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NASA has scheduled for May 15 the launch of the Electron launcher, postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the U.S. space agency website. The launch was planned on March 30 from the cosmodrome in New Zealand and was suspended due to the introduction of restrictive measures in the country against the spread of coronavirus. As noted in NASA, now the start is scheduled for May 15. Earlier in March, the coronavirus epidemic also caused the suspension of work on the US space mission

NASA has scheduled for May 15 the launch of the Electron launcher, postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the U.S. space agency website.
The launch was planned on March 30 from the cosmodrome in New Zealand and was suspended due to the introduction of restrictive measures in the country against the spread of coronavirus.
As noted in NASA, now the start is scheduled for May 15.
Earlier in March, the coronavirus epidemic also caused the suspension of work on the US space mission “Artemis” to explore the moon.

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