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Space: Shuttle Discovery #877654

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 01, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.

(Kennedy Space Center: David Lee Miller) NASA delaying the scheduled launch of the space shuttle Discovery until tomorrow due to weather problems noted; the possibility the launch will be delayed even further noted; details given on a minor problem with the shuttle’s thrusters; computer diagram of the thrusters and scenes of the crew shown.

(Houston, Texas: Kim McIntyre) The NASA objectives hinging on a successful mission for Discovery featured; details given on the new techniques to be tested during the mission, and the implications for the International Space Station. [NASA Astronaut Robert CURBEAM†, European Astronaut Thomas REITER†- comment.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Miller, David Lee;
McIntyre, Kim

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