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SpaceX reschedules Dragon resupply mission launch

A spokesperson for SpaceX tells USA Today that Thursday's Dragon resupply mission (CRS-11) launch from the Kennedy Space Center has been scrubbed.
SpaceX reschedules Dragon resupply mission launch

According to SpaceX, the next launch opportunity for the mission will be Saturday, June 3, 2017, at 5:07 p.m. Eastern time, according to USA Today.

Dragon will attach to the International Space Center and will be the first re-flight of a Dragon spacecraft, according to SpaceX’s website. It says the mission marks the 100th launch from the ‘historic’ LC-39A at Kennedy Space Center.

The Dragon was previously scheduled to lift off from the Pad 39-A  at 5:55 p.m. EDT (2155 GMT) on June 1.