NASA scrubbed the launch of space shuttle Discovery overnight due to weather concerns.
Discovery was scheduled to lift off at 1:36 A.M. Tuesday morning for a mission to the International Space Station. NASA will hold for 24-hours and try again.
The new projected launch time is 1:10 A.M. Wednesday.
The shuttle will carry almost eight tons of supplies to the ISS, including a treadmill named in honor of comedian Stephen Colbert.
The mission is planned to last 13 days.
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