Antares rocket takes aim on space station with zero-gravity toilet, other supplies
Launch of Northrop Grumman’s Antares rocket scrubbed in Virginia
Antares launch timeline on the NG-14 mission
Live coverage: Cygnus supply ship arrives at International Space Station
A Northrop Grumman Cygnus supply ship packed with fresh food, experiments, and a new toilet for the International Space Station approached the orbiting research lab Monday, two-and-a-half days after launching from Virginia aboard an Antares rocket. Capture of Cygnus with the station’s robotic arm occurred at 5:32 a.m. EDT (0932 GMT).
Northrop Grumman “optimistic” to receive more NASA cargo mission orders
Photos: Antares rocket lifts off with station-bound Cygnus supply ship
Antares rocket lifts off from Virginia on space station cargo mission
A twin-engine Northrop Grumman Antares rocket climbed into orbit Saturday from Virginia’s Eastern Shore carrying a Cygnus supply ship bound for the International Space Station with a compact electron microscope, a flame combustion experiment, a range of biological investigations, fresh cheese, fruit and vegetables for the research lab’s three-person crew.
Live coverage: Cygnus supply ship arrives at space station
Antares launch scrubbed due to faulty ground support equipment
The launch of a Northrop Grumman Antares rocket with an automated commercial space station cargo vessel from Virginia was aborted less than three minutes before takeoff Sunday after engineers detected unusual readings from a ground support sensor. Northrop Grumman and NASA officials said the next launch attempt is scheduled for no earlier than Thursday.