NASA Sticks To Shuttle Schedule

NASA opts to leave shuttle launch dates as scheduled, SpaceflightNow

"NASA managers today decided to stick with Oct. 8 as the target launch date for shuttle mission STS-125, a long-awaited flight by the shuttle Atlantis to service and upgrade the Hubble Space Telescope. They also agreed to stick with Nov. 10 for launch of the flight after that, a space station assembly mission by the shuttle Endeavour."

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