SpaceX’s cargo mission delayed again, until July 14 – Space.com

SpaceX and NASA have set a new date for the already-delayed CRS-25 resupply mission that will send the robotic Dragon capsule to the International Space Station aboard a Falcon 9 rocket. Now NASA says the robotic mission won’t begin until July 14.

Earlier this month, NASA and SpaceX announced that they had pulled back from the planned June 10 launch of the CRS-25 mission after its discovery. High readings for hydrazine, the thrust used by the Draco Draco engines, while refueling the spacecraft. Mission postponed – first to no later than June 28, then to Not before July 11 – So that anomalous hydrazine vapor readings within the Draco system can be troublesome.


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