NASA Delays Parker Solar Probe Mission To August 11 Written 25 July 2018

The Orlando (FL) Sentinel reports that NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission is “facing yet another delay, this time until Aug. 11 because of a small strip of foam found inside the spacecraft’s nose cone.” The mission had previously been delayed for two days to August 6 due to a “technical problem during encapsulation.” According to a NASA update issued Tuesday, during final inspections “following the encapsulation of the spacecraft, a small strip of foam was found inside” the spacecraft’s cone, requiring additional time for inspection. The satellite will launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station’s Space Launch Complex 37. 
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