Space weather delays cargo launch (15)

IOL 2014.01.09 14:49
By Kerry SHERIDAN REUTERS The International Space Station Washington - Turbulent space weather forced Orbital Sciences on Wednesday to postpone the launch of its unmanned Cygnus spacecraft on a supply mission the International Space Station. The company said it is now aiming for Thursday to launch its cargo ship atop an Antares rocket, carrying 2 780 pounds (1 260 kilograms) of gear including science experiments, supplies and hardware.
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