HOUSTON—The June 2015 launch failure of SpaceX’s seventh NASA-contracted resupply mission to the International Space Station has jeopardized NASA’s plans to equip the six-person orbiting research laboratory with two docking adapters for future U.S. commercial crew capsules prior to the first test flight now planned for May 2017, according to a NASA inspector general’s assessment of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle ...

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