NASA postpones shuttle launch until June

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April 11, 2007 04:03

NASA will try to launch Atlantis on the first space shuttle mission of the year in early June, almost three months later than originally planned, so that technicians can finish repairing its hail-damaged fuel tank, officials said. The new launch date now was set for no earlier than June 8.


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