute and 21 seconds prior to lift off due to an issue with the second stage. The launch would have seen the first attempt of a powered booster landing on a barge... Continue Reading CRS-5 mission scrubbed a second time

Section: Space

Tags: CRS-5, Dragon, International Space Station, Launch, SpaceX

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