Wallops Space Station Resupply Mission Set for Oct. 13
On October 13th the Wallops Flight facility is set to launch another resupply mission to the International Space Station.
NASA and Wallops officials say they have successfully completed their pre-launch review of the Anteres rocket that will take the Cygnus spacecraft into orbit.
WBOC reports that people on the East Coast should be able to see the rocket when it is set to lift off at 9:13 p.m. depending on weather conditions.
This will be the first resupply mission at Wallops since a rocket exploded on the launch pad in October of 2014.
Officials say that was due to a failure in one of the two engine turbo pumps.