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NASA postpones launch of solar probe minutes before planned take-off

SBS Saturday, 11 August 2018
NASA has pushed back the launch of its historic mission to the sun.
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NASA delayed the launch of the Parker Solar Probe due to a technical glitch early Saturday morning, just by 24 hours. But NASA says the spacecraft is set to embark on the most ambitious solar mission ever. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss.

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