SpaceX’s CRS-25 cargo launch pushed again to July 11

The launch of SpaceX’s subsequent cargo mission has been pushed again not less than two weeks, to July 11 on the earliest.

The mission, known as CRS-25, will ship a robotic SpaceX Dragon capsule to the worldwide area station atop a Falcon 9 rocket. CRS-25 was initially scheduled to launch on June 10, however NASA and SpaceX pushed the goal date again to June 28 after noticing excessive ranges of hydrazine vapor – the propellant utilized by the Dragon’s Draco thrusters – a part of the spacecraft’s propulsion system.

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