The launch of the Soyuz 2.1 transport rocket, which was supposed to carry two tonnes of supplies to the International Space Station, was postponed for February 13 due to a program error in rocket computers and on the ground.

Reuters

The source stressed that everything is now fixed and ready for launch on February 13th.

The rocket will transfer 1.390 kilograms of cargo, equipment for scientists, life support systems, food, clothes, medicines and personal hygiene equipment for crew members of the International Space Station to the International Space Station.