by Chris Tobias
We all know that in crime, politics and space flight the situation is always fluid, but NASA and SpaceX announced earlier today that the CRS-3 Dragon resupply mission to the International Space Station (the very same mission we told you all about in our recent posts) is in fact a GO for tomorrow, Monday, April 14, 2014.
The launch is scheduled for 4:58PM, EST. Updates and a live webcast of the launch itself can be found here:
If you’re following us on Twitter, we plan to make every effort to live tweet the launch as it happens. If you’d like to share in our virtual launch party, there’s still time to follow us at @TakeBacktheSky.
We hope you’ll join us as we watch the ship that will one day be called Serenity break atmo tomorrow evening!