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Watch NASA launch its Cygnus mission to the ISS

This is Orbital Sciences' first attempt at an ISS resupply mission since last year's explosion.
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Need one more thing to do on a Friday afternoon? Check out this live stream (YouTube) of NASA's Cygnus resupply mission launching on its way to the International Space Station. This mission is being undertaken by Orbital ATK, which you may remember from last year's Antares mission that spectacularly exploded during launch. This launch was planned for yesterday but ended up scrubbed due to bad weather, now everything looks ready to go and the launch is planned for 5:33PM ET.

Update: The launch has been scrubbed again, due to high ground wind speeds.

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