NASA sets discovery launch for July - despite all delays

Posted on Tuesday, May 24 2005 @ 20:37 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
NASA said despite all problems and delays the Discovery launch is still set for July. The space shuttle will get a new external fuel tank and will be rolled back to the launch pad in mid-June.
"The only thing that would change that is if we determine that we want to do some other testing," added Bill Parsons, a Merritt Island resident and NASA's top shuttle program manager.
The launch window of Discovery extends from July 13 to July 31. Read more at

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