Weather Delays Shuttle Landing Until Saturday

NASA's Space Shuttle Landing Delayed By Weather, NASA

"Space shuttle Atlantis and its crew will stay in space another day after bad weather prevented them from landing Friday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida."

"The landing times below are approximate and subject to change. All times are EDT:

Saturday Landing Opportunities
9:16 a.m., Orbit 180, landing at Kennedy (deorbit burn at 8:02 a.m.)
10:46 a.m., Orbit 181, landing at Edwards (deorbit burn at 9:29 a.m.)
10:54 a.m., Orbit 181, landing at Kennedy (deorbit burn at 9:46 a.m.)
12:24 p.m., Orbit 182, landing at Edwards (deorbit burn at 11:12 a.m.)


Sunday Landing Opportunities
10:01 a.m., Orbit 196, landing at Edwards (deorbit burn at 8:42 a.m.)
10:04 a.m., Orbit 196, landing at White Sands (deorbit burn at 8:46 a.m.)
10:10 a.m., Orbit 196, landing at Kennedy (deorbit burn at 8:57 a.m.)
11:39 a.m., Orbit 197, landing at Edwards (deorbit burn at 10:24 a.m.)
11:42 a.m., Orbit 197, landing at White Sands (deorbit burn at 10:29 a.m.)
11:48 a.m., Orbit 197, landing at Kennedy (deorbit burn at 10:42 a.m.)"

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