The launch of a commercial rocket carrying a spacecraft with cargo intended for the International Space Station has successfully blasted off from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in eastern Virginia. Today's 10:58 EDT flight time was slightly delayed due to a gaseous nitrogen adjustment that needed to take place ahead of the …
"gaseous nitrogen adjustment"
Is that the official NASA euphemism for "Farty Fred cleared the control room again", eh?
Well it's taken a *long* time to get here but this is exciting.
How much actual competition it will give to Dragon is a different question.
But I'll give it a cautious thumbs up.
Great start, can't wait for a great finish
Computer says "Wha...?"
"NASA fixed the problem and said that teams were still working on trying to understand why the error had occurred."
They turned it off and back on again?
They turned it off and back on again
They cycled the on-board energy load systems
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