U.S. launches NASA’s resupply mission for Int’l Space Station

November 17, 2018 Off By Web Desk

The United States has launched a rocket from NASA carrying a cargo with the space agency’s resupply mission for International Space Station.

Antares rocket is expected to dock with the space station on early Monday morning.

The spacecraft on the rocket carried about 7,400 pounds of crew supplies aims to support science and research of deep space exploration beyond the near-Earth orbits.

The launch of Antares was the second cargo supply to ISS in recent two days. Earlier, a Russian Soyuz rocket launched a cargo mission to the space station.

Source: Radio Pakistan