HOUSTON — SpaceX and NASA were scrambling to salvage the second Dragon Commercial Resupply Services mission to the International Space Station, after the unmanned cargo capsule encountered a thruster issue shortly after its March 1 liftoff that slowed the scheduled critical deployments of its solar arrays and rendezvous maneuvers. This situation has forced at least a one-day delay in plans for a March 2 rendezvous and berthing of the Dragon capsule with the six-person orbiting science ...
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