Anti F1 fan
Usually only summer in name judging by what the weather is normally like in June-August
... the launch date of Endeavour [was] changed [from the 19th April], due to a scheduling conflict with a Russian supply vehicle.
Forecasters continue to predict a 70 percent chance of favorable weather for today's launch. The only concerns are low cloud ceilings and high crosswinds at the Shuttle Landing Facility at time of liftoff.
Does that mean that the International Space Station is in fact just in a hangar somewhere? And, if it is an International space station, does the said hangar travel from country to country, or is it in several countries at once and thus is merely an illusion?
On Launch Pad 39A, a new LCA (Launch Controller Assembly) box was installed into Endeavour this morning, and technicians are preparing to retest the system before Endeavour's next launch attempt is scheduled. Currently, Endeavour's no earlier than launch date remains May 10.
Documentary chronicling 30 years of service performed by Nasa's space shuttle programme to mark the final flight. The film examines the triumphs and tragedies captured in three decades of coverage of space missions
NASA Source >> Space Shuttle NewsShuttle Weather Officer Kathy Winters has forecasted a 70% chance of having favorable weather for Endeavour's liftoff scheduled for 8:56 a.m. <US eastern time>, Monday.
favorable conditions still predicted for launch time at 8:56:28 a.m. (US Eastern time)