The International Space Station is waiting for restocking, as the Union rocket crashed last month
Due to bad weather and rain, the planned launch of an American cargo ship loaded with supplies for ISS astronauts was decided to be postponed from the 15th to the 17th of November. The launch of the Cygnus supply capsule on board the Antares rocket will be the first such trip, since the Soyuz rocket failed last month.
It will soon be followed by the Russian Progress ship, which is planned to be launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome (Kazakhstan). Even if the arrival of the Cygnus unmanned spacecraft with several tons of supplies and scientific experiments fails, there is nothing scary about this, since the delivery from Progress should arrive at the orbital station after 19 hours. Now on the ISS live 3 astronauts. In October, new members of the crew were to join them, but the Soyuz rocket failed, and the cosmonauts were forced to make an emergency (successful) landing on Earth. The next launch of astronauts is scheduled for December 3.