SpaceX's won't launch its Dragon capsule to the International Space Station until at least late March, a spokesperson confirmed today.
The company recently announced it wouldn't launch on its target date of Feb. 7, but hadn't said how long the wait might be.
SpaceX has a March 20 launch date tentatively reserved with the Eastern Range.
The means the mission will follow the flight of Europe's ATV-3 cargo vehicle, which is scheduled to launch March 9 and dock at the station March 19.
SpaceX has not specified the issues that resulted in the delay, saying only that it would launch the Dragon and its Falcon 9 when ready.
The mission is a demonstration under a NASA program developing commercial vehicles to deliver cargo to the station. If the demonstration is successful, SpaceX would then begin deliveries under a $1.6 billion NASA contract.