SpaceX To Launch With NASA's Supplies To The International Space Station On June 28

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NASA is targeting the launch of its CRS-25 resupply mission no earlier than June 28, the agency informed in its latest mission update.

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The supplies will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS) astronauts in a SpaceX Dragon capsule which will lift off on a Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Center.

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Initially, the mission was scheduled for June 10 but was aborted due to irregular readings on the spacecraft during propellant loading.

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"NASA and SpaceX now are targeting no earlier than June 28 for the launch of the cargo Dragon spacecraft flight,

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, designated CRS-25, to the International Space Station, pending variables, including availability on the Eastern Range and space station scheduling", NASA said in a statement.

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"The joint teams stood down from a launch attempt this week after elevated vapour readings were measured during propellant loading of the Dragon," it added.

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