This is the live webcast of SpaceX resupply mission to ISS

We are up to see another successful launch, hopefully, of NASA contractor Space Exploration 10th commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station.

The Dragon spacecraft will lift-off from launch complex 39A of Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the first for a SpaceX mission.

Lauch complex 39A was previously used by the space shuttles, Appollo and Saturn V missions.

The live launch, like previous NASA-Space X missions, will be covered live.

So here we share that coverage barring any changes in the launch schedule.This is the live webcast of SpaceX resupply mission to ISS.

In case of a change in launch, the opportunity is at 9:38 AM of Sunday, Feb.19.


Today’s launch attempt has been scrubbed because of the thrust vector control system issue that developed late in today’s countdown. The launch team is setting up for a 24-hour turnaround, meaning the team will try again tomorrow morning if the thrust vectoring issue is resolved. Like today, tomorrow’s weather forecast calls for a 70 percent chance of acceptable conditions.

The launch opportunity for Sunday will be at 9:38:59 a.m. EST. The launch teams and Eastern Range are setting up for tomorrow’s attempt. It will be an instantaneous launch window to allow the Dragon spacecraft to reach the International Space Station.

H/T: SpaceX, NASA


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