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One Day to Go!

07.12.05

A road-side sign at NASA's Kennedy Space Center marks one day until the launch of Discovery.

Image above: With the Vehicle Assembly Building in the background, a roadside sign at NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday marks one day until the launch of Discovery. Image credit: NASA/KSC

Each morning, as thousands of workers arrive to continue preparations for STS -114, NASA's Return to Flight mission, they are greeted by familiar blue signs that herald the approaching launch.

Discovery is scheduled to lift off from Launch Pad 39B on Wednesday, July 13 at 3:51 p.m. EDT.

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