Space shuttle launch off until January because of fuel gauge problem

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December 9, 2007 16:40

 
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NASA on Sunday delayed the launch of space shuttle Atlantis until January after a gauge in the fuel tank failed for the second time in four days. With only a few days remaining in the launch window for the mission to the international space station, senior managers decided to wait until next month in hopes of better understanding the perplexing and persistent fuel gauge problem.

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