After a flawless launch aboard SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, it appears some trouble has stuck the now-orbiting Dragon capsule. According to information from the spacecraft, only one of four thrusters activated at the appropriate time. The Dragon needs at least two in order to control the deployment of its solar panels and commence a docking approach with the International Space Station. Flight engineers have attempted to force a manual start, and it looks like at least one additional thruster has been activated. More as this story develops...
Update 1: The solar panels have been successfully deployed, but it's sounding like they need 3 working thrusters to dock with the station. Work continues to revive thrusters 2&4.
Update 2: SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has tweeted that things appear to be back on track, and that the Dragon should be able to reach the ISS, although the docking schedule will be delayed. No information was released on which thrusters are functional, but it must be enough.
Update 3: All's well that ends well, and it looks like things will end well for the Dragon. All its thrusters are now working normally, and the capsule should dock with the ISS on Sunday. Congrats to the SpaceX team for pulling through a hairy situation.