Sat, May 14, 2011
Endeavour Appears Set For Final Mission
Teams at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida continue to
prepare space shuttle Endeavour for a liftoff on Monday at
0856 EDT. Everything is going on schedule reported NASA Test
Director Jeff Spaulding.
"I'm really proud of our teams working so hard over the last
couple of weeks," said Spaulding. "All the teams here at Kennedy
and all the other centers have done an outstanding job to get us
ready for this launch on this historic and final flight of space
Joe Delai, STS-134 payload manager said all is ready to go and
he and his teams are ready to support this launch.
Shuttle Weather Officer Kathy Winters reported that the current
forecast calls for a 70 percent chance of acceptable conditions a
launch time. There may be some storm disturbance around the time
the rotating service structure is to be rolled back, now scheduled
to begin at noon on Sunday, but launch day is looking good for
Kennedy and also for booster recovery and abort landing sites.
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