Delayed Northrop Grumman ISS Cargo Mission Lifts Off

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cygnus launch

The CRS-13 mission successfully launched from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on Feb. 15.

Credit: Terry Zaperach/NASA

The NASA-contracted Cygnus spacecraft was on course to reach the ISS with Feb. 18 following a successful liftoff from the Wallops Island Flight Facility


 

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