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    UareFASTjustNOTfastENOUGH MasterSezFaster's Avatar
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    2hrs 3 min or so...

    ... Discovery will launch (we hope ). Lets hope that nothing goes wrong this time and the crew has a safe flight and return.

    I thought I would stick this in General discussion since the shuttle has the same name as the team that haelped Armstrong win the TDF Kinda funny... Discovery, Armstrong, both hold a major place in history with regards to space AND cycling


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    Didn't they say they're going to launch even if that sensor has issues again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordOpie
    Didn't they say they're going to launch even if that sensor has issues again?

    It will depend on what sensor and where the failiure occurs that will determine if they scrub or not but they are now past the time that anything would or should go wrong with the sensor.


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