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[NSS]SpaceX Slips Dragon Mission to ISS
« on: January 18, 2012, 06:13:49 PM »
SpaceX Slips Dragon Mission to ISS

SpaceX announced that it will slip the launch of the Dragon spacecraft aboard a Falcon 9 from the original 7 February 2012 date.  The specific reason for the delay was not specified, but was related to a “sense of responsibility in returning US crewed access to LEO”.
NASASpaceFlight notes that SpaceX was slipping in order [...]

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