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STS-115 Window Grows, Soyuz Launch Flexible

By Keith Cowing
NASA Watch
August 30, 2006

Editor’s note: According to NASA HQ PAO: “If we don’t have any ill effects from Ernesto, NASA would attempt a shuttle launch on September 6, 7, and 8. The Soyuz would go on the 18th if the shuttle launches and if not, the Soyuz would go on the 14th.”

Atlantis may have three shots next week, Orlando Sentinel

“However, by eliminating one of two optional mission extension days that is included in Atlantis’ flight plan, the 8th becomes available. The key is that Atlantis has to undock from the station by Sept. 17 to allow the Soyuz mission to proceed.”

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