NASA has announced a rare delay in the launch of a SpaceX rocket to the International Space Station. About this informed NASA and The Guardian.
It is noted that the delay was due to a minor medical problem involving one of the crew members. The last time NASA delayed a launch due to a medical problem with the crew was during a space shuttle Atlantis mission in 1990, when mission commander John Creighton fell ill.
The launch to the ISS was scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 3. It is noted that this is SpaceX's second mission postponement in a week. The launch, originally scheduled for Sunday, was postponed until Wednesday due to inappropriate weather conditions. It will now take place on November 6.