Private spaceflight companies have been working with NASA and other space agencies around the world to get the International Space Station (ISS) restocked with people and cargo, and even more are on the way.

One of these companies is Orbital ATK, who have today announced that they are targeting March 19th for the launch of their seventh cargo flight to the ISS, dubbed OA-7.

OA-7 will be filled with a number of supplies and science gear, with a total of 7,500 lbs of cargo, blasting its way to the International Space Station atop of a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Cygnus will also be carrying several science experiments during this mission, including a number of cubesats, which are a new habitat for growing plants with research into cancer therapies as well.

This mission will have a 30-minute launch window that will begin at 10:56 p.m. EDT/ 2:56 a.m. GMT on March 20th.

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