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07.24.05 - Go for Launch Attempt Tuesday
Discovery is set to liftoff at 10:39 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, July 26.
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07.22.05 - Return to Flight Launch Countdown Begins Again Saturday
NASA will begin the countdown for the second Return to Flight launch attempt of Space Shuttle Discovery at noon EDT, July 23, 70 hours before the targeted liftoff.
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07.22.05 - Return to Flight Activities Announced
NASA announced events and operating hours for the Kennedy Space Center News Center to support the targeted July 26 launch of STS-114.
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07.21.05 - NASA's Space Shuttle Crew Returns
The crew of Space Shuttle Discovery's Return to Flight mission (STS-114) returns to NASA's Kennedy Space Center at 11:30 a.m. EDT, Friday.
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07.20.05 - NASA Moving Toward Tuesday Launch Attempt For Shuttle Discovery
With some work still to go, NASA is moving toward a new launch attempt for the Space Shuttle Discovery Tuesday, July 26, at 10:39 a.m. EDT.
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07.20.05 - NASA Updates Media About Return to Flight
Space Shuttle managers will brief reporters today at a news conference that starts no earlier than 5:30 p.m. EDT.
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07.19.05 - Shuttle Launch at Least One Week Away
NASA is targeting Tuesday, July 26 as the earliest possible date to launch the Space Shuttle Discovery on the Return to Flight mission.
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07.18.05 - NASA Provides Latest Shuttle Launch Status
Space Shuttle managers will brief reporters today about STS-114 at a news conference to start no earlier than 5:30 p.m. EDT.
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07.16.05 - Statement From Commander Collins
"While the launch delay is disappointing, we have strong confidence that the mission will launch safely and successfully."
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07.14.05 - Return to Flight Moves Later In Window
Space Shuttle managers now say the launch of NASA's Space Shuttle Return to Flight mission, STS-114, will take place no earlier than late next week.
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