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Wiring work delays Discovery rollout

October 11, 2018
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A wiring issue has apparently delayed NASA’s plan to roll the space shuttle Discovery over to the massive Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) in Florida. (CNN — 15 hours ago)
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The pieces are coming together for NASA’s first space shuttle launch in more than two years as engineers prepare to roll the Discovery spacecraft out of its protective Orbiter Processing Facility (OPF). (CNN — 18 March, 2005)
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NASA confirms that it needs to do additional work on the shuttle Discovery, and sources say such delays could affect the plan for launching the shuttle May 15. (MSNBC — 10 minutes ago)
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Astronauts will have to go out and replace a failed circuit breaker outside the international space station, but the work can be put off for a few months because the orbiting complex is holding steady, a NASA official said Thursday. (CNN — 17 hours ago)
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NASA says the loss of a gyroscope on the International Space Station poses no threat to the orbiting outpost and that the space agency planned no immediate servicing mission The gyroscope shut (ABC News — 18 March, 2005)
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For the second time in just under a year, a circuit breaker failed on the international space station Wednesday, shutting down one of the gyroscopes needed to keep the orbiting outpost steady and pointed in the right position. (CNN — 17 March, 2005)
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