Commercial Spaceflight And The Dawning Age of NewSpace

SpaceX ready to resume cargo missions to the space station | SpaceNews.com

PHOENIX — SpaceX is prepared to launch its first cargo mission to the International Space Station since a June 2015 launch failure, a mission that will bring to the station both experiments and a prototype expandable module.

At a pre-launch press conference at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center April 7, officials with NASA and SpaceX said there were no issues preventing a launch of an upgraded Falcon 9 at 4:43 p.m. Eastern April 8 on the company’s eighth commercial resupply mission to the station.

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