Though a bad cable delayed the launch of a rocket from Virginia on Sunday, NASA is eager to make a comeback. According to AP, Orbital ATK was ready to fly its Antares rocket loaded with supplies for the International Space Station after being stuck on the ground for two years. Just seven hours before planned liftoff, NASA announced a delay -- the cable, which is part of ground support, malfunctioned.
Orbital ATK is poised to launch an Antares rocket Monday for the first time since a massive explosion after liftoff two years ago en route to the International Space Station.
On Monday, Oct. 17 the aerospace company, Orbital ATK, will be launching its Antares rocket, which is carrying a payload for the International Space Station. It's the first ISS mission for Orbital ATK in two years, making the launch...
Orbital ATK launched an Antares rocket to the International Space Station Monday evening, two years after an explosion caused millions of dollars in damage.