The first launch of SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft to the ISS has been delayed yet again. No new date has been set, but the SpaceX apparently feels its Dragon could benefit from further testing and will not be ready for its scheduled February 7 launch. "We are now working with NASA to establish a new target launch date, but note that we will continue to test and review data," a SpaceX spokeswoman said in a statement today. "We will launch when the vehicle is ready." With the space shuttles retired, the unmanned Dragon is supposed to be NASA's next-gen transport to orbit capability.
crap, been looking forword to this, twice now...however, better safe than sorry by doing it right the first time, cheers
I suspect they do not have any former Russian or Chinese engineers supporting (FORCING) the project to move forward, prior to it actually being ready, lol.
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