NASA, SpaceX now targeting June 28 for next Dragon cargo launch after delay

NASA released a statement on Monday (June 6) indicating that teams would be standing down from this week’s planned launch attempt for SpaceX’s next cargo mission to the International Space Station (ISS). 

The uncrewed mission to the ISS, known as CRS-25, had been scheduled to lift off on Friday (June 10). But unusually high levels of hydrazine vapor detected in part of the propulsion system of SpaceX’s Dragon capsule prompted officials to push the launch back



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