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US military officials said Tuesday the launch of the satellite for the GPS navigation network — planned for April 29 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket — has been delayed to no earlier than June 30 to avoid exposing launch crews to the coronavirus.
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John Sullivan Apr 8
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I know schedules always slip, but I kinda wonder if this is the first time one has ever slipped because of a pandemic.
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Fun with Biology Apr 8
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Use study
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Paul McCartan Apr 8
Similar delay for the1st human crewed dragon iss launch then?
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Mike Palmer Apr 8
I would think so. They say May 7th for Demo 1 but could slip to June or July if it hasn't already.
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