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NASA to discuss next shuttle mission

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by Staff Writers
Houston (UPI) Oct 9, 2008
The U.S. space agency says it will provide live TV coverage next month as it previews space shuttle Endeavour's next trip to the International Space Station.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said NASA-TV and its Web site will telecast live coverage of the Nov. 3 briefings from the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

Endeavour's 15-day flight, designated STS-126, is targeted for launch Nov. 14. NASA said the flight will deliver supplies and equipment to prepare the station for six-person crews starting next spring. The mission includes four spacewalks to service the solar arrays that track the sun, providing the ISS with power.

Chris Ferguson will command Endeavour's STS-126 crew, which includes pilot Eric Boe and astronauts Donald Pettit, Steve Bowen, Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper, Shane Kimbrough, and Sandra Magnus.

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Trouble on Hubble telescope delays space shuttle launch: NASA
Washington (AFP) Sept 29, 2008
NASA on Monday delayed the upcoming launch of the Atlantis space shuttle to allow time to repair a "significant anomaly" that occurred at the weekend on the Hubble space telescope.







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