Today’s launch of Dragon to ISS has been scrubbed due to “a helium leak in Falcon 9’s first stage.”


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Today’s launch of Dragon to ISS has been scrubbed due to “a helium leak in Falcon 9’s first stage.”

SpaceX also says they will be ready to launch by April 18, their next launch window.

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  • Kelly Starks

    All these delays could start damaging cargo. Folks here are a little worried about the veggy seeds packed in November for the plant habitat.

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