Space Shuttle Ultra Project co-developer
- Feb 4, 2008
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The plan is this:Let me rephrase that: After STS-125 finishes, will Endeavour come back from the pad to get ready for STS-126?
Just the airing of the daily NASA TV Video File. Runs daily from 12 pm EDT to 1 pm EDT.NASA TV doesn't seem to be carrying the roll out. Any idea why?
The Pad B Payload Changeout Room(PCR) isn't capable of handling payloads anymore. It hasn't been maintained since STS-116 in December 2006.Also, referring to what you're saying about STS-126, DaveS: Why after 125 will Endeavour roll from B to A? If pad B is capable of launching STS-400, why would NASA not favour leaving the stack there for the launch of 126? Rather than spending time and money rolling it over to 39A.
HOUSTON -- NASA has adjusted the target launch dates for the two remaining space shuttle missions in 2008. Shuttle Atlantis' STS-125 mission to the Hubble Space Telescope is targeted for Oct. 10, while Endeavour's STS-126 supply mission to the International Space Station has moved to Nov. 12.