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HOUSTON - After a high-flying departure from the International Space Station, Discovery's astronauts today aim to test a leaky power unit in a system crucial to atmospheric re-entry and landing early this week.
Mission managers don't think the minor leak is dangerous. Nor do NASA engineers. They're soaring atop a successful second post-Columbia test flight.
Discovery's landing is set for 9:14 a.m. Monday at Kennedy Space Center.