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NG-13 CYGNUS ARRIVES AT ISS, Feb 18, 2020, Earth orbit, 4:05 am

(NASA TV begins 2:30 am ET)

Update, February 15:  The launch went off as planned today.  Cygnus is scheduled to arrive at ISS after three days instead of the usual two, on Tuesday, February 18, at 4:05 am ET.  NASA TV coverage begins at 2:30 am ET.

Update, February 14:  The launch was scrubbed again, this time because of upper level winds.  New launch date is tomorrow. Feb. 15.

Update, February 12:  If launch takes place on February 14, arrival will occur about 5:11 am on February 16.

Update, February 11:  The launch as been rescheduled again, this time for February 14, which would probably mean arrival at ISS on February 16.

Update, February 11:  The launch has been rescheduled for February 13, meaning ISS arrival probably would be February 15.

Update, February 9 The launch did NOT go as scheduled.  A new launch and arrival date have not been set.

Original entry: If launch goes as planned on February 9, Northrop Grumman’s NG-13 Cygnus cargo spacecraft will arrive at the International Space Station on February 11.

Capture using Canadarm2 would be about 4:30 am ET (NASA TV coverage begins 3:00 am ET), and installation onto an ISS docking port at 6:00 am ET.


February 18
2:30 am - 11:00 pm