NASA, SpaceX Plan For Early Friday Launch Of Falcon 9 ISS Mission Written 25 June 2018

Florida Today reported that SpaceX and NASA are “still proceeding toward an early morning Friday launch from Cape Canaveral” of a Falcon 9 rocket to “deliver supplies, cargo and science to the ISS.” Launch teams are targeting a 5:42 a.m. EDT liftoff from Launch Complex 40, “which should arrive at the ISS around 5:30 a.m. on Monday, July 2.” The mission will feature one of SpaceX’s “last Block 4 first stages,” which previously launched NASA’s TESS spacecraft in April. The Air Force is expected to release a weather forecast Tuesday.
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