SpaceX Space Station Cargo Launch Moves To July 11

The launch follows SpaceX’s 24th commercial resupply mission in December 2021.
Credit: NASA/Kevin Davis and Chris Colem
HOUSTON—SpaceX has identified the source of elevated mono-methyl hydrazine vapor readings that have prompted a series of delays to the launch of its latest Dragon resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS). A faulty Draco thruster valve inlet joint has been discovered that needs to be...

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