The SpaceX Falcon 9 launch will take off early on Friday, June 29, from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
The SpaceX launch is expected to blast off at 10.42am BST (5.42am EDT) towards the ISS.
You can watch the rocket launch in its entirety above thanks to NASA’s public online broadcasting.
Additional live streams of the event will feature on SpaceX and NASA TV.
SpaceX live broadcasts typically kick off just 15 minutes prior to countdown.
Ahead of the launch, SpaceX conducted a successful static fire test of the Falcon 9 on June 23.
The Falcon 9 will deliver a robotic cargo module, dubbed the Dragon, to the ISS to resupply the space laboratory.
The launch marks the company’s 15th orbital delivery to the ISS.
SpaceX tweeted: “Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete – targeting June 29 launch from Pad 40 in Florida for Dragon’s fifteenth mission to the International Space Station.”
A parachute test of the company’s Crew Dragon module was also carried out on June 26.
The SpaceX launch comes off the back of the SES-12 satellite delivery on Monday, June 4.
The SES-12 mission saw SpaceX successfully deliver a geostationary satellite into orbit above Earth.
The company said: “SES-12 is a uniquely designed satellite that will allow telephone companies, mobile network operators and internet service providers to deliver more reliable cellular backhaul and faster broadband service.
“From its orbital position, SES-12 will also be pivotal in supporting government efforts to bridge the digital divide through connectivity programs and provide television operators with additional capacity to deliver more content and higher picture quality to meet customer demand.
“With six wide beams and 72 high throughput user spot beams, SES-12 is one of the largest geostationary satellites SES has procured.”
The satellite developed for SES by Airbus Defence and Space.
After launch, SpaceX did not attempt to recover the reusable Falcon 9 booster rocket.