More Falcon 9 Delays at SpaceX

Video: AIAA Space Conference - Executive Vision Discussion

"The annual AIAA Space conference is underway. In this plenary session government, business, and academic leaders engage in conversation about the direction of change in the space industry and the trends impacting future developments in space science, military space, space launch, and space exploration."

SpaceX's next launch delayed longer than expected, LA Times

"SpaceX said its next launch will be delayed longer than expected after the June 28 accident that destroyed its unmanned ship carrying cargo to the International Space Station. The Hawthorne-based company is still "a couple months away from the next flight," Gwynne Shotwell, president of SpaceX, said Monday at a scientific forum in Pasadena. "We're taking more time than we originally envisioned to get back to flight," she said. "But I don't think any of our customers wants us to race to the cliff and fail again."

Keith's note: Note: SpaceX discusses their upcoming Falcon 9 launch schedule.

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