posted on Jul, 22 2005 @ 06:38 PM
The shuttle crew is hoping to launch on Tuesday July26 after the launch was scrubbed last week because of a sensor failure on the External Tank
APE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - The astronauts assigned to fly NASA's first space-shuttle mission since the 2003 Columbia disaster returned to
Kennedy Space Center from Houston on Friday to prepare for a second launch attempt next week.
NASA called off the scheduled launch of shuttle Discovery on July 13 because of a fuel-sensor problem, delaying the U.S. space agency's quest to
return its aging shuttle fleet to flight. It plans to try again on Tuesday.
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I'm hoping this one goes off. If it doesnt we may be looking into a launch in September and I know any space buffs like myself don't want that
[edit on 24-7-2005 by asala]