The Antares rocket launch was rescheduled a second time, and the story has been updated.
Sunday’s rocket launch from NASA Wallops Flight Facility was scoured. Be that as it may, don’t stress: You’ll despite everything get the opportunity to watch the launch — a few days after the fact than initially arranged.
Northrop Grumman and NASA declared the next endeavor is set “no earlier than” 3:43 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14. The new date accounts for an ominous weather forecast throughout the next fews days and the time required to address the ground support issue.
The mission is Northrop Grumman’s thirteenth to launch from Wallops. The first endeavor Sunday was aborted at less than three minutes from launch for “off-nominal data from the ground support equipment.”
Cygnus will carry roughly 8,000 pounds of group supplies and hardware to the space station, including science and research for the help of many research investigations.
The NG-13 Cygnus spacecraft is named the SS Robert H. Lawrence, after the first African-American astronaut.