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The cargo station mission to the space station was moved to Friday

WALLOPS ISLAND, Va. – Planned unmanned aerial vehicles from Virginia to the International Space Station were relocated due to bad weather.

NASA says the launch is now set to at. 4:23 pm On Friday. Blastoff was originally scheduled for Thursday.

Unmanned Cygnus Cargo Ship Exits from Wallop Island along the East Coast. It will include 7,500 pounds of food items, hardware and research.

One of the scientific experiments on the ship will investigate how the universe is formed from hustle and bustle. One will study the pathology of Parkinson's disease. Another is the sustainable fabrication and repair of plastic materials in long-range space missions.

NASA's television streaming will be launched on its website. Visitors can watch NASA's Wallops Visitor Center Discovery and bleach.

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