Antares return now set for October

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The competition heats up: The first flight of Orbital ATK’S redesigned Antares rocket since the 2014 launch failure is now expected to occur in October.

Originally planned for August, the launch had been delayed partly because of technical issues uncovered during a May static fire test and partly because of scheduling complications with other launches to ISS.


One comment

  • wodun

    And no one is talking about how the long delay is a sign that newspace can’t be trusted or angry customers taking their business elsewhere. They have just one customer who doesn’t much care.

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