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NASA Troubleshooting Delays ISS Resupply Mission

Florida Today

The next launch of supplies to the International Space Station has been delayed at least one day, to Thursday, while NASA investigates a glitch that has shut down half the station's external coolant system.

Orbital Sciences Corp., on Saturday announced that the launch from Virginia's Eastern Shore of its Antares rocket and unmanned Cygnus cargo spacecraft was now planned no earlier than 9:19 p.m. EST Thursday, the opening of a five-minute window.

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