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HOUSTON — NASA has decided that no repairs are needed for a deep gouge in Endeavour's belly and the space shuttle is safe to fly home.
Mission Control notified the seven shuttle astronauts of the decision Thursday right before they went to sleep, putting an end to a week of engineering analyses and anxious uncertainty — both in orbit and on Earth.
Originally posted by apc
Me thinks she make poopies in space pants.
Originally posted by makeitso
Landing Date: August 22
Landing Time: 12:48 p.m. EDT
Landing Site: Kennedy Space Center
[edit on 8/17/07 by makeitso]
Originally posted by WestPoint23
While the Shuttle design is inherently flawed your car comment is pointless and irrelevant. . (quote)
just saying every time they go up there ..there is a problem with the craft
pure junk if you ask me and could be turned into Space dust instantly