CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 28, 1984
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REPORTER: Bill Kurtis
(Kennedy Space Center, Florida) Latest problems in space shuttle Discovery possibly causing delay in tomorrow's scheduled launch examined; films shown. [NASA spokesperson Jesse MOORE - acknowledges possibility of postponed mission.] Apparent source of computer snafu explained, illustrated; problems June 25 and 26 causing launch's postponement until tomorrow reviewed. Implications for NASA's reputation of reliability considered. [MOORE - considers safety priority over schedule.]
REPORTER: Morton Dean
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