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NASA Orion launch postponed till tomorrow

India Blooms News Service | 05 Dec 2014, 03:21 am

The NASA  website said: "The launch of Orion’s flight test has been scrubbed for today because of an issue related to fill and drain valves on the Delta IV Heavy rocket that teams could not troubleshoot by the time the launch window expired."

The US space agency said the next attempt for the launch will be made on Friday.

"The un-crewed Orion will orbit 3,600 miles above Earth before splashing down in the Pacific. Orion is being designed to carry astronauts on exploration missions into deep space, including a trip to an asteroid and eventually to Mars," read the agency's website.

NASA Orion launch postponed till tomorrow

India Blooms News Service
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