Antares Slip Adds To ISS Resupply Launch Pressure

Credit: Antares rocket at Wallops Island, Virginia: NASA
LONG BEACH, California—NASA faces the prospect of delays to all three of the next non-Russian resupply missions scheduled to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) following Orbital ATK’s acknowledgment that the initial launch of its upgraded Antares rocket has slipped from this month to...

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