SpaceX's next cargo
mission to the International Space Station won't launch this week after all.
He robotic flight, called
CRS-25, will send a SpaceX Dragon capsule toward the orbiting lab atop a Falcon 9 rocket
The liftoff had been
scheduled for Friday (June 10), but that's not going to happen.
NASA and SpaceX are
standing down from this week’s Falcon 9 launch of the CRS-25 cargo mission to the International Space Station
Officials from NASA and SpaceX
met today to discuss an issue identified over the weekend and the best path forward.
The NASA statement explained,
While fueling Dragon up, technicians measured elevated vapor readings of hydrazine in one part of the Draco system.