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Ongoing Engine Failure Investigation Forces Orbital Sciences to Delay Upcoming ISS Resupply Flight a Second Time

13 Jun 2014, 01:43 UTC
Ongoing Engine Failure Investigation Forces Orbital Sciences to Delay Upcoming ISS Resupply Flight a Second Time
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By Mike Killian Orbital Sciences Corp. has again delayed the next scheduled launch of their Antares rocket on the company’s second NASA-contracted resupply flight to the International Space Station (ISS), pending the outcome of an ongoing investigation into why an Antares AJ26 engine scheduled to fly an ISS resupply flight next year failed during customary acceptance... Read more →
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