Grocery shipment launches towards International Space Station
Astronauts at the international space station are waiting their Easter baskets of treats arriving on Good Friday as we hear from USA radio networks, Wendy king. We have liftoff of interiors NGO mission to the engine the full hour. That's the sound of a fresh load of groceries headed for the international space station after lunch from Virginia's seashore, Northrop Grumman's and Tarez rocket blasting off from NASA. Wallops flight facility. The capsule with hardware and supplies should arrive by Friday just in time for Easter. There's no ham onboard. But NASA says they do have holiday food, including smoked Turkey.