Date Set for Resupply Mission to International Space Station
The next re-supply mission for the International Space Station from the Wallops Flight Facility is set for July 11th.
The afternoon launch of the Cynus spacecraft will deliver over 1.8 tons of cargo to space station.
Meanwhile, the engineering team has cleared the AJ26 engine that is currently integrated into the Antares rocket after a recent failure during a launch.
After the Cynus reaches the space station it will be loaded with nearly 1.5 tons of material for disposal upon reentry into the Earth’s atmosphere.