Liftoff of Atlantis

Editor's note: Looks like everything is a go for launch today. Here's some links to relevant sites if you weren't already aware of them:

Editor's Update: Four member of the final inspection team are back at Launch Pad 39A to take a second look at some ice that is located on an umbilical on the left side. They are doing their inspection from the zero level of the pad.

Related: Background on Kennedy's ice team

Editor's Update: The issue ice is resolved and everything is a go. They are just looking at some cloud buildup to the north.

Editor's Update: Liftoff, everything looks great so far.

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