A SpaceX Dragon cargo ship has aborted its mission to the International Space Station, after a software glitch. "At no time was the station or the crew in any danger", Navias said during NASA TV coverage of the planned docking. SpaceX said the problem can be resolved before another attempt to delivery supplies on Thursday, said the AP.
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"Internal financial documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and interviews with former SpaceX employees depict robust growth in new rocket-launch contracts and a thin bottom line that is vulnerable when things go awry".
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French astronaut Thomas Pesquet and Nasa's Expedition 50 commander Shane Kimbrough will be overseeing the capturing of the vessel which contains research and hardware to support dozens of science experiments onboard the orbiting laboratory.
Hours earlier, Russian Federation successfully launched a cargo ship from Kazakhstan, its first since a failed launch in December.
SpaceX launched the space capsule into orbit Sunday (Feb. 19) using a Falcon 9 rocket that lifted off from NASA's historic Pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center - marking the first private rocket flight from the pad. The Dragon's computers halted the rendezvous from just seven-tenths of a mile away. The craft will attempt another approach as early as Thursday. SpaceX for the first time made use of Launchpad 39-A.
The Progress is carrying another 5,400 pounds of fuel and supplies to the station.