Scheduling issues at Cape Canaveral, including launch of a classified U.S. government spacecraft known as Clio, may force NASA to delay its long-planned first flight of the Orion deep-space crew capsule from mid-September into October. “We'll probably move a little bit from the September time frame just because of the launch manifest, probably somewhere into October,” says William Gerstenmaier, associate NASA administrator for human exploration and operations. “We're going to continue the ...


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