NASA Scrubs Radiation Mission Launch

NASA scrubbed efforts to launch the twin Radiation Belt Storm Probe mission spacecraft early Aug. 24, to allow more time to troubleshoot a C-band tracking beacon problem on the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas 5 rocket. ULA made plans for a second attempt to launch the $686 million mission from...

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