Engineers probing the May 22 failure of an Aerojet Rocketdyne AJ-26 engine during an acceptance test for a future Orbital Sciences Antares mission to the International Space Station (ISS) have yet to determine whether the mishap will delay the next Antares launch. Preparations for that mission, set to launch from Wallops Flight Facility, Va., on June 10, continue as planned, according to Orbital spokesman Barry Beneski. “The team will continue to progress toward the June 10 launch ...

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