HOUSTON – SpaceX and NASA are planning a second attempt to launch the sixth Falcon9/Dragon commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station on April 14, after a lightning threat late in the first countdown on April 13 forced a postponement. The second attempt to start the two-day trip from the pad at Cape Canaveral AFS, Florida, to the six-person orbiting science laboratory was scheduled for April 14 at 4:10 p.m. EDT, during an instant launch window. U.S. Air ...

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